The Nintendo Uji Ogura Plant in Kyoto, which is to be the site of the new museum, is one of Nintendo’s older factories. Constructed in 1969, the Uji Ogura Plant was used to make playing cards and hanafuda cards, a traditional game played in Japan and throughout Asia that is sometimes referred to as “the battle of the flowers” for its floral designs, as well as for product repairs. The building has been vacant since these functions were transferred to a new Uji plant in 2016.
The Japanese electronics and video game company Nintendo plans to convert one of its factories into the world’s first Nintendo museum, according to a statement.
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