By now, anyone who follows Nintendo’s committed accounts is aware of Nintendo Minute — the half-editorial, half-promotional broadcasts by Krysta and neighborhood manager Kit covering all things Nintendo. Last week, the couple went above and outside, traveling   to Japan mid-cherry blossom time to give a (very) short look at Nintendo’s headquarters at Kyoto.

Seen in the movie below, thevisit” of all Nintendo’s HQ proved to be a mere portion of this excursion. The pair begin off apparently about the West Coast, showing their  visit and also on the plane — all playing their notably Nintendo Switch. Nearly 3 minutes to the movie, Krysta and Kit enter Japan greeted by a bulk of Nintendo signs and paraphernalia in Kyoto’s airport.

Kit and Krysta end up at Nintendo ’ s Headquarters — although maybe not much is shown after having a train for a bit. Basically, the movie shows off the entrance lobby, which is pristine (if not sterile appearing). From here, the duo investigates a Tatami Room — i.e., a room that has wall-to-wall tatami mats — similar to some Nintendo promotional videos.

The tour of the Nintendo HQ wraps up roughly nine minutes, with the remaining part of the film exploring sounds and the sights of some enjoyable plus Kyoto swag they were able to grab in Japan. These restricted in their travel plans might still wish to take a peak in the video below while it’s by no means the research the Nintendo headquarters. And in the event that you still don’t possess a Switch and want to live up to being just like Bundle and Krysta, then you  can buy your device on Amazon.

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