While Nintendo continues to be fairly innovative using their consoles, their official structures are a little less exciting. The current-day Nintendo headquarters is really a concrete block tiled with square home windows along with a Nintendo emblem. The state development building isn’t very different.
However when the organization first opened up up 129 years back, it was not a large square building.
Present-day Nintendo Headquarters, Kyoto:
Nintendo Official Development Building:
The original Nintendo building, which opened up in 1889, featured classic Kyoto architecture with wooden walls. French video game historian Florent Gorges shared one of the earliest pictures of the original Nintendo building on Twitter.