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 Head Quarters Today

Nintendo Official Development Building:

Nintendo 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.

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