All of the merchandise here can be found elsewhere in the park at the other two shops which sell Super Nintendo World merchandise.
On the left door, banners are hung for Toad and Mario.
Some of the merchandise we found here is brand new, and exclusive to Universal Studios Hollywood.
These new keychains are the first pieces of merchandise made exclusively for the upcoming attraction, Mario Kart: Bowser’s Challenge. Whereas much, if not all, of the merchandise we’ve seen so far has been imported from the Universal Studios Japan iteration of Super Nintendo World, these keychains are styled with the attraction name as it will be here at USH. Even if it is only the tiny metal placard which is unique, that is still something of note.
Mario Keychain — $14
Mario can be seen driving his kart on Rainbow Road with a Chain Chomp in his path.
Peach Keychain — $14
Princess Peach can be seen driving her kart in Piranha Plant Slide, having just narrowly escaped the plant.
Bowser Keychain — $14
Bowser can be seen above his castle, the setting for the attraction. In USJ, the attraction is called Mario Kart: Koopa’s Challenge because in Japan, Bowser is known as King Koopa.
Mario Keychain — $14
Yoshi can be seen flying through the sky with a red shell and a couple of Bullet Bills chasing him.
Bowser Oil Keychain — $15
Another new keychain, although not styled exclusively for USH, is this oil barrel. It is a real 3D sculpt in metal, giving this keychain some real weight.
Of course, our intrepid reporter couldn’t resist modeling it for you. It does ride low on the eyes, making it hard to see while wearing this one, but it’s so stylish we didn’t mind.
Yoshi Plush — $20
When we got our first Yoshi plush, he was less fuzzy and came with a generic tag from the Nintendo “All-Star Collection” which is available at-large. Now we have our own Yoshi plush, made just for the parks.
He even has a tag styled with the land logo to prove it.
This Yoshi is much fuzzier and cuddlier, though just as cute.
What do you think of the new shop and the USH-exclusive merchandise we found there? Let us know in the comments below.
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