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a fan recreates the memorable first office

Being gods collectors may be one thing marvelous, but it can also be real condemnation when there is no space to deposit the different collector bought.

He knows it well Fabrice Santo, to French collector Of articles Nintendo. Man has accumulated so many things inherent in the world of big N he almost had Exhausted the space available in your home. The intention was simply expand a wing of the house Instead, he had a decidedly brilliant idea.

Holy, having already created one great collection of games and collectors Nintendo, decided to dedicate himself to playing cards of the company, around which first receipts when this was founded (in this sense I suggest you recover the History of Nintendo in 3 parts, written especially for you). To keep all these objects from unheard of value, the collector thought of build to royal deposit which obviously had the appearance of the Nintendo’s first studio.

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As explained in an interview, the man had, initially, only some Photo where can I take reference, since the original building was demolished in 2004 in favor of the construction of a parking lot. The result is satisfactory and he faithfully comments on the place where it all started for big N.

The interior has also been structured with taste and originality to give it that Japanese touch that should never be lacking in a place like this.

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It’s definitely a one-of-a-kind idea that could push Nintendo contact him collector, although there is still no news about it.

The last episode of the series Collector search it only shows both the Exterior facade both of themwarehouse interior, where you can see the huge collection of Nintendo Playing Cards from Holy, I typical furniture and above all of reproductions from famous license plates present outside the first original building of the Kyoto House.

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The video is obviously in French, but you can turn on English subtitles if it’s easier to understand.