Nintendo Puts an End to Tokyo’s ‘Mario Kart’ Tourist Attraction

The viral real-life http://uristocrat.com/2009/12/hanon-x-eschler-x-new-balance-bionic-project/ Tokyo tour may soon come to an end. With countless videos posted to social media platforms, mainly attributed to tourists that have taken part in the Mario Kart-themed tour of the city, it was only a matter of time before MariCar ran into legal troubles via proper cialis daily.

Although driving around the city in go-karts sounds fun enough, MariCar’s main draw involves drivers dressing up in costumes of iconic Nintendo characters — the concept is entirely based around Nintendo’s Mario Kart franchise game title. Having no official ties to Nintendo, the Japanese court has just fined the karting company approximately $89,000 USD, expressing that MariCar’s operations are a direct violation of Nintendo’s intellectual property.

No news just yet on what will happen to MariCar, but for those that have never got a chance to experience the drive, check out the attraction in video form below:

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