Nintendo turns 125

Nintendo turns 125 today! It was on September 23, 1889, when Fusajirō Yamauchi founded the company in Kyoto, the same city that is still its headquarters today.

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In this small building in Kyoto, Nintendo started 125 years ago.

This 125 years of life makes Nintendo as old as Coca-Cola, The Wall Street Journal and the Eiffel Tower.

Founded as a company that produced card covers for the Japanese market – the well-known cards hanafunda– It wasn't until the founder's grandson took over in the 1950s that this relatively modest business began to expand.

The long-awaited Hiroshi Yamauchi has opened the company's business for all kinds of products, from the manufacture of a wide variety of electric toys, to other fields such as taxi transportation, food or catering.

Now, the key moment of the company is when in the late seventies, Yamauchi decides to bet on visionaries like Gunpei Yokoi or Shigeru Miyamoto, a decision with which toys give rise to video games and birth, after & # 39; a few years, of such mythical characters as Super Mario or Link, and consoles such as the NES or the Game Boy.

Interestingly, Nintendo seems to return largely to its origins when commercializing Amiibo figures at the end of this year.

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