Super Mario Greeting Stamps Hit Japan On June 28th

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Nintendo has announced that Super Mario greeting stamps will become available to purchase at post offices across Japan this week.

There are 10 original designs, that see Mario reading a letter, Luigi posting envelopes, Toad dressed as a postman and Peach penning a letter – presumably to Mario, of course.

The stamps can be bought at post offices across the country from Wednesday 28th June, and are being sold in single sheets that are priced at 820 yen (£5.75).

Nintendo adds that there will also be a special Super Mario pictorial postmark that will be used for a limited time, whenever someone uses a stamp from the collection – which you can see below.

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