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Japanese Wiis Are Unsurprisingly Small

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The Wii Kiosks are going up all over Japan, allowing Nintendo faithfuls, a.k.a. the entire population between 2 and 80, to have a go at the Wii before launch. And by "have a go", we mean look but don't touch.

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The big screen shows the instructional video over and over, similar to the infinitely repeating instructional video at the Star Trek: The Ride Ride we rode on in Las Vegas—much to the despair of said ride workers.

More pics after the jump.

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Here It Is... Japan's Wii Kiosk [Kotaku]

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I would get a screen like that Nintendo one just for playing Wii games on. It is clean and slick.