Some people collect coins, others collect comics…People collect all kinds of things. Tokyo resident Isao Yamazaki is a website developer by day, who collects all things Nintendo.
He started collecting Nintendo items 30 years ago, in 1982. His first Nintendo items were pencil erasers. From there it grew to amazing proportions. His collection now houses old Nintendo toys, hundred year old cards, classic games and consoles.
He even has autographs, like a Famicom signed by its creator Masayuki Uemura. Since he is an expert on Nintendo history, Yamazaki also has authored books on the company and curated an exhibition of retro Nintendo items.
Source KotakuFiled Under: Geeky Stuff