Getting your hands on a mint-condition Famicom might sound impossible, but it turns out it only takes one thing: access to Nintendo’s secret storage rooms.

In a new company blog post, someone snuck into a store room in the Big N’s Kyoto headquarters to give us a look at a stack of untouched Famicom systems (a.k.a. the NES for us westerners).

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Not only that, they even have a few of the elusive Famicom Disk Systems too — a Japan-only peripheral that used floppy drives for storage (!), launched together with the original The Legend of Zelda.

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As you can see, this stuff is in perfect condition.

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And they even have a working Famicom Disk Writer tucked away. 3,000 were installed in game shops (hey, remember those?) around Japan, and could be used to write new games to your existing disks.

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