Beanbean Castle

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Mario and Luigi outside Beanbean Castle.

Beanbean Castle is the home of Queen Bean, Lady Lima, Prince Peasley and possibly other royalty and servants. It is the center of the Beanbean Kingdom. Once the Bros. get to the castle they find two Beanbean troops who try to play along with the Mario Bros., yet have absolutely no clue what they're talking about. Later, to earn Lady Lima's trust and get to Queen Bean, the Bros. must fix the plumbing under the castle. Once they fix the plumbing, Cackletta and Fawful gain access to the Beanstar. Beanbean Castle Town is the town that is near the castle and has many useful shops. The castle is key in the game, and the home of the Beanstar. The Mario Bros. come here several times in between tasks to talk to Queen Bean and the others to gain information.


Bordering or connecting locations to the Beanbean Castle include:


Item Icon Location
Hoo Bean BeansHoo SS.png Found in hidden blocks (see below).
Bean Badge MLSS Badge small icon.png Given by Lady Lima's servant before the Mario Bros. head for Chucklehuck Woods.
Beanbean Brooch Beanbean Brooch.png Given by Lady Lima before the Mario Bros. head for Chucklehuck Woods.
Beanstar MLSS-Beanstar Sprite.gif Revived from the four Beanstar Pieces.
Fake Beanstar Fake Beanstar.png Given by Prince Peasley before the Mario Bros. head for Joke's End.
Peach's Extra Dress MLSS Peach's Extra Dress.png Given by Toadsworth before the Mario Bros. head for Joke's End.

For a list of hidden blocks found in Beanbean Castle, see here. For a list of items in Beanbean Castle Sewers, see here.



Names in other languages[edit]

Mushroom KingdomStardust FieldsGuffawha RuinsBeanbean Castle TownBeanbean CastleChateau de ChucklehuckChucklehuck WoodsWoohoo HooniversityTeehee ValleyLittle FungitownOho OasisGwarhar LagoonJoke's EndOho OceanBeanbean International AirportBeanbean FieldsHoohoo MountainBowser's Castle
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Language Name Meaning
Japanese マメーリア
Mamēria Jō
From 「豆」 mame, meaning "bean"; 「城」 means "castle".
Spanish Castillo del Reino Judía Bean Kingdom's Castle
French Château de Végésia Beanbean Castle
Dutch Booninklijk kasteel Pun on 'koninklijk' (meaning royal) and 'boon' (meaning bean). Kasteel means castle.
German Schloss Bohnia Castle Bohnia
Italian Castello di Fagiolandia Fagiolandia's Castle
Chinese 豆豆城
Dòudou Chéng
Beanbean Castle