Mushroom Kingdom

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Mushroom Kingdom
The Mushroom Kingdom's artwork from New Super Mario Bros. U.
Map of the Mushroom Kingdom, as seen in New Super Mario Bros. U and New Super Luigi U
First appearance Super Mario Bros. (1985)
Latest appearance Princess Peach: Showtime! (2024)
Greater location Mushroom World
Capital Toad Town
Ruler Princess Peach
Inhabitants Toads, Goombas, Koopas, humans, Yoshis
“Mushroom Kingdom - Most Famous of All Kingdoms”
In-game brochure, Super Mario Odyssey

The Mushroom Kingdom is the primary setting of the Super Mario franchise, first appearing in Super Mario Bros. Its appearance varies from game to game, often coinciding with the genre. However, common characteristics of the kingdom that are shared across games are its tall, round hills, presence of floating objects such as ? Blocks and coins, Warp Pipes, striped grasslands, and layered dirt. The kingdom is ruled by Princess Peach and the primary inhabitants are Toads.

History[edit]

Super Mario series[edit]

In the Super Mario games, the Mushroom Kingdom is portrayed as a large country with many landscapes such as grassy plains, deserts, beaches, snowy tundras, jungles, mountains, cloudy areas, and volcanoes.

Recurring landmarks

Super Mario Bros.[edit]

In Super Mario Bros., Bowser invades the Mushroom Kingdom, transforms its inhabitants into various objects, and kidnaps Princess Peach so she cannot reverse his spell. Mario or Luigi go to rescue her. There are 8 Worlds in the Mushroom Kingdom:

Super Mario Bros. 3 / Super Mario Advance 4: Super Mario Bros. 3[edit]

The opening intro in Super Mario Advance 4: Super Mario Bros. 3
Peach's Castle in the introduction of Super Mario Advance 4: Super Mario Bros. 3

According to Super Mario Bros. 3's instruction booklet, the Mushroom Kingdom serves as the entrance to the Mushroom World, where the main game takes place. Super Mario Advance 4: Super Mario Bros. 3 includes an opening cutscene that shows the interior of Peach's Castle.

Super Mario World / Super Mario World: Super Mario Advance 2[edit]

The Mushroom Kingdom is mentioned in the instruction booklet for Super Mario World, which states that Mario and Luigi left for a vacation at Dinosaur Land, the game's main setting, after saving the Mushroom World in Super Mario Bros. 3. The opening cutscene Super Mario World: Super Mario Advance 2 shows Mario and co. arriving at Dinosaur Land from the Mushroom Kingdom via hot air balloon.

Super Mario 64[edit]

The globe on Super Mario 64's box art
The Mushroom Kingdom in Super Mario 64

In Super Mario 64, the locations were created by Bowser using the stolen Power Stars and can be accessed through paintings hung on the walls of Peach's Castle. The locations are as follows:

Super Mario Sunshine[edit]

The Mushroom Kingdom makes no appearance in Super Mario Sunshine, although it is mentioned in the game's instruction booklet as a distant location from the Isle Delfino, the game's main setting. This is evident by the fact Mario and company take an airplane to the island.

New Super Mario Bros.[edit]

The intro of New Super Mario Bros.
The Mushroom Kingdom in the introduction of New Super Mario Bros.

In New Super Mario Bros., the Mushroom Kingdom is the main location of the game, and has 8 worlds to traverse. Some world themes take inspiration from previous Mario series games, while others are completely new on their own.

Super Mario Galaxy[edit]

The Mushroom Kingdom in Super Mario Galaxy

In Super Mario Galaxy, the Mushroom Kingdom appears at the beginning during the Star Festival before being attacked by Bowser, who abducts Peach, along with her castle. It appears again in Grand Finale Galaxy and its only mission, The Star Festival.

New Super Mario Bros. Wii[edit]

Peach's Castle in the opening cutscene of New Super Mario Bros. Wii

New Super Mario Bros. Wii retains the Mushroom Kingdom as the game's main location, and shares the same world themes as the previous game.

Super Mario Galaxy 2[edit]

The Mushroom Kingdom in Super Mario Galaxy 2

In Super Mario Galaxy 2, the Mushroom Kingdom appears at the beginning; however, it can only be visited once. It serves as the first area of the game and is where Mario meets Baby Luma and discovers Bowser's new plan to rule the universe.

Super Mario 3D Land[edit]

The Mushroom Kingdom returns in Super Mario 3D Land, and comes with more unique level and world themes unlike the New Super Mario Bros. series. Peach's Castle is seen at the beginning and end of the game, as well as in the background of World 1-1.

New Super Mario Bros. 2[edit]

New Super Mario Bros. 2 still takes place in the Mushroom Kingdom and has fewer worlds than previous games; however, some world themes are merged to accommodate.

New Super Mario Bros. U / New Super Luigi U / New Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe[edit]

Unlike previous installments in the New Super Mario Bros. series, in New Super Mario Bros. U and its port for the Nintendo Switch, the worlds of the Mushroom Kingdom have names:

Super Mario 3D World / Super Mario 3D World + Bowser's Fury[edit]

The very beginning of Bowser's Fury.
Mario finding a trail of goop at Peach's Castle in the prologue of Bowser's Fury

In Super Mario 3D World and Bowser's Fury, the Mushroom Kingdom appears at the beginning of the games. In the former game, Mario and friends return to the Mushroom Kingdom at the end of the credits.

Super Mario Odyssey[edit]

The Mushroom Kingdom in Super Mario Odyssey
Main article: Mushroom Kingdom (Super Mario Odyssey)

The Mushroom Kingdom appears as a mushroom-shaped island in Super Mario Odyssey. It appears in the opening cutscene, where Mario, Peach and Bowser are above Peach's Castle, and is unlocked as a Kingdom after completing the main story of the game.

Super Mario Bros. Wonder[edit]

Background artwork of a plains with a blue castle, in Super Mario Bros. Wonder
The Mushroom Kingdom can be seen briefly at the beginning of Super Mario Bros. Wonder.

The Mushroom Kingdom is not the setting for Super Mario Bros. Wonder; instead, the game takes place in the neighboring Flower Kingdom. However, in the game's opening sequence and first level, the Mushroom Kingdom is briefly visible in the background.

DIC cartoons[edit]

The Super Mario Bros. Super Show![edit]

In The Super Mario Bros. Super Show!, the Mushroom Kingdom, most commonly referred to as "Mushroomland," is a central plot point in the show; Mushroomland is apparently under the influence of King Koopa in the show. Mario, Luigi, Toad, and Princess Toadstool spend the bulk of the series' episodes searching for someone or something that could free it from his grasp. Many regions of the Mushroom Kingdom in the series are inspired by locations from movies, fairy tales, books, and real-life.

Regions
Surrounding areas

The Adventures of Super Mario Bros. 3[edit]

Grass Land
The Mushroom Kingdom in The Adventures of Super Mario Bros. 3.

In The Adventures of Super Mario Bros. 3, the kingdom, though taking the place of Grass Land, is more like its game counterpart and is in a more peaceful state than in the previous series.

Landmarks

Super Mario World[edit]

In Super Mario World, the kingdom is mentioned in the episode Mama Luigi.

Nintendo Adventure Books[edit]

Leaping Lizards describes the Mushroom Kingdom as being deep under the surface of the Earth, which is used as an explanation for how Mario and Luigi can reach the Kingdom through a series of pipes in Brooklyn.[1]

Mario Kart series[edit]

Super Mario Kart[edit]

The Mushroom Kingdom's debut in the Mario Kart series is in Super Mario Kart, where the kingdom appears in fourteen courses:

Mario Kart 64[edit]

The Mushroom Kingdom returns in Mario Kart 64, appearing in the following courses:

Mario Kart Super Circuit[edit]

The Mushroom Kingdom reappears in Mario Kart: Super Circuit, appearing in the following courses:

The Mushroom Kingdom also appears in the fourteen classic courses from Super Mario Kart that takes place here.

Mario Kart: Double Dash!![edit]

The Mushroom Kingdom appears once again in Mario Kart: Double Dash!!, appearing in the following courses:

Mushroom City is considered a giant city with many buildings, with Mushroom Bridge being considered a bridge near Mushroom City.

Mario Kart DS[edit]

The Mushroom Kingdom returns yet again in Mario Kart DS, appearing in the following courses:

Although Mushroom City does not appear in Mario Kart DS, Mushroom Bridge, a bridge near Mushroom City, makes a return.

Mario Kart Arcade GP 2[edit]

Although the Mushroom Kingdom did not appear in the original Mario Kart Arcade GP, it returns in Mario Kart Arcade GP 2, appearing in Yoshi Park 1 and Yoshi Park 2.

Mario Kart Wii[edit]

The Mushroom Kingdom reappears again in Mario Kart Wii, appearing in the following courses:

Although Mushroom City does not return in Mario Kart Wii, Moonview Highway is considered a highway in Mushroom City.

Mario Kart 7[edit]

The Mushroom Kingdom eventually shows up in Mario Kart 7, appearing in the following courses:

Mario Kart Arcade GP DX[edit]

The Mushroom Kingdom makes a return in Mario Kart Arcade GP DX, appearing in the following courses:

Mario Kart 8 / Mario Kart 8 Deluxe[edit]

The Mushroom Kingdom later returns in Mario Kart 8 and its enhanced port for the Nintendo Switch, Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, appearing in the following courses:

In the original iteration, Wii Moo Moo Meadows, GCN Dry Dry Desert, N64 Toad's Turnpike, Mario Circuit, GCN Sherbet Land, N64 Yoshi Valley, and Toad Harbor are all battle courses that take place in the Mushroom Kingdom. No battle courses exclusive to the base game of Mario Kart 8 Deluxe take place in the kingdom.

The Mushroom Kingdom also appears in the Mario Kart 8 Deluxe – Booster Course Pass, appearing in the following courses:

Although Mushroom City does not return in Mario Kart 8 or Mario Kart 8, Wii Moonview Highway is considered to be a highway in Mushroom City.

Mario Kart Tour[edit]

The Mushroom Kingdom returns once again in Mario Kart Tour, appearing in the following courses and their RMX variants:

Hotel Mario[edit]

The Mushroom Kingdom appears in Hotel Mario, where Bowser and the Koopalings have dominated the kingdom by turning it into a location that the game takes place in: Klub Koopa Resort (stylized as Klub Koopa Rezsort). There are seven hotels within Klub Koopa Resort.

Yoshi's Island series[edit]

Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island / Yoshi's Island: Super Mario Advance 3[edit]

The Mushroom Kingdom appears at the end of Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island, Yoshi's Island: Super Mario Advance 3, and Yoshi's New Island when Baby Mario and Baby Luigi are returned to their home.

Yoshi's New Island[edit]

The Mushroom Kingdom appears in Yoshi's New Island; in the opening, Baby Mario and Baby Luigi end up being delivered at the wrong house, and the stork attempts to deliver the babies to their rightful parents, only to be captured alongside Baby Luigi by Kamek and his Toadies, while Baby Mario falls into a nearby location, Egg Island. The Mushroom Kingdom is not seen again until the end, where the bay Mario Bros. are returned to their rightful home. If the Flutter Wings have never been used once, then Mario will appear in the secret ending.

Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars[edit]

Main article: Toad Town § Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars

Mario Golf series[edit]

Mario Golf (Nintendo 64)[edit]

The Mushroom Kingdom made its debut in the Mario Golf series in Mario Golf for the Nintendo 64, appearing the following golf courses:

Mario Golf: Toadstool Tour[edit]

The Mushroom Kingdom returns in Mario Golf: Toadstool Tour, appearing in the following golf courses:

Mario Golf: World Tour[edit]

The Mushroom Kingdom later makes a return in Mario Golf: World Tour, appearing in the following golf courses:

All the downloadable courses that take place in the Mushroom Kingdom, alongside Mario's Star, were included in the Season Pass: the First Wave, consisting of Toad Highlands and Koopa Park, are both included in the Mushroom Pack, which was released on May 2, 2014; the Second Wave, consisting of Layer-Cake Desert and Sparkling Waters are both included in the Flower Pack, which was released on May 22, 2014; and the Third Wave, consisting of Rock-Candy Mines and Mario's Star, are both in the Star Pack, which was released on June 19, 2014. However, the Season Pass, the Mushroom Pack, the Flower Pack, and the Star Pack had all been removed from the Nintendo 3DS Nintendo eShop on March 27, 2023, making them no longer available for download, although players who have previously downloaded those can still play their courses as long as they are on their 3DS device.

Mario Golf: Super Rush[edit]

The Mushroom Kingdom appears once again in Mario Golf: Super Rush, appearing in the following golf courses:

Mario Strikers series[edit]

Mario Baseball series[edit]

Mario Tennis series[edit]

Mario Party series[edit]

Mario vs. Donkey Kong series[edit]

Paper Mario series[edit]

Paper Mario[edit]

The Mushroom Kingdom in Paper Mario.

Paper Mario: Sticker Star[edit]

The Mushroom Kingdom in Paper Mario: Sticker Star.

Paper Mario: The Origami King[edit]

An image from the title screen of Paper Mario: The Origami King
The Mushroom Kingdom in Paper Mario: The Origami King.

Mario & Luigi series[edit]

Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga / Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga + Bowser's Minions[edit]

The Mushroom Kingdom appears in the beginning of Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga and its remake, where only the Mario Bros. house and Peach's Castle are visited. The Mushroom Kingdom shares its border with the Beanbean Kingdom, the game's primary setting.

Mario & Luigi: Partners in Time[edit]

The Mushroom Kingdom in Mario & Luigi: Partners in Time.

In Mario & Luigi: Partners in Time, during Mario and Luigi's childhood, the Mushroom Kingdom is invaded by the Shroobs forcing Baby Mario, Baby Luigi, Baby Peach, Toadsworth the Younger, and Baby Bowser (who had been trying to capture Baby Peach at the time) to flee in the Koopa Cruiser.

In the future, Princess Peach, Toadiko, and Toadbert travel to the past via Professor E. Gadd's time machine, which is powered by the Cobalt Star. But when the device returns, it is occupied by a hostile alien, forcing Mario and Luigi to use a newly formed time hole in the castle gardens to go to the past and find Peach.

Regions

Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story / Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story + Bowser Jr.'s Journey[edit]

The Mushroom Kingdom in Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story.
Regions

Mario & Luigi: Paper Jam[edit]

The Mushroom Kingdom in Mario & Luigi: Paper Jam.
Regions

Luigi's Mansion series[edit]

Super Smash Bros. series[edit]

Main article: Mushroom Kingdom (Super Smash Bros.)
Main article: Mushroom Kingdom (Super Smash Bros. Melee)
Main article: Mushroom Kingdom II
Main article: Mushroomy Kingdom
Main article: Mushroom Kingdom U

The Mushroom Kingdom has inspired several stages in the Super Smash Bros. series. Two of these, both called Mushroom Kingdom, are based off of the kingdom as it appeared in the original Super Mario Bros., with usable Warp Pipes and POW Blocks in Super Smash Bros., and ? Blocks and Brick Blocks in Melee. Despite its name, Mushroom Kingdom II from Melee is based off of Subcon as it appeared in Super Mario Bros. 2. All three of these stages feature 3-D versions of stage elements, such as blocks and platforms, while any characters are portrayed as flat 2-D images.

In Super Smash Bros. Melee's Adventure Mode, the first stage is also called Mushroom Kingdom, where players have to get past Goombas, Koopa Troopas, and a team of Yoshis to reach Princess Peach's Castle, where Peach and either Mario or Luigi are fought. Two Toads also appear, one at the Yoshi arena and one at the endpoint.

Super Smash Bros. Brawl features Mushroomy Kingdom. As a tongue-in-cheek reference to the relative age of Super Mario Bros. in real-world publication history, this stage depicts worlds from that game as long-abandoned ("ancient" in the Japanese script) regions. Familiar structures are now old, worn-down ruins and the entire stage appears as a barren desert and cave. The stage depicts replicated versions of either World 1-1 or World 1-2 when selected.

In Super Smash Bros. for Wii U, a stage called Mushroom Kingdom U, based on the worlds from New Super Mario Bros. U, is featured.

Super Mario Bros.: Peach-hime Kyūshutsu Dai Sakusen![edit]

The Mushroom Kingdom appears in Super Mario Bros.: Peach-hime Kyūshutsu Dai Sakusen!

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Super Mario Bros. film[edit]

In the 1993 Super Mario Bros. film, President Koopa derisively calls Dinohattan "Mushroom Kingdom".

Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle[edit]

The Super Mario Bros. Movie[edit]

Wide shot of the Mushroom Kingdom.
The Mushroom Kingdom in The Super Mario Bros. Movie.

In the animated film The Super Mario Bros. Movie, the Mushroom Kingdom is portrayed as having a landscape composed of grassy plains, giant mushrooms and floating landmasses, with a city and Peach's Castle being located on top of a mountain.

Regions

Princess Peach: Showtime![edit]

In Princess Peach: Showtime!, the Mushroom Kingdom appears in the opening.

Surrounding areas[edit]

General information[edit]

Government[edit]

The Mushroom Kingdom is ruled by Princess Peach. The kingdom's capital is Toad Town. Here, Princess Peach resides in her castle. Early material also includes her father, the kindly Mushroom King, who is mentioned to rule alongside her. However, he largely does not appear later in the series.

Princess Peach keeps a horde of Toad guards at her castle. However, Mario, Luigi, and many other heroes of the Mushroom Kingdom have fought to save it and its princess countless times before. Currently, Princess Peach staffs and supports Toad Houses in major towns near Toad Town.

Population[edit]

Wildlife[edit]

Currency[edit]

Artwork of a coin in New Super Mario Bros. U
The current design of a coin.
Main article: Coin

The Mushroom Kingdom mainly uses coins for tender, referred to as Mushroom coins in the Beanbean Kingdom. Coins are often found scattered throughout the Kingdom. The coin has undergone several changes throughout the years; the three most prominent coin designs are the blank design, the star design, and the "|" design.

Below is a table detailing the value of each type of coin.

Type of Coin Value
Coin 1
Five Coin 5
10-Coin 10
20 Coin 20
30-Coin 30
50-Coin 50
100-Coin 100
Win Coin 1000
Red Coin 2 in Super Mario 64, Super Mario 64 DS, and Mario Kart Tour
1 in other games
Blue Coin 5 in Super Mario 64, Super Mario 64 DS, and Mario Kart Tour
1 in other games
Green Coin 1
Pink Coin 10 in Super Mario Run
Purple Coin 10 in Super Mario Run
Black Coin 10 in Super Mario Run
Dragon Coin 1 as a form of alternate currency
Star Coin 1 as a form of alternate currency
Moon Coin 1 as a form of alternate currency
Key Coin 1
Used to unlock Warp Boxes
Pink Coin
(Super Mario Maker)
1
Used to unlock Warp Doors

Gallery[edit]

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese キノコ王国おうこく
Kinoko Ōkoku
キノコ王国おうくに (Super Mario Bros.: Peach-hime Kyūshutsu Dai Sakusen!)
Kinoko Ōkuni
Mushroom Kingdom

Mushroomland (an alternate reading likely a result of the original Super Mario Bros. manual lacking the furigana)[2]

Catalan Regne dels Xampinyons (The Super Mario Bros. Movie)
Kingdom of the Mushrooms
Chinese (simplified) 蘑菇王国
Mógu Wángguó
-

Chinese (traditional) 蘑菇王國
Mógu Wángguó
Mushroom Kingdom

Danish Paddehattekongeriget (The Super Mario Bros. Super Show!)
Svamperiget (The Adventures of Super Mario Bros. 3, The Super Mario Bros. Movie)
The Toadstool Kingdom
The Mushroom Kingdom


Dutch Paddenstoelenrijk
Champignonnen-koninkrijk[3] (Super Mario Bros.)
Mushroom Realm
Mushrooms' Kingdom
French Royaume Champignon
Royaume des Champignons (early)
Mushroom Kingdom
Kingdom of the Mushrooms / The Mushrooms' Kingdom
German Pilz-Königreich
Königreich der Schwammerl (early translations)
Schwammerlland (early)
Pilze-Wunderland (animated series)
Mushroom Kingdom
Kingdom of Mushrooms. Schwammerl ("mushroom") is a dialectal word in Bavarian German.
Mushroom Land
Mushroom-Wonderland
Hungarian Gomba Királyság
Mushroom Kingdom
Italian Regno dei Funghi
Regno del Fungo[4]
Kingdom of Mushrooms
Kingdom of the Mushroom
Korean 버섯 왕국
Beoseot Wangguk
Mushroom Kingdom

Polish Grzybowe Królestwo / Królestwo Grzybów
Mushroom Kingdom / Kingdom of Mushrooms
Portuguese (NOA) Reino Cogumelo
Reino do Cogumelo (New Super Mario Bros. 2)
Reino dos Cogumelos (animated series and teaser trailer of The Super Mario Bros. Movie)
Mushroom Kingdom
Mushroom Kingdom
Kingdom of the Mushrooms
Portuguese (NOE) Reino Cogumelo
Reino do Cogumelo (teaser trailer of The Super Mario Bros. Movie)
Mushroom Kingdom
Romanian Regatul Ciupercă (The Adventures of Super Mario Bros. 3)
Regatul Ciupercilor (The Adventures of Super Mario Bros. 3, The Super Mario Bros. Movie[5])
The Mushroom Kingdom
The Kingdom of Mushrooms
Russian Грибное королевство
Gribnoye korolevstvo
Mushroom Kingdom

Slovenian Gobe Kraljestvo
Mushroom Kingdom
Spanish (NOA) Reino Champiñón (games and The Super Mario Bros. Movie)
Reino de los Hongos (animated series and "Super Mario Bros. 3" commercial[6])
Reino Hongo (The Super Mario Bros. Super Show!; some episodes)
Reino del Hongo (The Super Mario Bros. Super Show!; in Do You Princess Toadstool Take this Koopa...?)
Mushroom Kingdom
Kingdom of Mushrooms
Mushroom Kingdom
Mushroom's Kingdom
Spanish (NOE) Reino Champiñón (games, The Super Mario Bros. Movie and re-dub of The Adventures of Super Mario Bros. 3)
Reino/País de las setas (animated series)
Mushroom Kingdom
Mushroom Kingdom/Country
Swedish Svampriket
The Mushroom Kingdom
Mushroom Kingdom Region
Language Name Meaning
Japanese キノコ城周辺じょうしゅうへん
Kinoko-jō Shūhen
Mushroom Castle Vicinity

Chinese 蘑菇城堡附近
Mógū chéngbǎo fùjìn
Mushroom Castle Vicinity

Dutch Paddenstoelkasteel
Mushroom Castle
French (NOA) Zone du royaume Champignon
Mushroom Kingdom zone
French (NOE) Zone du château Champignon
Mushroom Castle zone
German Pilz-Palast-Region
Mushroom Castle Region
Italian Regione del castello dei Funghi
Mushroom Castle region
Korean 버섯 성 주변
Beoseos Seong Jubyeon
Bowser's Keep Vicinity

Spanish Zona del Castillo Champiñón
Mushroom Castle Zone

Trivia[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "'Look out below!' Luigi yells. He dives head first into the Central Pipe that sticks up from the floor of the Mario Bros. plumbing workshop. Tumbling through steamy darkness, he passes dripping faucets, hissing valves and the glowing red eyes of wayward alligators. In minutes, he plunges from the Brooklyn plumbing shop to the Mushroom Kingdom, deep below the surface of the Earth." – Bosco, Clyde (January 1, 1991). Leaping Lizards. Mammoth. Page 1.
  2. ^ "「キノコ王国」" – Super Mario Bros. Japanese instruction booklet. Page 4.
  3. ^ Club Nintendo (Netherlands) Classic. Page 18.
  4. ^ Super Mario All-Stars Italian manual. Page 5.
  5. ^ ROIMAGE2000 Filme (March 8, 2023). SUPER MARIO BROS: FILMUL - trailer română - din 7 aprilie 2023 la cinema.. YouTube. Retrieved March 8, 2023.
  6. ^ carlosmezamar (November 19, 2009). Comercial Super Mario 3 Nintendo. YouTube.