The Nintendo Villages for North America and Europe are now open!

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When Animal Crossing: New Leaf launched in Japan, Nintendo hosted an official Nintendo Village featuring Nintendo patterns and houses to visit using the Dream Suite feature. Now there are villages for North America and Europe, read on for details…

Today, Nintendo Villages were finally unleashed for North America and Europe as well. They follow the same general idea as the original Japanese village, but are still a unique town. To visit them, head to the Dream Suite and enter the following Dream Codes:

North America: 5700 – 2038 – 6151
Europe: 7900 – 2106 – 3477

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Additionally, here are the Dream Codes for the Japanese and South Korean Nintendo villages. The Japanese village is still in winter season, so it’s a neat opportunity to see the snow early in New Leaf!

Japan: 0000 – 0100 – 0017
South Korea: 0000 – 1066 – 6865

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Have fun exploring! The villages aren’t region locked in any way, so you can visit all four of them if you wish. (they’re all different too)

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Paige Sherwood-Rice

Yayy

mary

My dream address: 4500-2140-8884

PikaCrossing

I am totally gonna visit each of the towns. Thank you Justin

Old S

How much does it cost to experience a dream?

Paige Sherwood-Rice

500 bells to visit a dream

Joey

Free if you remember to update your own dream world every day, as you’ll receive 5,000 bells for doing so.

[…] But wait, that’s not the only reason I’m at the Dream Suite! I’m here to go on a journey through all four Nintendo Villages to prepare an article on the site. Of course, by the time you read this, the article has most likely gone live already. […]

[…] But wait, that’s not the only reason I’m at the Dream Suite! I’m here to go on a journey through all four Nintendo Villages to prepare an article on the site. Of course, by the time you read this, the article has most likely gone live already. […]

Christopher F.

I personally don’t see much point in visiting dream towns. You can’t bring anything back with you, all it does is serve to show you things you don’t/can’t have, so whats the point? Yeah, so it might be cool to see some of how they decorated, but I just generally don’t see the point in things like this. If I wanted to look at pretty pictures of the game that have nothing to do with how I play my own copy of the game, well thats what the internet is for. Now if it gave you the option of buying… Read more »

CevanB

You can bring something back with you: Patterns.

Hank from L'akamHa

How do you get a dream address, visit a dream town, etc?
-Hank

Aren

Build the Dream Facility (don’t remember it’s name) and add your town to the list of towns to be visited by laying on the couch. If you do this everyday, you get 5000 bells a day for doing this.

Br1514cr

The american village is great!!!! I’ll check SK and Japan today 😀

[…] don’t forget about the other official Nintendo Villages if you haven’t yet visited them […]

Cat Proulx

Codes don’t work for me, was there a limit?

GreenComet_

Sadly, these Dream Addresses do not work anymore.