See Photos from "NARUTO & BORUTO SHINOBI-ZATO" Attraction's Opening Day

The first 100 visitors receive a special clear file

The Nijigen no Mori theme park in Awaji Island, Hyogo Prefecture, opens its new attraction "NARUTO & BORUTO SHINOBI-ZATO" featuring the world and characters from Masashi Kishimoto's internationally popular ninja action manga series Naruto and its sequel Boruto: Naruto Next Generations today on April 20.

   

The attraction recreates the "Konohagakure no Sato" village with a giant Hokage Iwa/Hokage Rock and 1/1 scale character statues. In addition, a shop offering original goods and a restaurant inspired by "Ramen Ichiraku," the ramen restaurant in Konohagakure, also open in the area.

 

 

The attraction's official Twitter has been posting photos introducing its cosplay staff and various areas. 

 

Shinji Rachi, who has played Itachi Uchiha in the Naruto stage plays and served as Nijigen no Mori's

ambassador of friendship, also visited the attraction.

 

  

"Konoha Shouten" goods store

 


  

"NARUTO & BORUTO SHINOBI-ZATO" has two main playable areas:

 

 1. "NARUTO Athletic - Chi no Maki (The Earth Chapter)"

 - Participants can experience the worldview of Naruto by challenging various activities to gather the missing

"Fuuin no Kakera (The pieces of the seal)."

 

 2. "BORUTO Maze - Ten no Maki (The Sky Chapter)"

 - Solid maze that recreates the world of Boruto: Naruto Next Generations. Participants join the training course

of the Ninja Academy from which Boruto graduated, and find an exit from the maze using their brain and body.

 

 

 

  

60-second official PV

 

 

30-second CM

 

 

"NARUTO & BORUTO SHINOBI-ZATO" main visual 

 

 

Collaboration menu including the "Ichiraku Ramen" appeared in the story

  


 

The Nijigen no Mori (literally means two-dimensional forest) theme park dedicated to Japanese pop

culture contents, mainly manga and anime, opened in Awaji Island (Awaji-shima), the biggest island

in the Seto Inland Sea, in July 2017. Its facilities include a 1.2km long projection mapping inspired

by Osamu Tezuka's representative manga work Phoenix and an adventure park area based on the

characters and film worlds of Yoshito Usui's Crayon Shin-chan.

  

 

Map

 


 

Source: Pasona Group press release, "NARUTO & BORUTO SHINOBI-ZATO" official Twitter

 

©Masashi Kishimoto Scoot/Shueisha, TV Tokyo, Pierrot

 

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