2023.01.19 Event & FeatureNews
NARUTO & BORUTO Oshizato Hokageiwa Night Illusion Hours Information
(about 10 minutes)
"Hokage Rock Ninjutsu Festival"
19: 30 ~
20: 30 ~
"Hokage Rock Night Illusion"
20: 00 ~
21: 00 ~
A night-only projection mapping show where the giant Hokage Rock shines dynamically!
The mapping will be held four times, with different performances for odd and even numbers!
Odd-numbered times (1st/3rd times), the "Hokage Rock Ninjutsu Festival" will be held at the MC of Naruto Sakura. Show off your ninjutsu in front of the Hokage Rock and fascinate everyone!
In the even numbered times (2nd/4th time), successive Hokage's ninjutsu explodes against Akatsuki's attack, including "Hokage Rock Night Illusion" Pain!A powerful ninjutsu battle unfolds right in front of you, with Naruto joining the fray!Screening intervals are every 30 minutes after sunset!
After enjoying the day's missions, watch the powerful ninjutsu that unfolds in a large panorama to conclude your trip!
What is NARUTO & BORUTO Shinobizato?
This is an attraction area with the theme of the popular ninja anime "NARUTO" and the animation "BORUTO NEXT GENERATIONS", which depicts the activities of Naruto Uzumaki's son Boruto, the main character of "NARUTO".
The huge "Hokage Rock" and life-size dolls of characters appearing in the TV anime are set up to reproduce "Konohagakure no Sato".While experiencing the world view of the work, you can challenge attractions such as athletics where you can experience training and three-dimensional mazes.
A paid ticket is required to enter the Shinobizato area.
"Shinosato Admission Ticket" Price Adult(12 years old or older) ¥3,300 child(5 years old to 6th grade elementary school students and under) ¥1,200
\ You can enter without lining up at the ticket vending machine! /
Click here to purchase Shinobizato admission tickets
The latest information on “Hokage Rock Night Illusion” can be found on Shinosato’s official Twitter and Nijigen Nomori’s official website.Check it out!
© Masashi Kishimoto Scott/Shueisha/TV Tokyo/Pierrot