Event & Feature

2024.06.17 NARUTO & BORUTO OshizatoEvent & Feature

[NARUTO & BORUTO Shinri] Let's enjoy it to the fullest even on rainy days!

Rain forecast for tomorrow, June 6th (Tuesday)!
Let's enjoy "NARUTO & BORUTO Shinobizato" in a different way on a rainy day!

You want to enjoy your outing even in the rain, right? Konoha Shoten, a shop located in "NARUTO & BORUTO Oshiri", is selling rain ponchos that can only be purchased here! It's a rainy day, so you can wear a rain poncho exclusive to Nijigen no Mori and participate in missions as Akatsuki or Naruto! And Naruto & Boruto Shinobi on a rainy day is so fantastic! Why not take a photo of such a fantastic NARUTO & BORUTO Oshiri? Please try to find ways to have fun that can only be done on rainy days!

Tickets are limited!Online purchase of tickets is recommended!

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What is "NARUTO & BORUTO Shinobizato"?

This is an attraction area based on the themes 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 full-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.

Tickets are limited!Online purchase of tickets is recommended!

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What is the Hokage's Villa?

This room is based on the concept of the villa of the Hokage, who rules the Hidden Leaf Village, and is a playful room with a theme for each room, including the living room, bedroom, bathroom, and toilet.Guests can enjoy places that recreate scenes from the anime, photo spots set up throughout the room, and exclusive amenities that can only be found here.

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Overview of Hyogo Prefectural Awajishima Park Anime Park “Nijigen no Mori”

Since 2008, Pasona Group has collaborated with local governments and local stakeholders on Awaji Island, Hyogo Prefecture, and has been working on its own regional revitalization project by attracting various human resources. In 2013, the "Awaji Manga/Anime Island Project" was adopted as part of the "Private Business Planning and Proposal for Prefectural Awajishima Park" publicly invited by Hyogo Prefecture. Together with Hyogo Prefecture, we are promoting regional revitalization projects by attracting tourists.

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