There’s a Naruto theme park located near Kobe, Japan

Photo from @nb_shinobizato on Twitter

The worldwide popularity of the anime series Naruto has paved the way to the opening of its own theme park.

Nijigen no Mori, which is located in Awaji, Hyogo Prefecture (about an hour away from Kobe) also opened a theme park based on the manga/anime and the spin-off sequel, Boruto.

Dubbed the Naruto & Boruto Shinobi-Zato (Naruto & Boruto Ninja Village), the theme park features a series of attractions made to replicate iconic landmarks from the series.

Photo from @nb_shinobizato on Twitter

Located on the grounds of the Hyogo Prefectural Awajishima Park, the 8,000-square-meter Hidden Leaf experience is fittingly nestled in the park’s forest. Notable landmarks at the theme park will include the gate to the village, Hokage Rock and Ramen Ichiraku. Other standout attractions at the theme park include life-sized models of many characters, a three-story maze, augmented reality displays, a jutsu photo cutout section and more.

Photo from @nb_shinobizato on Twitter

Now open, the entrance fee to the Naruto & Boruto Shinobi-Zato at Nijigen no Mori costs 3,300 JPY (about Php 1560) for adults, 1,800 JPY (about Php 851) for junior high and high school age students and 500 JPY (about Php 236) for children aged five or above. Children under four years old can enter free of charge.

Naruto & Boruto Shinobi-Zato

Address: Nijigen no Mori, 2425 Kusumoto, Awaji, Hyogo Prefecture

Attraction Page: https://nijigennomori.com/naruto_shinobizato

Nijigen no Mori Website: https://nijigennomori.com/


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