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Naruto’s Hidden Leaf Village is Now a Theme Park in Japan

Naruto’s Hidden Leaf Village is Now a Theme Park in Japan

April 23, 2019
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Most of us who grew up watching or reading “Naruto” have once dreamt of becoming a “Hokage,” much like the ninja protagonist of the popular manga/anime franchise.
But while the chances of becoming the strongest shinobi in the entire Hidden Leaf Village may be highly far-fetched, a slice of that dream can now be realized by visiting a newly-opened theme park in Japan.
 
On Saturday, the Nijigen no Mori theme park in Awaji Island, Hyogo Prefecture unveiled the “Naruto” attraction.
The attraction brings to life many iconic segments from the “Naruto” lore, including the “Konohagakure no Sato” village itself, complete with the giant Hokage Iwa/Hokage Rock.
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It also features life-size statues of the characters from the beloved franchise.
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Visitors can even enjoy a bowl of ramen from Konohagakure’s famed ramen restaurant, Ramen Ichiraku.
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The site is also flowing with original merchandise for fans who want to take home some “Naruto” goodies.
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According to the park’s website, tickets for the Naruto attraction cost 3300 yen ($30) for adults and 1800 yen ($16) for high school students.
Featured image via YouTube/NIJIGEN NO MORIニジゲンノモリ
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