Japanese Hotel is Now Offering Naruto-Themed Villas

Japanese Hotel is Now Offering Naruto-Themed Villas

June 4, 2020
The GRAND CHARIOT Hokuto Shichisei 135° resort is now offering Naruto-themed villas for those who want to experience “glamping” with the characters of the popular manga and anime.
The villas come with Naruto-style decor inside, including throw pillows carrying the insignia of the Hidden Leaf Village (Konohagakure), the Uzumaki Clan and the Uchiha Clan, according to Crunchyroll.
There is also another part of the room that contains a desk mimicking the Hokage’s, the head of the Hidden Leaf Village, for photo ops.
Inside the bedroom, guests will find two beds featuring different designs that are in reference to Naruto Uzumaki (right) and Minato Namikaze (left), the father of the title character.
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Those who stay in the villas will receive goody bags containing merchandise inspired by the series, including Naruto and Sasuke yukata, hand towels designed from Jiraiya’s “Icha Icha” book series for adults, a Hokage umbrella, zipper bags, and two random stick candies.
In addition to the goody bags, guests will also be given access to the Nijigen no Mori theme park in Awaji Island, Hyogo Prefecture that features attractions inspired by the series and its spin-off, “Boruto.”
The rate for the villas, which can accommodate up to five people, starts at 93,000 Japanese yen ($863), 9gag reported.
      Bryan Ke

      Bryan Ke is a Reporter for NextShark




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