Today we will discuss a Japanese-themed attraction based on the the manga that sold approximately 250 million copies worldwide: NARUTO!!!
The new arena attraction NARUTOxBORUTO FUJI Hidden Leaf Village (NARUTOxBORUTO Fuji Konohagakure no Sato) is at the Fuji-Q Highland , where you can spend your day enjoying three-dimensional game attractions, exhibits, and Naruto-themed shops.
Fuji-Q Highland opened new attraction areas themed “NARUTO” and “BORUTO: Naruto Next Generations”.
The attraction area named “NARUTO x BORUTO Fuji Hidden Leaf Village” began operations on July 26, 2019.
Spread over 2,600 square meters, the cost to build this extraordinary attraction is approximately 1.2 billion yen. This area is open to the public for free and you can take cool photos for your Instagram!
3D Shooting Ride Kagaku Ningu Doujou 3D (科学忍具道場)
This attraction is a three-dimensional shooting game themed on Naruto. You must wear 3D glasses before you explore the world of Naruto. In this game, you have to shoot your enemies with a ninja gun (attraction fee: 1,500 yen).
If you like playing shooting games, you don’t want to miss this exciting game!
This museum building exhibits Naruto art. You can enjoy works of art and figures of Naruto, Sasuke, and other characters. You can also stop by the 180-degree theater to see episodes of Naruto and Sasuke (entrance fee: 800 yen).
Lots of spots to take photos too! Naruto fans will definitely be satisfied hanging out here!
Ninjutsu Carnival (忍術カーニバル)
This area is an arcade game area where you can try ninja techniques to get prizes! From throwing a ball, throwing a shuriken, to hitting a frog, this area is full of unique games (game fee: 500 yen for 3 occasions).
The prize for this game is a Naruto figurine! Don’t you want all of them, right? ♪
Mangekyou Shashinkan (万華鏡写真館)
In this area, you can take photos with Naruto characters against the background of the locations in the anime. Don’t miss this if you are a big fan of Naruto!
Ramen Ichiraku (一楽)
After spending a day walking around, you’re bound to feel hungry. Stop by the Ramen Ichiraku shop! This ramen shop often appears in Naruto animated films, right? The menu uses the names of Naruto characters and you will feel as if you are in the world of Naruto.