Anime Theme Park ‘Nijigen no Mori’ Announces New Naruto & Boruto Attraction for Spring 2019

06.November.2018 | ANIME&GAME / SPOT

Nijigen no Mori is an anime themed theme park that opened on Awaji Island in Hyogo Prefecture last summer.

 

The park has just announced a new attraction called Naruto & Boruto Shinobi-Zato based on the internationally beloved anime series Naruto and its spin-off and sequel series Boruto: Naruto Next Generations which follows the story of Naruto Uzumaki’s son Boruto. The attraction is scheduled to open next spring.

 

Additionally, a booth in promotion of the attraction will be set up at Jump Festa 2019 which is running on December 22 and 23. The booth will provide details on the new attraction and early-bird tickets to experience it will be sold. Free flyers will also be handed out showcasing new and original merchandise.

At Shinobi-Zato you can expect to see a whole range of Naruto and Boruto themed references. This includes Hokage Rock which overlooks the Hidden Leaf Village in the series and has the faces of all the Hokage carved into it. There will even be full-size statues of characters from the series. Those who roll up to the attraction can look forward to enjoying a range of athletic activities as well as a maze and more while experiencing the recreated worlds of Naruto and Boruto surrounded amongst Awaji Island’s lush greenery. There will of course be a shop selling exclusive merchandise too. After all that, you can enjoy a bowl of ramen at series’ iconic ramen bar Ramen Ichiraku.

Naruto Athletic “Chi no Maki”: This attraction will let you experience the world of Naruto. Participants will have to overcome a string or trials and clear a range of activities in order to collect the missing seals – those seen in the series that are used for Sealing Jutsu.

 

Boruto Maze: “Ten no Maki”: This attraction will let you experience the world of Boruto: Naruto Next Generations. Participants will get involved with courses at the Ninja Academy that Boruto graduated from. They must use their mind and body to escape the maze.

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  • Naruto Kabuki Play to Feature Song by Wagakki Band

    29.April.2018 | ANIME&GAME / MUSIC

    A kabuki adaptation of Naruto is slated for August later this year at the Shinbashi Enbujō theatre in Ginza.

     

    It has been unveiled that Wagakki Band will provide a song for the production.

    新作歌舞伎NARUTO

    Naruto was first serialised in Weekly Shonen Jump in 1999 and tells the story of Naruto Uzumaki, a young ninja who trains in the art of ninjitsu, who must take out his enemies, and who ultimately aspires to be Hokage, the leader of the village. The series has brought in fans across the globe, with well over 220 million copies sold in over 40 countries outside Japan. Kabuki actors Bandou Minosuke and Hayato Nakamura will appear in the new kabuki adaptation where they will play the roles of Naruto Uzumaki and Sasuke Uchiha respectively.9

     

    Comment by Bandou Minosuke (Naruto Uzumaki):
    “On this occasion we will be borrowing the power of Wagakki Band. It’s very encouraging! No other music is better to combine the unique perspective of the original Naruto work which has spanned all ages and nationalities, and the purely Japanese image of kabuki!”

    Comment by Hayato Nakamura (Sasuke Uchiha):
    I am so happy for Wagakki Band to be kindly providing a song for the new Naruto kabuki play. Wagakki Band’s sound, which combines traditional Japanese instruments and Western instruments, though new, has a sense of nostalgia within it, so I’m very much looking forward to seeing how that ties in with the kabuki.

    Comment by Yuko Suzuhana (Wagakki Band):
    “I really wanted to do a kabuki collaboration, so I am humbly honoured for my voice to have been heard. That Wagakki Band’s sound was said to be a necessary element has realised our mutual love. We have felt the overwhelming popularity of Naruto when we have been overseas, so to be associated with such a representative piece of work from Japan through music has all of us, who have been fans of Naruto since long ago, very excited.”

    和楽器バンド
    The chemistry between the world created by the new Naruto kabuki play and Wagakki Band is something to very much look forward to.

     

    ■Information
    Naruto Kabuki

    Location: Shinbashi Enbujō, Tokyo

    Running: August 4, 2018―August 27, 2018
    Official Homepage: http://naruto-kabuki.com/

     

  • FLOW’s New Song ‘Break it down’ to Feature as Theme Song for New Naruto Game

    17.August.2018 | ANIME&GAME / MUSIC

     FLOW will release their new double A-side single Neiro / Break it down on August 29. It has been announced that Break it down will be used as the theme song for the PC browser game Naruto x Boruto Borutical Generations.

    The song is described as the biggest hard rock song the band has produced to date. It marks the seventh track they have provided for the Naruto franchise, the previous of which have been cemented as classic in the minds of anime fans and are known for their music quality.

     

    Full details regarding the game have yet to be announced, but it is described as a large-scale shinobi battle RPG. It will be free to play and accessible through Yahoo! Game.

     

    Additionally, the other song on the single Neiro is being used as the main theme song for the ongoing Japanese drama series Sachiiro no One Room which began airing in July.

    FLOW will hold a mini live show on the Laqua Garden Stage at Tokyo Dome City on September 1 to promote the new single. Those who purchase the CD will get to high-five the band and they will receive a signed sticker.

     

    ■Information

    “Neiro / Break it down”

    On Sale: August 29, 2018

    First Press Limited Edition – ¥1,500 (Pre-Tax) [KSCL-3082~3083]

    Regular Edition – ¥1,500 (Pre-Tax) [KSCL-3084]

    Limited Pressing Edition – ¥1,500 (Pre-Tax) [KSCL-3085〜3086]

     

    FLOW Double A-Side Single “Neiro / Break it down” Release Event

    Date: September 1, 2018

    Time: 2:30pm

    Venue: Tokyo Dome City, Laqua Garden Stage

    Priority Area Entry Time: 2:00pm

     

    Attendance

    Those who purchase any of the three editions of of Neiro / Break it down at the venue on the day of the release event will receive two tickets: 1) A numbered ticket to enter the priority area and 2) A ticket to high-five the band and received a signed sticker after the show. These two tickets are available on a first-come, first-served basis.

     

    Purchasing the CD at the event

    On Sale: From 11:00am

    Location: Next to the Laqua Garden Stage at Tokyo Dome City

     

    FLOW Official Website: http://www.flow.mu

     

  • Dragon Ball, Naruto & One Piece Feature in Jump x UT’s Last T-Shirt Collection

    25.July.2018 | ANIME&GAME / FASHION

    UNIQLO has been developing a spring and summer collection this year under its illustrative t-shirt brand UT themed on ‘wearing the things you love.’ The collection is being made in collaboration with Shonen Jump which is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year. The collection is gaining much attention, featuring some of the most memorable characters from Jump franchises.

    ©BIRD STUDIO / SHUEISHA

    ©Masashi Kishimoto Scott / SHUEISHA 

    ©Eiichiro Oda / SHUEISHA

     

    This last collection will hit UNIQLO stores and online on July 27, with t-shirts from Dragon BallNaruto and One Piece.

    ©BIRD STUDIO / SHUEISHA

    ©Masashi Kishimoto Scott / SHUEISHA 

    ©Eiichiro Oda / SHUEISHA

     

    The collection features a range of different illustrations, including Jump magazine front covers in the early days of series’ serialisations, as well as Goku vs. Cell, Sasuke and Naruto vs. Madara, the scene where Luffy and Ace part ways, and more.

     

    If you’re a fan of any of the series, these t-shirts are sure to strike a chord with you! Don’t miss out on this final collection.

     

    ■Information

    Weekly Shonen Jump 50th Anniversary UT Collection

    http://www.uniqlo.com/jp/store/feature/uq/ut/jump50th/

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    Related Article: Stunning Hello Kitty Theatre Restaurant HELLO KITTY SHOW BOX to Open On Awaji Island

     

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  • Actress Haruka Fukuhara To Make Solo Debut With Ending Song for BORUTO: NARUTO NEXT GENERATIONS

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    Haruka Fukuhara’s statement:

    I have been given the responsibility of singing the ending theme song for the wonderful anime BORUTO. I just cannot express my happiness. I am truly honoured. I am going to give it my all when I sing ー not just for the sake of representing the anime, but to also provide those watching with strength and courage, and energize them. Please listen to my song!

     

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    The song was written and composed by the band’s bassist Shinichi Katō with sentimental lyrics and a melody that has that feeling of of running that Naruto and Boruto songs are known for.

     

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    A new category added to the Cool Japan Award―which is run by the Cool Japan Association―is “National Park,” which was claimed by Mount Maya in Kobe in May this year for its nighttime scenery.

     

    Mount Maya is one of the major peaks of the Rokkō Mountains in Nada, Kobe and stands at a towering 702m high. Located close to the main city of Kobe, those who reach its apex will be able to see many different sights such as Kobe, Osaka, the Kii Peninsula, and Akashi-Kaikyo Bridge. Maya is popular not just with tourists and sightseers, but Kobe locals too who visit it with families to eat bento, or those who take their special somebodies to observe the nightscape.

     

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    Let’s take an in-depth look at all the exciting things one can do at Mount Maya.

     

    Tenjō-ji Temple, Mount Maya

    The originator of Mount Maya’s name

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    The door to three hidden Buddhist statues opened once every 33 years

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    Running: August 1, 2019 – August 15, 2019

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    Tour guide walk to Mount Maya’s historic ruins

    ~Stroll around and trace the history of Mount Yama~

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    This includes a trip to the former Tenjō-ji temple site as well as the abandoned hotel which is off limits to the general public.

     

    Mount Maya’s Nightscape

    ~An internationally recognised landscape~

    Mount Maya has been awarded the Cool Japan Award 2019 in the new National Park category for its gorgeous evening view from which one can see Kobe’s streets, the port and more.

     

    If you’re planning a trip to Kobe be sure to use this article as reference!

  • Naruto, Gintama & More―UNIQLO Releases Manga-Inspired T-Shirt Series MANGA UT

    06.May.2019 | ANIME&GAME / FASHION

    Japanese retailer UNIQLO, which owns the T-shirt collection “UT” is developing a subseries called “MANGA UT” which is a collection based on world famous anime and manga. The new collection will be launched at UNIQLO stores nationwide and on the online store from Monday 27th May 2019.

    Detective Conan © Gosho Aoyama/Shogakukan, Yomiuri Telecasting Corporation, TMS 1996

    BORUTO – NARUTO NEXT GENERATIONS NARUTO-NARUTO – SHIPPUDEN ©Masashi Kishimoto  Scott / SHUEISHA Inc, TV Tokyo, Pierrot Co. Ltd.

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    Urusei Yatsura © Rumiko Takahashi /Shogakukan

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  • New Boruto Opening Theme ‘Golden Time’ by Fujifabric to be Released Digitally

    09.April.2019 | ANIME&GAME / MUSIC

    It has been announced that Fujifabric’s new song Golden Time will be released digitally on May 19, 2019.

    The song just aired as the new opening theme song for the ongoing anime series Boruto: Naruto Next Generations. The song was written and composed by the band’s bassist Shinichi Katō with sentimental lyrics and a melody that has that feeling of of running that Naruto and Boruto songs are known for.

     

    Fujifabric will release their 10th album F on vinyl April 10. When bought on Amazon Japan, this limited pressing record will come with a coaster featuring the album’s cover art, and when bought at Tower Records it’s coupled with an A3-size poster.

     

    Additionally, fans who purchase the vinyl at either the band’s show at Zepp DiverCity in Tokyo on April 14 or Zepp Osaka Bayside on April 19 will receive a signed postcard with a picture of the band members on it.

  • Japanese rock band Fujifabric create anime opening theme song for BORUTO!

    05.March.2019 | ANIME&GAME / MUSIC

    Japanese rock band Fujifabric released their 10th album “F” in January, which is definitely worth commemorating! The band have just kicked off their Japan tour “Fujifabric LIVE TOUR 2019 “FEVERMAN””, which started on 2nd March 2019.

    Fujifabric’s new song “Golden Time” will be the next opening theme song for TXN Network anime BORUTO- NARUTO NEXT GENERATIONS!

     

    Fujifabric’s bass player Shinichi Katō wrote the lyrics and music for “Golden Time”. The lyrics were cleverly composed and the music is packed with the feeling of an exciting rush of action.

     

    You can hear the opening theme song “Golden Time” for the first time at 17:30 on Sunday 7th April when the new season is aired.

     

    A comment by Shinichi Katō (bass) :

    I wrote this song thinking of the times when we do something for our own sakes or for the hopes and feelings of others; when there is something we must do, and are determined to not allow our feelings to defeat us.

     

    Snuggle up and enjoy the next series of BORUTO which is coming soon!

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