Naruto: The Gallery Comes to Universal Studios Singapore on 28th March

A jaw-dropping occasion is going to take place in Singapore this March, and the favorite ninja anime is getting its exhibition in the Lion City.

Yep! Naruto: The Gallery is making its global debut in Universal Studios Singapore on March 28th.

The exhibition will continue till June 30th, so anime fans can gather in Singapore to catch the history and all the ninja animes created by Masashi Kishimoto.

To give you an insight, Naruto is one of the top-selling manga series, and it got its television series in December 2022. The same year, the manga celebrated its 20th anniversary with the Naruto: The Gallery exhibition.

Aside from the favorite manga series, you will witness how the characters walk their way through time, Iconic scenes, and obviously merchandise. You will also find photo booths and a cafe featuring all the dishes, including Naruto’s favorite Ichiraku Ramen and Sasuke’s Fire Meatballs.

The exhibition will be located in the Soundstage 28 of Universal Studios Singapore. It will feature the history of Naruto with a series of six storyboard, character art and video display.

Moreover, there will be a 3D depiction of Naruto’s hometown, Konohagakure, the hidden leaf village, a collection of iconic scenes, and a seven-minute 4D theater experience of the final battle scene.

Additionally, there will also be video work from Naruto by five Japanese artists: Ai Nina, Kohei Kadowaki, Kosuke Sugimoto, Kota Morie, and Que.

The exhibition is organized by Group IME and presented by Resort World Sentosa (RWS) and their touring partner, SL Experiences.

Singapore is the first destination outside of Japan in the Naruto: The Gallery tour, which makes it an exclusive event of a lifetime.

In Singapore, the exhibition ticket will cost $83 for adults and $62 for children. It will be open daily from 11 am to 6 pm.


Source: The Straits Times

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