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'Naruto'-themed suite at glamping resort will enhance your stay at Awaji Island Anime Park

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By Ben K, grape Japan

Nijigen no Mori, otherwise known as Awaji Island Anime Park, has attracted fans of the international hit manga and anime franchise "Naruto" (and "Boruto") since it opened last year, offering a fun and interactive adventure where visitors can enjoy the world of Naruto while engaging in various trials and challenges, explore a maze, appreciate statues of their favorite characters, and dine at themed restaurants.

Out of town visitors often like to stay at the Hotel GRAND CHARIOT Hokutoshichisei 135°, a glamping resort on Awaji Island not far from the park where you can gaze on beautiful starry skies, dine on locally-sourced Awaji Island ingredients and enjoy the unparalleled vista overlooking Kobe in the distance.

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The view from the hotel Photo: PR Times

Hokage's Villa

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Now visitors can stay in a Naruto-themed suite called "Hokage's Villa" 火影の別荘 hokage no besso.

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Playful elements abound in this suite where you'll find your favorite characters and scenes from the anime, not to mention themed yukata loungewear and other amenities and goods only available here.

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In addition, guests will receive a free ticket to the "NARUTO & BORUTO Shinobi Zato" at Awaji Island Anime Park.

NARUTO & BORUTO Shinobi Zato

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Hidden Leaf Village Photo: PR Times

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BORUTO attraction "Ten no Maki" Photo: PR Times

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NARUTO attraction "Chi no Maki" Photo: PR Times

Details

The suite, which can accommodate up to 5 people, and includes admission to "NARUTO & BORUTO Shinobi Zato," is available from 93,000 yen plus tax and service charge

For more detailed information on the suite, dinner plans, goods and amenities, check the Hokage Vista page at the resort's website here.

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Cool !!..

I hear in the distance the cry and moan of the haters, lot of tears.. LOOOOOOOL !!!..

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I would love to go to this park once. Naruto is a great movie. I have watched it many times and I am totally fond of it. It is more than for entertainment, it gives me many great lessons. 

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