Get ready to embark on a nostalgic journey through the Hidden Leaf Village as the highly anticipated Naruto TV Animation 20th Anniversary Exhibition makes its way to Singapore.

Taking place from 29 May to 2 July at Marina Square’s Let’s Play, this exhibition is a tribute to Masashi Kishimoto’s groundbreaking creation and promises an immersive experience like no other for fans of all ages.

Prepare to be transported into the world of shinobi as you explore the exhibition’s interactive displays, stunning artwork, and immersive installations that captures iconic scenes and memorable moments that have defined Naruto’s legacy.

Relive iconic moments and 8 unforgettable scenes

Take a nostalgic trip down memory lane as the Naruto TV Animation 20th Anniversary Exhibition recreates eight iconic scenes from the Naruto series, starting with the heartfelt episode of Naruto sitting alone on a swing, willfully observing his fellow ninja school graduates, before travelling through the pivotal story arcs, including the intense clash between Naruto and Sasuke in “The Final Valley” and the exhilarating “Debut of the Sage Mode”.

Naruto and Minato. Photo: Naruto TV Animation 20th Anniversary Exhibition

The exhibition offers more than just revisiting the series, but allows for immersive experiences. Unleash your inner Shinobi at five interactive experiences that will make you feel like a true ninja. Revisit The Five Great Nations at the Naruto World Map and snap a photo with the Great Lord Elder. Summon your own beast with the Ninja Art: Super Beast Scroll technique and capture the perfect photo together. You can also test your Naruto knowledge with the Light Box Paper Door by guessing characters through their silhouettes. Featured in the Boruto series, the 7th Hokage Office serves as a testament to the enduring legacy of the Naruto universe.

You can also experience the characters’ signature moves, such as Sasuke’s “Mangekyo Sharingan” of Sasuke, Kakashi’s “Curse Sealing”, and of course, Naruto’s iconic “Rasengan” and Sasuke’s formidable “Chidori”.

Also on display at the exhibition are a collection of rare artefacts and exclusive memorabilia. Marvel at the original sketches, character designs, storyboards, and authentic costumes straight from the anime, each representing a tangible piece of the series’ creative process.

While photography of the original sketches is strictly prohibited, the opportunity to immerse yourself in their intricate details is a visual feast in itself. You’ll also have the opportunity to get up close with life-sized statues of your favourite characters, including Naruto, Sasuke, Sakura, and many more.  

Naruto Rasengan. Photo: Naruto TV Animation 20th Anniversary Exhibition

An immersive VR experience

If the installations are not enough to quench your fanaticism, take it one step further and immerse yourself in a virtual ninja world. At the Naruto X Boruto VR Experience ($25), you will take on the role of a ninja and engage in heart-pounding action as you fight and interact with AI-driven characters during challenging missions. Your ultimate test awaits as you confront the formidable final boss.

This exclusive VR roleplaying paid experience is a must-try for devoted fans, providing a unique opportunity to live out your ninja fantasies. Not only will you receive a special participation token as a memento of your experience, but there is also an enticing mystery grand prize awaiting those who conquer all objectives and emerge victorious against the boss.

Discover exclusive merchandise for die-hard Naruto fans

Explore the exhibition’s specially designed pop-up store transformed into a vibrant ninja village, and discover a treasure trove of limited-edition merchandise that can only be found at the exhibition. Treat yourself to a delightful Keeppley Building Block sets, featuring iconic moments from the show, such as Naruto and Hinata’s heartwarming wedding ceremony ($29.9). Alternatively, spice up your wardrobe with the latest Naruto T-shirts ($50) or spruce up your home with authentic Figurines from $18 and Naruto-themed Floormats for $30.

Hidden leaf village merchandise store. Photo: Naruto TV Animation 20th Anniversary Exhibition

Tickets for the Naruto TV Animation 20th Anniversary Exhibition are now on sale via SISTIC, Klook or Trip.com. Early-bird ticket prices start from $19, while normal ticket prices are starts from $22.

Naruto TV Animation 20th Anniversary Exhibition

Date: 29 May-2 Jul 2023

Location: Let’s Play @ #03-208/209, Marina Square, 6 Raffles Blvd, Singapore 039594
Opening hours: 10am-7:45pm

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