J-World Tokyo Celebrates Naruto, Hinata's Wedding Novel with Cake
posted on by Jennifer Sherman
Namco's J-World Tokyo indoor theme park unveiled its "Naruto Shippūden Konoha Hiden: Shūgen Biyori in J-World Tokyo" event on Monday. The Naruto: Konoha Hiden - Shūgen Biyori (Naruto - Konoha Hidden Legend - A Good Day For a Wedding) novel is inspiring the event. The promotion will celebrate Naruto and Hinata's wedding from February 25 to April 2.
The J-Patisserie shop inside the park will offer a "gateau white chocolate" wedding cake for Naruto and Hinata during the event. The cake will feature character images, a scroll, cranes, a shuriken, a kunai, and other decorations. The cake will cost 7,610 yen (about US$68), and people who want to purchase the cake must order ten days in advance.
The event's food menu will also include:
Naruto and Hinata Shūgen Ramen (Tsukemen)
880 yen (US$8)
Naruto and Hinata Wedding Cake (Strawberry Shortcake)
700 yen (US$6)
The event's exclusive merchandise will include:
5,000 yen (US$45)
Set of 2 A4-size clear files
810 yen (US$7)
56-millimeter (about 2-inch) tin badges (eight varieties)
378 yen (US$3)
The event will feature the "Fierce Fighting! Ninja World Battle Picture Scroll!!" attraction and a "ninja battle tour" experience with performers dressed as Sakura, Shikamaru, Kiba, and Rock Lee. A limited-edition ticket set with admission to the park, a one-character ninja battle tour, and exclusive goods will cost 4,800 yen (US$43) for adults and 4,600 yen (US$41) for children. The same tickets with a two-character tour will cost 5,500 yen (US$49) for adults and 5,300 yen (US$47) for children. The same tickets without the exclusive merchandise will cost 1,600 yen (US$14) less per ticket.
J-World Tokyo's already hosted an event for the Naruto: Sasuke's Story - Sunrise (Naruto: Sasuke Shinden - Raikō) novel this winter. Previous Naruto promotions include a haunted house, ramen shop, and more food items.
The Naruto Shippūden television anime will continue adapting the three epilogue novels through February.
Source: Comic Natalie