Previously Unreleased Key Frames to Be Displayed for First Time at Naruto Exhibit in Osaka; Includes Key Frames from Boruto Movie as Well

The Tokyo stop of the exhibit “Serialization Conclusion Commemoration: Masashi Kishimoto Naruto Exhibit,” held from April 25 to June 28, came to a close as a resounding success. Being the first exhibit for Naruto which has gained a tremendously following in Japan and overseas, this large event drew the attention of many fans, and now it is moving on to Osaka beginning July 18. The event features, of course, many key artworks from the manga’s serialization, as well as models of famous scenes and an intense theater, and it has been confirmed that the Osaka exhibit will feature new artworks and goods to be released for the first time.

The largest highlight of the exhibit is the illustrated visuals to the new movie Boruto: Naruto the Movie to be released on Saturday, Aug. 7. In addition, a variety of artworks will be newly displayed, including the cover illustration to the artbook Uzumaki Naruto, the cover illustration to the final volume of the Naruto Jump comic, and more. Visitors will be able to experience at the Osaka exhibit new charms to Naruto different from those displayed at the Tokyo exhibit.

There will also be a change of displays for the first and second halves of the Osaka exhibit including key art from the short Weekly Shonen Jump serialization, Naruto Gaiden: Nanadaime no Hokage to Akairo no Hanatsuzuki (Naruto Side Story: The Seventh Hokage and the Scarlet Spring).

The first half of the exhibit will run from July 18 to Aug. 21, and the second half from Aug. 22 to Sept. 27. Though the carefully selected episode “Connected Hearts” will be on display, aside from the display changes outlined above, the content of the exhibit will be unchanged from the Tokyo exhibit.

Also, similarly to the Tokyo exhibit, there will be over 150 precious key artworks on display focusing on the famous scenes that represent the series and its moving story. With an original theater exclusive to the exhibit, figures of popular characters, and 3D recreations of famous scenes, visitors will be able to experience the world of Naruto from a multifaceted approach. Countless artworks drawn just for the exhibit by series creator Masashi Kishimoto will also be on display, and the exhibit’s plentiful incorporation of elements that can only be savored at the venue is another of its charms.

A new lineup of merchandise will also be added for the Osaka exhibit. First up is a T-shirt featuring the future Hokage available in three sizes: small, medium, and large. There will also be a set titled “Naruto Mikuji” that includes an o-mikuji (fortune-telling paper), sticker, and netsuke (miniature carving), as well as reproduction art prints of Naruto and Kurama. A variety of other new merchandise will also be available at the exhibit including clear files, postcards, clear posters, and more.

Advance tickets to the exhibit will be on sale until Friday, July 17 at Loppi machines located in Lawson and Mini Stop stores throughout Japan, as well as on the web site Lawson Ticket. Those who purchase an advance ticket that includes a bonus will receive the Naruto Exhibit Premium Fan Book: Shinden: Ikazuchi no Sho (Naruto Premium Fan Book: New Story: Book of Lightning) which includes a specially created 19-page manga different from Shinden: Kaze no Sho (New Story: Book of Wind).

“Serialization Conclusion Commemoration: Masashi Kishimoto Naruto Exhibit” Official Site

Source: animeanime
Source article written by Yuma

Previously Unreleased Key Frames to Be Displayed for First Time at Naruto Exhibit in Osaka; Includes Key Frames from Boruto Movie as Well 1
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