Naruto exhibition makes global debut at Universal Studios Singapore

Anime fans can look forward to the international debut of Naruto: The Gallery at Universal Studios Singapore (USS) in Resorts World Sentosa from March 28 to June 30.

Naruto is celebrated worldwide for its characters, world-building, and the theme of perseverance, friendship, and self-discovery, and is one of the best-selling manga series of all time.

Fans of Naruto can visit the Naruto: The Gallery at Universal Studios Singapore from March 28 to June 30

The exhibition in Singapore will bring to life the iconic world of shinobi (ninja) created by Masashi Kishimoto. From character profiles to iconic scenes, visitors will experience up close the evolution of the beloved anime series.

Located at Soundstage 28 in USS, Naruto: The Gallery will showcase the narrative and history of Naruto through a series of six areas with storyboards, character art and video displays. Highlights will include a diorama of Naruto’s hometown as well as a seven-minute screening of the final battle in a 4D theatre. Additionally, the exhibition also features exclusive video works of iconic scenes from Naruto by five Japanese animation artists, and guests can take photos with Naruto characters at the end of the exhibition.

There will also be a special pop-up Naruto: The Gallery Café located at KT’s Grill, which will feature dishes inspired by the series. Official exhibition merchandise will also be available.

Naruto: The Gallery is included with regular admission to USS, which is priced at S$83 (US$61) per adult and S$62 per child.

For more information, visit Resorts World Sentosa.

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