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Leaving shipping wars aside, weddings are supposed to be a happy occasion, and ninja weddings are no exception. In celebration of the Naruto Shippuden anime’s upcoming “Konoha Hiden: Shugen Biyori” (Konoha Hidden Legend: Perfect Weather for a Wedding) arc, the J-World Tokyo indoor theme park is dishing out new food items and goods.

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This “Naruto & Hinata’s Celebratory Ramen” is a bowl of noodles with the soup on the side, designed with the image of a wedding ceremony in mind. The ramen has shrimp and red fish in it, two items that are eaten at celebrations. This item will cost 880 yen (about USD $8).

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If you want to celebrate their wedding, grab a slice of “Naruto & Hinata’s Wedding Cake,” which is strawberry shortcake served with chocolate decorations and a cookie printed with Naruto and Hinata’s wedding portrait. This cake will cost 700 yen (USD $6).

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The centerpiece of this event, however, is the full-sized “Naruto & Hinata’s White Gateau Chocolat Wedding Cake.” This 33 cm x 24 cm (about 13″ x 9.5″) wedding cake is decorated with fruit and chocolate decorations made to look like a scroll celebrating Naruto and Hinata’s marriage, flowers, kunai, and a crane. This fancy cake must be reserved at least ten days in advance, and will cost 7,610 yen (USD $68).

Aside from the food, the J-World gift shops will also carry a variety of goods for a limited-time.

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Fans can pick one of eight of these 56 mm (2.2″) pins at random for the price of 378 yen (USD $3).


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A mobile battery with the main illustration for the event will retail for 5,000 yen (USD $44).

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A plastic folder set with two folders will be sold for 810 yen (USD $7).


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The event will also have an event-only set called the “Special Ninja War Tour: Edict From the Hokage! Prepare the Celebratory Items!!” set. It will include a J-World Tokyo passport (which gives admission to the park and unlimited access to attractions), a ticket for the “Fierce Fighting! Ninja World War Scroll!” attraction featuring Naruto characters including Sakura, Shikamaru, Rock Lee, and Kiba (characters available change depending on the day) as your guide, and a limited-edition tapestry (seen above).


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The set will cost 4,800 (USD $43) yen for adults and 4,600 (USD $41) yen for children up to middle school age if you want two characters to guide you during the attraction, or you could pay 700 yen more to get all four characters. If you don’t need the tapestry, all tickets are 1,600 yen cheaper. The set will be available on sale from February 6 to 12.

The event will last from February 25 to April 2 at “J-World Tokyo” in the Sunshine City shopping mall in Tokyo’s Ikebukuro district.

Naruto Shippuden is published on home video in North America by Viz Media, and is streamed by both Viz and Crunchyroll. The newest anime taking place in the Naruto world–Boruto–will premiere this spring.

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