Sick of the showers? Can’t wait for May flowers? Well then, you might be interested to know that Masashi Kishimoto’s ninja story Naruto is inspiring two new umbrellas you might just have to get your hands on.
The Naruto Shippuden foldable umbrella’s Konoha variation features recognizable ninja symbols from the Village of the Hidden Leaf, like Anbu masks, kunai, Naruto’s frog wallet, the Uchiha clan symbol, and more.
The Naruto Shippuden foldable umbrella’s Akatsuki variation is black and decorated with the red cloud symbols that cover the uniforms of the members of evil group Akatsuki from the anime.
The handle of each umbrella features the symbol of Konoha and Akatsuki, respectively, and each umbrella comes with a cloth case for when it’s not in use.
The umbrellas will be available for the price of 3,200 yen (about US$29) each starting on April 29 at official Jump Shops all over Japan. Jump Shops are the official retailers for merchandise based on properties from Shueisha’s Shonen Jump magazine. You can find an English guide for those shops here.
The Naruto Shippuden anime ended its ten-year run last month. The sequel to that anime–BORUTO: Next Generations–is currently airing, and is available to watch for free with subtitles on Crunchyroll.