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Later this month, an exhibition to mark Naruto’s conclusion kicks off in Tokyo.

On display, there will be original art, a theater showing Naruto scenes, and displays that bring the manga and anime to life—and more.

Also, Famitsu and Fashion Press report that visitors will be able to purchase original items, and nearly thirty restaurants in Tokyo’s Roppongi Hills will also be serving up Naruto themed meals.

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The Naruto exhibition gets underway on April 25 at the Mori Arts Center Gallery in Roppongi Hills. It will run until June 28, with the exhibit moving to Osaka until September 27.

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