Image: Fuji-Q Highland
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Amusement park Fuji-Q Highland is opening the closest we’ll see to a Naruto-land, filled with attractions based on the popular ninja anime and manga.

According to Kyodo, the Naruto-themed area is nearly 28,000 square feet and will feature attractions like an indoor ride in which guests wear 3D glasses and shoot targets (pictured). There will also be a Naruto museum and a Naruto ramen restaurant. 

Image: Fuji-Q Highland

Of course, Boruto: Naruto Next Generations will be featured front and center as well.

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The Naruto area will open on July 26 at the Yamanashi theme park.