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Naruto Art Exhibit TV Spots Aired

Tokyo’s Mori Arts Center Gallery—located on the 52nd floor of the Roppongi Hills Mori Tower Building—will be the first location to host the upcoming Naruto-ten art exhibit, which runs from April 25 to June 28. 

Anyone who pre-orders tickets with a bonus attached gets the Naruto-ten Premium Fan Book: New Legend – Book of Lightning, and the rest of the visitors will get the New Legend – Book of Wind fan book. One of the key components of each is a new, original 19-page Naruto manga by series creator Masashi Kishimoto.

In anticipation of the event, Shueisha rolled out a pair of promotional TV spots mentioning the 150-plus original pages of Naruto manga on display. 

Other items at the exhibit include a giant film screen with special footage, a model of Kishimoto’s desk, and a recreation of the scene in which Naruto tags the faces of the Hokage.

After the Tokyo showing, the exhibit will be held in Osaka at the Osaka Bunka-kan from July 18 to September 27.

Via Anime News Network

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