You know how sometimes, you’re determined to do something, accomplish something, and it somehow never goes through? It happens to me all the time, and I almost thought I wouldn’t be able to make it to the Naruto exhibition in Roppongi, Tokyo. I’ve been reading the manga series since I was 14 or 15, and I was faithfully watching the TV series until I moved to Japan, and then I stopped. I just didn’t have time, or so I thought. Anyways, I had half a day off last weekend and decided this would be my last chance to visit the exhibit. And boy was I in for something amazing – an exhibit that left me in awe, bringing back many memories of the series before I stopped reading and watching it, and the very ending that I have yet to explore. All I have to say is, Masashi Kishimoto is a true genius, as well as his team that brought Naruto and his world to life. Now, I must reread and re-watch every book and episode.

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NARUTO展、行かれたんですね!
わたしはNARUTOは読んでいなかったのですが、
絵に迫力があってかっこいい。
行きたくなってきました。

akiko

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Great post!
<3

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This looks really cool and those cookies(?!) YUM!

xx Naomi in Wonderland

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oh wow how cool is that since Naruto cookies.
maybe you fancy a F4F? would be happy. =)

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My husband watched this but I was never into it! For some reason I was more hooked on Bleach 🙂 But I love going to exhibitions that show manga/anime. There was one around here where it showed the history of it and also gaming and it was really great!

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The reason why I love Japan is because the exhibitions are so good! I wanna go to Doraemon one hehe

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ohh im so jealous! i love naruto!

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Omg! You're so lucky! I'm basically the same way; I grew up with Naruto, and it's definitely one of my favorite mangas to date 🙂 The Naruto themed cookies are adorable!

Steph | Opal & Opal formerly Hello Stephni

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