Awaji Island in Japan’s Hyōgo Prefecture is hosting a glamping experience that is sure to excite fans of Naruto and Boruto. Called Hokage no Villa, the accommodation is finished with design elements and nods to the much-loved manga and anime series, and includes fun experiences aimed at keeping all ages and groups entertained.
Opened at GRAND CHARIOT Hokutoshichisei 135°, the accommodation sleeps two to five people and is currently taking reservations. The playful room is based on the concept of a Hokage villa, or a room for the leader of the village from Naruto. The living room, bedroom and bathroom all have design elements from and nods to the franchise. Guests also receive a special gift set that includes a Naruto print, a Sasuke yukata (robe), rock candy, an umbrella and two towels.
Guests will also receive entry to a Naruto and Boruto attraction at the Nijigen no Mori theme park on the island, which includes an impressive interactive maze modelled on Konohagakure village from Naruto. Other characters include Crayon Shin-chan and Hello Kitty. Visitors can take part in fun challenges and trails, as well as dining at themed restaurants.
The glamping site is due to be open in all seasons and offers views of Kobe. Nijigen no Mori made headlines last year after it announced the creation of the world’s biggest Godzilla attraction, which was described as being 20-feet tall. Safety measures are currently in place to help keep the spread of COVID-19 at a minimum.
More information on the Naruto room is available at the official Grand Chariot website.