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NARUTO TV Animation 20th Anniversary Exhibition Malaysia happening from 7 October – 31 December 2023 at Pavilion Bukit Jalil

Malaysian NARUTO fans, get ready for Malaysia’s first NARUTO exhibition featuring the TV Animation 20th Anniversary is set to take place from 7 October – 31 December 2023 at Pavilion Bukit Jalil. “NARUTO TV Animation 20th Anniversary Exhibition Malaysia” promises to transport visitors into the captivating world of NARUTO, offering a unique opportunity to relive iconic scenes, transform into a Ninja and shop for exclusive merchandise at the accompanying pop-up store.

NARUTO, the beloved anime series first aired in 2002, chronicles the journey of Naruto Uzumaki, an orphan who dreams of becoming the Hokage. Over the years, the franchise has captured the hearts of millions worldwide and has become one of the highest-grossing franchises of all time, encompassing manga volumes, movies, and games.

NARUTO TV Animation 20th Anniversary Exhibition Malaysia will offer Malaysian NARUTO fans with immersive experiences including 3D sets, galleries of ninja tools and an exhilarating VR experience of NARUTO’s next generation enabling them to interact with their favourite characters from the NARUTO and BORUTO universe. Tickets for the “NARUTO X BORUTO VR” experience will be sold separately.

The exhibition will recreate eight classic scenes from the anime, capturing the ninja spirit with stunning light and sound effects. Perform ninjutsu in the field, be caught in Kakashi’s “Curse Sealing”, experience the final Uchiha brother’s moment and witness the legendary battle between Naruto and Sasuke in The Final Valley and more.

The exhibition also has pop-up store that sells limited-edition merchandise such as stationery and exclusive t-shirts to home goods, these items are exclusively available at the exhibition, making them must-have collectibles for fans.

Early Bird Tickets Available Now at RM58

As of now, the organiser is offerong early bird tickets for the “NARUTO TV Animation 20th Anniversary Exhibition Malaysia” from 12 September until 5 October at RM58 or RM88 for the package (Exhibition Ticket + VR Ticket). Tickets for children under the age of 12 are available at RM18 or RM48 for the package (Exhibition Ticket + VR Ticket). For more information regarding ticket options, please click here.

Visitors are entitled to one (1) free Scratch Card for every ticket purchased via my.bookmyshow.com during the early bird period. Redeem the Scratch Card* at the venue’s ticketing counter from 7 October – 31 December 2023 and stand a chance to win a prize. *while stock lasts

Celebrating NARUTO’s Largest Fan Gathering

Being this as the first NARUTO exhibition in Malaysia, the organiser is inviting NARUTO fans to come together for the opening of the “NARUTO TV Animation 20th Anniversary Exhibition Malaysia” on 7 October 2023, at 10 AM at Pavilion Bukit Jalil. Apart from aiming as Malaysia’s largest Naruto fan gathering, attendees for the opening who put on their best outfit inspired by their favourite characters will be eligible to receive exclusive merchandise. Click here to learn more. 

“NARUTO holds a very special place in its fans’ hearts. We’re thrilled for fans to get a chance to celebrate 20 years of the NARUTO anime and relive their favourite moments at the exhibition,” said Dato’ Brian Lim, Founder, MMIC Entertainment Group at the “NARUTO TV Animation 20th Anniversary Exhibition Malaysia”. “Fans from all walks of life have grown up with the franchise and we’re excited for them to continue their journey, reignite their NARUTO spirit and make new comrades along the way. We invite everyone to join us and experience the magic of NARUTO like never before – dattebayo!”.

This exhibition is a collaborative effort between Biz Trend Media, MMIC Entertainment Group, Sozo, I am Start Entertainment, Pavilion Bukit Jalil and Book My Show. For more information, please visit https://my.bookmyshow.com/e/N20EXMYS or contact mmic_entertainment@outlook.com

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