Ninja-themed Cafe Inspired by Naruto opens in Tokyo this July

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Hundreds of thousands of anime lovers and travel enthusiasts from different parts of the globe look forward to visit the Land of the Rising Sun. Japan is widely known as home to some of the world’s most iconic comics, manga characters and animation series Among the most well-loved Japanese animes are Dragon Ball Z, Pokemon and Naruto Shippuden. These animations gained tremendous popularity not only in their country of origin but also on a universal scale.


One of the most recent trends among commercial establishments in Japan especially in the food and service industry is the use of ninja inspired interior designs and aesthetics. This is especially made in order to stimulate the interest of both locals and foreign tourists who are into Japanese animes and manga series. This coming July 1, 2019, a Ninja Cafe and Bar is set to open at the heart of the capital city of Japan, particularly in Asakusa area, one of the most tourist-friendly parts of Tokyo.


The cafe aspires to attract anime lovers across Japan and from all over the world. The cafe showcases its very own VR ninja training dojo. Inspired by the popular anime, Naruto Shippuden, the VR Ninja Dojo seeks to merge guided ninjutsu training with a cool virtual reality experience. Aside from these action-packed sessions, the dojo also includes the use of shuriken or ninja stars and swordplay under the instructions of a master ninja. The Ninja Cafe likewise features kunoichi or lady ninjas who will be teaching cafe goers to make rice balls and throw shurikens.


Conceptualized by Holiday Jack, an innovative entertainment and events grroup, the Ninja Cafe aims to provide a one of a kind gastronomic experience that appeals to anime lovers and at the same time allows customers to enjoy an unforgettable dining experience. They have a wide variety of food selection and options in their menu, including but not limited to ninja themed curry, udon, hot pudding, among others. The cafe also caters to the distinctive dietary preferences of vegetarians, vegans and Muslims.



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