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Japan, Hong Kong, Taiwan! Naruto Stage Production Returns Summer 2016!

The musical “Live Spectacle Naruto” received a lot of praise from its performances last year in 2015 and now it will return from July 30 to August 28, 2016. At long last, Rock Lee, Ino Yamanaka and Shikamaru Nara have newly been added to the Live Spectacle cast and the powered-up stage will heat up fans’ hearts as well.


Don’t Forget: It All Ends 8/28!

Naruto is a Japanese ninja manga now loved by fans all over the world. To the disappointment of many fans, the series that has lasted 15 years ended in November 2014, but even now it possesses a deep-rooted popularity. We’re sure many fans from all over the world were delighted by the news that Naruto was returning this summer as a 2.5D musical production. This time the curtains open on July 30th (Sat) and go on for a month. However, you won’t want to miss the finale on August 28th (Sun), to say the least. There will be a live stream of the finale in Japanese, Hong Kong and Taiwanese cinemas. The live stream being aired across borders from Japan to overseas tells of the worldwide popularity of Naruto, but it’s also a precious opportunity for fans who cannot physically be at the live performance to experience Live Spectacle Naruto themselves in real-time.

Naruto Uzumaki

Sasuke Uchiha

Sakura Haruno

Kakashi Hatake




Live Spectacle Naruto


Location: Umeda Arts Theatre: Theatre Drama City
Performances: 7/30/2016 (Sat) to 8/7/2016 (Sun)
Information: Map


Location: AiiA 2.5 Theatre Tokyo
Performances: 8/13/2016 (Sat) to 8/28/2016 (Sun)
Information: Map

Official Website:


Live Streams

Date: 8/28/2016 (Sun)

<Japan>: 32 movie theatres across the country (click here for a list)
<Overseas>: Movie theatres in Hong Kong and Taiwan (*actual locations announced later)

Official Website:


With familiar characters recreated to look just like in Naruto, you won’t be able to take your eyes off this unique “Live Spectacle Naruto” production, its music or the powerful performance. Whether you go to the theatre or the cinema is up to you!

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Favorite genres are various aspects of Japanese otaku culture. Having been away from Japan for some time, there are many scenes where Azuki realizes the differences between international culture and Japanese culture. Through her own experience and knowledge, she hopes to deliver useful information to the international community who are interested in Japan.

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