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Naruto Incense Workshop Adds Two More Molds

From June 22 to September 1, 2024, two new molds will be available at the NarutoxBoruto Shinobizato attraction’s solid incense making workshop. You’ll be able make incense that resemble the Uzumaki clan mark and the Sharingan. [Thanks, PR Times!]

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In total, there will be twelve different molds you can use to create your own unique incense. This workshop is only available until September 1, 2024, and it opened up on March 16, 2024. As of the time of writing (and until June 22, 2024), there is a total of ten different moulds you can use. These include the Hidden Leaf Village mark, the Uchiha clan mark, and the Akatsuki mark. There is a fee of 500 JPY ($3.20) in order to participate in the workshop. However, you’ll also need to purchase a ticket for anime amusement park Nijigen no Mori, which is where the NarutoxBoruto Shinobizato event is. Tickets can cost 14,800 JPY ($93.85).

The event is a collaboration between Naruto and Awaji Fragrance, which dominates 70% of the incense market in Japan. At the incense workshop, you’ll be able to choose not only the mould (what the incense will ultimately look like), but also the color, essential oil, and fragrance.

The Naruto incense making workshop at Nijigen no Mori is only available until September 1, 2024.


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