It’s the road to promotions because Naruto the Movie is everywhere in Japan! Towering over the great streets of Tokyo, Japan, are giant posters promoting Naruto and the movie!
Sunshine City, Japan has Road to Ninja: Naruto the Movie posters plastered in various locations too, including the Ikebukuro Train Station, Sunshine Aquarium, and Sunshine 60 Observatory. Actually, in the Sunshine 60 Observatory there are actually a whole bunch of drawings from the movie hung up too. You can see them by clicking here
In addition to posters at the Namco Namja Town indoor theme park, there are tickets, stickers, pins/badges, and food related to Road to Ninja and the Naruto universe.
For the food specifically, there is Ichiraku Ramen and Kakashi’s Sharingan dumplings. Additionally, there is a Rock Lee dessert made of gelato, marshmallow, chocolate, cracker, and gummy goodness and Gaara’s gourd ice made of flour, chocolate, and honey.
Café lounge, Air Ship, is offering tasty desserts, including a Rasengan float.
Seibuen Amusement Park in Japan is giving free stickers that have Naruto, Minato, and Kushina to their attendees.
Convenient store Lawson has released a nice poster of Naruto, Sakura, and Sasuke taking out cookies, candy, and what looks to be ramen.
The music and movie retailer HMV is giving out stickers and shirts.
Restaurant Gindaco is offering Takoyaki (a ball-shaped Japanese snack made of flour-based batter and octopus) with boxes that feature chibi Naruto, Minato, and Kushina along with a card and clear file.
Also known as Naruto Shippuden the Movie: Road to Ninja, Naruto Shippuden Movie 6, among others, Road to Ninja is the 9th movie overall in the Naruto series. It will debut in Japanese theaters July 28, 2012. Naruto’s creator, Masashi Kishimoto will be personally involved with the movie, creating the story and providing character designs. To learn more, please visit the Road to Ninja: Naruto the Movie section.