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|Zai no Sho|
|(NARUTO-ナルト- 秘伝・在の書 オフィシャルムービーBOOK, NARUTO Hiden: Zai no Sho Ofisharu MūbīBOOK)|
|Previous||Retsu no Sho|
|Japanese||August 7, 2015|
The Naruto Secret: Scroll of Country Official Moviebook (NARUTO-ナルト- 秘伝・在の書 オフィシャルムービーBOOK, NARUTO Hiden: Zai no Sho Ofisharu MūbīBOOK) is the eighth of the supplementary guidebooks on the Naruto series authored by Masashi Kishimoto. It was created exclusively for Boruto: Naruto the Movie.
- Boruto Uzumaki (p. 26)
- Naruto Uzumaki (p. 27)
- Sasuke Uchiha (p. 28)
- Sarada Uchiha (p. 29)
- Mitsuki (p. 30)
- Hinata and Himawari Uzumaki (p. 31)
- Sakura Uchiha, Konohamaru Sarutobi and Shikamaru Nara (p. 32)
- Gaara, Kurotsuchi, Darui and Chōjūrō (p. 33)
- Sai, Rock Lee and Metal Lee (p. 34)
- Shikadai Nara, Inojin Yamanaka and Chōchō Akimichi (p. 35)
- Shinki, Yodo and Araya (p. 36)
- Yurui, Toroi and Tarui (p. 37)
- Katasuke (p. 38)
- Kinshiki (p. 39)
- Momoshiki (p. 40)
- By scanning the back cover with the official Naruto app's "Sharingan Camera" feature, an additional illustration by Kishimoto can be viewed.
- The names of the guidebooks come a from a kuji-in: a collection of nine hand postures used in meditation. These kuji-in have found their way into ninja folklore as a kind of magic spells. The kuji-in the guidebooks were named after is Rin-pyō-tō-sha-kai-jin-retsu-zai-zen (臨兵闘者皆陣裂在前), with the Zai no Sho being named after the eighth.