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* On the underside of Gama-chan, a white strip can be seen. The strip roughly says {{translation|Naruto's Wallet|なるとさいふ|Naruto Saifu}}.
 
* On the underside of Gama-chan, a white strip can be seen. The strip roughly says {{translation|Naruto's Wallet|なるとさいふ|Naruto Saifu}}.
 
* It might be based on the Chan Chu, the ''Lucky Money Toad'', a Chinese symbol of prosperity depicted as a frog sitting on top of a pile of coins with a coin in its mouth.
 
* It might be based on the Chan Chu, the ''Lucky Money Toad'', a Chinese symbol of prosperity depicted as a frog sitting on top of a pile of coins with a coin in its mouth.
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This is the article on Naruto's wallet. If you are looking for the article on the giant toad that resides at Mount Myōboku, head to Gama.
Gama-chan
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Name
Kanji ガマちゃん
Rōmaji Gama-chan
Literal English Toad-chan
English TV Froggy
Debut
Manga Chapter #150
Anime Naruto Episode #86
Game Naruto Shippūden: Ultimate Ninja Storm Generations
Appears in Anime, Manga, Game

Gama-chan is Naruto Uzumaki's toad shaped wallet. Gama-chan's presence and brief appearances in the series are used for comic relief. Naruto cares for "Gama-chan" and refers to it as if it were a pet, saying that it's happy when it's fat and full of money. He gets disappointed and indignant whenever Jiraiya's jaunts out for "research" would end up with Naruto broke, and Gama-chan emaciated.

When Tsunade made a bet with Naruto on whether he could master the Rasengan in a week, she took a money-filled Gama-chan as his part of the wager.

Trivia

  • During the Three-Tails Arc, when Naruto asks Konohamaru to buy snacks for Gamatatsu and Gamakichi, Gama-chan's eyes lack the white border around them.
  • On the underside of Gama-chan, a white strip can be seen. The strip roughly says Naruto's Wallet (なるとさいふ, Naruto Saifu).
  • It might be based on the Chan Chu, the Lucky Money Toad, a Chinese symbol of prosperity depicted as a frog sitting on top of a pile of coins with a coin in its mouth.

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