The Great Naruto Bridge (なると大橋, Naruto Ōhashi) is a long, wide bridge that was built and completed in the Land of Waves Arc by Tazuna. He built the bridge to connect the Land of Waves to the Land of Fire, thus freeing his country from Gatō's trade monopoly. After Team 7 helped him complete the bridge by fending off Gatō's assassins, he named the bridge after Naruto Uzumaki for he had been a major part of the reason that the bridge was completed.
In Part II, Sasuke Uchiha, a former member of Team 7, brought Suigetsu to the Land of Waves to retrieve Zabuza's Kubikiribōchō from his grave. When Sasuke saw the bridge, he saw that it was named after Naruto, he briefly smiled thinking about the past then grunted and continued to the grave site.
- The bridge is frequently a selectable battle stage in Part I video games.
- There is an actual bridge named the Great Naruto Bridge (大鳴門橋, Ōnaruto-kyō). It is located between the city of Naruto, Tokushima and Awaji Island and crosses the Naruto strait, famous for its whirlpools (Uzumaki (渦巻き) is a Japanese word for whirlpool).