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This is the article on the messenger toad. For the Konohagakure shinobi, head to Kosuke Maruboshi. For other uses, see Kosuke (disambiguation).
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コウスケ Kōsuke
Manga Volume #45, Naruto Chapter #421
Anime Naruto Shippūden Episode #157
Appears in Anime, Manga
Voice Actors
Gender Gender Male Male
Species Toad
Status Deceased
  • Messenger Toad

Kōsuke (コウスケ, Kōsuke) was a messenger toad from Mount Myōboku.

Personality Edit

He seemed to be a very happy and cheerful toad, and took orders without hesitation.

Appearance Edit

Kōsuke was predominantly red in colour with blue markings around his eyes and on the top of his head. He also wore a pair of green goggles. On his back he had the kanji for the word "gold" (, kin).

Abilities Edit

Kōsuke was renown for his high speed and his outstanding stamina.[1]

Part II Edit

Pain's Assault Edit

When Naruto Uzumaki goes to Mount Myōboku to train, Kōsuke is left in Konohagakure to become a sort of emissary between the toads and the Hidden Leaf Village. He was placed under the direct command of Tsunade, so that she may contact Naruto if trouble ever arose. When Konohagakure is finally under attack by the Akatsuki members Pain and Konan, Kōsuke attempts to inform Mount Myōboku to call Naruto back. However, before he could do so, he is killed by Danzō Shimura, who wants to keep the toads and Naruto in the dark, so that any possibility of Naruto being captured by Akatsuki is hindered. Despite this, Naruto is eventually informed anyway after Gamatama, Mount Myōboku's name-registration clerk, noticed Kōsuke's name missing from the toad summoning contract.

Trivia Edit

References Edit

  1. 1.0 1.1 Fourth Databook, page 209

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