|(ツキミチル, Tsuki Michiru)|
|Movie||Naruto the Movie 3: Guardians of the Crescent Moon Kingdom|
|Appears in||Movie only|
Michiru Tsuki (ツキミチル, Tsuki Michiru) is a character that appears in Naruto the Movie 3: Guardians of the Crescent Moon Kingdom and the current king of the Land of the Moon.
Due to his pampered upbringing, Michiru was spoiled, very dependent on others, and believed that money and materialistic goods is everything. Because of this, he was cheerful at most of the time, but would whine childishly when the situation got tough and become helpless due to being used having others protect him. It was only nearing the end that he built up the courage to help Naruto defeat Ishidate and Shabadaba, and learn that money is not everything.
Michiru hired Kakashi, Naruto, Sakura, and Lee as ninja bodyguards. When he went to visit his ex-wife Amayo, she had not recognised him since he had got fat. When she finally realised who he was, Amayo stated that Michiru hadn't changed one bit and that he still didn't know what the most important thing was, when he suggested that he gave Amayo a fortress or the whole Land of the Moon. After Michiru returned to the Land of the Moon, he mourned the death of his father at the hands of Ishidate.
When the still loyal soldiers of the Land of the Moon, along with the ninja he hired, attempt to use boats to get help from other lands, Michiru is abducted by Shabadaba's men and then was ordered to be hanged. Hikaru, the circus artists and Team Kakashi reached him in time to save him from being executed. After Naruto had his leg petrified, Michiru helps him up but he gets hit by Ishidate's sharp rocks. Screaming from the pain, Hikaru gives him courage to be brave through the pain and charges at Ishidate with Naruto's Crescent Moon Rasengan and kills Ishidate. After that, he lies down with Hikaru and Naruto and finally finds out what his ex-wife wanted from him in reality. During the credits, it is shown he is now exercising to lose his weight, and at the end while watching Naruto and the others leave, comments to Hikaru that they should go see his mother.