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This is a list of media franchise associated with the anime and manga series Naruto created by Masashi Kishimoto. The franchise also consists of a series of OVAs, movies, soundtracks, video games, trading cards, and other collectibles, such as figurines.

Manga volumes

The anime version of Naruto is produced by Studio Pierrot and directed by Hayato Date. It began broadcasting in Japan on October 10, 2002, on TV Tokyo.

The English version the anime is licensed by VIZ Media. Naruto began broadcasting in the United States on September 10, 2005, on Cartoon Network's Toonami block and in Canada on September 16 2005 on YTV's Bionix block.

Voice actors (Seiyū)

Character Japanese version English version
Main Characters
Naruto Uzumaki Junko Takeuchi Maile Flanagan
Sasuke Uchiha Noriaki Sugiyama Yuri Lowenthal
Sakura Haruno Chie Nakamura Kate Higgins
Kakashi Hatake Kazuhiko Inoue Dave Wittenberg
Konoha Genin
Shikamaru Nara Shōtaro Morikubo Tom Gibis
Ino Yamanaka Ryoka Yuzuki Colleen O'Shaughnessey
Chōji Akimichi Kentarō Itō Robbie Rist
Kiba Inuzuka Kōsuke Toriumi Kyle Hebert
Hinata Hyūga Nana Mizuki Stephanie Sheh
Shino Aburame Shinji Kawada Derek Stephen Prince
Rock Lee Yoichi Masukawa Brian Donovan
Neji Hyūga Kōichi Tōchika Steve Staley
Tenten Yukari Tamura Danielle Judovits
Other Ninja of Konoha
Iruka Umino Toshihiko Seki Quinton Flynn
Shizune Keiko Nemoto Megan Hollingshead
Sai Satoshi Hino
Yamato Rikiya Koyama
Might Guy Masashi Ebara Skip Stellrecht
Asuma Sarutobi Jūrōta Kosugi Doug Erholtz
Kurenai Yūhi Rumi Ochiai Mary Elizabeth McGlynn
Konohamaru Sarutobi Ikue Ōtani
Akiko Koike
Colleen O'Shaughnessey
Moegi Noriko Shitaya Wendee Lee
Udon Tomo Shigematsu Kate Higgins
Ibiki Morino Taiten Kusunoki Kim Strauss
Anko Mitarashi Takako Honda Julianne Buescher
Izumo Kamizuki Tomohiro Tsuboi Richard Cansino
Kotetsu Hagane Tomoyuki Kouno Liam O'Brien
Raido Namiashi Hiroshi Tsuchida Patrick Seitz
Genma Shiranui Hiroaki Hirata Johnny Yong Bosch
Aoba Yamashiro Wally Wingert
Hayate Gekkō Nozomu Sasaki Lex Lang
Hizashi Hyūga Kazuaki Ito John DeMita
Ebisu Nobuo Tobita Crispin Freeman
Inoichi Yamanaka Daiki Nakamura Kyle Hebert
Shikaku Nara Hiroshi Yanaka Jonathan Fahn
Chōza Akimichi Nobuaki Fukuda Michael Sorich
Shibi Aburame Kenji Hamada Crispin Freeman
Mizuki Shinichirō Miki Michael Reisz
Dan Katō Takuma Suzuki Roger C. Smith
The Sannin
Jiraiya Hōchū Ōtsuka David Lodge
Tsunade Masako Katsuki Debi Mae West
Orochimaru Kujira Steve Blum
The Hokage
First Hokage Takayuki Sugo Jamieson Price
Second Hokage Kenyū Horiuchi Peter Lurie
Third Hokage Hidekatsu Shibata Steve Kramer
Land of the Waves
Tazuna Takeshi Aono Kirk Thornton
Inari Kiyosaka Ishikawa Mona Marshall
Tsunami Misa Watanabe Cindy Robinson
Kaiza Takahiro Takase Wally Wingert
Zabuza Momochi Unshō Ishizuka Steve Blum
Haku Mayumi Asano Susan Dalian
Gatō Naoki Bandō Fred Tatasciore
Sunagakure
Gaara Akira Ishida Liam O'Brien
Temari Romi Paku Tara Platt
Kankuro Yasuyuki Kase Michael Lindsay
Baki George Nakata Sam Regal
Fourth Kazekage Masahiko Tanaka Crispin Freeman
Yashamaru Sōichirō Hoshi Brian Beacock
Shukaku Hiroshi Iwasaki Kirk Thornton
Chiyo Ikuko Tani
Ebizō Ken Shiroyama
Yūra Hideo Watanabe
Otogakure
Kabuto Yakushi Nobutoshi Canna Henry Dittman
Dosu Kinuta Daisuke Egawa John DeMita
Zaku Abumi Keiji Okuda Sam Regal
Kin Tsuchi Akiko Koike Stephanie Sheh
Tayuya Akeno Watanabe Kari Wahlgren
Jirōbō Kenta Miyake Michael Sorich
Kidomaru Susumu Chiba Peter Lurie
Sakon and Ukon Shunsuke Sakuya Brian Beacock
Kimimaro Toshiyuki Morikawa Keith Silverstein
Akatsuki
Itachi Uchiha Hideo Ishikawa Crispin Freeman
Kisame Hoshigaki Tomoyuki Dan Kirk Thornton
Deidara Katsuhiko Kawamoto
Sasori Takahiro Sakurai
Sasori (as puppet) Yutaka Aoyama
Zetsu Nobuo Tobita Brian Beacock
Michael Sorich
Tobi Wataru Takagi
Other characters
Teuchi Eisuke Asakura Lex Lang
Ayame Yuko Satō Julianne Buescher
Nawaki Yumiko Kobayashi Brianne Siddall
Homura Mitokado Mitsuru Miyata Beau Billingslea
Koharu Utatane Junko Midori Jeannie Elias
Danzō Hiroshi Ito
Nine-Tailed Demon Fox Tesshō Genda Paul St. Peter
Pakkun Shinpachi Tsuji JB Blanc
Gamabunta Takeshi Watabe Michael Sorich
Gamakichi Youji Ueda Dave Wittenberg
Gamatatsu Tomo Shigematsu Dave Wittenberg
Manda Masuo Amada Richard Epcar
Katsuyu Mamiko Noto Mari Devon

Naruto music

Naruto opening sequences (Japanese version)

# Title Transliteration/Translation Artist Episodes
1 R★O★C★K★S (n/a) Hound Dog 1-25
2 遥か彼方 Haruka Kanata, "Far Away" Asian Kung-Fu Generation 26-53
3 悲しみをやさしさに Kanashimi o Yasashisa ni, "Sadness into Kindness" little by little 54-77
4 GO!!! Fighting Dreamers FLOW 78-103
5 青春狂騷曲 Seishun Kyōsōkyoku, "Youth's Rhapsody" サンボマスター (Sanbomasutā, "Sambomaster") 104-128
6 ノーボーイ・ノークライ Nō bōi - Nō kurai, "No Boy, No Cry" STANCE PUNKS 129-153
7 波風サテライト Namikaze Sateraito, "Discord Satellite" シュノーケル (Shunōkeru, "Snowkel") 154-178
8 Re:member (n/a) FLOW 179-202
9 ユラユラ Yura Yura, "Wavering" Hearts Grow 203-220

Naruto ending sequences (Japanese version)

# Title Transcription/Translation Artist Episodes
1 Wind (ワインド) Waindo, "Wind" 明星 (Akeboshi) 1-25
2 ハルモニア Harumonia, "Harmonia" Rythem 26-51
3 ビバ★ロック~japanese side~ Biba★Rokku~japanese side~, "Viva★Rock~japanese side~" ORANGE RANGE 52-64
4 ALIVE (n/a) 雷鼓 (Raiko) 65-77
5 今まで何度も Ima made Nando mo, "Many Times Before" ザ・マスミサイル (Za Masumisairu, "The Massmissile") 78-89
6 流星 Ryūsei, "Meteor" TiA 90-103
7 マウンテン・ア・ゴーゴー・ツー Maunten-a-gōgō-tsū, "Mountain a Go Go Two" キャプテンストライダム (Kyaputen Sutoraidam, "Captain Straydum") 104-115
8 はじめて君としゃべった Hajimete Kimi to Shabetta, "The First Time I Spoke With You" ガガガSP (GagagaSP) 116-128
9 失くした言葉 Nakushita Kotoba, "Lost Words" No Regret Life 129-141
10 スピード Supīdo, "Speed" アナログフィッシュ (Anarogu Fisshu, "Analog Fish") 142-153
11 そばにいるから Soba ni iru kara, "Because You are With Me", or "Because I am With You" アマドリ ("AMADORI") 154-165
12 パレード Parēdo, "Parade" Chaba 166-178
13 Yellow Moon (n/a) 明星 (Akeboshi) 179-191
14 ピノキオ Pinokio, "Pinocchio" オレスカバンド (Ore Suka Bando, "Ore Ska Band") 192-202
15 シナリオ Shinario, "Scenario" SABOTEN 203-220

Naruto movie themes (Japanese version)

Title Transcription/Translation Artist Movie
Home Sweet Home (n/a) YUKI Naruto the Movie
Ding! Dong! Dang! (n/a) Tube Naruto the Movie 2
つぼみ Tsubomi, "Flower Bud" Maria Naruto the Movie 3

Naruto opening sequences (English dub)

# Title Transcription/Translation Artist Episodes
1 Rise, Tsuyosa! Rise, Power! Jeremy Sweet and Ian Nickus 1-52
2 遥か彼方 Haruka Kanata, "Far Away" Asian Kung-Fu Generation 53-77
3 GO!!! Fighting Dreamers FLOW 78-103
4 青春狂騷曲 Seishun Kyōsōkyoku, "Youth's Rhapsody" サンボマスター (Sanbomasutā, "Sambomaster") 104-128
5 ノーボーイ・ノークライ Nō bōi - Nō kurai, "No Boy, No Cry" STANCE PUNKS 129-153
6 波風サテライト Namikaze Sateraito, "Discord Satellite" シュノーケル (Shunōkeru, "Snowkel") 154-

Naruto ending sequences (English dub)

# Title Transcription/Translation Artist Episodes
1 Rise, Tsuyosa! (instrumental) Rise, Power! (instrumental) Jeremy Sweet and Ian Nickus 1-

Naruto movie themes (English Dub)

Title Transcription/Translation Artist Movie
Never Give Up (n/a) Jeremy Sweet and Ian Nickus Naruto the Movie

Naruto Shippūden music

Naruto Shippūden opening sequences (Japanese version)

# Title Transcription/Translation Artist Episodes
1 Hero's Come Back!! (n/a) nobodyknows+ 1-30
2 distance (n/a) Long Shot Party 31-53
3 ブルーバード Burū Bādo, "Blue Bird"' いきものがかり (Ikimono-Gakari) 54-

Naruto Shippūden ending sequences (Japanese version)

# Title Transcription/Translation Artist Episodes
1 流れ星 ~Shooting Star~ Nagareboshi ~Shooting Star~ HOME MADE 家族 (Home Made Kazoku) 1-18
2 道 ~to you all Michi ~ to you all, "Path ~ to you all" Alüto 19-30
3 キミモノガタリ Kimi monogatari, "Your Story" little by little 31-41
4 目覚めろ!野性 Mezamero! Yasei, "Awaken! Wild" MATCHY with QUESTION? 42-53
5 素直な虹 Sunao na Niji, "Gentle Rainbow" SURFACE 54-
6 Broken Youth (n/a) NICO Touches the Walls -

Naruto Shippūden movie themes (Japanese version)

# Title Transcription/Translation Artist Episodes
1 Lie-Lie-Lie (n/a) DJ OZMA Naruto: Shippūden the Movie

Soundtracks

  • Naruto Original Soundtrack
  • Naruto Original Soundtrack II
  • Naruto Original Soundtrack III
  • Naruto: Best Hit Collection
  • Naruto: Best Hit Collection 2
  • NARUTO IN ROCK -The Very Best Hit Collection Instrumental Version-
  • Naruto Video Game Soundtrack
  • Naruto the Movie: Snow Princess' Book of Ninja Arts Soundtrack
  • Naruto the Movie 2: The Illusionary Ruins at the Depths of the Earth Soundtrack
  • Naruto the Movie 3: The Animal Riot of Crescent Moon Island Original Soundtrack
  • Naruto Shippūden the Movie: Original Soundtrack
  • Naruto Shippūden: Original Soundtrack

OVAs

Movies

  • Naruto the Movie: Ninja Clash in the Land of Snow (ナルト 大活劇!雪姫忍法帖だってばよ!!, Naruto Daikatsugeki! Yukihime Ninpōchō!, "Naruto Great action picture! It's the Snow princess' ninja chronicles!!" (Including 木ノ葉運動会, Konoha Undōkai, "The Leaf's athletic meet"))
  • Naruto the Movie: Legend of the Stone of Gelel (ナルト 大激突!幻の地底遺跡だってばよ, Naruto Daigekitotsu! Maboroshi no Chiteiiseki dattebayo, "Naruto Great Clash! The Illusionary Ruins at the Depths of the Earth")
  • 大興奮! みかづき島のアニマル騒動(パニック)だってばよ!, Dai Kou Fun! Mikazuki Jima no Animal Panic Dattebayo!, "The Animal Riot of Crescent Moon Island"

Video games

Main article: List of Naruto video games Because of the extremely large gap between the English and Japanese versions of the anime, only eight Naruto games have been translated and released in North America and only four have been released in Europe. Many more games are currently being translated for release later this year.

DVD release (U.S.)

The first boxed set of Naruto was released in the U.S. on July 4, 2006. There are thirteen episodes on 3 DVDs in the first set, which include both Japanese and English audio, and English subtitles. [1] The second uncut volume was released on December 5 2006 and includes twelve episodes on 3 DVDs. [2] The third box set was released on May 29, 2007 which contains episodes 26-38.[3]

The fourth uncut boxset contains episodes 39-52 and was released on August 7, 2007 [4]. The fifth uncut boxset was released on December 4, [[2007. [5] It is the first to feature a new design for the cover where in addition to the separate color a character image will be posted on frame. The Uncut Boxsets have an age rating of 16.

Viz released The Battle at the Hidden Falls. I am the Hero! OVA on May 22, 2007, with an age rating of 13. [6].

Also, VIZ is releasing edited DVDs individually. These DVDs are the version seen on Toonami with English audio only and no subtitles. The release schedule for the edited release is as follows:

  • Vol. 1 - Enter: NARUTO! (March 28, 2006)
  • Vol. 2 - Dangerous Mission! (May 30, 2006)
  • Vol. 3 - The Forest of Chakra (July 25, 2006)
  • Vol. 4 - The Broken Seal (September 26, 2006)
  • Vol. 5 - Shinobi Weapons (October 24, 2006)
  • Vol. 6 - Powerful New Rivals (November 29, 2006)
  • Vol. 7 - The Chunin Exam (December 27, 2006)
  • Vol. 8 - Sharingan Revived (January 30, 2007)
  • Vol. 9 - The Scroll's Secret (February 13, 2007)
  • Vol. 10 - Surviving The Cut (March 27, 2007)
  • Vol. 11 - The Ultimate Battle: Cha! (April 24, 2007)
  • Vol. 12 - Byakugan Battle (May 29, 2007)
  • Vol. 13 - Forbidden Secret Jutsu! (June 26, 2007)
  • Vol. 14 - Jiraiya Returns! (July 31, 2007)
  • Vol. 15 - The Evil Hand Revealed (September 4, 2007)
  • Vol. 16 - Ultimate Defense (September 25, 2007)
  • Vol. 17 - Zero Hour (November 6 2007)
  • Vol. 18 - An Unrivaled Match (November 27 2007)
  • Vol. 19 - Pushed to the Edge (January 8 2008)
  • Vol. 20 - Light vs. Dark (January 29 2008)
  • Vol. 21 - Eye To Eye (March 4, 2008) [7]
  • Vol. 22 - The Last of The Clan (March 25, 2008)
  • Vol. 23 - An Impossible Choice (May 6, 2008) [8]
  • Vol. 24 - Sannin Showdown (May 27, 2008) [9]

DVD release (UK)

Naruto Unleashed, each 3-disc DVD box includes 13 episodes in both English and Japanese uncut formats. The Naruto UK DVDs are released under Manga Entertainment and are rated 12 by the BBFC. Apart from Naruto Lost Story: Mission Protect The Waterfall Village which was rated 15.

Naruto Unleashed
DVD box Release date Content
Series 1 Part 1 August 21, 2006
  • Episodes 1-13
  • Unleashed English (USA Cartoon Network) Dub with 5.1, DTS and 2.0 Sound.
  • Unleashed Original Japanese with 5.1, DTS and 2.0 Sound.
  • Textless opening and closing credits.
  • Storyboards booklet.
  • Anime-to-manga transition.
  • Trailers.
Series 1 Part 2 December 26, 2006
  • Episodes 14-26
  • Unleashed English (USA Cartoon Network) Dub with 5.1, DTS and 2.0 Sound.
  • Unleashed Original Japanese with 5.1, DTS and 2.0 Sound.
  • Trailers.
Series 2 Part 1 May 21, 2007
  • Episodes 27 - 39
  • Unleashed English (USA Cartoon Network) Dub with 5.1, DTS and 2.0 Sound.
  • Unleashed Original Japanese with 5.1, DTS and 2.0 Sound.
  • Trailers.
Series 2 Part 2 September 3, 2007
  • Episodes 40-52
  • Unleashed English (USA Cartoon Network) Dub with 5.1, DTS and 2.0 Sound.
  • Unleashed Original Japanese with 5.1, DTS and 2.0 Sound.
  • Trailers.
Series 3 Part 1 April 7, 2008
  • Episodes 53-65
  • Unleashed English (USA Cartoon Network) Dub in 2.0 Sound.
  • Unleashed Original Japanese in 2.0 Sound.
  • Trailers.
Series 3 Part 2 May 26, 2008
  • Episodes 66-78
Series 4 Part 1 August 24, 2008
  • Episodes 79-91
Series 4 Part 2 November 24, 2008
  • Episodes 92-104
Naruto movies and OVAs
DVD title Release date Notes
Naruto the Movie: Ninja Clash in the Land of Snow December 24, 2007 Official site
Mission: Protect the Waterfall Village! March 3, 2008 Also includes OVA Find the Crimson Four-Leaf Clover!

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