DISH// Goes Naruto In Brand New Single

dish naruto cosplayWhen singing a song for a popular anime series, dressing up as the characters is a sure fire way to drive fans crazy and that’s just what Japanese pop/rock band DISH// did with their latest single, Saisho no Koi ~ Motetakute ~ (サイショの恋~モテたくて~) which is used as the ending theme of Naruto Shippuden (–ナルト- 疾風伝). Of course, what is Naruto Shippuden without DISH// in their Naruto regalia?

Donning their ninja gear are vocalist TAKUMI (北村 匠海) as Naruto Uzumaki (うずまきナルト), guitarist MASAKI (矢部 昌暉) as Might Guy (マイト・ガイ), bassist RYUJI (小林 龍二) as Kakashi Hatake (はたけカカシ) and dj To-i (橘 柊生) as Minato Namikaze (波風ミナト). Keep Reading

Naruto’s Shadow Clone Jutsu Makes Massive Impact In Philippine Festival


The Philippines is known for their colorful festivals and Iloilo City’s Dinagyang Festival is just one of the many feasts celebrated in the country. What makes this year’s Dinagyang festival more special is that a large number of Naruto Uzumaki’s (うずまき ナルト) Shadow Clones have come from Konoha (木ノ葉隠れの里) to Iloilo City – complete with the Kyuubi (九尾)!

The Naruto Shippuden (-ナルト- 疾風伝) inspired street performers are members of the TRIBU PAGHIDAET – a dedicated group of students hailing from La Paz National High School, Iloilo City. Keep Reading

Kakashi Stars In Naruto Shippuden Special

kakashiHow much do we know about Hatake Kakashi (はたけ カカシ)? His cool and calm demeanor only heightens the mystery surrounding this shinobi. As a treat to Kakashi fans, Kakashi will star in his own arc in Naruto Shippuden (ナルト 疾風伝) on February next year entitled Kakashi: Shadow of the ANBU Black Ops.

So, what do we know about Kakashi-Sensei so far? This jonin (上忍) is Team 7’s teacher and leader and is predominantly known for his Sharingan (写輪眼) eye which he received in his earlier days from Obito Uchiha (うちはオビト). Keep Reading

Fuka Koshiba Stars in Kiki’s Delivery Service Live Action Adaptation

kikiFinally, here’s a confirmation to what everyone has been brewing about. While news about a Hayao Miyazaki live action has been going around, Ghibli has kept their mouth shut and has insisted on saying no. However, the Sports Hochi and Sports Nippon have reported that Kiki’s Delivery Service will soon be adapted into live action. Now, we all know that this title has been one of Hayao Miyazaki’s film masterpieces, but Ghibli states they have nothing to do with it. Keep Reading

Russian Teenager Commits Suicide After Favorite Naruto Character Dies

14-year-old Leonid Hmelev was found dead after jumping off more than 100 feet from the highest point of an apartment in Chaikovsky, Russia. The cause of his depression and ultimately his untimely death is seeing Naruto character, Itachi Uchiha (うちは イタチ), die in the anime. The Daily Mail, a British news media, has reported this unfortunate event last Friday.

After Itachi’s death, a highly devastated Hmelev left a message on a social networking website saying he was “planning an ending”. Keep Reading

VIZ Cafe Press Store Celebrates “Holloween” With Naruto And Bleach

Halloween is just a few days away and Viz Media’s Cafe Press store, Anime Style Revolution Toshin, is getting in on the Halloween season with their Naruto (—ナルト—) and Bleach (ブリーチ) Halloween-themed products.

Included among the products are t-shirts, bags and prints sporting the Halloween colors of black and orange. The Halloween themed goodies are named “Holloween” after Hollows (ホロウ) from the anime series, Bleach – a fitting name for the season of ghosts and ghouls. Keep Reading

Naruto In The News: Birthday Boy Turns Another Year Older, Ultimate Ninja Storm 3 Trailer And Official Kishimoto Alpha Sketch

October is a busy month for Uzumaki Naruto (うずまき ナルト)! With the official Ninja Storm 3 trailer out and a sketch of him from Masashi Kishimoto (岸本 斉史) for Shonen Jump Alpha, Naruto’s birth month is a flurry of activity here and there.

The world’s most loved ninja, Naruto, celebrated his birthday last October 10 with fans of all ages in on the celebration. Numerous amounts of birthday greeting fan arts scattered all over the internet. Keep Reading