The four “brand-new” episodes of the first Naruto anime will start showing in Japan on September 3, according to the official Naruto anime Twitter account, which made the announcement on Sunday.
On September 3, a live screening of the first of the four new episodes will take place at the Chiba Makuhari Messe event centre. On July 18, tickets go on sale.
The brand-new episodes celebrate the 20th anniversary of the original anime, which debuted in October 2002.
Numerous anime for television, animated features, and original video anime are all part of the Naruto franchise. From 2002 until 2007, the Naruto television animation was broadcast. The 2007 debut of the Naruto Shippden anime sequel series marked its 2017 conclusion.
In April 2017, TV Tokyo in Japan broadcast the television anime debut of Boruto: Naruto Next Generations. The Boruto: Naruto Next Generations television series was simultaneously broadcast on Hulu by Viz Media and Crunchyroll as it aired in Japan. In September 2018, the anime’s Toonami block on Adult Swim premiered. The anime is being released on home video by Viz Media. On March 26, the anime’s “Part I” reached its conclusion with its 293rd episode, and “Part II” has since been given the go-ahead.