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See also: List of Episodes, List of Volumes, and Chapter-Tankōbon Differences This page lists the differences that occurred during the transition from manga to anime.

Censorship

These are changes made in the anime for the young audience where originally in the source material, the content is unsuitable. Note that many of these censored scenes are generally still included in the uncut DVD releases (with some exceptions) and that most are aimed at the original broadcast release.

Part I

  • In the manga, when Mizuki throws multiple kunai at Iruka, Iruka pulls a kunai out of his chest.[1] In the anime, none of the kunai hit his chest and he pulls a kunai out of his right leg instead.[2]
  • In the manga, Ebisu fixes his glasses with his middle finger.[3] In the anime, he also uses his index finger.[4]
  • In the manga, during the bell test at the Third Training Ground, Sasuke unleashes a barrage of shuriken and kunai that directly impale Kakashi in the face which causes blood to spray out from a front angle.[5] In the anime, he is pushed aside quickly and only the scene of him viewed from behind is left.[6]
  • During the bell test, Kakashi casts a genjutsu spell on Sakura, showing her a gravely injured Sasuke. In the manga, "Sasuke" has a missing left arm, a twisted left leg and numerous kunai impaling his body. In the anime, he has his arm and leg intact and has only a few kunai impaling his body.[7][8] As a result of the genjutsu, Sakura is rendered unconscious on the ground. The manga played up the more intense and comical spaz attack by showing an unconscious Sakura with wide blank eyes and seizure-like foam at the mouth.[8][9]
  • In the manga, after the Demon Brothers capture and seemingly kill Kakashi, a silhouette of different body parts being shred apart is shown.[10] In the anime, much of the blood and gore is removed.[11]
  • In the manga, when Kakashi is describing the role of hunter-nin a severed hand that is impaled with a knife is shown.[12] In the anime, this is removed.[13]
  • In the manga, in the flashback scene where Kaiza is crucified and then executed, his arms have also been chopped off.[14] In the anime, they are instead only badly broken and burned.[15]
  • In the manga, when Kakashi unintentionally killed Haku with his Lightning Cutter, his hand pierced his body, with his hand visibly coming out of Haku's back.[16] However, in the anime, Kakashi's hand only pierced the front of Haku's chest.[17]
  • In the manga, when Gatō arrives and sees Haku's corpse, he is seen kicking him across the face as payback for when Haku nearly broke his arm.[18] However in the anime, the kick to his face is not seen, and only Naruto's look of shock is seen instead.[19]
  • In the manga, Zabuza stabs Gatō in the chest and then decapitates Gatō to kill him,[20] while in the anime, Zabuza stabs Gatō in the chest and then instead slashes him multiple times across the chest, which results in Gatō falling off the bridge to his death.[21]
  • In the manga, when Anko Mitarashi threw a kunai at Naruto and cut his cheek, she licks the blood directly from Naruto's cheek.[22] In the anime, she only touches the blood from his cheek with her fingers.[23]
  • In the manga, during the second phase of the Chūnin Exams, Team 8 gets their second scroll by luring a fellow Konoha team into a trap filled with Poisonous Leeches.[24] In the anime, it was changed to a team from Amegakure.[23]
  • In the manga, when Anko views the tape showing the arrival of the Three Sand Siblings at the tower, there is blood splatter and two sets of feet on the ground, heavily implying that Gaara killed another team of Genin to sate his bloodlust due to Kankurō and Temari convincing him to spare Team 8.[25] The anime removed this.[26]
  • In the manga, when Gaara is about to kill Baiu and Midare, Temari says goodbye to them and also waves goodbye with a big smile on her face.[27] The anime removed this.[28]
  • In the manga, during the preliminary rounds of the Chūnin Exams, Zaku Abumi's right arm is blown off when Shino Aburame uses his bugs to block Zaku's air tubes.[29] In the anime, both of Zaku's arms remain attached to his body, only the skin on his arms break.
  • In the manga, when Gaara attacks and kills Dosu using the power of Shukaku, the attack bifurcated Dosu, which is seen when the dust cloud Gaara created had cleared up.[30] In the anime only Dosu's injured arm was shown after the fatal attack and unlike the manga Gaara is also seen using this attack directly.[31]
  • In the manga, when the corpse of Hayate Gekkō is shown, there is a great amount of blood and even carrion birds picking at his corpse.[32] However, in the anime, much of the blood and the carrion birds are removed.[31]
  • The design of the Hyūga Main Family's Juinjutsu is different in the manga and anime. In the manga, it was a variation of a manji,[33] a Buddhist symbol, but due to its similarity in appearance to the swastika, it was altered into an X in the anime to avoid confusion.[34]
  • In the manga, when Gaara brutally murdered Shiba and Midori (which was not shown in detail), the hallway was completely splattered with their blood and body parts, to which Gaara even stepped on.[35] The anime significantly reduced this by showing their murders in detail, but instead they were completely crushed within Gaara's sand, blood and bodies buried within it. Midori's attempt to escape before being dragged back in was exclusive to the anime as well.[36]
  • In the manga, when Kakashi defends Sakura against two Oto-nin, he impales them in the head with kunai.[37] In the anime, he slashes them across the chest with kunai instead.[38]
  • In the manga, after Asuma rescues Shikamaru from a group of Oto-nin, he slashes them and punches using his trench knives, leaving their bloody corpses to the floor, he then flicks his cigarette into a pool of their blood.[39] In the anime, the brutal assault was censored with Asuma only punching them with the trench knives and never slashing them or smoking a cigarette.[40]
  • In the manga, when Hiruzen Sarutobi raids Orochimaru's lair, there are several corpses strung along the walls.[41] In the anime, these corpses are replaced with shelves containing jars filled with remains and various organs.[42]
  • In the manga, when Gaara presses Sakura up against a tree, blood trickles out of her mouth.[43] In the anime, this is removed.[44]
  • In the manga, when a young Gaara attempted to cut himself in a flashback, he aimed for his wrist, at the vein.[45] In the anime, he aimed at the back of his hand instead.[44]
  • As Naruto walks through the festival city, he stops by a mask shop and purchases a mask. Various masks in the background represent past Japanese manga, anime and tv series "in-jokes" included by Kishimoto. These include masks of Kamen Rider and Chiaotzu from the Dragon Ball series. The anime changed many of these to generic masks.[46][47]
  • In the manga, when Kabuto goes for blood to summon snakes, he retrieves it from the wound on his wrist.[48] In the anime, he retrieves the blood from a wound on his palm instead.[49]
  • A minor edit concerning the location of the small shinobi animals, Gamatatsu, Gamakichi and Tonton are all in the thick of the action when the giant snakes begin to attack.[49][50]
  • Related to the previous entry, Tonton was among the injured fallen in the manga. In the anime, the three shinobi animals moved away to safety early on.[49][51]
  • In the manga, when Naruto prevents Kabuto Yakushi from attacking Tsunade, Kabuto's kunai directly impales Naruto's hand.[52] In the anime, it gets caught between Naruto's fingers instead.[49]
  • In the manga, especially in Part I, Naruto and Kiba "flip the bird" several times,[53] in the English adaptation of the manga and in the anime they only close their fist and look angry.
  • Kidōmaru did his best to take down Neji, this was especially apparent in the original manga, where his first arrow ripped a massive hole through Neji's shoulder. The anime greatly reduced the size of the hole. While this may serve as a content edit, it also made it more feasible for Neji to live through such an attack.[54][55]
  • In the manga, when Shikamaru Nara gets caught in Tayuya's genjutsu, he sees his skin and flesh melt off of his bones.[56] In the anime, he sees his entire arm melt away including the bones.[57]
  • In the manga, after Raidō Namiashi and Genma Shiranui are defeated by the Sound Four, Raidō has three shuriken in his back and Genma has two kunai in his chest with his left palm facing up.[58] In the anime, Raidō has two shuriken and a single kunai in his back and Genma has a single kunai in his chest with his left palm facing down.[59]
  • In the manga, while Kimimaro is fighting Gaara, Kimimaro's bones came out of his fingertips by dividing his skin on his fingertips.[60] In the anime, his bones just emerged from his fingertips through holes that close afterwards.[61]
  • Kimimaro's encasement within Gaara's sand and his subsequent crushing are accompanied by a significant amount of more blood in the manga.[61][62]
  • When Sasuke pierces through Naruto's shoulder with Chidori, we see his arm and hand with no obstruction. In the anime, they lessened the violent nature of the strike by whiting out the arm and hand with Chidori's electrical light.[63][64]

Part II

  • When Team Kakashi decided to rest at a hot springs inn, the women bathing had towels and other objects added to block their nudity.[65][66]
  • When Sai switches allegiances, he had subdued Kabuto in an alternate fashion in the anime. This was probably changed because Kabuto's hands were left free in the manga, making escape seem possible.[67][68]
  • In the manga, Konohamaru Sarutobi has a sexy technique that depicts Sasuke and Sai in a sexual position.[69] In the English version of the manga only a silhouette of the two is visible, and in the anime this is taken out entirely.[70]
  • In the manga, Shikamaru is briefly seen smoking after Asuma's death.[71] However, in the English adaptation of the manga and in the anime, he doesn't smoke; he only carries Asuma's lighter around with him; although at a certain moment, after he's done visiting Asuma's grave, he leaves a lit cigarette.
  • In the manga when Guren is making his escape from the northern hideout, he brutally kills a number of guards and there is a significant amount of blood.[72] In the anime the blood is removed completely.[73]
  • In the manga, when Nagato gets exhausted from overusing the Chibaku Tensei he coughed up a lot of blood.[74] In the anime, however, this was changed to a trickle of saliva.[75]
  • In the manga, when "Kisame" was decapitated, the head landed in front of Sabu.[76] In the anime, this was omitted.[77]
  • In the manga, after Danzō had badmouthed Itachi in the clutches of Sasuke's Susanoo, the latter crushed him.[78] The amount of blood was heavily reduced in the anime, and the blood spattering on Sasuke's face was removed.[79]
  • Interestingly, when Furui was impaled by the Eight-Tails, it was more censored than when it occurred in the anime as he was seen as a silhouette in the manga.[80][81]
  • When Kisame slaughtered the Cypher Division in the anime, the action is censored.[82]
  • When Armadiko's gender is revealed due to the Island Turtle being flipped upside down, its genitals are clearly shown in the manga.[83] In the anime, the genitals are removed entirely.[84]
  • In the manga, when Kankurō uses his Black Secret Technique — Machine Triple Shot, blood is seen draining from the Kuroari with Karasu in it.[85] In the anime episode, the blood is omitted.[86]
  • In the manga, when Gari blows up Tajiki, his blood spatters on his comrade.[87] In the anime, the blood is removed.[88]
  • Shippūden episode 272 was censored somewhat:
    • The gash Mifune sustained to his head was not shown despite him bleeding. In the manga, the gash was clearly visible.[89]
    • When Mifune used Iai Beheading to cut open Ibuse's head, indications of the head being cleaved open are visible.[90] In the anime, however, smoke covered this entirely.
  • When the Demonic Statue of the Outer Path rushes towards Chōji and Chōza, several shinobi are crushed by its feet or blown away from the shock wave.[91] In the anime, this was omitted.[92]
  • In Shippūden episode 278 when Sakura Haruno pulverised the transformed White Zetsu Army clone, no blood was seen coming from its mouth, whereas in the manga, there was blood.[93]
  • In the manga, when the Second Mizukage's clone attacks the shinobi of the Fourth Division, he critically slashes one with his axe-like weapon.[94] In the anime, he simply uses taijutsu.[95]
  • In the manga omake tie-in, prior to Lee crashing in the girls public bath side, they were getting dressed.[96] In the adapted anime episode, this was removed.
  • In the manga, when Madara reveals the status of the Kage, A had a large puddle of blood coming from his mouth.[97] In the anime, this was removed, as well as a reduction of blood from the other Kage.[98]
  • In the manga, when Obito states his dislike for Tobi the Zetsu clone, the latter "flips the bird" at him.[99] In the anime, Tobi, nicknamed Guruguru by Obito, gives Obito a thumbs down.[100]
  • Despite Obito's graphic massacre and massive amount of blood in the manga,[101][102] there was very little censoring of it in the anime. In the original Japanese TV broadcast, the climactic battle was censored, with several seconds of gore cut and some sound effects muted. The footage was restored in the DVD release. However, in the following episode, the blood covering Obito is coloured black until he returns to Mountains' Graveyard.[103]
  • In the manga, when the Ten-Tails took on its second form, a shinobi was seen coughing up blood after being injured by the impact of the transformation.[104] This was only heard in the anime. In the same episode, Neji being impaled by the Ten-Tails wood branches in front of Naruto and Hinata was not shown in a close-up view.[105]
  • In the manga, within his subconscious, Obito was being torn apart from the Ten-Tails' influence.[106] The moment where his head was tearing apart was censored in the anime, only a glimpse of it is shown.[107]
  • In the manga, Naruto's shadow clone hit by Kaguya's All-Killing Ash Bones screamed while crumbling to ashes.[108] In the anime, the clone remained silent.[109]
  • In the manga, when Naruto calls to Kurama joyfully, its irritation to Naruto's attitude is further shown by "flipping-off" Naruto. In the anime, Kurama merely exerts a clenched fist.[110]

New Era

  • In the manga, Log is briefly seen smoking when having a conversation with Orochimaru.[111] However, in the anime, he instead flicks his lighter.[112]
  • In the manga, Boruto surprises Tentō Madoka with the Sexy Technique, wearing a bikini.[113] In the anime, the transformation has a bikini top and a skirt.[114]
  • In the manga, Shojoji is smoking a cigar when he introduces himself to Tentō.[115] In the anime, the cigar was removed.[116]
  • In the manga, Amado is first introduced as a frequent smoker.[117] In the anime, his smoking habit is removed and replaced with another habit of drinking coffee as shown in his early anime introduction.[118]
  • Two bathroom related moments were censored to an extent in the anime. Originally in the manga, Boruto and Kawaki are both seen urinating in the backyard of the Uzumaki household when the bathroom is occupied by Naruto. A shadow clone of Naruto intervenes when the two boys have a short fight, showing the original with his pants down in the bathroom.[119] In the anime, Boruto and Kawaki had finished urinating off-screen and only the top half of Naruto is visible after sending his shadow clone.[120]
  • In the manga, Isshiki Ōtsutsuki breaks Boruto's wrist when the latter implicated that he can't harm him.[121] This action, as well as his broken wrist, is obscured in the anime.[122]

Plot and Content Changes

These are changes that differ from the source material, usually made to accommodate for filler arcs or expanding material.

Part I

  • In the anime, Sasuke, Sakura and their classmates from Team 8 and 10 are introduced at the beginning of the story.[2] In the manga Sasuke and Sakura first appeared in the third chapter,[123] the other six were introduced at the beginning of the Chūnin Exam Arc.[124]
  • In the manga, Naruto sneaks into the Hokage Residence to steal the Scroll of Seals and is caught by Hiruzen Sarutobi, but escapes by using Sexy Technique.[125] In the anime, Hiruzen simply sends out the ninja after Naruto,[2] and is exposed to the Sexy Technique when he refuses to accept Naruto's ninja registration photo.[4]
  • In the manga, Iruka discards Mizuki's shuriken after he pulls it out of his back,[126] but in the anime he throws it back at Mizuki.[2]
  • In the manga, after Team 7 is formed, Sasuke is seen eating outside of a window with Naruto inside preparing an attack.[127] In the anime, Sasuke is seen eating inside the window instead and Naruto attacks from outside.[128]
  • In the manga, before battling Zabuza for the first time, Naruto throws two shuriken into the bushes, one of them nearly hitting a snow white rabbit.[129] In anime, this was two kunai instead.[11]
  • In the manga, Zabuza Momochi kills Kumade Toriichi with a tantō.[130] In the anime, he uses a kunai.[131]
  • In the manga, when Kakashi tells Zabuza that his future is death, he only has his Sharingan eye open.[132] In the anime, both of his eyes are open.[133]
  • In the manga after Kakashi's first encounter with Zabuza, Team 7 attempts to look at his face while he is sleeping.[134] In the anime, this event is simply skipped.
  • In the manga, Chidori surrounds the user's hand in lightning.[135] In the anime, it creates lightning in the palm of the user's hand.[17]
  • In the manga, when Anko Mitarashi fights Orochimaru, she used daggers.[136] However, in the anime, she used senbon.[137]
  • When Shikamaru, Ino and Chōji appear after Neji has spotted them, Shikamaru is to the left and Chōji to the right of Ino but after Neji starts to walk off, they change places.[138]
  • In the manga, Tenten and Temari's fight was never shown, due to Sakura and Ino's conversation occurring during their fight. However in the anime, Tenten and Temari's match was shown due to Sakura and Ino's conversation occurring before Tenten and Temari's match.[139]
  • In the manga, Kin Tsuchi uses no other techniques besides utilising senbon with bells in her match with Shikamaru. In the anime, she uses her bells to activate the Bell Ring Genjutsu.
  • In the manga Ebisu explains to Naruto about his lack of chakra control while still at Konoha Hospital before Kakashi had left.[140] In the anime, he explains it while the two are having lunch at Ramen Ichiraku after Naruto fails a challenge proposed by Ebisu.[141]
  • In the manga, Jiraiya starts Naruto's training at the Konoha Hot Springs.[142] In the anime, he tries to escape from training by attempting to elude him through a series of antics, eventually he trains him nearby a river.[143]
  • In the anime, Jiraya's conversation with Ebisu takes place before Dosu is killed by Gaara instead of after.[144][145] Additionally, the anime moved the scene of Baki and Kabuto's conversation to take place immediately after Dosu's death instead of having Jiraiya's conversation in between both of these scenes.[31][146]
  • In the manga, when Jiraiya has Naruto drain his normal chakra during the Summoning Technique training, he has Naruto continue to use the Water Surface Walking Practice.[147] In the anime, Naruto instead uses the Shadow Clone Technique to create a large amount of Shadow Clones to face in a battle royale.[31]
  • In the manga, Hiashi Hyūga tells Neji the details behind his father's death himself.[148] In the anime, he hands him a scroll written by his father.[149]
  • In the manga, after a disguised Kabuto Yakushi finishes healing Hinata, he knocks Kiba Inuzuka and his dog Akamaru unconscious during Naruto and Neji's fight.[150] In the anime, he knocks them out during Sasuke's fight with Gaara, just as Akamaru recognises Kabuto's scent.[151] However, when this scene is shown again in flashback in Naruto: Shippūden, it's depicted like in the manga.[152]
  • In the manga, Sasuke and Kakashi arrive to the finals shortly after Shikamaru's match had ended.[153] In the anime, the Third Hokage instead allows for another extension for Sasuke to arrive and he and Kakashi arrive just as Genma is about to cancel the match after the waiting time had expired.[36]
  • In the manga, the Kusanagi looks more like a standard katana,[154] while in the anime it is a double-edged jian.[155]
  • During the Third Hokage's fight with Orochimaru he rams Monkey King: Enma, who has transformed into an adamantine staff, into the Sword of Kusanagi, and his Enma is shown partially reversing the transformation.[156] In the anime, this is removed.
  • In the manga, immediately after ramming his adamantine staff into the Sword of Kusanagi, Hiruzen Sarutobi places explosive tags on the left leg of Hashirama Senju and the right leg of Tobirama Senju, they are later shown healing while standing.[157] In the anime, the tags are placed on the left leg of Hashirama and the right arm of Tobirama, they are shown healing while lying face down.[155]
  • In the manga, Hashirama Senju uses the Bringer-of-Darkness Technique.[158] In the anime, Tobirama Senju performs it.[42]
  • In the manga, Shikaku Nara, Inoichi Yamanaka, and Chōza Akimichi first appeared during the Konoha Crush storyline as part of the counteroffensive alongside other family members of the Konoha 11.[159] In the anime, they were originally introduced earlier during the Konoha Festival in the Chūnin Exams arc.[160]
  • In the manga, when Naruto and Gamabunta do the Combination Transformation they transform into a giant fox with a single tail.[161] In the anime, they transform into Kurama.[162]
  • In the manga, when Jiraiya uses Rasengan on Gantetsu, he also steals his wallet,[163] while in the anime, he is given it out of respect.[47]
  • During Jiraiya and Naruto's search for Tsunade, Jiraiya enters a gambling parlour. While Naruto mills around he finds a coin on the ground. Wondering how the slot machine works, he decides to insert his coin. We then see Naruto has amazing luck, as he wins back a large amount of money. In the anime, this was changed to have Naruto win a lot of money in a lottery instead.[164][165]
  • In the manga, after the group returns to the village with Tsunade and encounter Shikamaru and his father Shikaku, Jiraiya smacked Naruto on the head after hearing Naruto state to Shikamaru he'll show him his new move explaining that a shinobi shouldn't show off their techniques.[166] This was skipped in the anime[167] due to the fact that Jiraiya was left behind in the hot springs they visited in the previous episode.[168]
  • In the manga, Shikamaru was promoted to a chūnin at some point before Naruto and Jiraiya returned from their journey of bringing Tsunade back to the village.[169] In the anime, due to filler episodes taking place first, including the Land of Tea Escort Mission, this was pushed back to after Tsunade had become the Hokage and she was the one who personally informed Shikamaru of his promotion.[170]
  • In the manga, Lee and Guy's conversation regarding that Lee should go through the risky surgery so Lee could fulfil his dream takes place on the same night Sasuke fought against the Sound Four.[171] In the anime, this took place after Tsunade returned to the village at the end of the Search for Tsunade arc.[172]
  • In the anime, Tsunade's talk with Lee about why he wants to go through with the surgery before mentioning that the surgery was to take place that afternoon occurred at the beginning of the Sasuke Recovery Mission arc on the same day that Naruto and Sasuke fought.[170] In the manga, this scene along with the surgery takes place on the following day shortly after the Sasuke Retrieval Team left the village.[173]
  • In the manga, Sakura takes Naruto with her to a park bench just after Sasuke left following their battle to tell him about Sasuke's curse mark.[174] In the anime, she instead accepts a small dinner date with Naruto at Ramen Ichiraku in the evening to talk about it there which occurred during Sasuke's battle with the Sound Four.[175]
  • In the manga, Neji was recruited into the Sasuke Retrieval Team after Lee heard their conversation and recommended him.[176] In the anime, the team instead encountered both him and Lee on their way out of the village discussing the success of Lee's operation that took place the day before.[177]
  • In the manga, Kiba is forced to save Akamaru from an Explosive Tag when Akamaru accidentally tripped after setting it.[178] In the anime, it is due to Sakon using wire to bind Akamaru to prevent him from escaping the blast.[179]
  • In the manga, when Sakon and Ukon are torn apart and regenerate, the dark tissue leaks out of their body and forms new arms and legs. In the anime, the arms and legs are formed out of their organs.
  • After bringing Naruto back from the Valley of the End, Kakashi goes to the Memorial Stone to talk with Obito. This brief scene was taken out to be used in a later episode. This chapter and the next were greatly rearranged and split up over the course of 80+ episodes of filler. This filler was used to allow the manga to get further ahead.[180][181]
  • In the anime, when Neji suggests to Hinata that she go see Naruto off, he is in the middle of sparring with her. In the manga, it is in the middle of his sparring session with Hiashi, and the conversation is much longer, including an appearance from Kiba and Shino.[182] The scene of Neji's training session with Hiashi and Kiba and Shino's appearance was instead used earlier in the anime at the beginning of the Mizuki Tracking Mission.[183]

Part II

  • In the manga, when Naruto returns from his training with Jiraiya, the person he first re-encounters is Kakashi.[184] In the anime, he first meets Sakura and Konohamaru.[185] Also, Naruto meets Shikamaru and Temari on the streets in the manga,[186] while in the anime he meets them while inside Tsunade's office.[185]
  • In the manga, Yurika told Tsunade herself about Gaara's kidnapping,[187] while in the anime, she handed her the message to read it.[188]
  • In the manga, Neji examines with his Byakugan inside the cave of the Land of River before Team Kakashi and Chiyo arrive.[189] In the anime, however, Neji examines inside the cave after Team Kakashi and Chiyo arrive.[190]
  • In the manga, Hiruko was a normal puppet,[191] in the anime, he was a Human Puppet.[192]
  • During the Kazekage Rescue Mission, an unknown Akatsuki member is present in various scenes during Shukaku's sealing. However, this member is replaced with Hidan in the anime.[193]
  • In the manga, none of the puppets in Chiyo's Chikamatsu collection were destroyed,[194] however in the anime, at least four were shown being heavily damaged.[195]
  • In the manga, Kakashi explains Naruto's Multiple Shadow Clone Technique training method before teaching him about nature transformation, with Yamato being present for the latter.[196] In the anime, he instead explains nature transformation first and Yamato arrives partway through the explanation.[197]
  • In Shippūden episode 80, Asuma is shown buying flowers from the Yamanaka Flower Shop after the time skip. In the manga, he bought the flowers before the time skip.[198]
  • During Naruto's training to add his wind nature to the Rasengan, Kakashi takes him to Ramen Ichiraku. In the manga, Ayame is away on a trip and Nishi and Matsu work as her replacements.[199] In the anime, she has just returned from a trip and has converted the Ramen Bar into a Tsukemen bar.[200]
  • In the manga, after Konohamaru performed the Sexy Girl on Girl Technique, Sakura punched him for using it.[201] But in the anime, Moegi punched him instead.[70]
  • In the manga, Shiba picked up Sasuke's scent[202] while in the anime, it was Bisuke.[203]
  • In the manga, Sasuke's first encounter with Itachi takes place while Jiraiya is infiltrating Amegakure,[204] along with the later events of Hebi heading to Itachi's location.[205][206][207] In the anime, this instead takes place after Jiraiya's death.[208]
  • In the manga, Naruto finds out about Jiraiya's death just before Sasuke is assigned to capture Killer B.[209] In the anime, due to the Six-Tails Unleashed filler arc, this was pushed back to afterwards, where instead it is shown at the beginning of the Pain's Assault arc.[210]
  • In the manga, Utakata, the jinchūriki of the Six-Tails, had already been captured by the time of Akatsuki and Taka's alliance, while in the anime he was captured afterwards.
  • In the manga, when decoding Jiraiya's message, Shiho shows the correct way to write 'ta' and the way that Jiraiya did,[211] and in the anime however, Shikamaru does this. In the anime, they also confirm it by comparing the 'ta' with a book containing Jiraiya's writing in it.[212]
  • In Shippūden episode 157, there are a few changes:
    • In the manga, when the assault on Konoha began, the Animal Path summoned one centipede that was killed by Sakura.[213] In the anime, three centipedes were summoned, one that was killed by Sakura as in the manga, and later another that was killed by Shikamaru. The third one's fate however was unseen.
    • In the manga, after Kakashi saves him from Pain, Iruka informs Sakura that Akatsuki is invading the village.[214] In the anime, Iruka informs Sakura of the attack but has no idea who is invading, which happened before his encounter with Pain.
  • In the manga, Ino's first thought about Katsuyu was that the slug was part of the enemy's attack during Pain's invasion.[215] In the anime however, this incident happened earlier during the Three-Tails' Appearance, when four divisions of Katsuyu appeared in time to help the sealing team by giving them an extra supply of chakra. Ino and Hinata, who did not recognise Katsuyu, were initially alarmed until Sakura explained who Katsuyu was to them.
  • In the manga, Naruto teaches Konohamaru the Rasengan before the time-skip.[216] In the anime, he teaches it after the time-skip.[217]
  • In the manga, Human Path throws Animal Path away from the Rasenshuriken blast after grabbing hold of the back of her cloak collar.[218] In the anime, he does it by the front of her cloak collar.[219]
  • In the manga, Hinata charged straight at Deva Path.[220] In the anime, she focused more on trying to free Naruto from his restraints than attacking Pain.[221]
  • In the manga chapter #449 when Sasuke and his team are seen getting ready to head to Konoha, Suigetsu already had the Kubikiribōchō back and was wearing a robe. In the anime, he was seen coming back after retrieving the Kubikiribōchō and wearing his regular outfit.[222]
  • In the manga, Sasuke is the one to cut Danzō Shimura's arm off and slash into his torso.[223] In the anime episode where the scene is extended, Garuda is the one that cuts Danzō's right arm off.
  • In the manga, an unknown shinobi interrupts the Fire Daimyō's appointment of Kakashi as Hokage with news of Tsunade waking up,[224] while in the anime, Guy is the one to interrupt the meeting while an unknown shinobi is seen alongside Shizune.[225]
  • In Shippūden episode 246, the fact that Kushina migrated to Konohagakure is played on very heavily. She even stated that she didn't hold much hope to be rescued when kidnapped by Kumo-nin because she was an "outsider". However, in the manga, this is not the case as she told Naruto that Konoha immediately sent out a search party to look for her.[226]
  • In the manga, when Hiruzen is driving the Nine-Tailed Demon Fox out of Konohagakure, his team-mates Homura, Koharu and even Torifu are present with him.[227] In the episode that covered this chapter however, the scene is changed entirely.[228]
  • In the manga, when Kisame Hoshigaki attempted to escape his pursuers at the Falls of Truth by travelling inside of his Water Release: Water Shark Bullet Technique, he did so by swimming through the water.[229] In the anime, both the shark and Kisame flew through the air instead.[230]
  • In the manga, during Kisame's flashback, the Cypher Division is attacked as they're eating, and all are killed at once by Kisame.[231] In the anime, Kisame detects the enemies and tries saving the Cypher Division, but ends up killing them one at the time.[82]
  • In Shippūden episode 261, genin from Sunagakure such as Matsuri are present in the war despite the fact that they would most likely not be allowed to participate. They were also not seen in the manga.
  • In the manga, when Shin and the Sasori puppet clash, the puppet uses its flamethrower.[232] In the anime, however, it doesn't.[86]
  • In the manga, when Kitsuchi and Kurotsuchi unearthed the White Zetsu, the Fifth Division began their attack.[233] In the anime, after the unearthing, the attack was cut[234] and moved to a later episode.[235] However, Hana Inuzuka and Karui's involvement remained cut.
  • In the manga, a shinobi mentions that Haku is a member of the Yuki clan.[236] In the anime, there is no such passage, and Haku is only mentioned as an Ice Release user by Sakura.
  • When Pakura attacks the Alliance's shinobi with her Scorch Release, in the manga she attacks an Iwagakure and a Konohagakure shinobi.[237] In the anime she confronts two Konohagakure shinobi with taijutsu initially and by the time she uses the technique, one of the Konoha shinobi becomes an Iwagakure shinobi.
  • It was said by an unknown Iwagakure shinobi that Gari was the former captain of the Iwagakure's Explosion Corps. However, in the manga, he was said to be the former member of the given organisation.[238]
  • In the manga, Suigetsu is shown freeing Jūgo when the chapter focuses on them.[239] The anime expands that sequence, showing how Suigetsu escaped his cell. During that time in the manga, Suigetsu's clothes was also shown to be in a semi-liquid state. In the anime, however, only his body is still in this state.[240]
  • In the manga, Asuma noticed the arrival of his students before they faced Kinkaku.[241] In the anime, this was omitted altogether.
  • In the manga, the Yamanaka, Nara, and Akimichi Clan Memorial was depicted with inscriptions beneath the clan symbols.[242] This is removed altogether in the anime.
  • In the anime, Kabuto withdrew his reincarnated soldiers from the battlefield for the process of the night.[243] In the manga, there was no indication for this.
  • In the manga, Toroi merely appears to summon larger shuriken from his scroll.[244] In the anime, he withdrew regular-sized shuriken from his sleeves, and enlarged them.
  • In Shippūden episode 321, there are a few errors/changes:
    • Naruto attacked the two Zetsu disguised as Iwa-nin in the Logistical Support and Medical Division with his body, despite using his Spiralling Serial Spheres in the manga.[245]
    • When Kakashi manages to slice through Fuguki's torso with the Kubikiribōchō, he just sliced him with the sword. In the manga, Kakashi applied a lightning chakra flow on the sword to increase its piercing.[246]
    • An additional part of the Daimyō Protection Squad's fight against Black Zetsu is shown near the beginning before Madara is summoned, while in the manga it is not shown.[247]
    • Pakura, Gari and Mangetsu are shown fighting the Third Division along with Fuguki before retreating into the forest after Fuguki is sealed, while in the manga they are not shown and only mentioned by Lee that only three remain.[248]
  • In Shippūden episode 329, when the jinchūriki and the tailed beasts introduce themselves to Naruto, small dialogue changes were made, Isobu commenting on meeting Naruto before, and Utakata telling Naruto that he already knew his name. In the manga, neither had met Naruto before, and therefore both introduce themselves normally.[249]
  • In Shippūden episode 331, the contents of the scroll Suigetsu finds at one of Orochimaru's hideouts is shown. In the manga, the scroll's contents were not revealed until much later. Also, in the manga, Karin's chains were linked to a wall, in the anime they weren't linked to any walls.[250]
  • The following scenes from the manga were omitted or changed in the anime episode 364:
  • During Kakashi's flashback about a previous sparring with Obito, the latter failed to perform the Fire Release: Great Fireball Technique.[255] In the anime, however, his usage of the technique succeeded.[256]
  • In the manga, once Naruto handed everyone in the Shinobi Alliance Nine-Tail Chakra Cloaks, an unnamed member of the Akimichi clan didn't gain a Nine-Tails Chakra Cloak in the background.[257] In Shippūden episode 365, he was not present, and was replaced with Chōji Akimichi who had gained a Nine-Tails Chakra Cloak from Naruto.[258]
  • In the manga, when Obito attempted to attack Naruto, Sasuke shielded the latter using the hand of his Susanoo. The hand was penetrated,[259] while in the anime, the attack did not pierce through.[260]
  • In the manga, when Madara activates the Infinite Tsukuyomi, Yamato is already under the genjutsu once Tobi releases him.[261] When he is released in the anime, Yamato quickly gains consciousness, asking Hiruzen about what has taken place in the war, and only then gets caught in the genjutsu.[262]
  • In Shippūden episode 476, there are several changes:
    • While explaining his interpretation of the Hokage, Sasuke catching and crushing a floating leaf to allude to his detachment from the current Konohagakure is original to the anime.
    • In the manga, Hagoromo Ōtsutsuki recalled becoming a new form of Hokage as Sasuke's answer to his previous question.[263] In the anime, this was omitted.
    • In the manga, both Naruto and Sasuke recall some of their past conversations with Itachi.[264][265] In the anime, these scenes are either skipped entirely or shown at a different time of the conversation.
    • In the manga, several characters of the series are seen behind Naruto while he explained that he learned everything from the people of the past.[266] In the anime, the characters aren't shown.
    • The fight between Naruto and Sasuke starts with clashing their arms against each other on top of Hashirama's statue.[267] In the anime however, the two run down the statues and clash in the middle of the lake, all while their development over the course of the series is shown. Additionally, the following fighting sequences up until Naruto blocks Sasuke's Fire Release: Great Fireball Technique with a chakra arm are original to the anime.
    • The Great Fireball Technique mentioned above is depicted much stronger in the anime than in the manga, pushing against Naruto's defence with such power that the ground under his feet starts to crack.
    • In the anime, Naruto's recollection of Sasuke stating that top-class shinobi could understand each other when their fists meet is omitted.[268]
  • In Shippūden episode 477, there are some changes:
    • In the manga, Naruto summons three shadow clones in his Tailed Beast Mode.[269] In the anime, he summons four.
    • The sky in the manga was free of clouds, providing a full view of the ground below. The anime had full cloud cover, which the duo punched through, continuing their battle above the clouds.
    • In the manga, Naruto begins merging his Tailed Beast Mode with those of his clones into a single avatar before receiving the natural energy. In the anime, he does it only afterwards.
  • In Shippuden episode 479, there are a few changes.
    • In the manga, the funeral that was held after the war was for Neji.[270] In the anime, it was expanded to also include all the people who died in the war and the graves of Shikaku and Inoichi were also seen.
    • In the manga, Sasuke was only seen after the war being told by Kakashi that he is being pardoned and therefore would not have to be imprisoned.[270] In the anime, Sasuke was first seen imprisoned in Konoha's jail, before Kakashi had him pardoned and released.
  • The final chapter in full was never adapted for the final episode of Shippūden, instead ending the anime with an adaptation of the Konoha Hiden: The Perfect Day for a Wedding novel. Eventually for the Boruto: Naruto Next Generations anime, the chapter is very loosely adapted, with Naruto holding a Five Kage Summit in Konoha and Boruto planning the deface the Hokage Rock. Moegi and Udon inform Naruto of the graffiti in the manga, but in the anime, it is only Moegi.[271][272]

New Era

  • In Boruto episode 19, there are a few changes:
    • In the manga, the chapter starts off with Shino teaching his class. This scene is cut in the anime.[273]
    • In the anime, Shikamaru catches Boruto in his Shadow Imitation Technique before he notices him. However in the manga, Shikamaru approaches Boruto before he uses his technique.[274]
    • In the manga, Sakura was taken care of in Shizune's residence after passing out.[275] However, in the anime, Sakura was taken to the Konoha Hospital.[276]
  • In Boruto episode 20, there are a few changes:
    • In the manga, the graduation exams presumably take place while Naruto is away from the village.[277] In the anime, the exams begin in a later arc.
    • After Naruto blocks Shin's attacks with Tailed Beast Chakra Arms, Sarada and Chōchō mention that they know Naruto having the Nine-Tails inside his body, while in the manga, they don't mention this fact.[278]
  • In the manga, after meeting Sarada, Sasuke has a flashback of him discussing the possible threat greater than Kaguya with Naruto, Sakura and other Kage at the Five Kage Summit.[279] In the anime, during this flashback, he discussed the matter only with Naruto instead.[280] Later in the anime, the Summit on that matter is eventually shown, although it's set in the present time instead of the flashback and Sasuke doesn't show up on it.[281]
  • In the manga, Sakura got warped away by Shin Uchiha's Space–Time Dōjutsu of his creature while standing next to Shin and his clone.[282] In the anime, Sarada was supposed to be the one warped away, but Sakura pushed her out of the way and was teleported in her place.[283]
  • In the manga, when Naruto notices Sarada's Sharingan, he mentions her having it aloud.[284] In the anime, he hands her a mirror to look on it.[285]
  • In Boruto episode 23, there are a few changes:
    • In the manga, during their final encounter, Shin was quickly defeated by Sasuke catching off guard and crushing him with Susanoo.[286] In the anime, the fight was extended, having Sasuke defeat Shin with Sakura's aid, teleporting her close enough to cripple him in a single blow.[287]
    • In the manga, Sarada kills Shin's creature with a punch. And then not long after, attacks the Shin clones with an earth shattering punch. In the anime however, Sarada does not fight the clones but kills Shin's creature with the same amount of power she used against the clones in the manga. Also, Shin succumbs to his injuries after Sarada kills his creature in the manga[288], while in the anime, he dies offscreen during the fight against the clones.
  • In Boruto episode 53, there are a few changes:
    • In the manga, Team 7 is sent on a mission to subdue a panda. This is cut in the anime, as well as Konohamaru in possession of the Shinobi Gauntlet. However, it is all retained in Boruto: Naruto the Movie.[289]
    • In the manga, Shikadai Nara and Inojin Yamanaka had shown hesitance in participating in the Chūnin Exams and Moegi had to give them letters from their mothers intimidating them to partake.[290] In the anime, they were not given letters and decided to participate on their own.
  • In the manga, Boruto ambushes Sasuke in an alley.[291] In the anime, Boruto challenges Sasuke to a fight in front of the Hokage Residence.[292]
  • In the manga, Gaara was with Team Shinki and Kankurō in the Thunder Rail.[293] However, in the anime, Gaara wasn't with the others and instead he watched them off.[294]
  • In the manga, Shinki briefly battles Metal Lee with a skeletal puppet. [295] In the anime, he does not possess the puppet and utilises his iron sand.[296]
  • In the manga, Boruto’s usage of the Shinobi Gauntlet is discovered by Naruto after winning his match with Shikadai in the semi-finals. In the anime, this happens after his victory over Shinki in the finals, which Naruto noticed when Boruto used Kakashi's Lightning Release: Purple Electricity. The Chūnin Exams also did not get that far in the manga or movie.[297][298]
  • In the manga, Mitsuki is present with Sarada beside Boruto's bedside at the hospital after the Ōtsutsuki invasion.[299] In the anime, Mitsuki himself is also being treated at the hospital, after an encounter with Urashiki Ōtsutsuki during the attack.[300]
  • In Boruto episode 65, there are some changes:
    • In the manga, Naruto used himself to shield Boruto from Momoshiki Ōtsutsuki's shockwave.[301] In the anime, he used an Earth-Style Wall to protect him.
    • Kurotsuchi attempts to punch Momoshiki, but is swiftly knocked out on the spot in the manga.[302] In the anime, she attacks him with the Earth Release: Fist Rock Technique and is then sent distances away by Momoshiki.
    • In both the anime and manga, Naruto and Sasuke’s fight with Momoshiki is mostly different, with the anime reusing some footage from the movie.[303]
    • In the manga, after his death, Momoshiki's soul communicates with Boruto while time around them is frozen.[304] In the anime, Momoshiki speaks with Boruto in a mental plane.
  • In the manga, there is a scene of Team 10 together several days after the defeat of the Ōtsutsuki awaiting a new mission.[305] This scene is cut in the anime.[306]
  • In Boruto episode 148, there are a couple changes:
    • In the manga, Team 7 is chasing three members from the Mujina Bandits.[307] In the anime, it was changed to a trio of thieves with no shinobi training.[308] This change also reduced the fight between Sarada and the thieves.[309]
    • In the manga, Naruto and Shikamaru discuss the intel they have on the Mujina Bandits and their leader Shojoji, mentioning that he is in the Bingo Book. In the anime, Kōtarō Fūma recaps the events that took place at Hōzuki Castle and the current status of the gang. Ibiki Marino, Sai and Mirai Sarutobi, were also present in the manga, however, they were absent in the anime.[310][308]
    • In the manga, Ikkyū Madoka, Tentō and Yamaoka were first shown in Konoha when Tentō buys out a store and afterwards, Ikkyū departs with his personal bodyguards to the Hokage Residence.[311] In the anime, they first appear when Sai awaits the group by the Thunder Rail and provides escort for Ikkyū.[308]
    • In the manga, Boruto does not meet Tentō until he is summoned to be his bodyguard. In the anime, Boruto and Tentō’s first meeting occurs when Boruto prevents Iwabee Yuino from assaulting Tentō after he had continuously goaded him into giving him his Extreme: Shinobi Picture Scrolls card. Also in the manga, Metal Lee had relayed the summoning to Boruto, the former did not appear in the anime. The events that took place in the anime was what resulted in Boruto being chosen for the mission, while it was solely Ikkyū’s suggestion in the manga.[312][308]
  • In the anime, Mitsuki is alongside Boruto when he discovers the card Tentō snuck into his pocket. In the manga however, Boruto was by himself.[313]
  • In the manga, Ikkyū reunites with Tentō at the Hokage Residence.[314] In the anime, their reunion happens shortly after Shojoji’s defeat.[315]
  • In Boruto episode 181, there are a few changes:
    • In the manga, after the Kara meeting, Koji Kashin assassinates Victor for unexplained reasons.[316] In the anime, Victor is massively expanded upon, being shown to be a deceptive and untrustworthy Inner with his own agenda. When his initial plans fail, Victor had plotted to use his own airship to steal the "Vessel" as a bargaining chip. Knowing Victor is plotting against him, Jigen orders Koji Kashin to kill Victor and to destroy the data he stole and his hideout.[317]
    • In the manga, Boruto was told that Naruto used a Scientific Ninja Tool in their match when Team 7 was in his office.[318] In the anime, Boruto figured it out himself before Naruto decided to tell him.[317]
  • In the manga, there was a discussion between Sasuke, Team 7 and Naruto about the previous threats they faced with the Ōtsutsuki Clan and the Mujina Bandits, as well as Boruto's mark.[319][320] In the anime, the discussion was replaced with one focusing on Kara.[317][321]
  • In the manga, Mitsuki stated he would only go on the escort mission if Boruto went as well and also tries to convince Boruto to go on the mission because of his promise to Sarada.[322] In the anime, due to further developing his free will in a previous anime original arc, Mitsuki stated he would go on the mission with or without Boruto, and the part mentioning Boruto's promise is omitted.[321]
  • In Boruto episode 183, there are a few changes:
    • In the manga, Sumire Kakei did not participate the Chūnin Exams in favour of working with the Scientific Ninja Weapons Team, also being the last time she had seen Team 7.[323] In the anime, she had participated the exams and left the village at a later point.[324][325]
    • In the manga, Akita Inuzuka meets Team 7 after reuniting with Sumire.[326] In the anime, she meets them before.[327]
    • In the manga, Team 7 tests out the Scientific Ninja Tool, Shijima, the second part of their test run.[328] In the anime, this scene was removed.[327]
  • In Boruto episode 184, there are a few changes:
    • In the manga, Sumire has a conversation with Sarada about how likeable Boruto is.[329] In the anime, the implications of romantic interests in Boruto are removed from the conversation.[330]
    • In the manga, Chamaru locates a kunai, which Sarada distinguishes as one of Konohamaru's.[331] In the anime, it is one of his notable chakra blades.[330]
  • In Boruto episode 186, there are a couple changes:
    • In the manga, Mitsuki attacks Ao with Purple Electricity.[332] He instead uses his signature technique in the anime, Lightning Release: Snake Lightning.
    • In the anime, Ao has nine Mirror Drones, while he only has four in the manga.[333] Boruto destroys six of the drones.
    • In the manga, Boruto slices off Ao's prosthetic limbs with the chakra blade and defeats him with the Rasengan.[334] However in the anime, Boruto only uses Rasengan, which destroys Ao's prosthetic arm but his leg is left intact.
    • In the manga, when Ao tells Boruto to kill him, the latter lays the screwdriver beside him.[335] In the anime, Ao tries to goad Boruto into killing him, with Boruto angrily sticking the tool into the ground.
  • In the manga, Chamaru is with the group after their encounter with Koji Kashin.[336] However, Chamaru is absent and had wandered off on his own to track Kawaki in the anime.[337]
  • In Boruto episode 188, there are a few changes:
    • In the manga, Jigen gives Kawaki's father money before adopting Kawaki.[338] In the anime, along with Kawaki's father admitting to abusing his son, this scene is moved to a later episode.
    • In the manga, Konohamaru grabs Chamaru just as Kawaki unleashes a shockwave upon awakening.[339] In the anime, Chamaru retreats into Mitsuki's wardrobe until Kawaki passes out shortly after his battle with Garō in the following episode.
  • In Boruto episode 189, there are a few changes:
    • Kawaki blasts off Garō's gauntlet with his activated Kāma, which lands in front of Katasuke in the anime. In the manga, it only drops down to Kawaki's feet.[340]
    • In the manga, Katasuke examines Kawaki's body through unknown means while Koji Kashin and Delta discuss how to handle their current situation.[341] In the anime, the Inners leave before and Katasuke is seen testing Kawaki's blood for Scientific Ninja Tools.
    • In the manga, Mitsuki ponders if Kawaki is an artificial clone like him, revealing his origins to Boruto and Sarada.[342] This is removed due to them learning of Mitsuki's origins earlier in the anime.
  • In the manga, Kawaki awakens from his dream when one of the jars used for the Kāma transfer shatters.[343] In the anime, this does not happen.[344]
  • In Boruto episode 193, there are a few changes:
    • In the manga, Katasuke shows footage of Kawaki unconscious at the Five Kage Summit when explaining the changes in his body via Scientific Ninja Tools.[345] In the anime, footage of his fight with Garō and his rampage at Ryūtan City are shown instead.
    • In the manga, Boruto is standing on a utility pole looking at his Kāma.[346] In the anime, he does so at Thunder Burger in the presence of Sarada and Mitsuki.
    • In the manga, Kawaki attempts to escape the Uzumaki household, with Naruto intimidating the boy from escaping by entering Six Paths Sage Mode and Kawaki breaking Himawari's flower vase.[347] This scene is majorly revised in the anime; Kawaki gives up running from Naruto when he had continuously caught up to him after a previous attempt, and Kawaki flips another table with the vase after Naruto had a talk with Boruto.
  • In the anime, Chōchō is with Sarada when Naruto and Kawaki buy taiyaki.[348] In the manga, Sarada was by herself.[349]
  • In the anime, Mitsuki and Sarada watch Boruto and Naruto's sparring match with Kawaki and Himawari.[350] This did not happen in the manga.[351]
  • In the manga, after being told by Kawaki to not interfere with Naruto and Delta's battle, Boruto activates his Kāma and attempts to attack Delta with the Vanishing Rasengan.[352] However, in the anime, Boruto does not get involved until Delta takes Himawari hostage.[353]
  • In the manga, after Kawaki shielded Naruto and Himawari from her beams, Delta tells him his body belongs to Jigen, to which Naruto would later vow that he would take him down with the rest of Kara.[354] In the anime, Jigen is never mentioned.[355]
  • In Boruto episode 200, there are a couple changes:
    • In the manga, Boro was not at the Kara hideout in person, only via Genjutsu Communication when it was shown that Delta's attack did not affect him.[356] In the anime, Boro was forced to be there in person by Amado to undergo maintenance, Delta's kick did not reach Boro.
    • In the manga, Jigen glanced at Amado when Delta said Koji was observing Kawaki to gather intel.[357] He did not turn his attention to him in the anime.
    • In the manga, Team 10 was with Team 7 and Kawaki when they were purchasing Extreme: Shinobi Picture Scrolls cards.[358] In the anime, Team 10 was not present and Sarada had only shown up after her training.
    • In the manga, there were sequences of Kawaki's shinobi training and playing Extreme: Shinobi Scrolls with Inojin shown in conjunction with him piecing the vase together.[359] In the anime, there were only two scenes of Kawaki's training, his card game with Inojin was cut.
  • In Boruto episode 201, there are a few changes:
    • In the manga, Chōchō is watching Kawaki's tree climbing training with Sarada.[360] In the anime, Mitsuki is with Sarada instead.
    • In the manga, Sai and Shikamaru had also observed Kawaki's training and discussed on trusting Kawaki and the newly decrypted information from Kara's crashed aircraft.[361] In the anime however, this discussion had taken place in the Hokage Residence.
    • In the manga, Sarada notices a resemblance between Tsunade's Strength of a Hundred Seal and the Kāma. Boruto and Sarada both consider asking Tsunade and Sakura individually regarding their seal's origins.[362] This conversation was omitted in the anime and Boruto departs to train with Mitsuki instead.
  • In Boruto episode 203, there are multiple changes:
    • In the manga, chapter 36 picks up right after the end of 35 with Boruto and Mitsuki returning to the village.[363][364] In the anime, this isn't shown until the next day after they finish training.
    • In the manga, Shikadai and Inojin are playing cards and discussing about Kawaki. [365] In the anime, Shikadai is instead playing with Iwabe, accompanied by the rest of Teams 10 and 5, and winning against him rather than Inojin.
    • In the manga, Sakura buys flowers to celebrate Sasuke's return to the village. Sarada asks Sakura about similarities between the Strength of a Hundred Seal and Kāma.[366] In the anime, Sarada is buying flowers instead, for both Sasuke and Kawaki, though Sasuke had already returned to the village at an earlier point. The discussion about Kāma is once again omitted.
    • In the manga, upon Jigen's arrival to the Uzumaki household, Koji incinerates toad he had spying on the house.[367] In the anime, he simply orders to the toad hide in bushes and continue observing what is transpiring.
    • In the manga, Ino contacts Naruto about Jigen's arrival.[368] This is cut in the anime.
    • In the manga, after hearing of Jigen's ambush, Sarada rushes to the Uzumaki household.[369] In the anime, she plans to go the house because she had bought flowers for Kawaki.
    • In the anime, Naruto engages Jigen in a brief fight when he refuses to back down from protecting Kawaki and Konohamaru. In response, Jigen threatens to destroy the surrounding area, forcing Kawaki to give himself up. In the manga however, before Naruto and Jigen begin to fight, Kawaki surrenders. Konohamaru was also not present when this all took place.[370]
  • In Boruto episode 204, there are a few changes:
    • In the manga, after Naruto had been sealed by Jigen, Sarada questions Kawaki about Naruto's whereabouts. Boruto and Mitsuki arrive at the house shortly after [371] In the anime, they show up before and Kawaki had told Sarada about Naruto's status offscreen.
    • In the manga, Koji was completely unaware of the events in Jigen's fight against Sasuke and Naruto in the separate dimension. Ultimately, he deduced from the long period of his disappearance that Jigen was pressured and overtaxed by the duo.[372] In the anime, he snuck a toad into Jigen's portal to continue watching the fully nature of the battle, witnessing Jigen's body begin to break down.
    • In the manga, Sasuke escapes before Naruto taunts Jigen about how far they pushed him, to the point Kurama councils him not to give Jigen a reason to change his mind from sealing him to killing him. Jigen in turn asks about Boruto and how his Kāma is maturing.[373] In the anime, Sasuke only escapes after these exchanges.
  • In Boruto episode 205, there are a few changes:
    • In the anime, when Boruto suggests Sasuke could use his space-time ninjutsu to look for Naruto, Shikamaru reveals he returned from his mission in critical condition, and is being treated by the Medic Corps. In the manga, Shikamaru had yet to learn about Sasuke's return and condition,[374] and was only notified after the children left.[375]
    • In the manga, Koji leaves Konoha after the barrier is set up around the Uzumaki household.[376] In the anime, he does not leave the village until days after Naruto's rescue.[377]
    • In the anime, Amado informs Jigen that it will take ten days for him to fully recover from his fight with Naruto and Sasuke, while Code and Delta watch. In the manga however, Amado says that it would only take two days for Jigen to fully recover,[378] and only Delta is present.[379] Amado also turns his attention to Delta, to her annoyance, after Jigen affirms his wish will be fulfilled when Kawaki and Boruto become perfect Ōtsutsuki.[379] He does not so in the anime.
    • In the manga, there were two instances of Boruto lashing out at Shikamaru for being suspicious of Kawaki and at Nishi for speculating Himawari's vase of being a ninja tool or a juinjutsu.[380] In the anime, these do not occur.
  • In Boruto episode 206, there are multiple changes:
    • In the anime, Shikamaru isn't informed about Sasuke's condition, already aware of it since before arriving at the Uzumaki residence in the previous episode. In the manga, he was informed right after the children left.[375]
    • In the anime, Sarada is the one who notices Boro's first acid attack from below and warns the others. In the manga, it was Mitsuki who noticed and warned of the attack.[381]
    • In the anime, Sarada punches a round boulder down a peak at Boro to get him away from Mitsuki. In the manga, she physically grabs an irregular boulder and throws it at him after jumping up in the air.[382]
    • In the anime, Sarada stresses the importance of team-work, dubs them the new Team 7, and puts on her forehead protector only after they figure out Boro is using a virus. In the manga, these occur before the discovery.[383]
    • In the anime, Boruto and Kawaki pass out after explaining how Boro's Dark Cloud feels, and the limitations of what Kāma can and can't absorb. Mitsuki has his snakes bite them, mentions his specially made body when Sarada asks why he had his snakes ingest the mist, and shares his virus hypothesis with Sarada before they regain consciousness and movement. In the manga, Boruto and Kawaki never pass out, Mitsuki isn't revealed to have had his snakes bite them until later, he makes no mention of his special body, and although he did suspect Boro's jutsu involved a virus, he has Sarada confirm it by analysing a bit of the mist his snake captured with her Sharingan.[384]
    • In the anime, Sarada's Sharingan only have two tomoe, and she consistently keeps them active during battle. In the manga, they're already fully matured, with three tomoe, and she is frequently seen with them off during battle.[385]
    • In the anime, Boro preaches how he made people believe in miracles with his virus, how he'll save them from their hellish word, and derides the children as not being worth saving. In the manga, he makes no mention of his cult, and merely boasts there are no jutsu that can counter his virus.[386]
    • In the anime, Boruto creates shadow clones when he first attacks Boro, who counterattacks with his Lava Release, requiring Kawaki to pull out of the way. In doing so, their Kāma resonance slightly enhances Boruto's Rasengan, which both of them notice before they land the first attack which triggers Boro's regeneration. While Sarada prepares to put Boro in position, they explicitly strategise and decide to trigger a much stronger effect on Boruto's Rasengan. In the manga, Boruto makes no use of clones, and his first attack is a regular, non-enhanced Rasengan, his later enhanced Rasengan something they try on the spot.[387]
  • In Boruto episode 207, there are multiple changes:
    • In the anime, Boro boasts about his body before realising Mitsuki harvested his antibodies. In the manga, he makes no boast at all.[388]
    • In the manga, while explaining his actions, Mitsuki credits Orochimaru's influence on him for the habit of collecting things around him.[389] In the anime, he doesn't.
    • In the manga, Sarada screams for Kawaki when he breaks formation to protect Naruto's seal,[390] and Kawaki attempts to block Boro's shuriken while still in the air.[391] In the anime, Kawaki lands on the ground before blocking the shuriken, and Sarada's scream is to try warning him against doing it instead of for breaking formation.
    • In the manga, Boro mixes gunpowder to make his virus cloud explode.[392] In the anime, it's an unspecified flammable substance.
    • In the anime, after Kawaki is injured by the explosion, Boro comments on Kawaki's body also being a divine gift. He makes no such comments in the manga.[393]
    • In the anime, Team 7 comment on who wants to protect who. In the manga, no such comments happen.[394]
    • In the anime, Boruto and Mitsuki's attack on Boruto is extended, while Kawaki holds Sarada back and explains she has to find a core that controls Boro's scientific ninja tools. He later attacks along Boruto and Mitsuki to give Sarada time to find it. In the manga, he only explains it later in the fight,[395] after asking Boruto and Mitsuki to buy time without him.[396]
    • In the manga, Sarada directly asks Kawaki how Boro could have a sizeable core somewhere in his body, considering all the parts of it they already destroyed.[397] In the anime, she just thinks it to herself while looking for it.
    • In the manga, Boruto comments he doesn't have enough chakra for another Rasengan after destroying Boro's shoulder,[398] and wonders when Sarada mastered the Chidori.[399] In the anime, he has chakra for one more, and continues fighting. He notices Sarada's incoming Chidori, and creates a ruse with smoke-bombs and a Vanishing Rasengan, destroying Boro's arm and making it impossible for him to weave hand seals just before moving out of the way for Sarada's attack. He also doesn't question when she mastered the Chidori.
    • In the manga, when Kawaki suggests abandoning the fight with Boro after he starts rampaging in favour of releasing Naruto, Mitsuki suggests that Naruto might be strong enough to defeat Boro.[400] In the anime, Mitsuki makes no suggestion.
  • In Boruto episode 208, there are a few changes:
    • In the manga, while possessing Boruto, Momoshiki disintegrates Boro with a powered up Rasengan, only his tentacles remaining.[401] In the anime, there are no remains of Boro left from the Rasengan, and Boro curses at Koji for deceiving him.
    • In the manga, after regaining consciousness, Kawaki asks Mitsuki what happened as he witnesses Boruto in the air after Boro is defeated, and Mitsuki confesses he doesn't know.[402] In this anime, this exchange is cut.
    • In the anime, a couple of concerns about Boruto's Kāma are shifted from Sarada[403] to Mitsuki.
    • In the anime, Naruto awakens in the hospital after a two day coma after his rescue. In the manga, it is never specified how long he was unconscious.[404]
    • In the manga, Shikamaru discusses with Naruto about how he was rescued, as well as punishing Team 7 for disobedience and Jigen being capable of using space–time ninjutsu through Kawaki's Kāma.[405] In the anime, discussion of Team 7 being punished is omitted, Naruto is told of his rescue by Hinata, and the topic of Jigen is rearranged to later in the episode.
    • In the manga, Sakura is present with Sarada in her room at the hospital with Sasuke and Mitsuki, and wishes her to recover. Also, Mitsuki talks with Sasuke in private about Momoshiki's possession of Boruto.[406] In the anime, Sakura isn't present and Mitsuki, Sasuke discuss the manifestation with Sarada, and is he who wishes Sarada to recover.
    • In the manga, Naruto, Shikamaru and Boruto visit Kawaki in his room after Naruto's awakening. Shikamaru states Kawaki would have heavier security after Jigen's intrusion.[407] In the anime, Kawaki visits Naruto in his room with Boruto instead and have discussion regarding what had happened and more intel on Kara.
  • In the manga, Jigen checks in with Code to see if anyone else has attempted to approach the Ten-Tails, shortly before his fight with Koji.[408] In the anime however, this transpires prior to Koji returning to the hideout and Amado's defection. Delta is also present, who informs Jigen of Boro's demise and Naruto's escape, which he does not learn until later in the manga.[409]
  • In the manga, upon returning to the hideout, Koji asks Amado the whereabouts of Boro and Code.[410] In the anime, Koji asks him where all the Inners are, instead of asking about anyone specific.[377]
  • In Boruto episode 212, there are a couple changes:
    • In the manga, after Amado shuts Delta down, Koji wonders if he himself has a programmed shutdown code before sending Amado to Konoha.[411] In the anime, he only wonders it after sending Amado to Konoha.
    • In the anime, Moegi is with Team 10 during their battle royale sparring, who leaves to get them lunch. However in the manga, Moegi is not seen until Amado takes Shikadai hostage.[412] Moegi also notes to herself the team became determined to train after failing to capture Koji Kashin when he had stolen data from the village archives, which had never happened in the manga.[377]
    • In the manga, Boruto asks Sumire what it means to defect after Amado's request to defect to Konoha.[413] In the anime, Sumire merely questions if Amado is defecting from Kara.
    • In the manga, only Naruto, Sasuke and Shikamaru are initially present in the room with Amado where they listen to what he talks about Kara and the Ōtsutsuki,[414] and Sai only joins in when Amado's asylum deal is finalised.[415] In the anime, Sai is also in the room with the other three from the start.
    • In the manga, Amado's interrogation begins before he projects Koji's confrontation with Jigen.[416] In the anime, it begins after.[417]
    • In the manga, Jigen inquires Koji on his report after his return, which leads to him voicing his suspicions that someone had conspired to crash the airship.[418] In the anime, this happens offscreen and is moved to the following episode.[417]
  • In the anime, the live feed of Koji and Jigen disconnects during the beginning of their fight, but resumes prior to Jigen's death.[417] In the manga however, the live feed only disconnects after Isshiki's resurrection.[419]
  • In Boruto episode 214, there are a couple changes:
    • In the manga, while Jigen is shrinking the flames summoned by Koji, the latter explains that he had summoned them from another location, rather than creating them through chakra.[420] In the anime, instead of it being told by Koji himself, Kawaki and Amado deduce that it is his method while they are observing the fight.
    • In the anime, Sai comments on Isshiki's shrinking, Amado's explanation of resurrection through Kāma, and the possibility of the village being destroyed by Isshiki in search of Kawaki. In the manga, those comments were made by Shikamaru[421][422] and Katasuke.[423]
    • In the anime, after Sasuke blocks Kawaki's attack on Amado, Katasuke has Sumire tell Akita and other lab workers to prepare for video analysis.No such exchange happens in the manga.
    • In the manga, after Amado reveals that the bomb on Shikadai's neck is just for decoration, Katasuke questions what he would have done if they had realised that, and Shikamaru just expresses a little frustration.[424] In the anime, Katasuke doesn't question him and Shikamaru angrily grabs him by the collar.
  • In Boruto episode 215, there are a couple changes:
    • In the anime, Naruto and Sai escort Katasuke, Sumire and Amado to the Byakugan proof room beneath Konoha before Isshiki's arrival in the village when Amado mentions Isshiki's Byakugan can track Kawaki, and explain its origin and capabilities as they arrive on it. However in the manga, they are all still in the interrogation room when he arrives,[425] and Sai suggests using the room before Amado points out Isshiki can track Kawaki with the Byakugan.[426]
    • In the anime, Boruto's discussion with Naruto is extended. In addition to what was portrayed in the manga, Boruto points out he helped out in the fight against Momoshiki, but Naruto counters that he might be taken over by his Kāma again.
    • In the anime, the Byakugan proof room is given more background. It is an old Root facility, built by Danzō as a precaution against a possible Hyūga coup.
    • In the anime, before Isshiki's arrival, Shikamaru, Tsunade, and Kakashi coordinate the shinobi, and Shikamaru confesses to not having a plan. Tenten, Chōji, Kiba, Rock Lee rally them instead, and Konohamaru visits Mugino's grave. No such events happen in the manga.
    • In the manga, Isshiki is confronted by two Konoha shinobi and retaliates when he is attacked by one of them. When Isshiki incapacitates the other, the shinobi states that they haven't been told anything.[427] In the anime, instead of two unknown shinobi, Isshiki is confronted by a group consisting of Tenten, Chōji, Kiba, Rock Lee and Konohamaru, who he effortlessly defeats. Isshiki comes close to killing Konohamaru until Naruto's arrival. Naruto did not meet Isshiki until after he had left the two shinobi in the manga.[428]
    • In the manga, Isshiki uses Sukunahikona to shrink a nearby building in order to get Naruto to disclose Kawaki's location.[429] This was cut in the anime.
  • In Boruto episode 216, there are several changes:
    • In the manga, Shikamaru is speaking with the Konoha Barrier Team on the status of Naruto and Sasuke, who informs him that they had disappeared from the village after Boruto and Isshiki.[430] In the anime, Shikamaru tells the group hiding in the hidden Byakugan proof location of their status instead, having been updated offscreen.
    • In the anime, shortly after waking up, Kawaki attempts to join the fight against Isshiki by creating rift with his Kāma, before being told he no longer has it. No such attempt happens in the manga.
    • In the anime, Sumire takes over a couple of Shikamaru's lines about having hope in Naruto.
    • In the manga, Naruto makes his first move against Isshiki in the other dimension with his Rasengan.[431] In the anime however, he does not use it until shortly before Isshiki momentarily incapacitates him.
    • In the manga, Naruto is separated from Sasuke by Isshiki's cubes.[432] In the anime, Isshiki pins him between two cubes instead.
    • The revelation of Isshiki's reluctance in killing Boruto for his plans greatly differs between the anime and manga. In the manga, Boruto and Sasuke learn of it when the former attempted to shield latter from being impaled by Isshiki with his own sword.[433] In the anime, Boruto discovers this when he attempts and fails to block Isshiki's cube from crushing Sasuke with his Compression Rasengan.
    • In the manga, after Isshiki shrinks Boruto's kunai, he attacks Sasuke, pinning him down with his cubes. Following that, Boruto uses the Rasengan against Isshiki.[434] This does not happen in the anime.
    • In the anime, Naruto frees himself from Isshiki's cubes upon transforming into Baryon Mode. However in the manga, Naruto does not access the transformation until after fending Isshiki off from Boruto.[435]
  • In Boruto episode 217, there are a couple of changes:
    • In the manga, Sasuke physically carries Boruto away from the fight when Isshiki attempts to crush Naruto with his cubes.[436] In the anime, Naruto hands over Boruto to Sasuke using one of his Baryon Mode tails before resuming the fight with Isshiki.
    • In the manga, when Kurama had explained to Naruto how Baryon Mode works in a flashback, he compares it to nuclear fusion, following with Naruto questioning how the form differs from his other transformations.[437] In the anime, this portion is cut from Kurama's explanation.
    • In the manga, Katasuke explains to Amado that Kawaki's prosthetic is able to function via Naruto sharing his chakra. Following his explanation, Sumire asks Amado if he is able to restore Kawaki's arm.[438] In the anime, it is Sumire who gives him the explanation instead, but she does not ask about Kawaki's arm afterwards.
    • In the manga, Boruto passes out during Naruto and Isshiki's fight.[439] In the anime, he does not do so until Isshiki brings forth Kawaki through the Kāma Rift. During this moment in the manga, Momoshiki begins to take over Boruto,[440] which was cut in the anime.
    • In the manga, Kawaki uses a smoke bomb that negates Isshiki's Byakugan abilities left by Sasuke when the latter switches places with him.[441] In the anime, Sasuke uses the smoke bomb himself.
    • In the manga, when Isshiki gives Kawaki a 20 second countdown before he kills Naruto, Kawaki remembers back to hiding from him as Jigen.[442] In the anime, this is split and expanded into multiple flashbacks.
  • In Boruto episode 218, there are several changes:
    • In the manga, Sasuke notes that Boruto's broken wrist and his other fractures are all healed after Momoshiki's manifestation due to the latter's special healing abilities.[443] In the anime, Sasuke does not mention that.
    • In the manga, Kawaki only attacks Momoshiki with his own shinobiware,[444] and Sasuke checks that Momoshiki is avoiding absorbing ninjutsu when he dodges his Fire Release: Great Fireball Technique.[445] In the anime, Kawaki first attacks with Fire Release, and Sasuke realises this fact after Momoshiki blocks his Amaterasu with a shadow clone.
    • In the manga, Momoshiki uses a shadow clone to shield himself against Sasuke's Amaterasu from the get-go.[446] In the anime, he manages to avoid Amaterasu by jumping back at first, before utilising a shadow clone to shield himself shortly after.
    • In the manga, Sasuke stresses to Kawaki that Momoshiki can leave them with his space-time ninjutsu, and that he wants Boruto back in control so they can return to Konoha.[447] In the anime, this passage is omitted.
    • In the manga, Naruto passes out during the fight against the Momoshiki possessed Boruto.[448][449] In the anime, this does not happen until after Boruto overcomes Momoshiki's control.
    • In the anime, Naruto and Kurama reminisce about their time together before Kurama dissipates. In the manga however, their last conversation is kept brief.[450]
  • In Boruto episode 219, there are several changes:
    • In the manga, Naruto tells Sasuke the cost of Baryon Mode was Kurama's life.[451] In the anime, while this was cut, Naruto and Sasuke would later discuss the loss of their abilities with Sakura and Katasuke.
    • In the manga, Sasuke asks Boruto to use the Kāma Rift to return the group to Konoha. Initially, Boruto is hesistant due to his guilt in Sasuke losing his Rinnegan to Momoshiki.[452] In the anime, this scene was largely revised. Boruto is already seen attempting to use Kāma Rift in the beginning of the episode and when the group returns to the village, Boruto apologises to Sarada regarding the incident while both Sasuke and Sarada assure him that he isn't at fault.
    • In the manga, when Isshiki manifests from Code's Kāma, he relays to him to fulfill the Ōtsutsuki Will and those who were responsible for his demise.[453] In the anime, Isshiki's explanation of how Code should proceed with Kara's initial plan to make himself an Ōtsutsuki and who was involved with his death was cut.
    • In the manga, Amado is seen muttering to himself as those with him await on updates regarding the group that are fighting Isshiki. After Amado is relieved of hearing of that group's return and Kawaki's safety, Sumire is shown to be suspicious of Amado's behaviour.[454] In the anime, Amado's suspicious behaviour is omitted.
    • In the manga, a week after Isshiki's defeat, Boruto is interviewed on his heroics on live tv. Also, Amado informs Naruto and Shikamaru on Code, the last surviving Inner.[455] [456] In the anime, Amado providing intel on Code takes place shortly after Naruto's return to the village while Boruto's interview is in the following day.
  • In Boruto episode 220, there are a few changes:
    • In the manga, Kawaki visits Amado and Katasuke for a checkup after he was given a new arm a week prior.[457] In the anime, after an unspecified amount of time has passed after Isshiki's defeat, Kawaki receives his new arm soon after Sumire visits him at the Uzumaki household.
    • In the manga, Kawaki questions Sumire if she has feelings for Boruto.[458] In the anime, this was removed.
    • In the anime, after having counseled Boruto, Naruto is approached by Amado, who offers him medication to delay Boruto's Ōtsutsukification. In the manga however, it is Naruto who meets with Amado to find a solution to the Ōtsutsukification after the Five Kage Summit. Amado states that a side effect to the medication could result in death,[459] which is removed from the anime and instead explained that the pills are the reason for Kawaki's slow progression.

Animation Changes

These are small changes made in the anime regarding depictions, how characters and objects are positioned or actions. The plot does not acknowledge these minor changes.

Part I

  • In the anime, Zabuza's flak jacket design was altered[460] by adding metal with the Kirigakure village symbol on each shoulder.[133]
  • In the manga, an unnamed Chūnin Exams proctor is shown with a tattoo on his head.[461][462][463] In the anime, he is removed completely.
  • In the manga, up until the second part of the Chūnin Exams, Neji's hair tie was higher up, right at the base of his head.[464] In the anime, it was much lower.[465]
  • In the manga, Orochimaru's summoning tattoo has alternating curves coming out of it.[466] In the anime, these are removed.[467] This is corrected in subsequent appearances, but instead adds another error where the lower part of the seal is incorrect.
  • In the manga, when Kabuto speaks with Baki after Gaara killed Dosu, he wears a sleeveless outfit.[468] In the anime, he wears his usual attire.[31] In Shippūden episode 307, Kabuto wears a sleeveless purple shirt and blue pants, including his Konoha forehead protector.[235]
  • In the manga, when Kabuto killed an Anbu during Naruto's battle with Neji at the Chūnin Exams, he wears an Anbu uniform.[469] In the anime, he wears his usual attire instead of an Anbu uniform.[34]
  • In the manga, when a member of the Anbu was killed by Kabuto during the final Chūnin Exams, his face was shown.[469] However, in the anime, his face wasn't shown when he was killed.[34]
  • In the manga, Hiruzen's outfit bore the kanji for Third Hokage (三代目火影, Sandaime Hokage, literally meaning: Third Fire Shadow) on the back.[470] In the anime, it was changed to the kanji for fire (, hi).[471] His outfit once again bore the kanji for Third Hokage upon his reanimation.[472]
  • In the manga, when Kabuto speaks with Orochimaru after the Invasion of Konoha ended, he was wearing a sleeveless outfit.[473] In the anime, however, he wears his usual attire, including his Oto forehead protector and fingerless gloves.[474]
  • In the anime at the Valley of the End, Naruto stands near to the statue of Madara Uchiha and Sasuke is opposite him. After the scene changes from Sasuke activating his Sharingan, Sasuke is near the statue with Naruto opposite him.[475]

Part II

  • In the manga, when Yamato suppresses the Naruto's four-tailed form with Hokage-Style Sixty-Year-Old Technique — Kakuan Entering Society with Bliss-Bringing Hands, there are ten pillars.[476] In the anime, there are eleven.[477]
  • In the manga, the triangle on Hidan's Jashin amulet points up.[478]
  • In Shippūden episode 80, when the lower portion of Pain's face is shown, he does not have his two lip piercings.
  • In the manga, a young Gamabunta is shown to not have had a scar on his left eye when sitting next to Jiraiya.[479] In the anime, he has a scar.[480]
  • In the manga, Tobi blocks Suigetsu's sword with his artificial right arm.[481] In the anime, he blocks it with his left arm.[482]
  • In Shippūden episode 143, when B turns into the Eight-Tails, his shin-guards and sandals fall off. This didn't occur in the scene in the manga[483] or any other time he has transformed.
  • In the manga, the Preta Path of Pain has six piercings below its mouth.[484] In the anime, it only has five.[485]
  • In the anime, the Naraka Path's original body, while still alive, is shown outside, while in the manga, he was in the sewers.
  • In the anime, the Asura Path's original body, while still alive, is shown wearing a rice hat, while in the manga, his bare forehead and crown of the head are shown.
  • In the manga Kushina's hair is shown to fall down almost to her ankles.[486] In the anime, Kushina's hair falls to her waist.[2]
  • In the manga, several of the Uchiha clan members before the founding of Konohagakure are depicted with elaborate facial markings.[487] In the anime, however, only one of the members retain his distinct facial markings.[488]
  • In the manga, Nagato deflects the Amegakure and Root kunai on his right.[489] In the anime, he deflects them from his left.[490]
  • In Shippūden episode 187, when Naruto looks at Hokage Rock before leaving with Jiraiya, Tsunade's face is next to Minato's, even though it was not there when they left at the end of Part I in the manga. In fact, when Naruto returned to Konoha, he claimed that the only thing different about the village was that Tsunade's face was now engraved on the rock. This seems to be a mistake from the animators as it contradicts a major part of the story line.
  • In the manga, when Danzō first reveals a Sharingan, the eye looks unhealthy, having a dark sclerae.[491] In the anime, the sclerae is white.[492]
  • In the manga, Rōshi's headpiece is depicted as having a golden ring on the left side. In the anime, however, this ring was not present.[493]
  • In the manga, Sasuke's Susanoo has six fingers.[494] In the anime, it has five fingers.[495]
  • In the manga, Mei Terumī strikes Ao with a straight punch.[496] In the anime, she strikes him with an uppercut.[497]
  • In the manga, when Sasuke puts Danzō in a genjutsu, "Itachi" uses Amaterasu with his right eye,[498] In the anime, "Itachi" casts it with his left eye.[499]
  • In Shippūden episode 214, there are several errors:
    • Kakashi's Mangekyō Sharingan is inaccurately depicted as having a black background and red tomoe, similar to Sasuke Uchiha's,[500] though this was fixed in Shippūden episode 215.
    • The teeth of Sasuke's final Susanoo form in the manga are depicted as jagged,[501] but when animated they resemble normal teeth with elongated canines.
    • When Sasuke's complete Susanoo is seen for the first time in the manga it has what appears to be an orb in it's foremost right hand.[501] In the anime however the entity is seen with a gourd of sorts in its secondary right hand with the orb being absent altogether.
  • In the manga when White Zetsu cancels his Substitute Technique the clone resembles a regular Zetsu clone.[502] However in the anime, the clone has the venus flytrap like extensions which have never been seen on a typical clone.[503]
  • In Shippūden episode 221, the robes from all reincarnated Akatsuki members are depicted with an incorrect colour scheme, black with red lining.[504] In the manga, the robes are wine-coloured with tan lining, matching Kabuto's.[505] The colour scheme was corrected in Shippūden episode 254.
  • In the manga, the object Kurama was bounded to as well as the chains and stakes that bound it while sealed within Kushina Uzumaki had more of a liquid appearance[506] while in the anime, they appear to be more solid.[507] This was changed in the subsequent episode into something that resembled lava.[228]
  • In the manga[508] and in the Shippūden episode 247,[507] Sasuke appeared to have short spiky black as an infant, however, in the Shippūden episode 248, he appears to have bangs on both sides of his face and no fringe[228]
  • In Shippūden episode 255, there are several errors:
    • In the manga when Kabuto returns to the Mountains' Graveyard, he has several appendages on the lower half of his snake-like body.[509] In the anime, however, these are not present.
    • In that same scene, Zetsu's lower half is completely white. Also in the manga, he appears close behind Kabuto while in the anime he is on the same side as Tobi.
  • In Shippūden episode 256, Hiashi Hyūga is seen wearing a bandanna-styled forehead protector whereas in the manga, he wears it in the traditional manner. This may have been misconstrued due to the fact that the forehead protector is on a dark cloth and Hiashi has black hair, but in fact the forehead protector is tied in as similar manner to Neji's: with his hair covering the back of the cloth.
  • In the manga, when Tsunade, A and Ōnoki are seen standing side by side, Ōnoki is actually flying.[510] However, in the anime, he is not.[511]
  • In Shippūden episode 261, C who was present in the manga when deploying with the Sensor Division,[512] is replaced with another shinobi.
  • In the manga, Shin wears a Konoha forehead protector when he was reincarnated by Kabuto.[513] In the anime, he doesn't wear one.[511]
  • In the manga, when Omoi used the Cloud-Style Crescent Moon Beheading technique, he slashed his sword to the right and the opponents repelled the attack.[514] In the anime, however, Omoi slashed to the left and the opponents dodged the attack instead.[515]
  • In the anime, part of the left side of Tobi's face can be seen through his mask's eyehole.[86] While in the manga, Masashi Kishimoto has consistently kept that side of his face, except for his eye, completely shadowed.
  • In the anime, Shin's eyes are depicted as being black. However, when he was reincarnated — the only time his eyes are seen open in the manga — they are depicted as being light-coloured.[516] Curiously in the anime when Shin is reincarnated his eyes are black in colour, however when Sasori uses Shin as a puppet, his eyes turn white as if his personality had been eliminated by Kabuto which was not the case.[86]
  • In Shippūden episode 264, there are a few changes:
    • In the manga, when he was reincarnated by Kabuto, Torune was drooling. In the anime, blood was coming from his mouth.[517]
    • The Suna-nin that speaks with the shinobi with the mobile communication device has on glasses. In the manga, he doesn't wear glasses.[518]
  • In Shippūden episode 265, there are several changes:
    • The Konoha-nin behind Tajiki's comrade has a scar under his left eye. In the manga, none is present.
    • When Guy and Lee attack Haku with the Leaf Coiling Whirlwind in the manga, Lee is on the right and Guy is on the left.[519] In this episode, they are reversed.
  • In the manga, when Mū is detected by Gaara's Concealed Sand Picture Cat, sand rises up from the ground and encircles Mū's foot.[520] In the anime, sand is instead seen blowing about on the battlefield.
  • In Shippūden episode 267, there are a few changes:
    • The Gold and Silver Brothers are depicted without the plating on the bridge of their noses.
    • Mifune and his squad are seen running in the opposite direction than they were in the manga.[521]
  • In Shippūden episode 269, there are a few changes:
    • When Ginkaku seals Samui, he is standing up. In the manga, he had been knocked away by Darui's attack, and was still sitting down when he sealed her.
    • The episode has Kinkaku smirking a lot while he is usually seen frowning in the manga.
  • There are a few changes in Shippūden episode 270:
    • The number of shinobi being strangled by Kakuzu was dropped from four to three.
    • In the manga, Chōza stopped Kinkaku's tail with one hand while in the anime, he used two.
    • In the manga, Kitsuchi's punching of Kinkaku is shown from left to right.[522] In the episode, the punch is shown from right to left. Also, more of his rock-transformed arm was visible in the manga while in the anime, his sleeve covered it.
  • The Sunagakure-nin that was with the Fifth Division samurai was not wearing a mask. The manga, however, shows otherwise.[523]
  • In Shippūden episode 274, there are a few changes:
    • When Kurenai Yūhi and her and Asuma's child were seen, the village was in the backdrop. The anime dropped this in favour of a two-toned backdrop.
    • In the manga, when Chōza protected the current Ino-Shika-Chō generation from Asuma's Fire Release: Ash Pile Burning technique, he threw himself in front of them horizontally.[524] In the anime, he stood in front of them.
    • In the manga, the kunai wielded by Asuma were depicted with square tips.[525] In the anime, however, they were circular.
    • In the anime, when Asuma told his students that their formation had been perfected, tears came to their eyes. In the manga, though visibly saddened, they did not cry.[526]
  • In Shippūden episode 275, there are a few changes:
    • When Naruto enters Sage Mode and charges at his protection detail, only the two Akimichi are flung out, whereas in the manga, everyone was thrown out from behind the waterfall. Additionally, Naruto attacked them with his fists instead of kicking them.[527]
    • In addition to this, Shibi was supposed to have sent his kikaichū to corner Naruto before he escaped from behind the waterfall, but this was omitted.[528]
  • In a reverse predicament when A elbowed B in the manga, B spat up what appeared to be saliva.[529] In the anime, however, B coughed up blood.[530]
  • In Shippūden episode 296, there are a few changes:
    • Naruto attacked the first Zetsu disguised as F with a Rasengan, despite kicking him in the manga.[531]
    • The first group of Zetsu being defeated by Naruto already changed back to their true form. In the manga, however, they still remained disguised as Allied Shinobi Forces.[532]
  • In Shippūden episode 298 when Killer B slices through Itachi Uchiha's Fire Release: Great Fireball Technique, Samehada is still bandaged up. However, in the manga, the greatsword was only partially bandaged.[533]
  • In Shippūden episode 299 when Itachi impaled Nagato with his Totsuka Sword, the three shinobi are seen standing beside Susanoo. In the manga, however, they are all in front of it.[534]
  • In the manga, Dodai's eye-patch is circular,[535] while in the anime, it is depicted as being square.[536]
  • In the manga, when the Third Raikage breaches through Dodai's Lava Release: Rubber Wall, the cut made to the wall is clean.[537] In Shippūden episode 301, the cut is rough.
  • In the manga, during the scene where it shows the Third Raikage fallen on his own technique, he is depicted as younger.[538] In Shippūden episode 301, they add age lines around his face.
  • In the manga omake tie-in, Shikamaru hair did not have his ponytail in the men's public bath. In the adapted anime episode, he has his ponytail the entire time there.
  • In Shippūden episode 326, there are a few changes:
  • In Shippūden episode 331, Sasuke's Susanoo is positioned at the right and attacks to the left. In the manga, it is positioned at the left and attacks to the right.[541]
  • In Shippūden episode 341, when Kinkaku and Ginkaku eating are shown Kurama's flesh, Kinkaku is on the left-hand side and Ginkaku on the right. In the manga, it was reversed.[542]
  • In chapter 584, Kabuto wears his usual outfit including his Konoha forehead protector.[543] In Shippūden episode 336, he wears a purple hooded mantle.[544]
  • In chapter 585, Itachi uses his Susanoo's curved blade to pin down Kabuto's construct of Orochimaru.[545] In Shippūden episode 337, Itachi's Susanoo instead uses the Sword of Totsuka.[546]
  • In chapter 605, the Kirigakure shinobi that tried to secure Rin Nohara's body was first skewered by Obito's Wood Release: Cutting Technique and was subsequently beaten to death.[547] In the anime, two shinobi were attempting to secure Rin, with the first of them being killed by Obito's Wood Release and the second being beaten to death.[548]
  • In Shippūden episode 363, Neji is seen behind Kakashi when the Allied Shinobi Forces arrive to the battlefield. In the manga, a Kumo shinobi is behind him and Neji isn't seen among them.[549]
  • In episode 365, Sasuke's view of Konoha is seen from an angle to his left side, while in the manga it was seen from his right side.[550]
  • In the manga, the chakra cloaks Naruto provides the rest of the Allied Shinobi Forces has the same yellow colour as his Nine-Tails Chakra Mode.[551] In the anime, it looks like his original, red chakra Version 1 cloak.
  • In the manga, Kurama's eyes had the same pattern up the Sharingan the entire battle due to it being controlled.[552][553][554] In the anime, up until Kurama was equipped with Susanoo, its eyes were normal.[555][556]
  • In the manga, Butsuma punched Hashirama with his left hand[557], where as in the anime, he is seen punching him with his right hand.[558]
  • In the manga, Tobirama is wearing his usual armour in Hashirama's retelling.[559] In Shippūden episode 368, he's wearing a variant with no shoulder guards.
  • In the manga, the two shadow clones Tobirama created were forming the clone seal as well.[560] In the anime, they stood normally instead.[561]
  • In Shippūden episode 375, once Obito sealed the Ten-Tails into himself, a shell encased around him and shattered once the jinchūriki transformation was complete. Originally in the manga, the transformation was unclear.[562] In Shippūden episode 378, however, the transformation was the same as it was in the manga in Hinata's flashback.
  • In the manga, Obito's Truth-Seeking Ball quickly dissolves the arm of Sasuke's Susanoo when it intercepts his attack.[563] In the anime, it appears to successfully block the attack.[564]
  • In the manga, after Obito produces chakra receivers to perform the Six Red Yang Formation, the Truth-Seeking Ball behind his right hand permanently disappears.[565] In the anime, the ball remains behind his hand.[566]
  • In the manga of chapter 652, Obito's imagination of his life had he returned to Konoha depicted his mask barely covering from his head to just below his right eye. In the anime of Shippūden episode 384, his mask almost covers the entire left portion of his face.
  • In the manga, when Hashirama used his Wood Dragons to restrain Madara, they were generic dragons. In the anime, they were the dragons with trunk-like noses.[567]
  • In the coloured manga release of the chapter, the Sage Art: Magnet Release Rasengan is coloured similar to Shukaku's body, giving it the appearance of a sandy sphere.[568] However, in the anime, the Magnet Release Rasengan is coloured in blue with Shukaku's cursed seal markings.[569]
  • In the manga, the Forbidden Individual Curse Tag technique is black in colour with a Rinnegan-like symbol on it,[570] while in the anime, it is white with a red, white, and teal symbol.[571]
  • In the manga, Minato is erroneously depicted with six Truth-Seeking Balls on his coat,[572] while in the anime, it's corrected to five balls.[573]
  • In the manga, within Hinata's Infinite Tsukuyomi dream, Hanabi's appearance is the one from Part I,[574] while in the anime, it was corrected to her Part II design.[575]
  • In the manga, Naruto sends Kaguya's severed arm with Black Zetsu inside it flying by punching it into the range of the Six Paths — Chibaku Tensei.[576] In the anime, he swings it around several times before throwing it away.[110]

New Era

  • In the manga, Boruto hides from Naruto under a nearby sign.[577] In the anime, he hides under a manhole cover.[578]
  • In the manga, when Suigetsu was doing DNA test for Sarada, Sarada was shocked to see the images of Sasuke and Karin on the computer screen monitor.[579] In the anime, this was omitted with it being reflected through her glasses.
  • In Boruto episode 65, there are a few changes:
    • Momoshiki knocks out Gaara with a kick after binding him with his hair in the manga.[580] In the anime, he punches him instead.
    • In the manga, Boruto's Vanishing Rasengan strikes Momoshiki in the shoulder.[581] In the anime, he is struck in the face.
  • In the manga, Boruto visits Sarada at her home, she is in her sleepwear.[582] In the anime, she’s wearing her regular attire.[583]
  • In the manga, in his first appearance, Code bore a different design, which was changed in later chapters.[584] Initially in the anime, Code had his original design in episode 157, but in episode 181, he has his final design.[585][317]
  • In the manga, Mitsuki holds back Boruto upon seeing Katasuke.[586] In the anime, he does not.[321]
  • In the manga, during the fight against the autonomous puppets, Sarada performs the Great Fireball Technique on the ground.[587] In the anime, she expels the fireball from above.[330]
  • In the manga, Delta wears her cloak during the dinner with Jigen.[588] In the anime, Delta does not wear one.[589]
  • In the manga, after Naruto heals from his stab wound, Delta briefly displays a chakra cloak before resuming the fight.[590] In the anime, she doesn't.[353]
  • In the manga, both of Delta's eyes lose their functioning after storing too much of Naruto's chakra.[591] In the anime, it is only her right eye.[355]
  • In the manga, Code and Boro are wearing their cloaks when having a conversation with Delta.[592] In the anime, they aren't wearing their cloaks.[593]
  • In the manga, Kurama uses chakra arms to remove the chakra rods impaled in Naruto.[594] In the anime, Kurama cloaks Naruto in chakra which repulses the rods.[595]
  • In the manga, Sarada punches Boro from right to left.[596] In the anime, she does so from left to right.[597]
  • In the manga, Sumire's hair braided into twin pigtails.[598] In the anime, she retains her braided ponytail.[599]
  • In the manga, after Koji is revealed as a Jiraiya clone, he attacks Isshiki from right to left.[600] In the anime, the attacks are from left to right.[601]
  • In the manga, when Isshiki arrives in Konoha, villagers can be seen evacuating.[602] In the anime, there are no villagers in sight.
  • In the manga, when Kawaki uses Fire Release against Isshiki, he performs it with a one-hand seal.[603] In the anime, he uses his prosthetic hand to form regular seals, despite the fact it was deactivated and disconnected.[604]

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  456. Boruto chapter 56, pages 17-19 and 31-33
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  460. Naruto chapter 29, Page 13
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  464. Naruto chapter 36, page 16
  465. Naruto episode 22
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  467. Naruto episode 29
  468. Naruto chapter 92, page 4
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  471. Naruto episode 68
  472. Naruto chapter 620, page 7
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  543. Naruto chapter 584, page 14
  544. Naruto: Shippūden episode 336
  545. Naruto chapter 585, pages 14-15
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  547. Naruto chapter 605, pages 12-14
  548. Naruto: Shippūden episode 345
  549. Naruto chapter 611, page 17
  550. Naruto chapter 618, pages 4-5
  551. Naruto volume 64 cover
  552. Naruto chapter 620, pages 13-16
  553. Naruto chapter 621
  554. Naruto chapter 626
  555. Naruto: Shippūden episode 366
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  563. Naruto chapter 639, pages 15-16
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  565. Naruto chapters 643-650
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  574. Naruto chapter 678
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  576. Naruto chapter 690
  577. Naruto 700+1 pages 9-10
  578. Boruto episodes 19
  579. Naruto 700+7
  580. Boruto chapter 8, page 8
  581. Boruto chapter 9, pages 6-7
  582. Boruto chapter 13, page 16
  583. Boruto episode 150
  584. Boruto chapters 16 and 34
  585. Boruto episodes 157
  586. Boruto chapter 17, page 11
  587. Boruto chapter 19, page 19
  588. Boruto chapter 24
  589. Boruto episode 188
  590. Boruto chapter 31, pages 30-32
  591. Boruto chapter 33, pages 28-30
  592. Boruto chapter 34
  593. Boruto episode 200
  594. Boruto chapter 36, page 33
  595. Boruto episode 203
  596. Boruto chapter 41, page 26
  597. Boruto episode 206
  598. Boruto chapter 44, page 3
  599. Boruto episode 208
  600. Boruto chapter 48, pages 3-4
  601. Boruto episode 214
  602. Boruto chapter 48, page 40
  603. Boruto chapter 53, page 25
  604. Boruto episode 218
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