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Because of the events that took place on March 10, no Naruto fans will ever forget the birth date of his undisputed protagonist, Naruto Uzumaki. The same can not be said, however, of the son Boruto Uzumaki, whose birthday has only recently been unveiled.

The latest issue of Boruto: Naruto Next Generations

Published in the latest issue of the Japanese magazine Weekly Shonen Jump published by Shueisha, the manga of "Boruto: Naruto Next Generations" has revealed that the young firstborn that the Seventh Hokage had by his wife Hinata Hyuga was born exactly on March 27th.

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Not only did the boy come to the world during the same month that his heroic father was born, but Boruto Uzumaki, apparently, is celebrating his birthday only four days before his teammate Sarada Uchiha. Sasuke's skilled daughter it was born on March 31st, so it's just a few days younger than the classmate.

As for Himawari Uzumaki , the younger sister of Boruto himself, his date of birth still remains a mystery. How sure they will know those who follow the manga or even the animated transposition of "Boruto: Naruto Next Generation," an episode set during the narrative arc of Chunin's Selection Exams saw the Uzumaki family celebrate the birthday of the child, but without revealing the date of birth.

As a result, the most curious fans will have to wait until writer Ukyo Kodachi and illustrator Mikio Ikemoto, authors of the official sequel to Naruto, decide to finally empty the bag.

New year celebration

Meanwhile, to celebrate the new year just arrived, Mikio Ikemoto, author of "Boruto: Naruto Next Generations," gave the fans an illustration that offers us the protagonist of the work dressed in a costume in style Kabuki, very very impressive. Accompanying the whole series of authors who wanted to wish all the fans of anime and manga a happy 2019, the author of the drawings of the manga "Boruto: Naruto Next Generations" published on social networks a beautiful sketch that depicts his protagonist in an unpublished costume.

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As you can see in the lower part of this news (which shows an image contained in the Twitter post of the highly informed user Boruto Explorer ), the illustration depicts the son of the Seventh Hokage , Boruto, who, while wearing a beautiful blue dress inspired by style of the typical Japanese Kabuki theater , use a brush to write in red the best wishes for a happy 2019. All this with the shape of a pig in the upper right corner, as the new year, according to the Chinese horoscope, will be the year of this specific animal.

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