How Many Chapters Does Naruto Manga Have?

how many chapters in naruto
Naruto Shippuden

Otakus, we call upon you to read this article to know every piece of important information regarding Naruto. If you haven’t already watched or read Naruto, fret not, as will give you all the relevant information that you need to do so. Naruto, which was first released more than two decades ago, continues to remain one of the most popular manga series and anime of all time. Without fail, Naruto always manages to make it to the top of every list. Having a lot of awards and the best of the reviews to boast about, Naruto has rightfully one of the largest fandoms in the whole of the anime and manga verse. 

As Naruto is one of the longest manga, many have wondered just how many chapters and episodes does the series have. We shall tell you all about this, along with additional information on where to read the manga and where to watch the anime. Happy reading, fans of Naruto. 

How Many Chapters & Episodes Does Naruto Have? 

Naruto manga series has a total of 700 chapters and 72 tankobon volumes. The entire series is divided into a total of two parts. The first part has a total of 244 chapters and 27 tankobon volumes, with the rest of the 456 chapters and 45 tankobon volumes being compiled into the second part. The first part is set in a timeline of Naruto’s childhood before he is 13 years of age, and the second part is set in a timeline of his teenage years. Naruto is 12 years old in the first part and 17 years old at the end of the second part. Naruto was first released in the year 1999 in the Weekley Shonen Jump and came to an end in the year 2014. 

how many chapters in naruto

The manga, due to its popularity, was adapted into an anime series by the production companies Aniplex and Pierrot. The first part of Naruto was adapted into the anime series called Naruto from the year 2002 to 2007, having a total of 4 seasons and 220 episodes. The second part being adapted into a continuation anime series of the previous one, from the year 2007 to 2017, is called Naruto Shippuden and has a total of 21 seasons and 500 episodes. 

Naruto: Manga Sites and Anime Streaming 

Due to the popularity of the series, manga is available for reading on a lot of sites. The Naruto manga series can be officially read on the Official Shonen Jump site and MANGA plus. Naruto, with an 8.3/10 rating on IMBD and 8/10 on MyAnimeList, is available for streaming on a lot of sites such as Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, Hulu, Vudu Crunchyroll, and Anime-Planet, amongst many other sites. Naruto: Shippuden, with an 8.6/10 rating on IMBD, an 8.2/10 on MyAnimeList, and 4.7/5 on Crunchyroll, is available for streaming on Netflix, Hulu, Anime-Planet, Crunchyroll, Adultswim, AnimeLab, amongst many others. 

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Naruto: Synopsis 

The story, set in a world of supernatural beings, begins with a powerful demon wreaking havoc upon the Hidden Leaf Village. The nine-tailed fox causes much harm and claims many lives before finally being defeated by the village’s strongest ninja. The Fourth Hokage protects the village by honorably giving up his life to kill the fox and sealing its demonic soul in the body of a child. The boy who comes to be known as Naruto Uzumaki is but rejected by practically all the residents of the village due to the demonic soul that he harbors within. A lonely Naruto consequently grew up with the innocent desire of just being accepted and loved by his village.  

how many chapters in naruto
Naruto Uzumaki

Naruto believes that becoming the most powerful ninja of the village is the only way for the villagers to love and respect him. Thus, he sets his goal on becoming the next Hokage of Hidden Leaf Village but becoming a ninja is a job easier said than done. An undeterred and mischievous Naruto is joined up by Sasuke and Sakura upon getting admission to the ninjutsu school, who later become the strongest of his allies. Naruto, Sasuke, and Sakura join forces with many other ninjas from all over the land, all with the purpose of becoming a formidable ninja.

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