Does Shippuden mean?
Shippuden is made up of two words—shippu and den. Shippu is a noun and means “a swift, strong wind.” Den is also a noun and in this case means something like “legend.” Therefore we get “legend of strong wind.” In most languages, it gets translated more naturally to “hurricane chronicle.”
Is the Naruto Shippuden series finished?
Naruto: Shippuden, a sequel to the original series, premiered in Japan in 2007, and ended in 2017, after 500 episodes.
Is Naruto Shippuden based on a true story?
And of course, the series doesn’t take place in a real part of Japan, so it feels like it’s mostly fiction. But Naruto actually does take cues from the real-life ninjas that once lived and worked in Japan. Here are 10 things in Naruto that you might not have noticed are similar to the factual ninjas that once existed.
Is there a series for Naruto Shippuden?
Naruto: Shippuden is an anime series mainly adapted from Part II of Masashi Kishimoto’s original manga series, with exactly 500 episodes. It is set two and a half years after the original series in the Naruto universe, following the ninja teenager Naruto Uzumaki and his allies.
Were there real ninjas?
If you’re a fan of ninjas, you’ll be pleased to know that ninjas were indeed real. Shinobi lived in Japan between the 15th and 17th Centuries. They were in two areas of Japan: Iga and Koga. The regions surrounding these two villages were ruled by samurai.