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Fruits Basket Episode 3 Japanese

As enthusiasts of the animation Naruto, we've all heard about the word Naruto, but do you know what it truly means? In Japanese it actually stands for a type of Japanese fish cake. This particular fish cake is often seen with pink surroundings and designs that is seen as a simple spiral form.


Believe it or not, it is often eaten alongside with soups and noodles. Yes, this will include the ramen that Naruto from the animation that he enjoys. If you examine the fishcakes carefully, you would also notice that the head protector that Naruto wears looks very much the same as the food itself. From the head protector, thus you'll realize that Kanoha is really revolved around this food and it's kinda interesting to see that these little facts actually ties in together to the centric part of the storyline in this animation.


Besides the fact that it is being seen as a traditional Japanese dish fish cakes, Naruto is also an actual city in Japan located in Tokushima a bit towards the southern part of Japan from the central divider. The city itself is quite small with a population of only 63,784 currently shown on their city's official website. This city was founded in the March of 1947 and as you can see that the city itself is still relatively new in comparison with other parts of Japan. One of the most interesting facts about the city is that it contains the first two of the 88 Shikoku Pilgrimage Buddhist temples. Now what makes this fact stands out is the looks of the people from the temple and what they wear.


Yes, those traditional Buddhist clothings that pilgrims wear are closely resembled to ones that the Hokage's in the animation wear starting with how they dress all the way to their hats and accessories. So the next time you watch Naruto episodes again, you'll know exactly where it's origin as well as where the little facts tie up together. I truly believe a lot of time has spent in the making of this animation from the Japanese to implement various names, clothing, as well as signs to symbolize the meanings of the traditional Japanese culture. It is truly a masterpiece by all means.


Henry Hsieh has multiple interests and he enjoys talking about them. As a fan of anime, he likes watching Naruto Episode and listen to Naruto MP3 at http://www.tailedfox.com the best Naruto site out.


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