Naruto is very popular in Japan right now. Naruto is set in Japan, and many things in it (such as language and habits) reflect Japanese culture well. However, you shouldn't depend on a cartoon to learn about a country. And most Japanese people don't go around wearing bright orange throwing shuriken at pets.
No, no no! Naruto Shippuden is only on Japanese, and Naruto can be subed or dubed, and that means that you can watch Naruto episodes on English and on Japanese.
Rain is a very important symbol in Japanese culture. It represents cleansing and rebirth. It shows becoming new again.
Yes it is .. it's an anime .. it has a manga series ...yes, Naruto is Japanese because he's an anime. and anime are Japanese cartoons. so he has to be Japanese.
Naruto Shippuden is a Japanese Anime and Manga.
Always capitalize Japanese but not culture. Example: Learning about the Japanese culture is fascinating.
Culture is 'bunka' in Japanese.
yes, all naruto characters are japanese they usually use english names for non-japanese characters in manga & animes
Chinese introduced rice to Japanese culture.
The characters Sakura and Naruto are the main characters in the Japanese anime series Naruto. More detail about this Japanese cartoon can be found on Wikipedia.
In Japanese culture, every family is considered a "Clan" even if it doesn't have a Kekkei Genkai. So yes, Hatake is a real clan.