While Boruto: Naruto Next Generations has focused on an adult version of Naruto as he attempts to raise a family while also working as the Seventh Hokage of the Hidden Leaf Village, but his past is something that will stick to fans of the Shonen series for quite some time as one cosplayer brought Naruto's mother Kushina to life. Even though Kushina wasn't able to see her son grow up, the influence that she had on the franchise and the touching flashback that played out during Naruto: Shippuden , Kushina has gained more popularity over the years. Kushina was definitely where Naruto had inherited his fiery personality , with the father of her child, Minato, harboring a far more stoic demeanor in his role as the fourth Hokage of Konoha. During an introspective scene in Naruto: Shippuden , Naruto was able to meet his mother for the first time and the two quickly bonded as they shared stories and advice. Kushina was ultimately proud of her son, with the mother sacrificing her life to save her offspring. Naruto's mother was originally intended to house the Nine-Tailed Fox but thanks to the nefarious machinations of Obito and Madara Uchiha, her and Minato's lives were cut short.
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He is the biological father of Naruto , grandfather of Boruto , and an all-time badass. Minato is one of the strongest Ninja to be introduced in the series. He was largely famous for his unrivaled speed. That aside, you are here to check some awesome Minato cosplays.
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