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Naruto Setting

Published: Friday 31 March, 2017

  Kishimoto has stated that, as Naruto takes place in a "Japanese fantasy world", he has set certain rules in a systematic way so that he could easily "convey the story". He wanted to "draw on" the Chinese zodiac tradition, which had a long-standing presence in Japan; the zodiac hand Naruto Costumes signs originate from this. When he was creating the setting of the Naruto manga, he concentrated initially on the designs for the village of Konohagakure, the primary setting of the series. He asserts that his design for Konohagakure was created "pretty spontaneously without much thought", but admits that the scenery is based on his home in the Okayama prefecture in Japan. Without a specific time period, he included modern elements in the series such as convenience stores, but specifically excluded projectile weapons and Naruto Costumes vehicles from the storyline. For reference materials, he performs his own research into Japanese culture and alludes to it in his work.[18] Regarding technology Kishimoto said that Naruto would not have any firearms. He said he may include automobiles, aircraft and "low-processing" computers; Kishimoto specified the computers would "maybe" be eight-bit and that they would "definitely not" be sixteen-bit