In Naruto, Masashi Kishimoto told the story over a long period of time. Initially, the protagonists were young at the gates of puberty, becoming children and almost young adults in the second part of the manga. Finally it was time to make them all real adults with parental duties and responsibilities.

The same will happen with the protagonists of Boruto: Naruto the next generations? The current manga focuses on the Genin phase of Boruto and his companions, all in their 13 years, so the boys are still very young. However, we know that Boruto and Kawaki grew by several years in the prologue, so there will certainly be another time warp. A fan, the designer Norridzuan, introduced himself Himawari adult.

The protagonist's sister is shown in an illustration that brings together different phases of her life. Start with 10-year-old or current, then move on to Himawari Anbu at 13. The last two are dedicated instead Himawari in hermit mode at 16 and finally Himawari, but a teacher at the academy or a group of ninjas at 28, making her a big leap in age.

Will Naruto and Hinata's daughter really have such a successful career? Sure, Himawari has some pretty good skills, but he'll still have a long way to go.

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