Over the last few episodes of Boruto: Naruto the next generationsThe Seventh Hokage puts into practice all of the teachings received from his ancient teachers. Just like the Third Hokage Sarutobi, Naruto accepted Kawaki as his own son, but the most important lesson is what Jiraiya gave him.

As far as Hiruzen Sarutobi, Kakashi and Iruka were fundamental importance to NarutoIt was Jiraiya to lead him on his "ninja path". The legendary Sannin not only helped him learn Rasengan to control the Nine-Tailed Fox Chakra and Sage Mode, but also gave him, as only a true father would, pure love.

The disappearance of the hermit pig is probably one of the most exciting moments in all of Masashi Kishimoto's work, an event that literally destroyed Naruto and inspired him to continue the stories of his books. The memory of Jiraya still lives on in the Remembering the Hokage.

In episode 122 of Naruto Shippuden, Jiraiya rewarded Naruto at the end of a very hard training session by bringing him to himself eat at ramen ichiraku. When the driving force spoke of Sasuke's redemption, the toad hermit realized that he might be the ninja of legend, a shinobi who, with hope and optimism, would never let anything go wrong. During the conversation, Naruto ran out of meat and convinced the Sannin to give him a piece of his plate. The same gesture took place in the 195th episode of Boruto.

During the episode, Naruto takes Kawaki out to eat ramen for the first time, obviously at his favorite restaurant, Ramen Ichiraku. In an attempt to put it on the right track, the Hokage explains that to the container Friendliness concept and just like Jiraiya, he pushes a piece of meat into his bowl of ramen with a dazzling smile. A small gesture that not only hits Kawaki deeply, but also pays homage to one of the protagonists who are most missed in the work.

Here is Sarada's request in Boruto episode 196, Sasuke is going to bring her one of his strongest justifications.

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