Iconic Naruto Theme Song “Haruka Kanata” Re-Recorded by Asian Kung-Fu Generation

Milan Information launched a re-recorded model of one of many first iconic Naruto theme songs, Asian Kung-Fu Era’s “Haruka Kanata.” The observe has been newly re-recorded for the primary time since its 2003 launch, and the brand new model is now accessible on all the major music platforms. It’s the first providing from the group’s forthcoming Single Assortment album releasing on July 31 (a 33-track assortment of the group’s iconic singles, launched in celebration of the twentieth anniversary of their main label debut).

The theme tune was the second opening for the Japanese model of Naruto and the third opening for the English dub model of Half I of the Naruto sequence, being utilized in episodes 26-53. You possibly can try the authentic music video or the anime opening beneath.

Asian Kung-Fu Era (stylized as ASIAN KUNG-FU GENERATION) is a four-piece band shaped in 1996. They first launched Damaging Amplifier in 2002 and made their main debut a yr later with the identical title. In 2003, the band launched NANO-MUGEN Fes. and yearly expanded their venture scales. The band invited abroad artists like Weezer, Manic Road Preachers and extra to introduce their followers to a wider vary of style.

Naruto is a manga written by Masashi Kishimoto. It started serialization in Shueisha’s Weekly Shonen Leap in September 1999 and ran for 15 years till November 2014, ending with a complete of 72 volumes. Studio Pierrot animated the anime adaptation, which premiered in October 2002 and ran for 220 episodes. The anime was adopted by a sequel titled Naruto Shippuden, which ran for 500 episodes.

There’s additionally the sequel Boruto: Naruto Subsequent Generations manga, initially written by Ukyo Kodachi. Masashi Kishimoto later took over the story, which has illustrations by Mikio Ikimoto. The manga began within the Weekly Shonen Leap journal in 2016 however moved to V Leap in 2019.

Half 2 of the manga titled Boruto: Two Blue Vortex started in August 2023. The Boruto: Naruto Subsequent Generations anime adaptation started broadcasting in April 2017, whereas the anime went on a break in March 2023.

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