What are all the Naruto and Naruto Shippuden ending songs called?

What are all the Naruto and Naruto Shippuden ending songs called?


  • Home Made – Nagareboshi (1 – 18)
  • Aluto – Michi To You All (19 – 30)
  • Little By Little – Kimi Monogatari (31 – 41)
  • Matchy With Question – Mezamero Yasei (42 – 52)
  • Surface – Sunao Na Niji (53 – 63)
  • Nico Touches The Walls – Broken Youth (64 – 77)
  • Halcali – Long Kiss Good Bye (78 – 90)

How many Shippuden endings are there?

While you may be able to remember Naruto Shippuden’s openings before it’s endings, there were some that you couldn’t help but have etched into your mind. With forty endings during it’s long run, Naruto Shippuden is probably one of the anime that has a lot of endings, although One Piece has long broken that record.

What is the ending song of Naruto Shippuden?

“Scenario” was sung by SABOTEN and was the ending for episodes 203 to 220, the end of the series before Naruto Shippuden. It begins with an upbeat and cheerful tune immediately which is a perfect send-off for a ninja as flashy as Naruto.

What are the best Naruto Shippuden opening songs?

Naruto Opening 1st – (R★O★C★K★S) by Hound Dog 2nd – Haruka Katana (遥か彼方. Far Away) by Asian Kung-Fu Generation 4th – GO! by FLOW 5th – Seishun Kyosokyoku by Sambomaster 6th – No Boy No Cry by Stance Punks 7th – Namikaze Satellite by Snowkel 8th – Remember by FLOW 9th – Yura Yura by Hearts Grow Naruto Shippuden Opening

Who sings Goodbye Memory in Naruto?

“Goodbye Memory” was sung by 7!! Seven Oops and was the ending for episodes 296 to 306. This ending is a blast to the past as it is the Naruto with Naruto Shippuden quality animation. It begins with Naruto standing in the middle of a large puddle with Sakura and Sasuke inside the reflections, all on separate paths.

How do you break up a Naruto Song into sections?

The Section Header button breaks up song sections. Highlight the text then click the link Use Bold and Italics only to distinguish between different singers in the same verse. Wind by Akeboshi is the first ending for Part 1 of the Naruto series which first debuted in September 2002.