Naruto Soundtracks Getting First Digital Release Outside Japan


Toshio Masuda and Yasuharu Takanashi’s scores for the long-running anime franchise arrive on streaming platforms later this week.

Soundtracks and scores for Naruto—he long-running anime series and film franchise—will be issued digitally for the first time outside of Japan. Starting this Friday (September 24), Milan Records will make available 19 albums, including Toshio Masuda’s soundtracks to the original Naruto television series and corresponding Naruto films and Yasuharu Takanashi’s soundtracks to the Naruto: Shippuden sequel series and movies, as well as his work for the Boruto: Naruto Next Generations series and Boruto: Naruto the Movie. Find the list of titles below.

Naruto began in 1999 as a manga series, written and illustrated by Masashi Kishimoto. It follows the titular character, a young ninja, on his quest to become the leader of his village. The Naruto anime adaptation premiered in Japan in 2002

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