We all know that the anime Boruto is the daughter series of Naruto, based on the manga created by Ukyo Kodach and illustrated by Mikio Ikemoto. The spin-off series first premiered on 5 April 2017 and we have now reached Boruto: Naruto Next Generations Episode 172.
The current opening theme of the show: “Hajimatteiku Takamatteiku” by Sambomaster; and the ending theme: “Central” by Ami Sakaguchi.
Scroll down to read more about the 172nd episode.
Boruto: Naruto Next Generations Episode 172 Release Date
The upcoming episode 172 will be aired on 1 November 2020, Sunday at 5:30 pm JST. The upcoming episode has been titled as “A Signature of Fear”. You can convert the time to that of your own time zone.
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Boruto: Naruto Next Generations Recap
The last episode features the return of Shojoji, one of the oldest rivals of Boruto. It is then revealed that he has come back to fight Boruto since Sasuke had claimed that if he won against Boruto then his prison sentence would be reduced accordingly. He remembers that their last battle didn’t turn out in his favor, but he is fixated on victory this time around. However, Boruto’s new Rasengan is again able to push Shojoji back, who even praises him for all his effort. On the other hand, Sarada too figures out what’s amiss after her training with her mother.
Episode 171 is now streaming on Crunchyroll. The next episode will be released there on 31 October.
Boruto: Naruto Next Generations Characters
- Boruto Uzumaki voiced by Yuko Sanpei
- Sarada Uchiha voiced by Kokoro Kikuchi
- Mitsuki voiced by Ryuichi Kijima
- Sasuke Uchiha voiced by Noriaki Sugiyama
- Kakashi Hatake voiced by Kazuhiko Inoue
- Sakura Uchiha voiced by Chie Nakamura
- Hinata Uzumaki voiced by Nana Mizuki
- Hanabi Hyuga voiced by Kiyomi Asai
- Sumire Kakei voiced by Aya Endo
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Boruto: Naruto Next Generations Trailer
Check out the preview for Boruto Episode 172 below:
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