How to Watch Naruto in Order

Oh, hell yeah!!!! My Favorite without any doubt and however if you want to get down with this anime the you need to start it right way, and yet it is very simple anime to follow out perfectly and not only that, but it also gives you some glimpse of the ancient culture of Japan.

Famous for its undeniably motivating quotes, action sequences, and the iconic Naruto run, it is safe to say that Naruto has indeed paved the way for modern Shōnen anime.

Having 720 episodes Naruto is a whole lot different story with lots and lots of emotion, action, and narration which was at the peak of every single episode.

How to Watch Naruto in Order


So here is the series, I don’t feel to have any shortcut but for an out chance, I prepared the order list to watch Naruto.

Yet if you are willing to give it your time you must watch the entire series, then you don’t need this list to look into but for some exception, if you needed it.

Bare Bones Watch Order For Naruto

The most basic watch order that you need to follow is:

Naruto > Naruto: Shippuden > Naruto: The Last > Boruto

You can even skip Naruto: The Last, but it just bridges the gap into Boruto. Yet, if you have watched the entire series, then you don’t necessarily need it.

Naruto Movies and OVAs Watch Order


After watching Naruto what I feel is to believe in yourself, and never giving up nature is the most intriguing thing for me in the whole series where Naruto our main character fights to be a Hokage of the leaf village while having nine-tailed fox spirit inside his body.

Developing Jutsu to become stronger is a great way for helping and fighting for village people.

It was fun and a perfect ride for me watching this Shōnen series, full of emotion, characters supporting each other and become stronger by helping each other. With lots of fun and comedy, I’ll give this Shōnen anime full on full.

However, it was up to your personnel choices like what do you want to keep in mind and what you want to watch with a lot more options out there in the series, movies, and OVAs.

And with the longest-running series and with the biggest achievement of being everyone’s favorite.

Flow this list for Movies and OVAs

1. Naruto Watch Order

Episode 12 – Find the Four-Leaf Crimson Clover

Episode 62 – Mission: Protect the Waterfall Village

Episode 97 – Ninja Clash in the Land of Snow

Episode 97 – Hidden Leaf Village Grand Sports Festival

Episode 145 – Legend of the Stone of Gelel

Episode 165 – Finally a Clash! Join VS Genin! Indiscriminatory Championships Battle Royal!

Episode 195 – Guardians of the Crescent Moon Kingdom

2. Naruto Shippuden Watch Order

Episode 2 – Naruto Shippuden the Movie

Episode 45 – Naruto Shippuden the Movie: Bonds

Episode 120 – Naruto Shippuden the Movie: Inheritors of the Will of Fire

Episode 140 – Naruto: The Cross Roads

Episodes 171 – Naruto Shippuden the Movie: The Lost Tower

Episode 171 – Naruto, the Genie, and the Three Wishes Believe It

Episode 192 – Naruto x UT

Episode 222 – Naruto the Movie: Blood Prison

Episode 222 – Chunin Exam on Fire! Naruto v. Konohamaru!

Episode 251 – Ultimate Ninja Storm Generations: Hashirama Senju VS Madara Uchiha

Episode 271 – Naruto the Movie: Road to Ninja

End of Series – Naruto the Last

End of Series – Boruto: Naruto the Movie

How to Skip the Filler in Naruto

If you want to skip the filler episodes for Naruto, here are the filler episodes that you can skip without any second blink. 


26, 97, 101-106, 137-140, 143-219

Naruto Shippuden:

57-70, 91-112, 144-151, 170-171, 176-196, 223-242, 257-260, 271, 279-281, 284-295, 303-320, 327, 349-361, 376-377, 388-390, 394-395


16-17, 33-34, 40-41, 48-50, 67-70, 96-97, 104-105, 113-119, 138-140, 152-155

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About the Author

Aiko Nakamura

Hey there, I'm Aiko Nakamura! I'm a 28-year-old anime lover from Tokyo. I dove deep into the world of anime during my studies, earning a Master's in Media Studies. Now, I'm all about creating anime fillers and watch order guides. When I'm not working, you'll find me cosplaying at conventions or exploring otaku communities globally. Anime isn't just a passion; it's my life!

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