After being mortally injured by the separation of Kurama, it's Obito's change of heart that ironically prevents Naruto's slip into death. Shown to be dying, in Naruto #662-663, Sakura admits that Naruto won't survive without his chakra connection to Kurama, as her medical ninjitsu has no affect on healing him.
However, the mode comes with a price: the excessive amount of chakra required to utilize the mode will cause both Naruto and Kurama to die… He proceeds to tell Naruto that the mode actually exhausted all of his Nine Tail Chakra and that he will soon die…but Naruto will not be joining him.
Despite rumors of his demise, Naruto has been a star in the sequel manga Boruto.
"The Death of Naruto" (ナルト死す, Naruto Shisu) is episode 165 of the original Naruto anime.
And of course, the series doesn't take place in a real part of Japan, so it feels like it's mostly fiction. But Naruto actually does take cues from the real-life ninjas that once lived and worked in Japan. Here are 10 things in Naruto that you might not have noticed are similar to the factual ninjas that once existed.
5 When Itachi & Kisame Almost Captured Naruto Itachi and Kisame couldn't afford to kill Naruto when they met him, and Sasuke and Jiraiya helped rescue Naruto from this predicament. Otherwise, Naruto would have died as the tailed beast was removed from him at Akatsuki HQ. A jinchuriki's capture means death.
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Clothing. Wearing clothing while weighing yourself can add up to two pounds—more if you're wearing shoes. Again, this isn't a big deal if you consistently weigh yourself wearing the same thing, but since our clothes vary with our moods and seasons, it's best to go without when you step on the scale.