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  • "Chiyo's Secret Skills"editチヨの奥の手 (Chiyo no Oku no Te)Episode dataPrevious"Sasori's Real Face"EpisodeNaruto: Shippūden #22 (Watch Online)Next"Father and Mother"ArcKazekage Rescue MissionMangaNaruto Chapter #267, Naruto Chapter #268MusicOpening"Hero's Come Back!!"Ending"The Way to you all"Air datesJapanese August 02, 2007English February 17, 2010DebutJutsuPuppet: Father and Mother

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"Chiyo's Secret Skills" (チヨの奥の手, Chiyo no Oku no Te) is episode 22 of the Naruto: Shippūden anime.

Naruto Episode 22

Naruto: Shippuden is an anime series mainly adapted from Part II of Masashi Kishimoto's original manga series, with exactly 500 episodes. It is set two and a half years after the original series in the Naruto universe, following the ninja teenager Naruto Uzumaki and his allies. The series is directed by Hayato Date, and produced by Pierrot and TV Tokyo. It began broadcasting on February 15, 2007, on TV Tokyo, and concluded on March 23, 2017.[1][2]

On January 2, 2009, Viz Media and Crunchyroll provided eight English subtitled Naruto: Shippuden episodes on the official Naruto website.[3] Later the following 2 weeks, Viz began providing subtitled versions of the latest Naruto: Shippuden episodes a week after they first aired in Japan, with a new episode being added to the Naruto website each subsequent Thursday.[3] On July 24, 2009, Viz Media announced that the series would be released on the iTunes Store.[4] The first DVD release of the series in North America was released on September 29, 2009.[5] The English dub of Naruto: Shippuden made its US premiere on Disney XD on October 28, 2009.[6][7][8]

Naruto: Shippuden stopped airing on Disney XD on November 5, 2011 after 98 episodes.[9] The English dub was streamed on the Neon Alley web channel from its launch in October 2012, and beginning December 29 of the same year with episode 99, dubbed episodes premiered every week uncut until March 25, 2016 after 338 episodes, about a month before Neon Alley's closure. Adult Swim's Toonami programming block began airing the anime from the beginning on January 5, 2014 in an uncut format.[10] The network started showing never before aired dubbed episodes at the 339th episode mark by May 2021.[11]

In four regions, episodes from the series have been released on DVD by single volumes and box sets. In Japan, twenty six sets of volumes have been released based on which arc it represents. In North America, twelve single volumes and thirty eight box sets have been released. In the United Kingdom, twenty eight single volumes and six box sets have been released. In Australia and New Zealand, twenty-eight collections have been released.

Naruto is an anime series based on Masashi Kishimoto's manga series of the same name. The series centers on the adventures of Naruto Uzumaki, a young ninja of the Hidden Leaf Village, searching for recognitions and wishing to become the ninja by the rest of the village to be the leader and the strongest of all. The series was directed by Hayato Date, and produced by Pierrot and TV Tokyo.[1] The episodes are based on the first twenty-seven volumes in Part I of the manga, while some episodes feature original, self-contained storylines.[2]

The 220 episodes that constitute the series were aired between October 3, 2002, and February 8, 2007, on TV Tokyo in Japan.[1] The English version of the series was released in North America by Viz Media, and began airing on September 10, 2005, on Cartoon Network's Toonami programming block in the United States.[3] On September 20, 2008, Cartoon Network ended its Toonami block, but the channel continued sporadically airing episodes of Naruto in the time slots originally occupied by Toonami's programming until January 31, 2009 when episode 209, the last episode to air in the US was shown, due to the closure of Toonami Jetstream.[4]

On March 23, 2009, Viz stated that they were still dubbing new episodes and intended to see them aired on television.[5][6] Ultimately, the final eleven episodes of the series never aired in the United States, but they were collected on DVD by Viz, which was released on September 22, 2009.[7] The remaining eleven episodes of the English version aired on YTV's Bionix programming block in Canada from October 25 to December 6, 2009.[8] Adult Swim's relaunched Toonami block reran the first 52 episodes in a completely uncut format from December 1, 2012, to November 30, 2013. After the 52nd episode, the series was removed from the schedule rotation to make room for its successor series, Naruto: Shippuden.[9]

In the midst of the battle royale to decide who becomes the new God, recent episodes of Platinum End have seen Professor Yoneda declare that there can no longer be one at all. In his eyes, the real God is just a passive, parasitic creature created by human emotions, and people rely on it far too much for guidance. Humanity's future is already set, Yoneda claims, and faith in God and miracles won't change that.

In Episode 22 of Platinum End, Professor Yoneda confronts Mirai alone in the new Japan Stadium, similar to how Metropoliman had once lured the God candidates to the Jinbo baseball stadium. Yoneda had likewise designed this meeting as a deadly trap, though he is much more philosophical than Metro was. The debate that had begun in earlier episodes continues here, and Yoneda tries to win Mirai over with his newest, most startling ideas about the heavenly battle royale, humanity's future and the nature of time itself. Unlike Metropoliman, Yoneda isn't making this personal -- but that doesn't make him any less dangerous to Mirai's optimistic views about personal happiness.

This week\u2019s Boruto features the return of one of Naruto\u2019s most infamous characters while Naruto and Sasuke search for information on the whereabouts of the kidnapped Sakura. It lacks the action of previous episodes, but is loaded with great revelations that have big implications for the rest of Sarada\u2019s tumultuous journey.

In the series Naruto Next Generation episode 22 that has aired yesterday we all know that, after Uchiha Shin managed to catch Sakura then Naruto uses the ability of his chakra detection sensors, but apparently it does not produce any results at all, so that Naruto and Sasukepun lose track Uchiha Shin . But because of that Sasuke then remembered Orochimaru who then they went to find information about the Uchiha Shin, it is true that Uchiha Shin is a former Orochimaru experiment.

But Oddly Orochimaru's famous evil and cunning is easily provide some information about Uchiha Shin, here are two reasons Orochimaru willing to help Sasuke and Naruto in the anime series Boruto Naruto Next Generation episode 22.

Well, that's about two reasons Orochimaru want to help Sasuke and Naruto in the series Boruto episode 22 yesterday as quoted from (31/08/2017), hopefully the information we provide above can be useful for all of us, not forget we apologize if there is one, and thanks to all who have supported us until today.

In the next episode of "Boruto: Naruto Next Generations," Sarada Uchiha (Kokoro Kikuchi), her dad Sasuke (Noriaki Sugiyama) and Naruto Uzumaki (Junko Takeuchi) will pursue the abducted Sakura Uchiha (Chie Nakamura). Also, Sarada might get more clues about Karin.

New footage was revealed for episode 22 of the hit anime series "Boruto: Naruto Next Generations." It shows Sakura captured by the villain Shin Uchiha (Misuzu Togashi), who is in bed recovering from his wounds incurred from the last battle.

In the upcoming episode, titled "Connected Feelings," Sasuke and Naruto will seek help at Master Orochimaru's (Kujira) headquarters on the whereabouts of Shin's lair, where Sakura has been taken hostage.

In the previous episode, Sakura was captured by Shin when he tried to pull in Sarada. However, Sakura pushed her daughter aside and went into the portal instead. She was taken back to the villain's lair while Sasuke, Sarada and Naruto stood in disbelief of her disappearance. 041b061a72


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