Well, well, we reach the final keyword. The main stage of "Naruto", "Konohagakure no Sato".(*6
hat's right. To be honest, I didn't think much about this, and got a lot on my inspiration there. Maybe it was subconsciously modeled on Okayama's scenery. -
What kind of time period did you set it in? If it was in the distant past, then covenience stores wouldn't be there... K: It's not really any different to present-time. Though possibly a little in the past, maybe? - What kind of place is it? Is it Japan? If so, what prefecture...? K: It's a completely original place. I didn't set it anywhere. A place inside my own head... If anything, the climate and topography resemble that around Kyoto. As I've never been to Kyoto, it's my own image of it. (laugh) - What material did you use for it? K: I like Japanese culture, and since I studied it, I used a lot of material from that. Crests and folding fans... I often look at Japanese-style gardens and watch Kabuki. - Do you have any rules about what is definitely not allowed to be drawn in the "Naruto" world? K: Firstly, projectile weapons such as guns aren't allowed. (The one exception is Inari's bowgun.) Guns aren't suited to ninja. Gunpowder is used in the anime, though I don't think it should be there. And, vehicles such as aeroplanes are not allowed. I try to restrain technology that can be used for war... For example, if missiles were in it, it'd be the end. (laughs) - Well, thank you very much for everything today.
" @Kurohige said:He doesen't say that the characters wouldn't be able to dodge bullets if gun's were placed in the series."Word of God right there "No Masashi KIshimoto even says so.Link to it here: http://www.redbrick.dcu.ie/~pazuzu/uzumaki.txt "
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