Team 7 meets again in this fun Naruto Shippuden cosplay | Spaghetti Code

Even though the story of Naruto already finished with the anime Naruto shippuden, it is a fact that we would like to see team 7 formed again and even if we see them together in Boruto, all fans want to see them during the events before the Fourth Ninja War, but carrying out missions for the Hidden Village of the Leaf.

It is a fact that Masashi Kishimoto’s work still keeps a new generation of ninjas active, but most will never be able to forget the past and especially to team 7, that is why a group of cosplay revived them and we can certainly see that they are having fun like when they were younger.

A nostalgic reunion of team 7

Through Instagram, the cosplayer Inka_cosplay_ met with his friends Morti_cosplay and Kiyoshi_cosplay, who took a series of photographs recreating the costumes of these characters like Sakura, Naruto and Sasuke, respectively, from what we can see that they took advantage of the natural settings to bring us a fun and nostalgic version of these ninjas.

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We can see how Naruto, Sasuke and Sakura enjoy a beautiful moment in the surroundings of the village, waiting for a mission, so do not hesitate to have fun at the delay of their senseiKakashi Hatake, the leader of the team and that in his absence, they decide to kill time.

Source: Instagram @inka_cosplay_

Finally they did not have a mission, they enjoyed the moment together, where there were no rivalries (you already know between Naruto and Sasuke) and in this brief return in time, they had a great time, however, they will have to continue training before the facts that we already know thanks to Akatsuki.

Seeing this cosplay completely reminded us of the era of Naruto shippuden and it makes us suppose that it would have happened if Sasuke had not left the Village in search of more power, in order to face his brother to take revenge on his clan. What did you think of this reunion?


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