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The Naruto main manga series comes to a close with next Monday’s chapter in Shueisha’s Weekly Shonen Jump magazine (some early spoilers here; new Naruto mini-series also announced) — but the Naruto anime will keep on running even in 2015, anime series director Hayato Date has confirmed in a magazine interview.

In addition to the new Naruto anime story developments, Date also put out a teaser for the upcoming December 4 episode of the anime series, which is a TV special meant to commemorate the release of The Last: Naruto the Movie in Japan.

As a tie-in to the movie, the December 4 episode of the Naruto anime series will put the spotlight on the Hyuga sisters Hinata and Hanabi.

“(The Naruto anime series) Nope, it’s not ending yet! Once we usher in the new year we will be introducing some new story developments into the series. The (Naruto) anime series will keep on going!” Date said in the interview.

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"Hiashi’s general personality is very stern and strict, as he assigned both his daughters arduous training, and rarely compliments their performance. This stern nature is especially true with Hinata; when she was assigned to Kurenai, he told her that he was unconcerned about the possibility that she would die, saying that the Hyūga clan had no use for a weak successor.

However, he truly cares for them as part of the family. This is primarily seen in his hesitation to allow his brother to die to protect the secret of the Byakugan. Similar to Hinata, he did not view Hinata’s talent or potential weak, but her drive to succeed as the successor of the Hyūga clan. As the series progressed and she started to show her true dedication, he began to openly cheer her on.”

When families see their babies kissing their boyfriend/girlfriend.

Naruto kiss Hinata.

Hiashi: 

Hikari (Hinata’s Mummy):

Hanabi:

Grandpa Hyūga:

Neji:

Kurenai:

Minato:

Kushina:

Kurama:

Iruka:

Jiraiya:

Sasuke kiss Sakura.

Fugaku:

Mikoto:

Itachi:

Kakashi:

Kizashi:

Mebuki:

Tsunade: