Boruto: Naruto Next Generation Episode 256 will be a fun and not so exhale one. The mission in the land of Mist and the war there is over. Boruto has managed to avoid an all-out war (thanks to Naruto because of whom Boruto inherited the talk no Jutsu). Team 7 is back home and assigned their next mission without any delay. Fans can finally rest now as the past few weeks have been very emotional for them as they witnessed so many sad moments in that arc. Well, no more gloomy mood now that another anime canon arc has started and it’s off to a great start just like the last one.
Boruto: Naruto Next Generation has been following the anime canon story for a while now. Since last October, when Naruto and Isshiki Otsutsuki clashed where Naruto unleashed Baryon mode, the show has gone its own way. As we all know, it is meant to give the manga creators enough time to progress in the story. Now, the Boruto: Naruto Next Generation manga is currently in a very intriguing turn of events. And no doubt the anime will soon follow. But before that, we need to see what this latest arc is all about. Let’s get into all the information about Boruto: Naruto Next Generation Episode 256.
Boruto: Naruto Next Generation Episode 255 Summary
At the beginning of the episode, we see Team Sarada arriving in the village of Konoha. They are congratulated by Naruto. Shikamaru informs them that Araumi and Jibiki have been sent to prison. Meanwhile, Ikada’s whereabouts are unknown to us. Kawaki then meets Boruto and critiques his thoughts on war and its consequences. Kawaki and Boruto start arguing, while Kawaki also claims that Boruto is naive before storming off.
Along the way, Kawaki meets Denki and his teammates. When he talks to them, he realizes that they too are childish, just like Boruto. Naruto and Boruto talk about war and its consequences. Naruto covers the struggles Boruto has been dealing with recently and also suggests that Boruto needs to patch things up with Kawaki. We then see Buntan and Kyoho saying goodbye to Kagura and Hebiichigo at their graves.
Buntan decides to go back to the land of Mist while Kyoho decides to stay behind in Kagura’s village. Chojuro decides that because of all the losses and near war, Ikada should be put under surveillance, which would be done by Kajiki. Boruto goes to talk to Kawaki, but as everyone expected, they get into an argument. Mitsuki and Naruto watch them both fight from a distance. Later, both Kawaki and Boruto understood what the other was trying to do. Naruto sees them on good terms again and treats them all to ramen.
What to expect in Boruto: Naruto Next Generation Episode 256?
Episode 256 of Boruto: Naruto Next Generation will focus more on Inojin and Cho Cho. In the preview of the next episode, we see Inojin and Cho Cho discussing how to stop Shikadai. They believe that Shikadai is powerful and can do much better without them. We also see them talking to someone in the small teaser. Boruto: Naruto Next Generation Episode 256 is titled “The ultimate recipe”. It won’t be a big surprise if the next installment has anything to do with cooking, as we glimpsed a ramen shop banner in the preview, as well as some cooking ingredients.
Boruto: Naruto Next Generation Episode 256 Release Date
Boruto: Naruto Next Generation Episode 256 will be released on Sunday, July 3, 2022. The show will be released at the following time 5:30 PM (JST zone).
- IST Zone Timing – June 26 at 2:00 PM
- EST Zone Timing – June 26 at 4:30 a.m.
Boruto: Naruto Next Generation Episode 256 Streaming Details
The episode is the first broadcast on local Japanese networks such as TV Tokyo, BS TV Tokyo, Gifu Broadcasting, Biwako Broadcasting, Mie TV, Nara Television and TV Wakayama. After that you will find the latest and all previous episodes of Boruto: Naruto Next Generation on Crunchyroll.
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