Naruto got his new name on a memory card in 2003, but that didn’t last long.
By 2009, Naruto had become a household name thanks to the Naruto manga, but the nickname “Kabuto” was the most enduring and enduring, as it has remained for almost four decades.
When Naruto went to school, he began to take the name “Kurama,” which means “chosen one” in Japanese.
After graduation, Naruto’s mother and father took him to a friend’s house in Kyoto, where the two adopted him as a baby.
He would eventually be known as “Naruto” for the rest of his life, and the nickname would stick for the next 10 years.
When he got his first memory card, the card was a white one, with the letter K spelled out on it.
After learning the kanji for “Konoha” in school, Naruto would use it as a tag when he met new people, as well as as the nickname that would stick with him.
For the next two decades, Naruto was able to change the kanjo for the letter “K,” which was “kun,” and the letter k would be “nin,” or “brother,” and so on.
The only person who ever called him by the nickname was his father, but Naruto never complained about the nickname.
But when he became a ninja, the name became more than just a nickname.
His name stuck.
Naruto has been called Naruto since he was five years old, but it took years for him and his family to realize that the nickname had become something more than a nickname and that it was something to be proud of.