Kakashi Hatake is a character that was developed by Masashi Kishimoto and appears in the Naruto manga and anime series. Kakashi’s full name in Japanese is Kakashi Hatake.
In the manga, Kakashi serves as the instructor for Team 7, which is comprised of the three main protagonists of the anime and manga series: Naruto Uzumaki, Sasuke Uchiha, and Sakura Haruno.
In the beginning of the series, he is portrayed as a person who is disconnected and apathetic; but, as the episodes proceed, it becomes increasingly clear that he is loyal to his friends and students.
The past of Kakashi has been examined in great detail throughout the series, to the point where a gaiden has been written specifically on his life before the series.
Kakashi has made an appearance in a variety of Naruto-related media, including the supplemental films that accompany the series, the original video animations, and the video games. You will gain further insight on him after reading this piece.
Naruto, Sasuke and Sakura tries to reveal Kakashi face
Kakashi’s face is one of the most persistent mysteries and running jokes in the Naruto series. He ultimately appears twice in Naruto Shippuden Episode 469.
Kakashi’s exact face has been such a significant mystery that an entire episode (Episode 101) was devoted to trying to uncover it.
Kakashi has consistently been among the top five most popular characters based on surveys from certain Naruto Manga chapters. His three trainees—Naruto, Sasuke, and Sakura—try every technique in the book to find Kakashi’s face in the episode, but the consequences are amusing.
Kakashi face reveal
On the other hand, his appearance is seen not once, but twice in the episode 469 of Naruto Shippuden. The first time was when he was taking off a disguise, and the second time was when he was hiding in a corner while keeping an eye on his young students.
The reveal was met with a range of responses from fans, but on the whole, they were enthusiastic about it.
It would have been interesting to watch the trio’s reaction upon learning what their beloved teacher looks like after all this time, but at the very least, the fans know, and that is enough to satisfy everyone’s curiosity.
Why Kakashi always use mask?
There are many theories out there about this. One theorises that the trauma he experienced as a child as a result of his father’s suicide is what caused him to always hide his face as a coping mechanism.
Others contend that Kakashi went so far as to literally cover his face in order to conceal his emotions and become the ideal Shinobi, one who has no feelings and only a sense of duty.
One explanation, nevertheless, has prevailed over the others in terms of acceptance, probably because it is the most absurd. Many fans claim that Kakashi covers his face because reading the novels in the Make-Out series causes him to constantly bleed from the nose.
Fans are aware that Jiraiya’s Make-Out novels are a collection of pretty obscene and sensuous tales. Given how enthusiastic Kakashi is about them, it is understandable that he would experience frequent nosebleeds from reading the books nonstop.
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Kakashi is very popular
In each and every official popularity survey conducted by Weekly Shonen Jump, Kakashi has placed among the top five characters, and on multiple occasions, he has even won the top spot, becoming the overall most beloved character.
According to the results of the most current survey, he came in third place, behind Naruto Uzumaki and Sasuke Uchiha, who took the top two spots. Kakashi was awarded the prize for “Best Supporting Male Character” in the Anime Awards 2006 competition hosted by About.com.
He was also a nominee for the “Best Hair in Comics” award during the first “Nickelodeon Magazine Comics Awards,” although he ultimately came in second place to Calvin from Calvin and Hobbes.
Kakashi received 8.4% of the vote in an Oricon survey titled “manga master,” placing him in third place. There is also a variety of merchandise that is based on Kakashi’s character that has been made available, including as plush dolls, key chains, and a limited edition figurine.
More about Kakashi
Kishimoto had every intention of making Kakashi a severe instructor when he first conceived of him, but ultimately decided against it.
Instead, he made him more charitable so that he could calm his students down when they were in stressful situations. He even gave him some feminine features to show this generosity.
Kishimoto had a hard time portraying Kakashi’s emotions due to the fact that the majority of his face was covered by Kakashi’s design, which made it challenging for him to convey his feelings.
The Japanese version of the anime series is voiced by Kazuhiko Inoue, while the English version is dubbed by Dave Wittenberg, and the Hindi version is voiced by Mohit Sinha.
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