The shinobi’s life is beginning to alter. Boruto Uzumaki, son of the Seventh Hokage Naruto Uzumaki, has enrolled in the Ninja Academy to study ninja techniques. Boruto’s journey is about to begin as a sequence of intriguing occurrences unfold!
Boruto Uzumaki recalls his childhood years before a fight against a person named Kawaki in a damaged Hidden Leaf Village, describing himself as a boy who despises his home since his father, Naruto, the area’s leader, is unable to spend time with his family owing to his profession. Boruto asks Sasuke to train him so that he might defeat his father when Naruto’s best friend, Sasuke Uchiha, arrives from the village to warn him about two terrible adversaries. Sasuke agrees on the condition that he executes Naruto’s Rasengan technique, which Boruto can execute on his own as well as with the use of a technical device.
Boruto takes the test with his friends Sarada Uchiha and Mitsuki, despite his confused desire to employ technology equipment, in order to impress his father with the approaching ninja examinations to become a high-ranked Chunin. The final chapter is a prequel about Mitsuki’s beginnings as a test subject for Orochimaru, a former criminal who created him. Mitsuki leaves Orochimaru behind and travels to the Leaf Village in search of his true identity.
Boruto’s achievement in the first Chunin tests draws the attention of his father. Boruto employs ninja technology in another portion of the book, which prompts Naruto to disqualify him. As a result, the Hidden Leaf is assaulted by Sasuke’s foes, Kinshiki Otsutsuki and Momoshiki Otsutsuki, whom he names as Kinshiki and Momoshiki Otsutsuki. Fearing the village’s destruction and the deaths of its residents, Naruto permits himself to be kidnapped by invading forces that want the Nine-tailed Demon Fox hiding within his body. Boruto sees his error after his recovery, but is persuaded by Sasuke to embark on a quest alongside the other villages’ leaders, the Kages, to rescue Naruto.