Broadcast for the first time in France on January 2, 2006, Naruto has quickly become an iconic work of Manga culture as well as a muse of Japanese culture throughout the world. The work tells the adventures of Naruto, a ninja apprentice in his quest to become Hokage, the powerful and respected leader of Konoha village. An ode to determination and fighting spirit, Naruto has quickly established itself as an incarnation of the shonen genre. 20 years after the first episode of the series was broadcast in Japan, Monnaie de Paris is paying tribute to Masashi Kishimoto's iconic work by minting the first collector's coins on the most famous ninjas.
This opaque paper pouch contains a random mini-medal out of the 13 in the series. Each mini-medal is limited to 25 000 units. The colorised Kyubi mini-medal is limited to 5,000 units only!