Naruto: Akaki Yotsuba no Clover wo Sagase


Naruto: Find the Crimson Four-leaf Clover!

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Synonyms: Naruto: Find the Crimson Four Leaf Clover!, Naruto: Jump Festa 2003
Japanese: ナルト 紅き四つ葉のクローバーを探せ
English: Naruto: Find the Crimson Four-leaf Clover!
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Type: Special
Episodes: 1
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: May 24, 2003
Producers: None found, add some
Licensors: None found, add some
Studios: Pierrot
Source: Manga
Genres: AdventureAdventure, ComedyComedy
Demographic: ShounenShounen
Duration: 17 min.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older

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Popularity: #2059
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Synopsis

When Konohamaru Sarutobi asks Naruto Uzumaki for help, the latter readily accepts to join his young friend on a special mission—the retrieval of the legendary crimson four-leaf clover, rumored to have the ability to grant any wish. The miraculous plant is seemingly Konohamaru's only hope to prevent the departure of his sweetheart Kaede Yoshino, who must leave Konohagakure on account of her father's job. Despite the unique clover being located in a forbidden area, there is nothing stopping the two from bravely embarking on a perilous adventure to achieve their goal.

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Background

Naruto: Akaki Yotsuba no Clover wo Sagase is the original series' first OVA that, along with Naruto: Takigakure no Shitou - Ore ga Eiyuu Dattebayo!, was shown exclusively at the annual Shonen Jump Festival in Japan. The OVA falls within the same timeline of the series between the "Prologue—Land Of Waves" and "Chunin Exams" arcs, or from episodes 19 to 20 respectively.

Madman Entertainment included the special in the Naruto Jump Festa Collection released in 2008. Unlike the second OVA which also received a dubbed version, Naruto: Akaki Yotsuba no Clover wo Sagase has only been subtitled.

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Staff

Date, Hayato
Director
Ebina, Yasunori
Sound Director
Kishimoto, Masashi
Original Creator
Masuda, Toshio
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Nov 10, 2011
Esta review también está en español.

Naruto: Find the Crimson Four-leaf Clover! is the first special ever created for Naruto, and was shown at the Jump Festa 2003. We can say (almost affirm) that this was the first attempt to exploit this highly successful anime...

Located after the land of the waves saga, but before the chunin exams, the story is about how Konohamaru falls for Kaede, a girl that, sadly, is moving from the village. To avoid this, Konohamaru asks Naruto to help him in the search for the crimson four-leaf clover, which according to the legend, is able to fulfill any wish. Unfortunately, this magic ...
Apr 2, 2013
Specials are never really "good" but they can and should be enjoyable. They should be funny and a sort of comic relief. I usually like the Naruto specials, but I couldn't stand this one.

The story focuses around Konohamaru and Naruto searching for a secret wish-granting clover that will hopefully prevent Konohamaru's crush from moving away from the village. I personally loathe Konohamaru as a character and find him exceptionally annoying. The jokes were lame and the artwork was worse than the parent story. If you're trying to watch a Naruto special, I recommend any other than this, as this was probably the worst that I ...
May 10, 2020
Mixed Feelings
Given the length of this special, my expectations were minimal. If you're looking for development or something that deepens the characterization or plot, this is not the one for you. But if you're okay with a simple slice of life that shows more of the characters you've grown to love, then maybe give this a go. I adore both Naruto and Konohamaru and always look forward to their banter and interactions, so it's no surprise that I enjoyed this. Sure, the special is incredibly short, and the plot is a straightforward minor adventure, but it has the characters' usual funny antics and the charm of ...

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