A red-haired protagonist, with an evil being inside him, who grants him more power and tries to overcome his consciousness. So this protagonist fights with bad guys/curses. There's an ongoing bromance and rivalry with a cool dark-haired guy, and a senior white-haired guy with face covered by mask (but the masks are in reverse). And many charismatic supporting characters.
Hello kakashi sensei
little shift in theme but overall it all feels like same people.
maybe naruto more about growing
and juju is about getting in phase with epic battles without watching tons of fillers.
Both about OP orange haired main characters who hold a powerful dark entity sealed within them. This dark entity will often come out to aid in battle making the MC even more brokenly OP.
Both masterpiece JUMP series.
-Both focus on a quartet of main characters, with three students and one teacher
-Both protagonists have an extremely powerful demon inside of them that grants them adequate fighting power from the start
-Both see students with unique powers as the primary cast, and have a skirmish with an opposing school early on in the story to demonstrate relative power levels
-Both focus on a similar format, where the heroes will go on a mission, perform their duty and then return to home base, potentially being promoted. In both, missions contribute a little to the overarching story, usually in the form of a villain appearance.
~Itadori is like Naruto, both are jinchuriki holding a demon inside
~Fushiguro resembles and acts like sasuke, is Itadori friend and rival in a sense
~Kugisaki resembles and acts like sakura, but kugisaki isn;t useless like sakura
~Gojou is like Kakashi, cool and powerful and is like a teacher/senpai to the trio
Basically it's Naruto but instead of ninjas it's demons and curses.
- Both feature a similar quartet of main characters which I will mention below:
- Yuuji and Naruto are both naive protagonists with a strong drive to succeed, both possess a dark
demon inside of them that grants them immense power
- Megumi and Sasuke are both dark-haired guys with a cool exterior, they have a fiery friendship/rivalry with the protagonist
- Nobara and Sakura are short-tempered girls, they are especially irritated by the protagonists' antics, although I think Nobara is a much more competent character compared to Sakura
- Gojo and Kakashi are seniors who play the role of the teacher for the trio, they both have a
The personalities of the 3 protagonists in Jujutsu Kaisen literally mirrors the trio from Naruto. The design of the MCs from Jujutsu Kaisen seems to be based off of Naruto too with the teacher Gojou resembling Kakashi especially.
Jujutsu Kaisenreminds me of Naruto in many ways. In the protagonist Itadori, Yuuji lives the strongest demon in the universe, Sukuna like in naruto kyuubi. teacher Gojou very reminds me of Kakashi they are gray-haired. kakashi reveals sharingan in battles and Gojou opens both eyes. I think if you are fans of Naruto you will definitely like Jujutsu Kaisen.
The characters and the basic premise is quite similar and they're both good shows.
Both feature incredible powers used in dynamic and interesting fights, beautiful animation which is/was ahead of it's time, and both have Kakashi-sensei.
I think jujutsu can be considered the seinen cousin of naruto with obvious character parallels & similar sources for its magic system (咒术-忍术；jujutsu-ninjutsu). Also more likable characters & less filler too IMO.
Both are battle shounen anime. Protagonists of both series start off with having an "evil" entity sealed in them.
If you enjoyed naruto , you will definitely enjoy jjk. It has a similar aspect with 3 man group and sensei but world building wise is very similar to bleach with the characters starting out in their teens like in naruto shippudden
If you enjoyed Naruto Jujutsu Kaisen is, pretty much, Naruto 2.0/ modern version.