Otora is a fictional character in the popular manga and its anime adaptation, the Naruto series, written and illustrated by Masashi Kishimoto.
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Otora is a Naruto series character who made his debut in Naruto episode 76, "Assasin of the Moonlit Night." He was a citizen of Sunagakure, also known as the Village Hidden in the Sand.
First Appearance in Anime
Naruto Episode 76: Assasin of the Moonlit Night
Japanese Voice Actor
English Voice Actor
Sunagakure (Village Hidden in the Sand)
Very little is known about Otora as his past is still shrouded in mystery. In the series, Otora was introduced as a Sunagakure citizen, a drunk man who would wander around the village with a bottle in his hand.
Otora made his debut in the anime in the Konoha Crush Arc. In the storyline, one night while wandering around the village in a drunk state, Otora ran into Gaara and began insulting them. However, after taking a good look at Gaara, he realized who he was talking to and was filled with fear. When Gaara saw the fear of him in Otora’s eyes, he lost control and killed Otora by accident.
Otora was a heavy drinker and was very rude, yelling at others without a second thought over minor inconveniences. As he was a drunkard, he paid little to no attention to things and would yell at others without looking.
Otora had black eyes and short black hair. He had a beige hat on his head, and only the back of some of his hair was visible. He also wore a purple shirt with a collar.
Otora was a citizen, a drunkard of Sunagakure, and did not possess any combat abilities.
A. Otora is a Naruto series character who made his debut in Naruto episode 76, "Assasin of the Moonlit Night." He was a citizen of Sunagakure, also known as the Village Hidden in the Sand.
A. Gaara is a shinobi of Sunagakure, one of the Sand Siblings. He is also the Fifth Kazekage, succeeding his father as the Kazekage.