Sansho (Academy Student) is a young Konoha Academy student from Konohagakure (the Village Hidden in the Leaves). He is one of the supporting characters in the Naruto anime series and manga that was written and illustrated by Masashi Kishimoto.
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First Appearance in Anime
Naruto Shippuden Episode: 494
Japanese Voice Actor
English Voice Actor
Konohagakure (the Village Hidden in the Leaves)
Sansho appeared in The Perfect Day For A Wedding arc. He, alongside Tsukune and Mibuna, sketched things on the Third Hokage’s statue that is in the Academy. Iruka Umino saw that Sadoru was disturbed by this and told her that he knew who did it. He caught Sansho and his friends behind a tree and told them that they had to clean it.
Sadoru asked Iruka how he got to know where they were hiding. In reply, Iruka said that he is used to it as Naruto Uzumaki used to do the same thing when he was his student. Sansho and his friends denied this, saying that there was no way the Konoha hero Naruto was a student of Iruka.
Later, Sansho and his friends went to the Hokage’s office and when he got to know that Tsukune his friend wanted to steal the Scroll of Seals, he and Mibune refused to help him and went away.
When Iruka got to know that the Scroll of Seals was being stolen, he knew that it was Sansho and his friends’ doing. When he caught Sansho and Mibuna, they told him that it was Tsukune’s plan.
Sansho is not respectful towards his teachers and loves to play pranks. He is also more careful than Tsukune and that’s why he denied stealing the Scroll of Seals.
Sansho wears a yellow Nagagi and purple beanie. He wears a purple full-sleeve t-shirt underneath the Nagagi with brown shorts and black sandals. His light black hair comes out from the sides of his beanie.
A. Sansho is from Konohagakure (the Village Hidden in the Leaves).
A. Sansho appeared in Naruto Shippuden episode: 494, "Naruto's Wedding".