Hanami Uzumaki (added Namikaze) is the son of Naruto Uzumaki and Sakura Haruno and the younger sister of Shinachiku.

Hanami is the second most common child of Naruto and Sakura.

Uzumaki Hanami is the most well known daughter of Naruto and Sakura among the fandom. Her origin currently unknown, but she quickly sprang to popularity around the time Shinachiku did.

Race Human
Nationality Konohagakure

Hayabusa Village[1]

Hair Color Pink
Skin Color Fair
Professional Status
Affiliation Konohagakure no Sato

Hi no Kuni (Land of Fire)

Ryuu no Kuni (Land of Dragons)

Occupation Kunoichi (Soon)
Team (N/A)
Nature Elements
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Sub-Nature Elements
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Hanami (花見, lit. "flower viewing") is the Japanese traditional custom of enjoying the transient beauty of flowers, flowers ("hana") in this case almost always referring to those of the cherry ("sakura") (x)

"Hanami" (花見) is a traditional Japanese custom of viewing the flowers of the cherry blossom trees. It can be assumed that her name was a play on her mother's name, Sakura, which means "cherry blossom".

Hanami's personality varies deeply, but there are a few clear traits that are shared among most of the fandom. Hanami is often depicted as a 'papa's girl' and shares Naruto's goofy light-hearted demeanor. She's often depicted as mischievous like her father and tempermental like her mother. Another common trait is her admiration for her older brother Shinachiku (in combinations where Shinachiku exists and he is the older child).

Her appearance varies greatly, but she is usually depicted with pink hair and blue eyes. Her hair is arranged in different fashions, but more often than not, she has two ponytails and some kind of hair pin in her hair.

Powers & Abilities Edit

She use power from kurama

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Weapon's Gallery tools

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  • Kage bunshin (Shadow Clone), Kawarimi (Substitute), Henge (Transformation), Rasengan,


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  1. Same way as Shinachiku