Do you know how JOGAN works, the eye of the Boruto?
Jogan (meaning "Pure Eye") is a doujutsu awakened by Boruto Uzumaki in his right eye and allows him to see a chakra imperceptible to ordinary eyes. In the manga, this doujutsu is expressionless in appearance and with a barely visible pupil. When represented in the anime, doujutsu has a bluish color with a darkened sclera and a visible pupil.
Initially, when used during his time at the Academy, Boruto did not appear to have the ability to activate it at his command, instead, the eye would involuntarily activate when Boruto focused his attention on a particular person or object. As a young man, he demonstrated the ability to activate it at will.
What does it really do? (as far as we know)
Until then, we don't know much about such power that his doujutsu really can have, but we can see in the episode that he was shown some similarities with other already known doujutsus, such as Byakugan. Jogan can identify changes in the chakra, track anything through crackra movement, find weaknesses and can also see through invisible barriers that connect between different dimensions.
Toneri appears to know Jogan, calling him "star of hope"
Boruto was the only character revealed, who has this eye;
This name of Kekkei Genkai was revealed by Chengxi Huang, one of the animators of the anime;
EXTRA (OFFICIAL) INFORMATION:
One of Boruto's animators: Naruto Next Generations posted an image on his blog that shows Boruto cleaning his right eye with eye drops. The caption of the image is like "Jogan" and in the accompanying text, the animator mentions that Boruto's eye was neither a Byakugan nor a Tenseigan, but it was officially called "Jogan". He also explained that the eye is related to the size of the Otsutsuki clan and its powers are a combination of Byakugan's abilities and Naruto's Negative Emotion Sensing. However, he then noticed that all of this information could be explained in detail in the future and fans shouldn't think about it too much for now, as the author didn't think of everything alone.
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