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Template:Multiple image The Naruto manga and anime series takes place on a fictional universe known as the Ninja World, sometimes referred to as the Template:Nihongo.[1] The setting is a world with numerous countries and locations, including the main setting of the story, Konohagakure, a village part of the Land of Fire that the eponymous protagonist of the series, Naruto Uzumaki, was born in. The geography consists of nine countries, including the "Five Great Shinobi Nations", the five countries that united during the Fourth Shinobi World War.[2] This universe has many things that exist or no longer exist that has made it what the village is now. When being a ninja in these countries, there are 4 main levels of becoming a shinobi, and there are other ranks and organizations that a shinobi can participate in by choice if eligible.[3]


When Masashi Kishimoto was creating the setting of the Naruto manga, he initially concentrated on the designs for the village of Konohagakure, the primary setting of the series. He asserts that his design for Konohagakure was created "pretty spontaneously without much thought", but admits that the scenery is based on his home in the Okayama prefecture in Japan. Kishimoto created Konohagakure without specifying an era or location in the real world, noting that the village is "just a place in his head". Without a specific time period, Kishimoto included modern elements in the series such as convenience stores, movies and CCTV surveillance systems, but specifically excluded projectile weapons and vehicles from the storyline. For reference materials, Kishimoto performs his own research into Japanese culture and alludes to it in his work. In an interview, he commented that he "often visits Japanese gardens and goes to Kabuki performances" for reference material.[4] Kishimoto added that, as Naruto takes place in a "Japanese fantasy world," the creator has to "set certain rules, in a systematic way" so that he could easily "convey the story." Kishimoto wanted to "draw on" the Chinese zodiac tradition, which had a long-standing presence in Japan; the zodiac hand signs originate from this. Regarding technology, Kishimoto said that Naruto would not have any firearms. He said he may include automobiles, aircraft, and "low-processing" computers; Kishimoto specified the computers would "maybe" be eight-bit and that they would "definitely not" be sixteen-bit.[5]

Christopher A. Born compliments the development of NarutoTemplate:'s setting calling it a fun fictional pastiche. He notes that the hidden leaf villages represent, for the Japanese, places that are safe and protected against major threats.[6]


In the Ninja World, countries operate as separate political entities ruled by Daimyo, or Feudal Lords. Within these countries are Template:Nihongo, settlements housing ninja, warriors capable of using super power abilities in combat. A hidden village maintains the economy of the parent country by training ninja from a young age and using them to perform missions for their own, or other countries. Furthermore, separate parties can hire ninja for purposes such as protection. The ninja of a hidden village serve as the military force of their parent country. The leaders of the hidden villages hold equal status with the leaders of their respective countries. Five countries in the Ninja World: the Land of Earth, the Land of Fire, the Land of Lightning, the Land of Water, and the Land of Wind are known as the "Five Great Shinobi Nations". These countries are the most powerful in the Ninja World. They are ruled by a feudal lord and the leaders of the hidden villages in these countries hold the title of Kage.Template:Gnr During the "Fourth Ninja World War", the hidden villages of all five nations join together to confront Akatsuki's forces as the "Ninja Alliance Army" or "Shinobi Alliance." Other apparently smaller nations have been named in passing, in either the manga or anime, but are yet to be explored in detail.

Land of Fire

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The Template:Nihongo is one of the Five Great Shinobi Countries, is where the majority of the Naruto series takes place, getting its name from its bright and hot weather. It is where Template:Nihongo, also known as the Template:Nihongo or Template:Nihongo, is located. The village was founded by the two rival ninja clans descended from the Sage of Six Paths: The Senju led by Hashirama and the Uchiha under Madara.Template:Gnr When Hashirama was named Konoha's leader, the First Hokage, events led to an epic battle with a furious Madara that led to Konoha obtaining possession of Kurama the Nine-Tailed Fox and the formation of Template:Nihongo with large statues of Hashirama and Madara overlooking a waterfall.Template:Gnr One of Konoha's landmarks is the Hokage mountain where the faces of Hashirama, Tobirama Senju, Hiruzen Sarutobi, Minato Namikaze, Tsunade, Kakashi Hatake, and Naruto Uzumaki were etched into stone.Template:Gnr

During Part I of the series, Konoha is led by the Third Hokage, Hiruzen, after his successor, Minato, sacrificed himself to save the village from Kurama, who ran rampant as the result of Obito Uchiha's actions. Hiruzen subsequently sacrificed himself to defeat his student, Orochimaru during his invasion of Konoha, and the position of the Fifth Hokage is taken by his other student, Tsunade, who oversees the village's reconstruction. Later in Part II, the Akatsuki's figurehead leader Pain (Nagato) leads an attack on Konoha and destroys most of the village in the process before being stopped by Naruto. After the Fourth Ninja World War, Tsunade passes the title to Kakashi who then passes it to Naruto after a few years.

Within Konoha are a number of locations featured prominently during the series: Naruto Uzumaki's favorite restaurant Template:Nihongo, the Training Grounds with at least forty four locations existing; two of the most notable are the Template:Nihongo where Team Kakashi and Team Hiruzen once partake in a bell test, and the Template:Nihongo, also known as the Template:Nihongo used for the biyearly Chunin Exams, the Template:Nihongo where the tablet containing information about the Sage of the Six Paths is located, the Template:Nihongo only housed for ninja monks, led by Chiriku, former Template:Nihongo, including Asuma Sarutobi, and the long abandoned Template:Nihongo which stores various ancient masks such as the one which could summon the Death Seal. After the war, the village has overall grown in size and a modern city has grown from it complete with towering skyscrapers right behind the Hokage Monument and experienced a technical revolution.

Land of Wind

Template:Nihongo, one of the Five Great Shinobi Nations, is a large desert country whose cities are found near water sources. While much of the country is inhospitable, the population is large and prosperous due to frequent trade with the Land of Fire. Its resident ninja village is Template:Nihongo, also known as Suna, which is ruled by the Kazekage and possesses the Shukaku, the One-Tail. Before the start of the series, the Land of Wind's feudal lord began to reduce Sunagakure's budget, and send mission requests to Konoha instead of Sunagakure. This led the Fourth Kazekage to forge an alliance with the village of Otogakure to wipe out Konoha during the Chunin Exams. However, the attack fails with Sunagakure becoming allies with Konoha upon learning that Orochimaru, the leader of Otogakure, murdered the Fourth Kazekage before the attack began. In Part II of the series, Gaara, the son of the Fourth Kazekage and the One-Tail's Jinchuriki, succeeds his father as the Fifth Kazekage prior to losing Shukaku to the Akatsuki. Other than Gaara's brother Kankuro and their sister Temari, members of Sunagakure include the Sand Siblings' teacher Template:Nihongo, the Akatsuki's Sasori, his grandmother Chiyo, and Template:Nihongo, a famed kunoichi who possessed the advanced Kekkei Genkai Scorch Style and was killed during an incident with Kirigakure.

Land of Water

Template:Nihongo is one of the Five Great Shinobi Nations, composed of many islands with each having its own unique traditions. Within the Land of Water is Template:Nihongo, currently ruled by the Fifth Mizukage Template:Nihongo. Prior to the series, Kirigakure possessed Isobu, the Three-Tails and Saiken, the Six-Tails. Isobu's last Jinchuriki was Mei's predecessor, the Fourth Mizukage Template:Nihongo who gave his village the moniker "Blood Mist" due to the use of death fights among graduating ninja until Zabuza Momochi killed all the students in his class discontinued the process. He is later revealed to had been under the influence of Obito, though the village had obtained the moniker long before Obito changed allegiance.

Kirigakure is also known for its strongest ninja, the members of the Template:Nihongo. Each member carries a blade of great power: Template:Nihongo which uses the iron from the blood of its victims to restore itself, the sentient Template:Nihongo which feeds on an enemy's chakra, the needle-shaped Template:Nihongo that pierces enemies and "sews" them together in human bundles, the defense destroying Template:Nihongo, the explosive Template:Nihongo, the lightning-imbued twin blades Template:Nihongo and Template:Nihongo that can store the user's chakra to assume any form. The weapons are passed down from one generation of Swordsmen to the next.

However, the group disbanded with only Hiramekarei remaining in service to Kirigakure. Members of the last generation include Zabuza, the Akatsuki's Kisame Hoshigaki, Template:Nihongo who possessed Kiba prior to his death, Template:Nihongo who trained to use all seven swords, and a youth named Template:Nihongo who became Mei's bodyguard and possesses Hiramekarei. During the Fourth Ninja World War, other than Zabuza and Kisame, Kabuto reanimated the strongest generation of Swordsmen: Zabuza's previous teammates Template:Nihongo, Template:Nihongo, Template:Nihongo, Template:Nihongo, and Template:Nihongo. Suigetsu, Mangetsu's younger brother, made it his goal to reclaim the swords of the Seven Swordsmen to revive the group.

Other ninja from Kirigakure include Template:Nihongo, Mei's bodyguard who had a functional Byakugan implanted on him and had fought Shisui Uchiha in his life, Zabuza's apprentice Haku, who hailed from the Yuki clan and had the advanced Kekkei Genkai Ice Release, the Demon Brothers Template:Nihongo and Template:Nihongo who were working under Zabuza, Template:Nihongo, a renowned shinobi who had strong hatred with the organization Akatsuki, and Template:Nihongo the Second Mizukage, who hailed from the Hōzuki clan and had a long-standing rivalry with the Second Tsuchikage, Mū.

Land of Lightning

Template:Anchor Template:Nihongo is one of the Five Great Shinobi Nations, consisting of numerous mountain ranges with one of the highest mountains being where Template:Nihongo is located. The village is occupied by lightning using ninja under the leadership of the Fourth Raikage Template:Nihongo. Years prior to the series, a leader of Kumogakure used an alliance with Konoha as an excuse to get close enough to abduct Hinata Hyūga for her Byakugan. Though the leader was killed by Hiashi Hyūga, Hinata's father, Kumogakure demand the clan head's life with threat of war. However, the twin brother of the Hyuga clan head and Neji's father, Hizashi Hyūga, takes his brother's place so Kumogakure could not obtain the Byakugan.

As the series began, Kumogakure had two Tailed Beasts in its possession: Matatabi the Two Tails and Gyūki the Eight-Tails. During the time of Hashirama Senju, Kumogakure attempted to capture Kurama with the traitorous Gold and Silver Brothers, Template:Nihongo and Template:Nihongo who only managed to ingest the demon fox's flesh to increase their powers and stole five of the Ninja Treasures of the Sage of the Six Paths, weapons that require huge amounts of chakra to wield. In Part II, the Akatsuki captured Matatabi's Jinchuriki Template:Nihongo and later send Taka in an attempt to obtain Gyūki from Ay's adopted younger brother, Killer Bee, though they failed and only managed to obtain Gyūki's tentacle. Other ninja from Kumogakure include: Ay's bodyguards Template:Nihongo, a white-haired Jōnin who wields a giant blade similar to the Seven Swordsmen of the Mist and Template:Nihongo, a medical ninja, Template:Nihongo and her brother Template:Nihongo, Ay's secretary Template:Nihongo, Killer Bee's students Template:Nihongo and Template:Nihongo, and Template:Nihongo, a famed Kumogakure shinobi who possessed the advanced Kekkei Genkai Magnet Release.

Land of Earth

Template:Nihongo is one of the Five Great Shinobi Nations, mostly made up of rock formations with a rocky mountain range blocking communication with other countries and Template:Nihongo located in the center of mountain ranges. The leader is called the Tsuchikage, and the current leader is Template:Nihongo, the Third Tsuchikage. Trained by his mentor Template:Nihongo, the Second Tsuchikage, Onoki had a student named Deidara before he ran off and joined the Akatsuki. Not much is known about Iwagakure other than its ninja who specialize in earth-based jutsu and had two Tailed Beasts in its possession: Son Gokū, the Four-Tails, sealed within an old man named Rōshi; and Kokuō, the Five-Tails, sealed within a large, armor-clad man named Han, both of which had already been captured by Akatsuki. Other members of Iwagakure include Onoki's granddaughter Template:Nihongo, who serves as Onoki's bodyguard alongside Template:Nihongo, her father Template:Nihongo, and Template:Nihongo, a renowned Iwagakura shinobi who had the advanced Kekkei Genkai Explosion Release and was part of Iwagakure Explosion Corps.

Land of Waves

Template:Nihongo is a poor nation, and as a result does not have a hidden village. It is an isolated island that prosperous until it was taken over by the crime lord Gato, who monopolized the economy and ruled it like a despot. The Land of Waves is introduced early in Part I as the site of Naruto Uzumaki's first high ranking mission as a member of Team 7 where they serve as bodyguards for a bridge builder who Gato saw as a threat to the point of hiring Zabuza and later deeming him disposable. With the aid of the populace of the Land of Waves, Gato killed by a dying Zabuza prior, Team 7 manage to drive off Gato's army of thugs and restore the country to its former status. As a sign of gratitude, the bridge is named Template:Nihongo in honor of Naruto for being the peoples' inspiration in reclaiming their home.

Land of Sound

Originally known as the Template:Nihongo, a small country sharing a border with the Land of Fire. But when Orochimaru took control of the country, he renamed it the Template:Nihongo and founded Template:Nihongo. Though Orochimaru claimed that it was created so any ninja can find purpose without subjugation to the Five Ninja Nations, Otogakure is actually multiple assorted lairs and laboratories located within the Land of Sound and outside it meant to enable Orochimaru to utilize the ninja he took under his wing in a series of experiments to achieve his goals.

Land of Iron

Template:Nihongo is a smaller, snowy country, which lies between three large mountains, named the Three Wolves. Its leader is Template:Nihongo, an elderly samurai who specializes in Iaido, and had fought Hanzo of the Salamader in his youth. This country is unusual for its military being made up of samurai, instead of ninja. The samurai, adept in kenjutsu, utilize their chakra by streaming it into their swords. The country is neutral among the Five Great Shinobi Nations and never start wars with them, which contributes to its stable security and makes it the ideal place for the Five Kage Summit. The samurai later join the Shinobi Alliance in the Fourth Ninja World War against the criminal organization Akatsuki.

Land of Whirlpools

Template:Nihongo, located on an island off the Land of Fire's coast, is the site of the ruins of an ancient shinobi village called Template:Nihongo or Template:Nihongo. It is also Naruto's ancestral home through the Uzumaki Clan, the distant relatives of the Senju Clan who are composed of red-haired ninja with longevity who invented various Sealing Jutsus. When Uzushiogakure fell, the Uzumaki scattered to the winds with Template:Nihongo marrying the First Hokage Hashirama Senju and the becoming the first Jinchuriki of Kurama, before passing it to Template:Nihongo, the wife of the Fourth Hokage Minato Namikaze who passed on the task to their son Naruto. Mito's only living descendant is Tsunade, who inherited her grandmother's long life. Other members of the Uzumaki Clan include Nagato from Amegakure, also known as Pain of the Akatsuki who had Rinnegan implanted to him by Madara Uchiha, and Karin, a member of Sasuke Uchiha's Taka and former subordinate of Orochimaru.

Other Locations


Template:Nihongo is a ninja village located in an unnamed country, bordered by two Great Shinobi Nations: the Land of Fire and Land of Earth to the east and northwest, respectively, Takigakure to the northeast, and Amegakure to the south. It is dominated with large amount of Plantae environment, consisting of large trees and mushrooms, which may contribute to its naming. Although the village has never been formally introduced in the series, many of its country locations are vital to the story. Many Kusagakure ninja have also been seen, particularly during the Chūnin Exams, suggesting that the village has good diplomatic relationship with the Five Great Shinobi Nations. Point of interest in the country include the Template:Nihongo, which was used as Iwagakure's line of supply during the Third Ninja World War after Kusagakure had been dominated by them. It was destroyed by Team Minato of Konohagakure, though at the cost of one of its member, Obito Uchiha. Orochimaru had also built a hideout somewhere in the country, with the Template:Nihongo located near it, which is used by Kabuto Yakushi to meet with his employer, Sasori. The bridge is later destroyed by Naruto in his Four-Tails form. The country is also used as the setting for the fifth Naruto Shippūden film Naruto the Movie: Blood Prison, where it is revealed that Kusagakure had once attained dominance of the world during the time of the Sage of the Six Paths through the use of Box of Enlightenment, though they eventually fell when the Great Shinobi Nations unite to stop them. A prison called the Template:Nihongo is built in the country, which is used to contain high-ranking criminals, though it is unknowingly used to hide the Box, which required chakra extracted from the prisoners.


Template:Nihongo is a ninja village situated in an unnamed country. It has yet to be explored much in the series, though the anime depicts the village being built around a giant tree with many waterfalls scattered around, which gave the village their name. Despite being surrounded by four countries (two of which are Great Shinobi Nations), it has never been invaded, a feat which they frequently boast for. Takigakure is the only ninja village of a non-Shinobi Nation to be in possession of a Tailed Beast: Chōmei, the Seven Tails, who was sealed in Fū. The village is led by Shibuki, who provided care for Fū. However, she became one of the first Jinchuriki to be captured by Akatsuki. The only other ninja known from Takigakure is Kakuzu, who defected from the village after a failure of certain mission and stole the Earth Grudge technique, before joining Akatsuki.


Template:Nihongo, named for the continuous rain in its skies, is situated in an unknown country. The country's borders are highly defended, and those wishing to pass through it are subject to constant surveillance for the duration of their stay. As it is situated between three of the Five Great Shinobi Nations, it serves as a battlefield for their wars. Most of the population consists of war refugees under the dictatorship of Hanzo the Salamander, who christened Hiruzen Sarutobi's students as the Template:Nihongo when only they survive an attack that wipe out their entire platoon during the Second Ninja World War. At the time of the Third Ninja World War, Amegakure was the site of a civil war with Hanzo killed by Nagato of the Akatsuki which was a liberation group prior to becoming a criminal organization. Following the war's conclusion, going by the name of Pain, Nagato becomes the leader of the village and uses it as a base for the Akatsuki while eliminating would be assassins loyal to the former Amegakure regime. The inhabitants of Amegakure consider Pain to be a god due to his ability to briefly stop the rain, following his aide Konan when she takes leadership after his death. However, after Tobi kills Konan to obtain Nagato's Rinnegan eyes, it is unknown who succeeded her as Amegakure's leader.

Sage regions

Mount Myōboku (妙木山 Myōbokuzan) is one of the three sage locations. It is the land of the toads and the place where Jiraya trains to become a sage, and his student Naruto masters the sage Jutsu. The highest authority in this region is the Great Toad Sage. Also, Hagoromo went there to train in order to defeat his mother Kaguya. Shikkotsu Forest (湿骨林, Shikkotsurin) is the second sage region and the home of Tsunade summoning slug, Katsuyu. Ryūchi Cave (龍地洞, Ryūchidō) is the third sage region and the places where snakes like Manda (summoned by Orochimaru during combat) live. Kabuto and Orochimaru trained in this region to master sage mode, but the latter couldn't achieve it.



Template:Main article Jutsu are techniques used by ninja, utilized by molding chakra in conjunction with various hand signs.

Sage of the Six Paths

Template:Nihongo, known as the Template:Nihongo, is a legendary ninja whose actions in the past influenced the series' storyline. One of the twin sons of Kaguya Ōtsutsuki, Hagoromo was naturally born with chakra already in his body. Possessing the Rinnegan, Hagoromo mastered all forms of nature chakra and used them to end the bloodshed of his time while creating the fundamentals of ninjutsu. He was specialised in all form of jutsu even if it was created by others. He was capable of creating anything from nothingness with his yin yang chakra, Hagoromo also possessed five treasured tools which requires high amount of chakra to use: a thick rope capable of drawing out people's word soul called Template:Nihongo, a sword capable of cursing people's word soul called (the user thinks a word which will be shown on the sword when enemy says that word his soul will be removed) Template:Nihongo, a gourd capable of sealing people after having their word soul cursed and reciting their most-used word called (after the soul is removed it will be sealed inside this gourd) Template:Nihongo, a pot capable of sealing people when they respond after being called named Template:Nihongo, and a feathered fan capable of dealing powerful elemental attacks called Template:Nihongo.

Having sealed Kaguya in her Ten Tails incarnation within himself with the help of his brother Hamura, Hagoromo becomes the first Jinchuriki. He mixed some of the ten tails chakra with his chakra and gained the most powerful chakra. Soon after, Hagoromo gains two sons: the eldest Indra who inherited his "eyes" - his chakra and spiritual energy - while the younger Asura only inherited his "body" - his life force and physical energy. Knowing he could not fulfill his ideals of peace, Hagoromo selected Asura to continue his legacy as the youth's ability to work well with others were an ideal method of peace. Near the end of his life, to ensure his mother would not break free with his death Hagoromo separated the Ten-Tails' chakra into the nine Tailed Beasts. From there, Hagoromo sealed the powerless Ten-Tails into the Gedo Statue, within the celestial body that becomes the moon where Hamura and most of his bloodline would live from then on to keep vigil so Kaguya could not escape. Hamura decide to residing there to protect and ensure that his mother could not escape.

But what Hagoromo did not know was that Kaguya used her last moment to creation a personification of her will, Black Zetsu, to preyed on Indra's feelings towards not being named his father's heir, causing the family feud between Hagoromo's sons that continued to the time of the Sage's descendants: the Uchiha and the Senju/Uzumaki. Though he faded into myth, Hagoromo's exploits were researched by Madara Uchiha who Black Zetsu manipulated into summoning the Gedo Statue back to the world. Furthermore, meeting Naruto and Sasuke during their respective near death experiences by Madara's hand, Hagoromo reveals that his sons are able to reincarnate, with Naruto and Sasuke respectively being the most recent reincarnations of Asura and Indra. Though he was neutral throughout his sons' timeless conflict while observing his numerous descendants, Hagoromo only acts when his worst fears are realized in Madara becoming like Kaguya. To that end, Hagoromo decides to entrust both his sons with stopping Madara and achieve peace by dividing his powers between their current incarnations: giving Naruto his ability to use multiple chakra natures and heal any injury while turning one of Sasuke's eyes into a Rinnegan. As Naruto and Sasuke battled a fully restored Kaguya, Hagoromo used the lower body of Madara to regain physical form to free the tailed beasts from Kaguya's body while enlisting the reanimated Hokages' help alongside the other deceased Kage he summoned to bring Team 7, the tailed beasts, and Madara back to their reality. Hagoromo eventually fades back to the afterlife during Naruto and Sasuke's final battle, the former promising to put an end to the conflict that the sage's sons started. Hagoromo is voiced by Mitsutaka Tachikawa.


The Template:Nihongo are alien trees that thrive on soil long strained with blood from countless battles. While the legends state the Shinju as nourishing deities, it is actually the opposite as the Shinju drain the life force of the surrounding environment to produce a Template:Nihongo within a millennia. These Chakra Fruit are sought by the celestial beings known as the Ōtsutsuki Clan who seek to extend their lives while causing the host planet to eventually die out. The only exception was Kaguya Ōtsutsuki when she arrive to the world with the human population deeming the Chakra Fruit a taboo, ingesting the fruit and using its power to end the conflict while settling on the world to rule over the humans and protect them from themselves. This ultimately led to an insane Kaguya enacting the Infinite Tsukiyomi to assimilate most humans into the Shinju, turning them into creatures called White Zetsu to serve as her personal army in fending off her Ōtsutsuki kinsmen. But upon learning that some of the Shinju's chakra was transferred into her children, an enraged Kaguya merged into the Shinju to transform it into the Template:Nihongo to reclaim her chakra. As a living weapon of mass destruction that acts on Kaguya's rage and base instincts, the Ten-Tails is able to terraform areas with its attacks, generate multiple natural disasters at once, and spawn what is later revealed to assimilated life forms from its body. Being the progenitor of chakra within every ninja, the Ten-Tails is also able to use attacks and projectiles based on Template:Nihongo which can negate all chakra-based ninjutsu except Sage chakra. Due to the dangers the rampaging Ten-Tails poses to the world, Hagoromo and Hamura sealed their mother with the former becoming the first Jinchuriki. But as his death would undo the seal on the monster, Hagoromo separated the Ten-Tails's chakra from its body and scattered it into the four winds as the Tailed Beasts before sealing the body away in what would become the moon.

However, Kaguya created Black Zetsu prior to her imprisonment to manipulate Hagoromo's son Indra and his descendants in a scheme to free her and restore her power. Black Zetsu eventually finds Madara Uchiha, leading him to an altered document of the legend and having him summon the Ten-Tails's husk, the Template:Nihongo, to Earth. From there, using one of the White Zetsu as a host, Black Zetsu oversaw Madara's apprentice Obito Uchiha and the Akatsuki gather all the Tailed Beasts save Kurama and Gyūki. Despite a few set backs, from the Ten Tails slowly assuming its full form to Obito briefly becoming its Jinchuriki, Black Zetsu succeeds in having Madara complete the Eye of the Moon plan as the Ten-Tails Jinchuriki and cast the Infinite Tsukuyomi to repeat Kaguya's act of having the Shinju consume all life. With that accomplished, Black Zetsu proceeds to complete Kaguya's resurrection by taking over Madara's body. But the plan that Kaguya and Black Zetsu conducted eventually failed when Naruto and Sasuke, with the aid of their Team 7 teammates and Obito, reseal Kaguya and revert her back into the Gedo Statue with the tailed beast chakra purged from her. Before the seal is complete, Naruto throws the severed part of Kaguya's body that Black Zetsu is latched into it to make sure the Gedo Statue could not be found again.

Tailed Beasts

The Template:Nihongo are nine giant concentrations of Chakra that serve to drive the plot of the Naruto series. They were all originally part of the Ten-Tails' chakra before Hagoromo Ōtsutsuki absorbed and splits some of the energy into nine constructs. Though referred to by the number of their tails, the Sage gave them proper names out of respect: Template:Nihongo the wild one-tailed tanuki; Template:Nihongo the polite two-tailed cat; Template:Nihongo the shy three-tailed turtle; Template:Nihongo the prideful four-tailed ape; Template:Nihongo the reserved five-tailed dolphin-horse; Template:Nihongo the boastful six-tailed slug; Template:Nihongo the cheery seven-tailed rhinoceros beetle; Template:Nihongo the berserker eight-tailed octopus-ox; and Template:Nihongo the cynical nine-tailed fox. The beasts are told by Hagoromo of a certain person and that one day they would be joined back to their original form while understanding true power. In time, as their immense strength can be tempered by Jinchuriki, the Tailed Beasts end up being used as weapons by the ninja villages. With the exception of Gyuki, though they benefited from the knowledge of their hosts and better utilize their powers, the other Tailed Beasts despised the humans for their actions and being seen by them as nothing more than tools. Only Kurama evaded capture until the founding of Konohagakure, in which Madara Uchiha controlled it during his battle with Hashirama Senju and was sealed within Hashirama's wife Mito Uzumaki, eventually winding up to Naruto Uzumaki.

Despite hating this forced symbiosis with their jinchuriki, Tailed Beasts tend to be protective of their hosts to the point of taking over their hosts' bodies if needed to. Even some Jinchuriki are able to speak to their tailed beasts like equals, allowing a mutual and strong relationship where the Jinchuriki is allowed to use a tailed beast's power while still maintaining his sense of self.

Throughout part II of the series, under Madara's instructions, Obito uses the Akatsuki to capture the current Jinchuriki to have the Tailed Beasts sealed within the Gedo Statue, the Ten-Tails's body to enact the Eye of the Moon plan to subjugate the Ninja World. Eventually, only Kurama and Gyuki remain to be captured after the five Kage's refusal to hand their hosts, Naruto and Killer Bee respectively, to Obito, leading to the Fourth Great Ninja War. During the war, with the help of Kabuto, Obito reanimates the former hosts as his personal Six Paths of Pain and seals the Tailed Beasts back within them in an attempt to capture Naruto and Killer Bee, though Naruto's determination to save the Tailed Beasts surprises and amazes them as Kurama realizes that he must be the person that the Sage told them long ago.

Agreeing with Kurama, Matatabi, Isobu, Son Gokū, Kokuō, Saiken, and Chōmei each give Naruto a bit of their chakra before being sealed back in the Gedo Statue as Obito decides to revive Ten-Tails by adding Gyūki's tentacle, and parts of Kurama's chakra stored in Kinkaku and Ginkaku. Despite this turn of events, Naruto's determination allows him and his allies to free the captive Tailed Beasts from the Ten-Tails before all nine are captured by Madara and sealed back into the Gedo Statue as Black Zetsu eventually restores it into Kaguya. However, having Yin Kuruma and bits of Shukaku and Gyūki transferred into his body, Naruto learns that all nine tailed beasts are within him as they decide the time that the Sage foretold had come. While despite their attempt to erupt from Kaguya's body in a hare-like form, the tailed beasts are freed once Naruto and Sasuke manage to seal her. Despite a brief imprisonment within Chibaku Tensei-based satellites by Sasuke as part of his own agenda to change the world before being defeated by Naruto, whose body will serve as a meeting ground through the fragments of their chakra lingering in him, the tailed beasts go their separate ways while Gyuki returns to Killer Bee and Kurama to Naruto while absorbing his yin half to become whole again. In the Boruto series, the Tailed Beasts are targeted by Momoshiki Ōtsutsuki who seeks to cultivate a new Chakra-Fruit to extend his life.


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The hosts for the Tailed Beasts. (L-R: Rōshi, Yagura, Yugito, Gaara, Naruto, Killer Bee, Fū, Utakata, and Han

The Template:Nihongo, or simply hosts, are humans who have had a Tailed Beast sealed into their bodies.Template:Gnr When the ninja villages were established, seeing the potential of a Tailed Beast's power focused by a human element, Jinchuriki were utilized to have an advantage over their rivals. However, due to the destruction they can cause if the Tailed Beasts take control and destroy everything around them, those who become Jinchiriki are seen as tools rather people with some becoming outcasts.

Each of the hosts appear to have a physical characteristic that resembles their beast; Naruto has fox-like whisker-marks on his face, while Gaara has tanuki-like rings around his eyes. Other than them and Killer Bee, the most recent Jinchūriki of the other Tailed Beasts include Template:Nihongo, the Fourth Mizukage Template:Nihongo, Template:Nihongo, Template:Nihongo, the rogue ninja Template:Nihongo, and Template:Nihongo. Fū and Han are both captured and killed by Akatsuki during Part I, while the other four meet the same fate throughout Part II of the story. Their corpses are later altered by Obito to become his personal Six Paths of Pain and with their former Tailed Beasts sealed back inside of them.

Normally, if a beast is removed from its host's body, the host would immediately die. However, those descended from Hagoromo like the Uzumaki Clan would be left severely weakened or on the verge of death. However, the same cannot be said for a Tailed Beast as its "death", like Isobu after Rin's death, is only temporary. While Naruto originally finds himself in conflict with Kurama attempting to take his body over, the youth manages to forcefully consume its chakra to enter "Nine Tails Chakra Mode" before establishing an equal partnership. When Minato is Reanimated, he is revealed to have become a jinchuriki himself due to absorbing Kurama's Yin chakra through the Reaper Death Seal he used on the Nine Tails. But Madara succeeds in obtaining all the tailed beasts and becoming the Ten Tails Jinchuriki prior to a restored Kaguya taking his body as her own.

After receiving half of Hagoromo's power, believed by the tailed beasts to be the one whom Hagoromo had foretold to appear when they become a single being once more, Naruto becomes a Jinchuriki to all nine due to obtaining Yin Kurama from his father and fragments of the other tailed beasts. Still having the fragments in his body after they are freed from Kaguya, Naruto's body would serve as meeting place for the tailed beasts.

List of Jinchuriki
  • Bunpuku
  • Unknown Jinchuriki
  • Gaara
  • Yugito Nii
  • Naruto Uzumaki (fragment)
  • Rin Nohara
  • Yagura Karatachi
  • Naruto Uzumaki (fragment)
Son Goku
  • Roshi
  • Naruto Uzumaki (fragment)
  • Han
  • Naruto Uzumaki (fragment)
  • Utakata
  • Naruto Uzumaki (fragment)
  • Fu
  • Naruto Uzumaki (fragment)
  • Blue B's Father
  • Blue B's Uncle
  • Blue B
  • Killer B
  • Naruto Uzumaki (fragment)
  • Mito Uzumaki
  • Kushina Uzumaki
  • Minato Namikaze (Yin)
  • Naruto Uzumaki (originally Yang, later gaining Yin Kurama and eventually restoring Kurama)
  • Menma Namikaze (dream only)
Ten Tails
  • Hagoromo Otsutsuki
  • Obito Uchiha
  • Madara Uchiha

Great Ninja Wars

The Template:Nihongo are a series of wars among the Shinobi Nations that usually spans decades before each village agrees on a peace treaty that allows years of peace before another begins. There have been four Ninja World Wars, three of which occurred before the start of the series. The Template:Nihongo occurred shortly after the founding of each ninja villages pioneered by the founding of Konohagakure by the Senju Clan and Uchiha Clan. The First Hokage, Hashirama Senju had divided the Tailed Beasts to each village, but this did not prevent the war from happening. There were many casualties in this war, including Hashirama himself and not long after, his successor, Tobirama Senju, who passed the title of Hokage to Hiruzen Sarutobi. The villages agreed on a peace treaty only after each of them had been severely damaged and it only lasted twenty years before the Template:Nihongo happened. The war is considerably larger as it also involved smaller ninja villages like Amegakure. Many important events occurred, including the christening of Hiruzen's students as the Sannin by Hanzō of the Salamander and Sakumo Hatake gaining fame as "Konoha's White Fang" after he killed both of Sasori's parents. The period of peace between this war and the Template:Nihongo is very short, resulting in the lack of manpower in the latter war. The Third Ninja World War mainly involved Konohagakure and Iwagakure, with Konoha being the winner after they managed to sabotage Iwa's supply line despite the presumed death of Obito Uchiha. Konoha also had conflict with Kumogakure, whose leader, the Third Raikage recently died while battling 10,000 ninja army. The two did not fully reconcile until several years after the war ended. Since then, the Ninja World enjoyed a long period of peace and many villages, most notably Kirigakure, began forming friendship with each other.

The Template:Nihongo occurs during Part II of the story. Instead of battling each other, all Five Great Shinobi Nations unite to stop Obito Uchiha, under the guise of Madara Uchiha, with assistance by Kabuto Yakushi's Reanimation jutsu. Though Naruto and Killer Bee were kept out of the war to keep their Tailed Beasts Kurama and Gyūki from falling into enemy hands, the two Jinchuriki gave their side the advantage over the White Zetsu Army. However, despite reinforcements from Sasuke and the reanimated Hokage, the war takes a turn for the worst when the real Madara Uchiha enters the fight as he eventually becomes the Ten Tails' Jinchuriki and carries out Project Tsuki no Me. Luckily, Naruto and Sasuke manage to seal Kaguya Ōtsutsuki, the real perpetrator behind the war, and, after finally settling things between them, free the entrapped humans by breaking the Infinite Tsukiyomi. By the epilogue, no more wars occurred since peace among the Five Great Shinobi Nations was established.

Ninja: ranks, title and organizations

Ninja ranks and missions that they are assigned to.

Academy ninja

The academy is where would-be ninja start; they are not actually considered ninja until they graduate.Template:Gnr Academy students take formal and practical tests of all sorts and are taught basic ninja skills, such as martial arts, techniques, physical fitness, as well as extensive mental training such as math, science, history, and specifically these things in relation to their uses in battle tactics; academy students are also taught the way of the ninja. Basic weapon usage, such as kunai and shuriken, are commonly taught. Elementary ninja techniques, such as transformation jutsu and clone jutsu, though they vary from village to village, are also taught. Once a student has become proficient in these areas they are allowed to graduate.Template:Gnr Upon graduation, students are organized into three-person teams under the leadership of a Jonin.Template:Gnr In some villages, the Jonin administers a final test to determine whether or not the team will be able to advance to the rank of Genin. Those who fail must return to the academy. When Naruto Uzumaki graduates at the start of the series, only nine of the twenty-seven graduates become Genin.Template:Gnr


Template:Nihongo are the lowest level of ninja. Genin are given headbands with their village's symbol on it to represent what village they come from and that they are full-fledged ninja.Template:Gnr Genin are also put in a platoon of three-man-cell, and are then assigned a Jonin sensei to mentor them.Template:Gnr This is done to teach the Genin teamwork and experience true ninja life under the supervision and protection of an elite shinobi. The make-up of these teams is based on the individual skills of the Genin, so that there will remain a balance between the teams.Template:Gnr When they become Genin, ninja start to do their bit for their village's economy, for which they are given a small payment. They are typically sent on D-rank missions, which are the lowest rank and are almost entirely risk-free jobs of manual labor, or experienced Genin are sent on C-rank missions, which are a cut above that and begin to verge on real "ninja" work, though they generally have a very low possibility of risk to the ninja involved.Template:Gnr In some circumstances, a genin may have the skills of Chunin or above, but are not officially considered a Chunin or Jonin because they have not been formally promoted. An example of a Genin who has shown skills that have surpassed those of a Jonin or even a Kage of a village is Kosuke Maruboshi and the titular character of the franchise, Naruto Uzumaki.


Template:Nihongo are ninja who are qualified to watch over and guide other ninja. Chunin have reached a level of maturity that primarily consists of leadership skills and tactical prowess. Some of them, like Shikamaru Nara, serve as team leaders in charge of small teams who need to make decisions and use the skills of the shinobi under their command to the maximum effect. Upon reaching Chunin level, ninja can wear an identifying tactical vest that holds ninjutsu scrolls. This vest is not required; instead, some may look for more elaborate clothing like capes or robes. One does not have to be a Chunin to wear the capes or robes, however, as Naruto, during his time as a Genin, was shown wearing a cape on both his mission to locate Itachi Uchiha and when he went to the Kage Summit. They also normally wield a tantō, which is another means of identifying them as Chunin. Chunin are typically sent on C or B-rank missions.Template:Gnr

To become a Chunin, a Genin can either be appointed by his/her village leader[7] or participates, with his or her team, in a large examination, known as the "Chunin Exams," hosted twice a year due to the growing number of ninjas. In the past, each village held their own Chunin exam. After the Third Ninja World War, allied ninja villages agreed to hold the exams together at the selected village that would host the exam, so villages could improve and strengthen their relationships. Another advantage is that ninja that took the exam might attract clients who are interested in hiring them. The exam is a test not only of strength, but information gathering abilities, survival skills, and adhering to guidelines. Those who have all of these qualities are grouped together into predetermined fights, watched by a council that decides who becomes a Chunin and who does not. While the winners are able to proceed to fight the next opponent, it is aptitude, rather than winning, that is evaluated to determine whether a candidate is promoted. This way even one who loses his or her match can become a Chunin as evidenced by Shikamaru's promotion while he surrendered to Temari in the finals.


Template:Nihongo are the elite ninja who are given A or S-rank missions.Template:Gnr Even as achieving Chunin demonstrates proficiency and skill, achieving Jonin is a sign of mastery as ninja of that rank are exceptional fighters who operate on a completely different level than their lower ranked counterparts. Because of this, they are given missions with high responsibility, some of which may be life-threatening or may determine the reputation of the village. It is not uncommon for them to do their missions alone. While Chunin are in charge of teaching academy students, Jonin are placed as mentors of three-man Genin teams.

There are also Template:Nihongo, who are specialized in a specific skill and, while less skilled than usual Jonin, are dangerous in battle. Special Jonin may specialize in interrogation (such as Ibiki Morino), intel-gathering (such as Aoba Yamashiro), or private instructor for elite ninja (such as Ebisu).


The Template:Nihongo is actually short for Template:Nihongo, and is an organization of assassination squads that serves directly under the village's leader. It is still unclear as to what requirements a shinobi must possess to be an Anbu operative. The Anbu wear porcelain animal masks in order to distinguish themselves from normal shinobi and to conceal their identities, and also have standard uniforms consisting of black and gray armor, arm guards, a signature spiral tattoo on their shoulder (Men: left shoulder. Women: right shoulder) and a Ninjatō strapped on their back. They know the layout of the human body in detail, and have developed several techniques to perform their duties, such as paralyzing the target. Anbu are considered the elite, and they perform high-ranked and dangerous missions. An Anbu may retire their duty to return to the life of Jonin, as in the case of Kakashi Hatake or Yuugao Uzuki. Within the Anbu of Kirigakure, and presumably other ninja villages, there exists a sub-group called Template:Nihongo, given the specific duty of hunting down rogue ninja, and destroying their bodies, so their village's secrets will not be revealed to foreign ninja.[8]

Similar organizations

Konoha is shown having three Anbu-like organizations, though they are separate from Anbu entirely. Template:Nihongo, or Military Police for short, is a unique organization in Konoha, though other villages may have similar organizations. The Second Hokage, Tobirama Senju founded the organization as a sign of trust with the Uchiha clan and thus, the symbol of the organization is that of the Uchiha clan family crest. The Military Police previously consisted of mostly Uchiha clan members, though now that Itachi and Obito have eliminated all but Sasuke this is no longer the case. The Military Police are in charge of law enforcement within the village, and their jurisdiction is virtually unlimited except in matters that are under the Hokage's direct control. There is also the Template:Nihongo, a task force created by the Fifth Hokage, Tsunade for the purpose of tracking down, attempting to capture, and, if necessary, eliminating Akatsuki members in the Land of Fire. This force consists of twenty four-man teams, making eighty shinobi in all.

Konoha Anbu are usually under the direct command of the Hokage, but several years before the start of the series there was an Anbu Training Department known as the Template:Nihongo. The Foundation was created and directly controlled by Danzo Shimura, who trained and conditioned children intensively from a very young age. This was done to completely eliminate emotions and enable its members to complete missions without being held back. The Foundation tends to go further in its belief that ninja must not show any emotion than most other ninja groups do, as they forbid any members to possess anything that may invoke emotion. It was implied that the department might have used methods similar to Kirigakure's graduation exam, including putting students against each other in fights to the death. Members of the Foundation do not have an official attire like that of a normal Anbu, as they are shown wearing a personalized attire with the single distinguishing feature being a grey, midriff-baring jacket with red straps on the shoulder. Instead of the Anbu tattoo, they have a cursed seal on their tongue which paralyzes them if they try to talk about Danzō as a means of secrecy. The tattoo later disappears after Danzo's death. The Foundation was officially disbanded before the start of the series, though they are still loyal and acting on Danzo's orders up until his death.

Medical ninja

Template:Nihongo are ninja who specialize in medical treatment and use medical-oriented jutsu to heal others. Examples include Tsunade, Shizune, Sakura Haruno, and Ino Yamanaka. Becoming a medic-nin requires excellent chakra control, because medic-nin use chakra to heal injuries. Aside from their medical training, their combat training consists mainly of taijutsu skills, with emphasis placed on evading enemy attacks, as the death of the medic-nin could result in the death of the team, though medical techniques can also be used offensively. On dangerous missions, a medic-nin will usually be sent along with the team, to increase the survival rate of that team. Due to the importance of their role in missions, medic-nin have unspoken rules created by the greatest medic-nin in the Ninja World, Tsunade, which basically restricts them from participating in direct battles unless they have mastered the Mitotic Regeneration: One Hundred Healings jutsu.


Template:Nihongo are the leaders of the five most powerful Hidden Villages and generally the most powerful ninja in their respective villages. These villages do not rule the country, but are equal to the government. The Kage stand equally with the rulers of their countries, oversee the activities of their villages, and are the leaders of ninja society. There may be exceptions, however, as a ninja may be the most powerful at the time of being installed as Kage, but may become less powerful upon aging, eventually being surpassed by a younger ninja. A Kage may retire and give the title to someone else; however, once granted, the title is held permanently, creating a situation where a village has two Kage at the same time, with only one of them actually active. Their elite status is also attributed to the tendency for most Kage to have family members who were previous Kage, or be personally taught by a former Kage or student of a former Kage, or some combination of these factors. The five Kage have different titles depending on their country.Template:Gnr Those titles are:

  • Template:Nihongo3 - Kage of Konohagakure. Tsunade was the Template:Nihongo and all of her predecessors have connections with her, with Hashirama Senju (First) and Tobirama Senju (Second) being her grandfather and granduncle respectively, Hiruzen Sarutobi (Third) being her former teacher, and Minato Namikaze (Fourth) being a student of her teammate, Jiraiya. Danzō Shimura once acted as Template:Nihongo in place for the comatose Tsunade.[9] After the Fourth Great Ninja War, having been considered after Danzo's death before she awakened from her coma, Kakashi Hatake succeeds Tsunade as the Template:Nihongo. In the epilogue of the series, Kakashi has retired his position to Naruto Uzumaki, who succeeds him as the Template:Nihongo.
  • Template:Nihongo3 - Kage of Sunagakure. Rasa, the Template:Nihongo, is the Kazekage at the beginning of the series, until his death right before Orochimaru's invasion of Konoha. His younger son, Gaara, succeeds him as the Template:Nihongo sometime during the interim between Part I and II.
  • Template:Nihongo3 - Kage of Kirigakure. For most of the series, Mei Terumī, the Template:Nihongo, takes the position, her immediate predecessor being the Three-Tails' Jinchūriki, Yagura (Fourth). Several years after the Fourth Great Ninja War, Mei succeeded by her bodyguard, Chōjūrō of the Seven Swordsmen of the Mist as the Template:Nihongo.
  • Template:Nihongo3 - Kage of Kumogakure. Upon taking the position, all Raikage forsake their name in favor of the title "Ay". The Template:Nihongo acts as Kumogakure's leader for most of the series, his father (Third) being his immediate predecessor. His bodyguard, Darui, succeeds him as the Template:Nihongo several years after the Fourth Great Ninja War.
  • Template:Nihongo3 - Kage of Iwagakure. For most of the series, Onoki, the Template:Nihongo, acts as Iwagakure's leader, his immediate predecessor being his former teacher, Mu (Second). He has been the longest reigning Kage and possibly the longest-living of them all, having lived since before the ninja village's founding. Several years after the Fourth Great Ninja War, Onoki is succeeded by his granddaughter Kurotsuchi as the Template:Nihongo.

The anime introduced a sixth Kage, the Template:Nihongo from Hoshigakure (Village Hidden in the Stars). However, this was a self-given title and not officially recognized by the five other villages.

Christopher Born argues that the Kage are idealised Confucian figures.[10]

Rogue Ninja

Template:AnchorTemplate:Nihongo are ninja, of any rank, who have abandoned their Hidden Village homes. The Akatsuki is an organization that houses said rogue ninja from every Hidden Village except the Hidden Cloud who are the main antagonists in the series of Naruto. These ninja are mainly considered traitors and are hunted down because of the secrets they may hold. There are exceptions to this however. For example, Jiraiya and Tsunade left Konoha but were not targeted because they were not committing criminal acts in the process; additionally, Sasuke Uchiha left Konoha yet was repeatedly pardoned for his crimes. Other Hidden Villages would be interested in purchasing this information because it could be useful in gaining an upper hand in battle or obtaining a bloodline limit unique to a village. Some villages (Kirigakure being the only known example) create special units of hunter-nin to take care of this problem, although it's unlikely that every Rogue Ninja has a team of hunter-nin sent after them. On most other occasions, a team of ordinary ninja will try to locate the Rogue Ninja with the intention of capturing him/her and bringing the ninja back to the village, where they will be tried for their crimes.



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  3. The four main levels are Academy student, Genin, Chunin, and Jounin.
  4. Kishimoto, Masashi (2007). Uzumaki: the Art of Naruto. Viz Media. p. 145. ISBN 1-4215-1407-9. 
  5. Shonen Jump #33 Volume 3, Issue 9 September 2005. Viz Media. p. 8. 
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  7. "NARUTO―ナルト―[秘伝・臨の書]" (in Japanese). Shueisha. Retrieved May 3, 2008. 
  8. Kishimoto, Masashi (2000). The Worst Client. Japan: Shueshia. pp. 384. ISBN 4088728785. 
  9. Kishimoto, Masashi (2009). NARUTO-ナルト-[秘伝・皆の書]オフィシャルファンBOOK. Shueisha. p. 116. ISBN 4-08-874834-4. 
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