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[[File:The Sacred Oil Fountain And The Status Surrounding It.PNG|thumb|left|The Sacred Oil Fountain and all the statues surrounding it.]]
 
[[File:The Sacred Oil Fountain And The Status Surrounding It.PNG|thumb|left|The Sacred Oil Fountain and all the statues surrounding it.]]
 
[[File:Myōbokuzan_Portal.png|thumb|The portal allowing quick access to Konohagakure.]]
 
[[File:Myōbokuzan_Portal.png|thumb|The portal allowing quick access to Konohagakure.]]
For a human to get to Mount Myōboku, it either takes a month long travel on secret paths from [[Konohagakure]] or, if they have a summoning contract, they can let a toad use the [[Reverse Summoning Technique]]. According to Fukasaku, Mount Myōboku is impossible to find by foot if you don't know the secret route.<ref>''Naruto'' chapter 409, page 04</ref> In the anime, Jiraiya was transported to Mount Myōboku in his youth via using the summoning technique without a contract.<ref>''Naruto: Shippūden'' Episode 127</ref> There is special puddle that links Myōbokuzan and Konohagakure, that enables the smaller toads to quickly travel between the two without the use of the summoning technique.<ref>''Naruto'' chapter 429, page 9</ref>
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For a human to get to Mount Myōboku, it either takes a month long travel on secret paths from [[Konohagakure]] or, if they have a summoning contract, they can let a toad use the [[Reverse Summoning Technique]]. According to Fukasaku, Mount Myōboku is impossible to find by foot if you don't know the secret route.<ref>''Naruto'' chapter 409, page 04</ref> In the anime, Jiraiya was transported to Mount Myōboku in his youth via using the summoning technique without a contract.<ref>''Naruto: Shippūden'' Episode 127</ref> There is special portal called the {{translation|Distance Teleporting Pool}} that links Myōbokuzan and Konohagakure, that enables the smaller toads to quickly travel between the two without the use of the summoning technique.<ref>''Naruto'' chapter 429, page 9</ref>
   
 
Some of the inhabitants of Mount Myōboku can use [[senjutsu]], to gather natural energy. There is a sacred fountain on Mount Myōboku produces a special oil that allows people to more easily feel the natural energy around them, but if the person is not perfectly still becoming one with nature, he or she starts becoming a toad and eventually turns into stone. This oil can only exist in the atmosphere of the mountain, and will evaporate if taken outside. There are many statues of the frog ancestors and of people who tried to learn senjutsu, but failed and become statues. The statues are treated with much respect. On Mount Myōboku exists a score of musical genjutsu that have passed down since an immemorable time. Of which is one [[Demonic Illusion: Toad Confrontation Singing|genjutsu]] that only the two great sage toads have mastered. These genjutsu are very powerful and can only be performed by combining the melody and the lyrics that only the toads can utter.<ref>''Naruto'' Third Databook page 303</ref>
 
Some of the inhabitants of Mount Myōboku can use [[senjutsu]], to gather natural energy. There is a sacred fountain on Mount Myōboku produces a special oil that allows people to more easily feel the natural energy around them, but if the person is not perfectly still becoming one with nature, he or she starts becoming a toad and eventually turns into stone. This oil can only exist in the atmosphere of the mountain, and will evaporate if taken outside. There are many statues of the frog ancestors and of people who tried to learn senjutsu, but failed and become statues. The statues are treated with much respect. On Mount Myōboku exists a score of musical genjutsu that have passed down since an immemorable time. Of which is one [[Demonic Illusion: Toad Confrontation Singing|genjutsu]] that only the two great sage toads have mastered. These genjutsu are very powerful and can only be performed by combining the melody and the lyrics that only the toads can utter.<ref>''Naruto'' Third Databook page 303</ref>

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Myōbokuzan
Mount Myōboku.

Mount Myōboku (妙木山, Myōbokuzan; English TV "Mount Myoboku"; Literally meaning "Mysterious/Exquisite Tree Mountain") is the land of toads, the place where all the toads that Naruto, Minato and Jiraiya have summoned live. It is home for huge and small toads alike. Mount Myōboku is a rich and beautiful land, whose ultimate authority seems to be the Great Toad Sage. Shima and Fukasaku are both elders and sages, and they seem to have an even higher authority than Gamabunta himself.

The Sacred Oil Fountain And The Status Surrounding It
The Sacred Oil Fountain and all the statues surrounding it.
Myōbokuzan Portal
The portal allowing quick access to Konohagakure.

For a human to get to Mount Myōboku, it either takes a month long travel on secret paths from Konohagakure or, if they have a summoning contract, they can let a toad use the Reverse Summoning Technique. According to Fukasaku, Mount Myōboku is impossible to find by foot if you don't know the secret route.[1] In the anime, Jiraiya was transported to Mount Myōboku in his youth via using the summoning technique without a contract.[2] There is special portal called the Distance Teleporting Pool that links Myōbokuzan and Konohagakure, that enables the smaller toads to quickly travel between the two without the use of the summoning technique.[3]

Some of the inhabitants of Mount Myōboku can use senjutsu, to gather natural energy. There is a sacred fountain on Mount Myōboku produces a special oil that allows people to more easily feel the natural energy around them, but if the person is not perfectly still becoming one with nature, he or she starts becoming a toad and eventually turns into stone. This oil can only exist in the atmosphere of the mountain, and will evaporate if taken outside. There are many statues of the frog ancestors and of people who tried to learn senjutsu, but failed and become statues. The statues are treated with much respect. On Mount Myōboku exists a score of musical genjutsu that have passed down since an immemorable time. Of which is one genjutsu that only the two great sage toads have mastered. These genjutsu are very powerful and can only be performed by combining the melody and the lyrics that only the toads can utter.[4]

There is a special location known as Mount Myōboku: Rock Lodging (妙木山・岩宿, Myōbokuzan: Iwayado), where a great, fire-breathing toad resides.

Mount Myōboku has records of its population in a list, and the name of a Mount Myōboku toad stays there until it dies.

References

  1. Naruto chapter 409, page 04
  2. Naruto: Shippūden Episode 127
  3. Naruto chapter 429, page 9
  4. Naruto Third Databook page 303

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