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The '''Bingo Book''' is a book that contains any and all information on every [[missing-nin]], which all [[jōnin]] and members of [[ANBU]] of the major [[shinobi]] villages are given by their respective [[Kage]] to hunt down and assassinate. The purpose of this is so that the village's secrets and/or [[kekkei genkai]] aren't stolen or examined by the enemy. [[Kirigakure]] has a special unit within their ANBU called [[hunter-nin]], whose sole purpose is the complete eradication of these missing-nin.
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{{translation|'''Bingo Books'''|手配書|Bingo-Bukku}} are black books used by ninja that contain any and all information on black-listed ninja they are to target. There are multiple versions of the Bingo Books, the most common being those based from the Hidden Villages.
   
There are many versions of the Bingo Book besides those distributed in the shinobi villages. [[Akatsuki]] used Bingo Books that instead of listing missing-nin, provided information on the hosts of [[tailed beasts]] (which must be captured alive) and those shinobi that are known as the most powerful assets to a certain village. [[Kakuzu]] made use of this addition to track down shinobi in the hopes of gaining their bounties, such as when he attempted to kill [[Asuma]] for his 35 million [[ryō]] bounty.
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== Purpose ==
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Normally, Bingo Book entries are compiled by a village's high ranking officials, usually the [[Kage]], that are then distributed to its [[jōnin]] and [[Anbu]] members. Those listed are typically dangerous ninja from rival villages, [[missing-nin]], or potential security threats that are to be eliminated given the opportunity. A unit of Anbu from [[Kirigakure]], the [[hunter-nin]], have the sole purpose of eradicating missing-nin so that no physical trace of their quarry remains.
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The [[Akatsuki]], on the other hand, use their Bingo Book for the more sinister purpose of listing their [[jinchūriki]] targets and certain ninja from the villages who have potential use to them. In [[Kakuzu]]'s case, he lists his Bingo Book with information on various ninja with large bounties on their heads so that he can claim the bounty on them.
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==Known entries==
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;[[Konohagakure]]
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*[[Unmo Samidare]]
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*[[Sasuke Uchiha]]
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*[[Kiyomu Fukuda]] <sup>(anime only)</sup>
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*[[Tenzen]] <sup>(''[[Sakura Hiden]]'')</sup>
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*[[Genba]] <sup>(''[[Sakura Hiden]]'')</sup>
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*[[Baraki]] <sup>(''[[Sakura Hiden]]'')</sup>
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;[[Kirigakure]]
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*[[Kakashi Hatake]]
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*[[Utakata]] <sup>(anime only)</sup>
   
 
== Trivia ==
 
== Trivia ==
 
* Although the word for Bingo Book is written in kanji "手配書", it is pronounced the same as in English "Bingo Book". The Japanese pronunciation of the kanji would be "tehaisho", which would literally translate to "book of search instruction", as in the instruction and protocols used for police searches and arrests.
 
* Although the word for Bingo Book is written in kanji "手配書", it is pronounced the same as in English "Bingo Book". The Japanese pronunciation of the kanji would be "tehaisho", which would literally translate to "book of search instruction", as in the instruction and protocols used for police searches and arrests.
* According to [[Kabuto]], his own bounty within the Bingo Book pales in comparison to [[Sasuke]]'s or [[Orochimaru]]'s.<ref>''Naruto'' chapter 579, page 10</ref>
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* According to [[Kabuto]], his own bounty within the Bingo Book pales in comparison to [[Sasuke]]'s or [[Orochimaru]]'s.<ref>Chapter 579, page 10</ref>
   
 
== References ==
 
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Latest revision as of 11:59, July 16, 2015

Bingo Book
  • The book.
  • Inside the book.
Name
Kanji 手配書
Rōmaji Bingo-Bukku
Literal English Book of Search Instruction
English TV Bingo Book
Debut
Manga Chapter #302
Anime Naruto Shippūden Episode #47
Novel Sakura Hiden: Thoughts of Love, Riding Upon a Spring Breeze
Appears in Anime, Manga, Novel

Bingo Books (手配書, Bingo-Bukku) are black books used by ninja that contain any and all information on black-listed ninja they are to target. There are multiple versions of the Bingo Books, the most common being those based from the Hidden Villages.

Purpose Edit

Normally, Bingo Book entries are compiled by a village's high ranking officials, usually the Kage, that are then distributed to its jōnin and Anbu members. Those listed are typically dangerous ninja from rival villages, missing-nin, or potential security threats that are to be eliminated given the opportunity. A unit of Anbu from Kirigakure, the hunter-nin, have the sole purpose of eradicating missing-nin so that no physical trace of their quarry remains.

The Akatsuki, on the other hand, use their Bingo Book for the more sinister purpose of listing their jinchūriki targets and certain ninja from the villages who have potential use to them. In Kakuzu's case, he lists his Bingo Book with information on various ninja with large bounties on their heads so that he can claim the bounty on them.

Known entriesEdit

Konohagakure
Kirigakure

Trivia Edit

  • Although the word for Bingo Book is written in kanji "手配書", it is pronounced the same as in English "Bingo Book". The Japanese pronunciation of the kanji would be "tehaisho", which would literally translate to "book of search instruction", as in the instruction and protocols used for police searches and arrests.
  • According to Kabuto, his own bounty within the Bingo Book pales in comparison to Sasuke's or Orochimaru's.[1]

References Edit

  1. Chapter 579, page 10
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