|Anime||Naruto Episode #17|
|Novel||Kakashi Hiden: Lightning in the Icy Sky|
|Movie||Road to Ninja: Naruto the Movie|
|Game||Naruto: Ultimate Ninja|
|Appears in||Anime, Manga, Novel, Game, Movie|
He has tan-coloured fur with brown highlights on his long ears and legs. He has the kanji for "shinobi" (忍) in the middle of his forehead and has dark, circular markings around his eyes. He wears the standard outfit of Kakashi's ninken which consists of a blue vest with the henohenomoheji seal and a Konoha forehead protector around his neck.
Bisuke possesses heightened senses with which he can use to track his target with ease. He has also demonstrated the ability to track his target underground through the use of the Summoning: Earth Release: Tracking Fang Technique as well as hold a target down, allowing Kakashi to attack them freely. He also has has exceptional teamwork with the rest of his pack, able to develop and effectively use several offensive and defensive formations in battle which make use of the manoeuvrability and powerful limbs.
Prologue — Land of Waves
Kakashi called on Bisuke and the ninken pack to track and capture Zabuza Momochi. They managed to bite onto the missing-nin and pin him in place. This allowed Kakashi to use Lightning Cutter without fear of a counter attack.
Sasuke Recovery Mission
Sunagakure Support Mission
In the anime, he along with the other ninken were summoned by Kakashi to investigate the Takumi Village.
Kazekage Rescue Mission
Itachi Pursuit Mission
Past Arc: The Locus of Konoha
Main article: Past Arc: The Locus of Konoha
Five Kage Summit
In the anime, Bisuke was seen along with Urushi, Shiba, Akino and Ūhei being deployed by Kakashi each carrying scrolls with intel for the other hidden villages.
Paradise Life on a Boat
Main article: Paradise Life on a Boat
Kakashi Hiden: Lightning in the Icy Sky
Main article: Kakashi Hiden: Lightning in the Icy Sky Bisuke makes an appearance in this novel.
In Other Media
Road to Ninja: Naruto the Movie
Main article: Road to Ninja: Naruto the Movie
- Bisuke (ビスケ) doesn't directly mean biscuit, which is bisuketto (ビスケット) in Japanese. Bisuke is actually the Japanese word for bisque.
- ↑ Naruto: Shippūden episode 352