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The daimyō of the Five Great Shinobi Countries.

A daimyō (大名, daimyō, English TV: Feudal Lord, Literally meaning: Great Name) is the political leader of a country. A daimyō is responsible for all decisions concerning their country, from alliances to the annual budget to the privileges allowed to the country's hidden village. Daimyō are therefore one of the single most important individuals in the entire country and hold the highest degree of political power, such that they are given special protection by the Allied Shinobi Forces during the Fourth Shinobi World War.

In appointing a new Kage for their nation's respective hidden village, the final decision also rests within the daimyō's authority. As in the case of Konohagakure, the daimyō is advised by his committee, the Konoha Council, the Jōnin Commander and a representative of the Anbu during this selection.[1] However, his decision must then be accepted by all the jōnin.

Daimyō frequently attend the final round matches of the Chūnin Exams, either to bet on the fights or to seek out up-and-coming talent. In Shikamaru Hiden, daimyō are noted to always reside in their country's capital city, constantly waited upon by numerous attendants and advisers who, themselves, tend to be overbearing and arrogant to the general population. Gengo blames daimyō for the world's many conflicts, as daimyō tend to squabble between themselves that they then send shinobi to sort out. Because the daimyō don't personally involve themselves in these wars, they never truly appreciate the horrors of battle and thus inevitably get into some other petty conflict at some future date.


  1. Chapter 450, pages 13-16

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