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|romaji=Sawarabi no Mai
|romaji=Sawarabi no Mai
|literal english=Dance of the Seedling Fern
|literal english=Dance of the Seedling Fern
|english tv=Bracken Dance
|english tv=Macabre Bone Pulse: Bracken Dance
|viz manga=Macabre Bone Pulse: Bracken Dance
|viz manga=Bracken Dance
|jutsu classification=Kekkei Genkai~Shikotsumyaku, Ninjutsu
|jutsu classification=Kekkei Genkai~Shikotsumyaku, Ninjutsu
|jutsu class type=Offensive
|jutsu class type=Offensive

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Dance of the Seedling Fern [1]
Kanji 早蕨の舞
Rōmaji Sawarabi no Mai
Literal English Dance of the Seedling Fern
Viz print media Bracken Dance
English anime Macabre Bone Pulse: Bracken Dance
Manga Volume #24, Chapter #217
Anime Naruto Episode #127
Appears in Anime, Manga
Classification Shikotsumyaku Symbol Kekkei Genkai, Ninjutsu
Class Offensive
Range All ranges

The last of Kimimaro's five dances. Countless bones rise from underground, which can be as many as thousands, up to the tens of thousands. The blades of bone indiscriminately slaughter whoever stands on the ground's surface. Furthermore, if this fails to bring down his foe, Kimimaro can become one with the bones, which in turn can allow him to attack an enemy unnoticed.


  • Out of all the techniques shown through the Shikotsumyaku abilities, this dance is the only one that is ninjutsu, rather than a taijutsu.
  • After injecting himself with Kimimaro's DNA, Kabuto Yakushi gained the ability to use this technique through a doppelgänger of Kimimaro which emerges from the base of his navel snake.[2]


  1. Second Databook, page 227
  2. Naruto chapter 585, page 6

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