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|image=Mountain Smash.png;The technique used in the manga.
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|image=Sando no Jutsu 2.png
Earth Release Sandwich Technique.png;The less-detailed anime version.
 
 
|kanji=土遁・山土の術
 
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|literal english=Earth Release: Mountainous Earth Technique
 
|literal english=Earth Release: Mountainous Earth Technique
 
|viz manga=Earth Style: Mountain Jutsu
 
|viz manga=Earth Style: Mountain Jutsu
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|game names=Earth Style: Sandwich Jutsu
 
|jutsu classification=Ninjutsu,
 
|jutsu classification=Ninjutsu,
 
|jutsu type=Earth Release,
 
|jutsu type=Earth Release,
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|jutsu media=Anime, Manga, Game
 
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The user creates two enormous rock formations that close in on the opponent from two opposing sides with tremendous force, smashing everything caught in between. Both of these formations are capable of dwarfing even the [[Demonic Statue of the Outer Path]] in size, and each one has the symbol of [[Iwagakure]] inscribed upon it. [[Kitsuchi]] stated that this was his strongest technique, standing as a testament to both this ability's destructive potential and its difficulty.
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The user creates two enormous rock formations that close in on the opponent from opposing sides with tremendous force, smashing everything caught in between. Both of these formations are capable of dwarfing even the [[Demonic Statue of the Outer Path]] in size, and each half has the symbol of [[Iwagakure]] inscribed upon it. [[Kitsuchi]] stated that this was his strongest technique, standing as a testament to both this ability's destructive potential and its difficulty.
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The anime shows that the technique can be used on a smaller scale against a group of few enemies.<ref name="ship320">''Naruto: Shippūden'' episode 320</ref>
   
 
== Trivia ==
 
== Trivia ==
 
* The word ''sando'' is a Japanese abbreviation for the English word ''sandwich''. The technique is written with the kanji for "mountain" and "earth", both pronounced with their onyomi, while they would usually be pronounced with their kunyomi as "yamatsuchi".
 
* The word ''sando'' is a Japanese abbreviation for the English word ''sandwich''. The technique is written with the kanji for "mountain" and "earth", both pronounced with their onyomi, while they would usually be pronounced with their kunyomi as "yamatsuchi".
* In the anime, the rock formations didn't have Iwagakure's symbol inscribed upon it.
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* In the anime, the rock formations initially didn't have any details like the Iwagakure symbol etched onto it. They were added in a later episode.
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== References ==
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<references/>
   
 
[[es:Elemento Tierra: Choque de Montañas]]
 
[[es:Elemento Tierra: Choque de Montañas]]

Latest revision as of 15:05, June 5, 2014

Earth Release: Sandwich Technique

Sando no Jutsu 2
Name
Kanji 土遁・山土の術
Rōmaji Doton: Sando no Jutsu
Literal English Earth Release: Mountainous Earth Technique
Viz manga Earth Style: Mountain Jutsu
Games Earth Style: Sandwich Jutsu
Debut
Manga Chapter #537
Anime Naruto Shippūden Episode #276
Game Naruto Shippūden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 3
Appears in Anime, Manga and Game
Data
Classification Ninjutsu
Type
Class Offensive
Range Long-range
Hand seals Tiger → Ram → Rat → Slam hands on the ground
Users

The user creates two enormous rock formations that close in on the opponent from opposing sides with tremendous force, smashing everything caught in between. Both of these formations are capable of dwarfing even the Demonic Statue of the Outer Path in size, and each half has the symbol of Iwagakure inscribed upon it. Kitsuchi stated that this was his strongest technique, standing as a testament to both this ability's destructive potential and its difficulty.

The anime shows that the technique can be used on a smaller scale against a group of few enemies.[1]

Trivia Edit

  • The word sando is a Japanese abbreviation for the English word sandwich. The technique is written with the kanji for "mountain" and "earth", both pronounced with their onyomi, while they would usually be pronounced with their kunyomi as "yamatsuchi".
  • In the anime, the rock formations initially didn't have any details like the Iwagakure symbol etched onto it. They were added in a later episode.

References Edit

  1. Naruto: Shippūden episode 320

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