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Earth Release Barrier: Earth Prison Dome of Magnificent Nothingness [1]
  • The technique being used.
  • The technique's structure.
Kanji 土遁結界・土牢堂無
Rōmaji Doton Kekkai: Dorō Dōmu
Literal English Earth Release Barrier: Earth Prison of Magnificent Nothingness
English TV Earth Style Barrier: Earth Dome Prison
Manga Chapter #186
Anime Naruto Episode #112
Game Naruto: Ultimate Ninja 3
Appears in Anime, Manga, Game
Classification Ninjutsu, Chakra Absorption Techniques, Barrier Ninjutsu
Rank B-rank
Class Offensive, Supplementary
Range Short to Mid range
Hand seals Slam hands on ground

This technique traps the victims inside a self-repairing dome of earth which is almost instantaneously able to reform, even after Kiba hit it with his Passing Fang. Jirōbō was able to absorb the chakra of anyone trapped inside, something he enjoyed greatly. However, Jirōbō's chakra was not evenly distributed throughout the dome. Near the back, relative to him, his chakra was much weaker, making the dome weaker in that spot.

Trivia Edit

  • The name of this technique shows a clever use of language. Dorō (土牢) means "Earth Prison." However, the usual pronunciation of these kanji is "tsuchirō," meaning "dungeon." Likewise, dōmu (堂無) is written with the kanji for "Magnificent Nothingness," but, when written in katakana (ドーム), it means "dome."

References Edit

  1. Second Databook, page 262

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