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Using the enhanced strength granted by his [[Steam Armour]], Han delves a powerful punch to his opponent, sending them flying into the air. He then jumps after them and [[Han's Jinchūriki Forms#Full Five-Tails Form|transforms into Kokuō]], smashing the opponent under his hoof so strongly that he ruptures the ground and generates a fiery shock-wave.
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Using the enhanced strength granted by his [[Steam Armour]], Han delves a powerful punch to his opponent, sending them flying into the air. He then jumps after them and [[Tailed Beast Mode|transforms into Kokuō]], headbutts them, and smashes the opponent under his hoof so strongly that he ruptures the ground and generates a fiery shock-wave.
   
 
== Trivia ==
 
== Trivia ==
 
* {{translation|Gozan|五山}} refers to the {{translation|Five Mountains and Ten Monasteries System|五山十刹制度|Gozan Jissetsu Seido}}, which describes Zen Buddhist temples and monasteries built on isolated mountains. Though the practice originated in India, the Five Mountains system was adapted by Japan with two sets of five built in Kyoto and Kamakura during the 12th century.
 
* {{translation|Gozan|五山}} refers to the {{translation|Five Mountains and Ten Monasteries System|五山十刹制度|Gozan Jissetsu Seido}}, which describes Zen Buddhist temples and monasteries built on isolated mountains. Though the practice originated in India, the Five Mountains system was adapted by Japan with two sets of five built in Kyoto and Kamakura during the 12th century.
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[[es:Salto de las Cinco Montañas]]

Latest revision as of 21:47, November 8, 2014

Five-Mountain Jump

Name
Kanji 五山跳び
Rōmaji Gozan Tobi
Literal English Five-Mountain Jump
Debut
Game Naruto Shippūden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 3
Appears in Game only
Data
Classification Nature Icon Boil Kekkei Genkai, Ninjutsu, Taijutsu
Type
Class Offensive
Range Short-range
Other jutsu
Parent jutsu
Users

Using the enhanced strength granted by his Steam Armour, Han delves a powerful punch to his opponent, sending them flying into the air. He then jumps after them and transforms into Kokuō, headbutts them, and smashes the opponent under his hoof so strongly that he ruptures the ground and generates a fiery shock-wave.

Trivia Edit

  • Gozan (五山) refers to the Five Mountains and Ten Monasteries System (五山十刹制度, Gozan Jissetsu Seido), which describes Zen Buddhist temples and monasteries built on isolated mountains. Though the practice originated in India, the Five Mountains system was adapted by Japan with two sets of five built in Kyoto and Kamakura during the 12th century.

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