Flower–Fruit Mountain

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Flower–Fruit Mountain

Kanji 花果山
Rōmaji Kakazan
Literal English Flower–Fruit Mountain
Viz manga Floral Mountain
Games Huaguo Mountain
Manga Chapter #566
Anime Naruto Shippūden Episode #121
Game Naruto Shippūden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 3
Appears in Anime, Manga and Game
Classification Ninjutsu, Tailed Beast Skill
Class Offensive
Range All ranges

While in his transformed state, the user creates a small volcano that explodes violently, sending molten rock flying up in all directions like a giant flower. The heat of the lava is enough to burn tailed beasts as strong as Gyūki.


  • The summit of the Mountain of Flowers and Fruits (花果山, Ja: Kakazan, Ch: Huāguǒshān) is the birthplace of Sūn Wùkōng, the main character of the Chinese novel Journey to the West. The mountain is located on a volcanic island. The Four-Tails, of course, is based on Sūn Wùkōng and the Dragon Ball series, which in turn is also based on Journey to the West.
  • When written as 火山, kazan means 'volcano'. Then, if you substitute 果 with 火, you get fireworks (花火, hanabi). 果 is also the Japanese for the Phala.
  • In an anime exclusive sequence, Rōshi, while offscreen, used what appears to be this technique just before being defeated by Kisame, the lava and Kisame's Water Release seen clashing.
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