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{{Infobox/Jutsu
 
{{Infobox/Jutsu
|image=Frog Smash!.png
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|image=Kawazu Tataki.png
 
|kanji=蛙たたき
 
|kanji=蛙たたき
 
|unnamed jutsu=No
 
|unnamed jutsu=No
 
|romaji=Kawazu Tataki
 
|romaji=Kawazu Tataki
 
|literal english=Frog Strike
 
|literal english=Frog Strike
|viz manga=Frog Smash
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|viz manga=Frog Slap
|parent jutsu=Frog Kata,
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|parent jutsu=Frog Kata
|jutsu classification=Senjutsu, Taijutsu,
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|jutsu classification=Senjutsu, Taijutsu
 
|jutsu class type=Offensive
 
|jutsu class type=Offensive
 
|jutsu range=Short
 
|jutsu range=Short
 
|users=Naruto Uzumaki
 
|users=Naruto Uzumaki
 
|debut manga=569
 
|debut manga=569
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|debut anime=328
 
|debut shippuden=Yes
 
|debut shippuden=Yes
|jutsu media=Manga
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|jutsu media=Anime, Manga
 
}}
 
}}
 
While performing the [[Frog Kata]], Naruto delivers a powerful open-handed strike, sending ripples of [[natural energy]] that emanate through the struck target from the initial point of contact.<ref>''Naruto'' chapter 570, page 1</ref>
 
While performing the [[Frog Kata]], Naruto delivers a powerful open-handed strike, sending ripples of [[natural energy]] that emanate through the struck target from the initial point of contact.<ref>''Naruto'' chapter 570, page 1</ref>
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== References ==
 
== References ==
 
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Latest revision as of 12:44, August 29, 2013

Frog Strike

Kawazu Tataki
Name
Kanji 蛙たたき
Rōmaji Kawazu Tataki
Literal English Frog Strike
Viz manga Frog Slap
Debut
Manga Chapter #569
Anime Naruto Shippūden Episode #328
Appears in Anime and Manga
Data
Classification Senjutsu, Taijutsu
Class Offensive
Range Short-range
Other jutsu
Parent jutsu
Users

While performing the Frog Kata, Naruto delivers a powerful open-handed strike, sending ripples of natural energy that emanate through the struck target from the initial point of contact.[1]

Trivia Edit

  • Tataki (たたき, "pounded" or "hit into pieces") is a manner of preparing fish or meat in Japanese cuisine, which gets its name from the ginger seasoning used, being either ground or pounded into a paste.

References Edit

  1. Naruto chapter 570, page 1

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