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{{translation|'''Goshiki'''|ゴシキ|Goshiki}} is a tour guide at [[Tanzaku Castle]]. He flees the scene when [[Orochimaru]] destroys the castle.
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{{translation|'''Goshiki'''|ゴシキ|Goshiki}} is a tour guide at [[Tanzaku Castle]].
   
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== Appearance ==
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Goshiki has short spiky brown hair and black eyes. He wears a green long-sleeved shirt and a light green-coloured collared shirt underneath it.
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== Part I ==
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=== Search for Tsunade ===
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Goshiki is seen fleeing the seen after [[Orochimaru]] attacks and destroys Tanzaku Castle. He warns [[Naruto]] and [[Jiraya]] about what happened.
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== Trivia ==
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* {{translation|"Goshiki"|五色}} describes "five colours" as a group, for example the colours of the Chinese [[wikipedia:Wu Xing|Five Elements]] (white, black, red, green, yellow), the colours of the rings of the [[wikipedia:Olympic Games|Olympic Games]] (blue, yellow, black, green, red) or the five principal hues of the [[wikipedia:Munsell color system|Munsell color system]] (red, yellow, green, blue, purple).
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Goshiki
ゴシキ Goshiki
Debut
Manga Volume #18, Naruto Chapter #157
Anime Naruto Episode #90
Appears in Anime, Manga
Personal
Gender Gender Male Male
Age
  • Part I: 37
Occupation
  • Tanzaku Castle guide
Affiliation

Goshiki (ゴシキ, Goshiki) is a tour guide at Tanzaku Castle.

Appearance Edit

Goshiki has short spiky brown hair and black eyes. He wears a green long-sleeved shirt and a light green-coloured collared shirt underneath it.

Part I Edit

Search for Tsunade Edit

Goshiki is seen fleeing the seen after Orochimaru attacks and destroys Tanzaku Castle. He warns Naruto and Jiraya about what happened.

Trivia Edit

  • "Goshiki" (五色) describes "five colours" as a group, for example the colours of the Chinese Five Elements (white, black, red, green, yellow), the colours of the rings of the Olympic Games (blue, yellow, black, green, red) or the five principal hues of the Munsell color system (red, yellow, green, blue, purple).

References Edit

  1. Second Databook, page 171

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