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|romaji=Rokkaku Suishō
 
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|literal english=Hexagonal Crystal
 
|literal english=Hexagonal Crystal
|users=Sōsetsu Kazahana, Koyuki Kazahana, Dotō Kazahana
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|users=Dotō Kazahana, Koyuki Kazahana, Sōsetsu Kazahana
 
|debut shippuden=No
 
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This crystal was given to Koyuki by her father as a child. Though she lost faith in her father's beliefs, she still kept the crystal with her. It was later revealed to be the key to a generator to turn the [[Land of Snow]] into the Land of Spring.
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This {{translation|'''Hexagonal Crystal'''|六角水晶|Rokkaku Suishō}} was given to Koyuki Kazahana by her father as a child.
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== Appearance ==
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As its name implies, it is a hexagonal, purple crystalline stick with indent at the bottom, while the top has a key-hook with a string, making it a necklace.
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== History ==
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Though Koyuki lost faith in her father's beliefs, she still kept the crystal with her. It was later revealed to be the key to a generator to turn the [[Land of Snow]] into the Land of Spring. Kakashi had replaced it with a fake key, but Dotō found out the duplicity, and managed to procure the real one. Dotō incorrectly believed that it leads to a great treasure, and sought to take the key for himself, only to be infuriated when he saw the generator.
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[[es:Cristal Hexagonal]]

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Hexagonal Crystal
Hexagonal Crystal
Name
Kanji 六角水晶
Rōmaji Rokkaku Suishō
Literal English Hexagonal Crystal
Debut
Movie Naruto the Movie: Ninja Clash in the Land of Snow
Appears in Movie
Data
Wielder

This Hexagonal Crystal (六角水晶, Rokkaku Suishō) was given to Koyuki Kazahana by her father as a child.

Appearance Edit

As its name implies, it is a hexagonal, purple crystalline stick with indent at the bottom, while the top has a key-hook with a string, making it a necklace.

History Edit

Though Koyuki lost faith in her father's beliefs, she still kept the crystal with her. It was later revealed to be the key to a generator to turn the Land of Snow into the Land of Spring. Kakashi had replaced it with a fake key, but Dotō found out the duplicity, and managed to procure the real one. Dotō incorrectly believed that it leads to a great treasure, and sought to take the key for himself, only to be infuriated when he saw the generator.

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