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The '''[[Konoha]] Cemetery''' is the place where the citizens of the village are buried after dying. Many famous shinobi, such as [[Hiruzen]] and [[Asuma Sarutobi]], are buried there. The cemetery has also a sculpture at the front, representing the [[Will of Fire]] of the village. The sculpture has the kanji for {{translation|'''Hokage'''|火影|lit meaning=Fire Shadow}} inscribed on its base.
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'''Konoha Cemetery''' is where citizens of the [[Konohagakure|village]] are buried and is located at its outskirts.<ref name="ship290">''Naruto: Shippūden'' episode 290</ref> The cemetery has a sculpture at the front, representing the [[Will of Fire]] of the village, and has the kanji for {{translation|'''Hokage'''|火影|lit meaning=Fire Shadow}} inscribed on its base.
   
As seen during the anime, the cemetery maintenance is often the [[academy student]]'s responsibility, which includes cleaning and placing fresh flowers on the graves.
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In the anime, [[Academy student]]s are shown performing cemetery maintenance, such as gravestone cleaning and replacement of flowers.<ref name="ship290"/> [[Kabuto Yakushi]], on the other hand, defiled the graves of several famous Konoha shinobi so that he could perform [[Summoning: Impure World Reincarnation]].<ref name="ship316">''Naruto: Shippūden'' episode 316</ref>
   
The anime also showed that the cemetery is situated around the village, presumably in the outskirts.<ref name="ship290">''Naruto: Shippūden'' episode 290</ref>
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== Known Graves ==
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* [[Asuma Sarutobi]]<ref>Chapter 330</ref>
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* [[Orochimaru]]'s parents<ref>Chapter 344</ref>
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* [[Rin Nohara]]<ref>Chapter 607</ref>
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* [[Dan Katō]]<ref name="ship316"/>
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* [[Hayate Gekkō]]<ref name="ship316"/>
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* {{translation|Jōta Mishina|三品ジョウタ|Mishina Jōta}}<ref name="ship316"/>
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* {{translation|Sukezō Yamagi|山木助三|Yamagi Sukezō}}<ref name="ship316"/>
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* [[Neji Hyūga]]<ref>Chapter 699</ref>
   
[[Kabuto]] assaulted the graves to collects pieces of the remains of the most famous shinobis of Konoha buried in this cemetery.<ref name="ship290"/>
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== See Also ==
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* [[Memorial Stone]]
== Trivia ==
 
* [[Shikamaru Nara]] regularly goes to the cemetery to visit Asuma's grave. It was on one of these occasions that he informed [[Kurenai Yūhi]] of his intention of being there for her, as well as becoming [[Kurenai Yūhi's Child|Asuma's child]]'s teacher in the future.
 
* As [[Rin Nohara]] has a gravestone here but not [[Obito Uchiha]], whose "grave" is instead inscribed on the [[Memorial Stone]], this cemetery is only reserved for citizens whose bodies are retrieved for burial, while the said stone is for those missing in action.<ref>''Naruto'' chapter 607, page 6</ref>
 
   
 
== References ==
 
== References ==
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Latest revision as of 23:23, November 6, 2014

Konoha's Cemetery

The cemetery.

Konoha Cemetery is where citizens of the village are buried and is located at its outskirts.[1] The cemetery has a sculpture at the front, representing the Will of Fire of the village, and has the kanji for Hokage (火影; Literally meaning "Fire Shadow") inscribed on its base.

In the anime, Academy students are shown performing cemetery maintenance, such as gravestone cleaning and replacement of flowers.[1] Kabuto Yakushi, on the other hand, defiled the graves of several famous Konoha shinobi so that he could perform Summoning: Impure World Reincarnation.[2]

Known Graves Edit

See Also Edit

References Edit

  1. 1.0 1.1 Naruto: Shippūden episode 290
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 Naruto: Shippūden episode 316
  3. Chapter 330
  4. Chapter 344
  5. Chapter 607
  6. Chapter 699

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