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Konoha's Cemetery

The cemetery.

Konoha's cemetery is the place where the citizens of the village are buried after dying. The cemetery has also a sculpture at the front, representing the Will of Fire of the village. The sculpture has the kanji for Hokage (火影, Literally meaning: Fire Shadow) inscribed on its base.

As seen during the anime, the cemetery maintenance is often the Academy students' responsibility, which includes cleaning and placing fresh flowers on the graves. The anime also showed that the cemetery is situated around the village, presumably in the outskirts.[1] Kabuto Yakushi defiled the graves to collects DNA from the remains of the most famous shinobi of Konoha buried in this cemetery.[1][2]


  • 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 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.[3] Though this seems to be inconsistent with Hayate Gekkō's name inscribed in the stone as well.


  1. 1.0 1.1 Naruto: Shippūden episode 290
  2. Naruto: Shippūden episode 316
  3. Naruto chapter 607, page 6

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