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== Trivia ==
== Trivia ==
* Her name, meaning "peafowl" comes from [[Wikipedia:Vermilion Bird|Suzaku]], the Vermilion Bird of the South.
* Her name, meaning "peafowl" comes from [[Wikipedia:Vermilion Bird|Suzaku]], the Vermilion Bird of the South.

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Please note that this is the Narutopedia's article on the Takumi Village kunoichi. If you are looking for the article on the ninjutsu used by Hoshigakure-nin then you should head to Mysterious Peacock Method.
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(孔雀, Kujaku)
Anime Naruto Episode #216
Appears in Anime only
Voice Actors
Gender Gender Female Female
Status Deceased
Nature Type


Kujaku (孔雀, Kujaku) was the only female member of the Four Celestial Symbols Men.


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Kujaku used two special swords called the Weaknessless Soaring Shortswords. With them, she could freely control and transform the wind, resulting in the use of powerful Wind Release techniques with the minimal cost of chakra. She was able to neutralise and revert all the attacks of Temari with an amazing facility. Kujaku most likely would have killed Temari, if Shikamaru didn't save her.

Part I

Ultimate Weapon Arc

She was one of the ones responsible for the abduction of Gaara's student, Matsuri. While Gaara's team was giving chase, Kujaku ambushed them, and started battle with Temari. Kujaku had the advantage and would have killed Temari, if it weren't for Shikamaru and Ino. Kujaku, still with the lead, wasn't giving Shikamaru any time for strategies. Temari fired a cyclone of wind at Kujaku but missed on purpose. Kujaku laughed it out, but before she could make her next move, she was bound in place with Shikamaru's Shadow Imitation Technique, Temari's earlier attack having been done to increase his range. Temari then launched her Summoning: Quick Beheading Dance against Kujaku, tossing her up in the air and cutting her. Kujaku's corpse then fell in the water and was swept away.


  • Her name, meaning "peafowl" comes from Suzaku, the Vermilion Bird of the South.

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