Longsword Ninja Art: Earth Spider Sewing
|Rōmaji||Chōtō Ninpō: Jigumo Nui|
|Literal English||Longsword Ninja Art: Earth Spider Sewing|
|English TV||Longsword Ninja Art: Stitching Spider|
|Anime||Naruto Shippūden Episode #288|
|Appears in||Anime only|
Using the Nuibari, the user buries the sword's attached razor sharp wire string underground. Once a person stumbles into the area, they pull the string to trap their feet in a formation of wire, cutting them off. The power and force behind the wires can be controlled by the user by applying additional strength.
- The Atypus karschi spider, known in Japan as "Jigumo" (地蜘蛛, Jigumo; Literally meaning "Earth Spider"), hunts with an unusual tube-shaped web, which is partially hidden underground. When a prey lands on it, the spider bites through the silk.