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|romaji=Sōfūshasan no Tachi
|romaji=Sōfūshasan no Tachi
|literal english=Manipulating Windmill Triple Blades
|literal english=Manipulating Windmill Triple Blades
|english tv=Windmill Triple Attack
|english tv=Sharingan Windmill Triple Attack
|parent jutsu=Manipulated Shuriken Technique
|parent jutsu=Manipulated Shuriken Technique
|jutsu rank=C
|jutsu rank=C

Revision as of 19:41, November 1, 2013

Manipulating Windmill Triple Blades [1]
Kanji 操風車三ノ大刀
Rōmaji Sōfūshasan no Tachi
English anime Sharingan Windmill Triple Attack
Manga Volume #6, Chapter #49
Anime Naruto Episode #30
Game Naruto: Ultimate Ninja
Appears in Anime, Manga, Game
Classification Ninjutsu, Shurikenjutsu
Rank C-rank
Class Offensive
Range Mid-range
Other jutsu
Parent jutsu

The user first attaches strings beforehand onto the tossed shuriken and the kunai thrown after it, then one shuriken is pulled back using a tree as an axis, based on the yo-yo's principle. The other shuriken and kunai are decoys, and the true attack is the shuriken that is pulled back using the force of the thrown kunai. The trick in making this technique successful is to somehow be able to read the enemy's movements, which normally would require the Sharingan.


  • In the manga, when using this technique against Orochimaru, Sasuke infused the kunai he threw with what appeared to be chakra.
  • When fighting against a disguised Orochimaru, Sasuke combined this technique with the Dragon Fire Technique, sending the fire down a metal string in order to burn his opponent.


  1. First Databook, page 207

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