Mind Body Transmission Technique

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  • Inoichi using the technique on Shikaku.
  • An exemplification of a user communicating telepathically with others.
Kanji 心伝身の術
Rōmaji Shindenshin no Jutsu
Viz print media Mind Transmission Jutsu
Manga Volume #46, Naruto Chapter #426
Anime Naruto Shippūden Episode #160
Novel Kakashi Hiden: Lightning in the Icy Sky
Movie The Last: Naruto the Movie
Game Naruto Shippūden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 3
Appears in Anime, Manga, Novel, Game, Movie
Classification Yamanaka Symbol Hiden, Ninjutsu
Class Supplementary
Range All ranges
Hand seals Ram
Derived jutsu

The Mind Body Transmission Technique is a hijutsu utilised by members of the Yamanaka clan to telepathically communicate with persons.


Using this technique, the Yamanaka may also act as a medium for persons to communicate with one another telepathically; this is done through establishing physical contact with the person.[1] The user can communicate with multiple people at once and the targets can also communicate with one another while the technique is in effect.[2]

This technique is not limited to just transmitting thoughts, and images such as memories or even strong feelings can be conveyed through this method.[3] The more people that are connection through this technique however, the more a physical strain is put on the user, forcing them to keep the connection going for shorter periods to otherwise avoid sustaining injuries. When Inoichi overexerted himself keeping up a connection with the entire Allied Shinobi Forces for more than ten seconds, it caused him to suffer a nosebleed.

See Also


  1. Naruto chapter 529, page 8
  2. Naruto chapter 529, page 11
  3. Naruto chapter 647, pages 16-21

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