Wikia

Narutopedia

Mizukage

Talk59
5,670pages on
this wiki
Revision as of 18:00, May 9, 2013 by 92.232.159.112 (Talk)

Mizukage hat

The Mizukage's hat.

The Mizukage (水影; Literally meaning "Water Shadow") is the leader of Kirigakure. There have been five official Mizukage, though only three have been seen in the series thus far. Their word holds sway over all political and military issues that present themselves regarding Kirigakure and its inhabitants. The Mizukage's building is the widest and largest landmark in Kirigakure, bearing the kanji for Mizu (水; Literally meaning "Water") on it.

List of Mizukage

Second Mizukage

Nidaime Mizukage

The Second Mizukage.

Main article: Second Mizukage Gengetsu Hōzuki (鬼灯幻月, Hōzuki Gengetsu) was the Second Mizukage (二代目水影, Nidaime Mizukage; Literally meaning "Second Water Shadow") of Kirigakure.

Third Mizukage

Rin

Fourth Mizukage

Yagura & shadow

Yagura (left), the Fourth Mizukage de jure, and Tobi (right), the Fourth Mizukage de facto.

Main article: Yagura Yagura (やぐら, Yagura) was the jinchūriki of Isobu, the Three-Tails and the Fourth Mizukage (四代目水影, Yondaime Mizukage; Literally meaning "Fourth Water Shadow") of Kirigakure. When the Three-Tails was captured by Akatsuki, it had no host and roamed out in the wild. He was controlled by Tobi who could be called the "real" Fourth Mizukage.

Fifth Mizukage

Mei in Mizukage hat

Mei Terumī, the Fifth Mizukage.

Main article: Mei Terumī Mei Terumī (照美メイ, Terumī Mei) is the Fifth Mizukage (五代目水影, Godaime Mizukage; Literally meaning "Fifth Water Shadow")[1] of Kirigakure. She became Mizukage after the dreadful reign of Yagura ended, and has worked tirelessly to reform internal policies and recreate diplomatic relations with other villages.[2]

References

  1. Naruto — Second Fanbook, page 196
  2. Second Fanbook page 123
Facts about MizukageRDF feed

Around Wikia's network

Random Wiki