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Destruction Bug Host Technique
Kanji 寄壊蟲の術
Rōmaji Kikaichū no Jutsu
English anime Parasitic Insects Jutsu
Manga Volume #8, Naruto Chapter #69
Anime Naruto Episode #40
Novel Kakashi Hiden: Lightning in the Icy Sky
Movie Naruto Shippūden the Movie: Bonds
Game Naruto: Ninja Council
OVA Naruto, the Genie, and the Three Wishes, Believe It!
Appears in Anime, Manga, Novel, Game, Movie
Classification Aburame Symbol Hiden, Ninjutsu, Fighting Style
Class Offensive, Defensive, Supplementary
Range All ranges
Derived jutsu

The Parasitic Destruction Insect Technique is a practice exclusive to the Aburame clan.


When children are born into the clan, their bodies are offered to insects to be used as a nest. Over the years, as the child grows up, they are instructed in the secret techniques of the clan, and learn how the insects may serve them in combat.

Most Aburame are inhabited by kikaichū, however, the clan does not limit themselves to the use of one type of insect. Torune and Shikuro for example, have rinkaichū — a rare type of insect even within the Aburame clan — inhabiting their bodies. Shino was also shown to host another unique insects in his body called the kidaichū — an insect he noted was problematic to host because of its characteristics. Muta used shōkaichū, which act as trackers of sorts. Yōji used kochū, which can infect enemies with a deadly paralysing poison.


  1. Rin no Sho, page 178