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The {{translation|'''ryō'''|両}} is the currency used in the ''Naruto'' world. It is based on an [[Wikipedia:Japanese ryō|old Japanese gold coin]] that was used in Japan before the [[Wikipedia:Meiji period|Meiji period]]. It was later replaced by the [[Wikipedia:Japanese yen|Yen]]. The exchange rate of a ryō is 10 yen.<ref>''Naruto'' fan book [[Hyō no Sho]]</ref>
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The {{translation|'''ryō'''|両}} is the currency used in the ''Naruto'' world. It is based on an [[Wikipedia:Japanese ryō|old Japanese gold coin]] that was used in Japan before the [[Wikipedia:Meiji period|Meiji period]]. It was later replaced by the [[Wikipedia:Japanese yen|yen]]. The exchange rate of a ryō is 10 yen.<ref>''Naruto'' fan book [[Hyō no Sho]]</ref>
   
Although money isn't focused on much in the story, certain prices and sums of money have been mentioned. For example, [[Asuma Sarutobi]] has a bounty of 35,000,000 ryō, five million ryō more than his fellow former [[Twelve Guardian Ninja|Guardian Ninja]], [[Chiriku]].<ref>''Naruto'' chapter 320, pages 3, 9</ref> [[Shinobi]] usually earn their money from completing [[missions]]. The rewards for these range from 5,000 ryō for a [[D-rank]] mission to more than 1,000,000 ryō for an [[S-rank]] mission. In the [[anime]], [[Utakata]] has been given a bounty of 5,000,000 ryō for his defection from [[Kirigakure]].<ref>''Naruto: Shippūden'' episode 146</ref>
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Although money isn't focused on much in the story, certain prices and sums of money have been mentioned. For example, [[Asuma Sarutobi]] has a bounty of 35,000,000 ryō, five million ryō more than his fellow former [[Twelve Guardian Ninja|Guardian Ninja]], [[Chiriku]].<ref>''Naruto'' chapter 320, pages 3, 9</ref> [[Shinobi]] usually earn their money from completing [[missions]]. The rewards for these range from 5,000 ryō for a [[D-rank]] mission to more than 1,000,000 ryō for an [[S-rank]] mission. In the anime, [[Utakata]] has been given a bounty of 5,000,000 ryō for his defection from [[Kirigakure]].<ref>''Naruto: Shippūden'' episode 146</ref>
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In ''[[Naruto the Movie 3: Guardians of the Crescent Moon Kingdom]]'', when [[Michiru Tsuki]] wrote a check to buy a circus, it had a dollar sign, suggesting that the [[Land of the Moon]] does not use ryō.
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In an anime, [[Kunihisa]] used something he called "Money Release Technique" which was used to simply buy whatever he wanted.
   
 
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Ryō

Tsunade's money

The ryō (両) is the currency used in the Naruto world. It is based on an old Japanese gold coin that was used in Japan before the Meiji period. It was later replaced by the yen. The exchange rate of a ryō is 10 yen.[1]

Although money isn't focused on much in the story, certain prices and sums of money have been mentioned. For example, Asuma Sarutobi has a bounty of 35,000,000 ryō, five million ryō more than his fellow former Guardian Ninja, Chiriku.[2] Shinobi usually earn their money from completing missions. The rewards for these range from 5,000 ryō for a D-rank mission to more than 1,000,000 ryō for an S-rank mission. In the anime, Utakata has been given a bounty of 5,000,000 ryō for his defection from Kirigakure.[3]

In Naruto the Movie 3: Guardians of the Crescent Moon Kingdom, when Michiru Tsuki wrote a check to buy a circus, it had a dollar sign, suggesting that the Land of the Moon does not use ryō.

In an anime, Kunihisa used something he called "Money Release Technique" which was used to simply buy whatever he wanted.

References Edit

  1. Naruto fan book Hyō no Sho
  2. Naruto chapter 320, pages 3, 9
  3. Naruto: Shippūden episode 146

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