|Sage Art Wood Release: True Several Thousand Hands|
|Rōmaji||Senpō: Mokuton: Shin Sūsenju|
|Literal English||Sage Art: Wood Release: True Several Thousand Hands|
|Viz print media||Sage Art: Wood Style: Shinsu Senju|
|Alternative names||Sage Art: Wood Style: Veritable 1000-Armed Kan'on|
|Manga||Volume #65, Chapter #621|
|Classification||Kekkei Genkai, Senjutsu, Ninjutsu|
After entering Sage Mode, Hashirama creates a wooden statue of titanic proportions, easily able to dwarf a tailed beast like the Nine-Tails. Thousands of hands emanate from the statue's back in countless concentric rows, while its two main hands are clasped as if in prayer. The statue is able to stand and move in order to attack on Hashirama's command.
The statue possess extreme durability, as it was able to withstand a barrage of Tailed Beast Balls combined with Madara's final Susanoo blades. It also possess notable strength, as it was able to easily grab Kurama with one of its hands.
This technique seems to be influenced by the Buddhist bodhisattva of compassion, Avalokiteśvara, also known as "Senju Kannon" (千手観音, Thousand-Armed Kannon).
One prominent story tells of Kannon vowing never to rest until he had freed all beings from Saṃsāra. After strenuous effort, but struggling to comprehend the needs of so many who still had yet to be saved, his head splits into eleven pieces. The Buddha Amida, seeing his plight, gives him eleven heads with which to hear the cries of the suffering. Upon hearing and comprehending these cries, Kannon attempted to reach out to all those who needed aid, but found that his two arms shattered into pieces. Once more, Amida comes to his aid and grants him a thousand arms with which to aid the suffering.
- The creature created through the Wood Release: Wood Human Technique actually sits atop the head of this wooden statue.
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