Sealing Technique: Tiger Vision Staring Bullet

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Sealing Technique: Tiger Vision Staring Bullet
Kanji 封印術・虎視眈弾
Rōmaji Fūinjutsu: Koshi Tandan
Viz print media Sealing Jutsu: Crouched Tiger Bullet
Manga Volume #59, Chapter #559
Anime Naruto Shippūden Episode #284
Appears in Anime
Classification Ninjutsu, Fūinjutsu
Class Supplementary
Range Mid-range
Hand seals Ram
Other jutsu
Parent jutsu

After the user draws a gigantic tiger, the illustration extends from the scroll and while still connected, captures its prey with its teeth and claws, before dragging the victim back into the scroll and pinning them down within the confines of the drawing. Due to the enormity of the illustration, the user requires an extended period of time to complete the image, during which they need protection as their attention is devoted to drawing.[1]

In the anime, it is explained that the user must have "emotional energy" to perform the technique. If the user is consumed by negative emotions, their eyes turn black with red pupils and bleed dark substance from the eyes. This was impossible for Sai until he came in control of his emotions by the memories of his time being in Team Kakashi and Rock Lee's determination to protect his friends.[2]


  • This technique's name comes from the Japanese saying: "Seeing like a tiger with hostile vigilance" (虎視眈々, koshi tantan), which refers to watching vigilantly for an opportunity to prey upon.


  1. Naruto chapter 559, page 9
  2. Naruto: Shippūden episode 284

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