Sexy Technique

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Sexy Technique
Kanji おいろけの術
Rōmaji Oiroke no Jutsu
Viz print media Ninja Centerfold
English anime Sexy Jutsu, Cutie Jutsu
Alternative names Art of Eros
Manga Volume #1, Naruto #1
Anime Naruto Episode #1
Game Naruto: Clash of Ninja
OVA Naruto: The Cross Roads
Appears in Anime, Manga, Game
Classification Ninjutsu
Rank E-rank
Class Supplementary
Hand seals Ram
Other jutsu
Parent jutsu
Derived jutsu
Bouncy Bouncy Technique


The Sexy Technique is simply a Transformation Technique used to transform the user into a beautiful, nude woman in a very seductive pose with mists of smoke covering her privates, or in a bathing suit. Naruto uses this technique to distract or win over men, sometimes leading to an exaggerated nosebleed by the victim or even unconsciousness, while Konohamaru mainly uses it to impress Naruto. Some men have been able to resist this technique.

After Naruto returned in Part II, he bragged that he has upgraded this jutsu, which he referred to as the "new-and-improved" version of this technique, but he was punched into the distance by Sakura before he had the chance to perform it. We eventually see Naruto performing the upgrade in front of Jiraiya, taking place during the time-skip.


  • The woman Naruto transforms into when he uses the Sexy Technique has been dubbed "Naruko" by the fandom, inspiring many pictures of fanart and fan fiction.
  • In the fandom, the Sexy Technique has been used on various characters of the series as a source for fanart. It is popular in both fanart and convention cosplay (allowing female cosplayers to play male characters, e.g. ("crossplay")).
  • In Rock Lee no Seishun Full-Power Ninden, Rock Lee used a different version of this technique but instead of performing the actual technique, he just puts on a bikini. This was later adapted into Naruto SD Powerful Shippūden.
  • A variant of this technique appeared in the pilot chapter of Naruto.


  1. First Databook, page 166

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