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Starch Syrup Binding Rope
Starch Syrup Binding Rope
Name
Kanji 水飴縛縄
Rōmaji Mizuame Bakujō
English anime Binding Syrup
Debut
Anime Naruto Shippūden Episode #428
Appears in Anime
Data
Classification Ninjutsu
Nature
Class Supplementary
Range Short to Mid range
Other jutsu
Related jutsu
Water Release: Starch Syrup Capturing Field

After kneading chakra in the stomach and converting it to high-viscosity water, the user spits it out, in the form of ropes that restrains the target's movement. Because of the viscosity of the water, it is even more difficult for them to escape its confines.

Trivia

  • Mizuame is a Japanese sweetener made by converting starch to sugars. It takes the form of a clear, thick, and most of all sticky liquid. It can be literally translated as "water candy", emphasising its likeness to water and explaining why it is used in a water release technique.
  • In the anime, the Genjutsu World version of Izumo Kamizuki is able to use this technique.[1]

See Also

References

  1. Naruto: Shippūden episode 428

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