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== Trivia ==
 
== Trivia ==
* In the anime, it was shown that if a user attempts to summon an animal without first signing a contract, the user will be teleported to the home of the animal they have a natural affinity for.<ref>''Naruto: Shippūden'' 127</ref>
 
 
* In real-life Japan, the term {{translation|kuchiyose|口寄せ|lit meaning=drawing in to speak}} refers to the practice of allowing spirits — like those of the dead or [[Wikipedia:Kami|kami]] — to possess one's body and speak through it.
 
* In real-life Japan, the term {{translation|kuchiyose|口寄せ|lit meaning=drawing in to speak}} refers to the practice of allowing spirits — like those of the dead or [[Wikipedia:Kami|kami]] — to possess one's body and speak through it.
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* In the anime, it was shown that if a user attempts to summon an animal without first signing a contract, the user will be teleported to the home of the animal they have a natural affinity for.<ref>''Naruto: Shippūden'' 127</ref>
   
 
== See Also ==
 
== See Also ==

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Appears inAnime +, Manga +, Game + and Movie +
Debut anime17 +
Debut gameNaruto: Ultimate Ninja +
Debut manga29 +
Debut manga typeChapter +
Debut movieNaruto: Shippūden the Movie +
Jutsu class typeOffensive +, Defensive + and Supplementary +
Jutsu classificationNinjutsu + and Space–Time Ninjutsu +
Jutsu rankC +
PictureFile:Summoning Technique.jpg +
User techAnko Mitarashi (null) +, Danzō Shimura (null) +, Hanzō (null) +, Hiruzen Sarutobi (null) +, Itachi Uchiha (null) +, Jiraiya (null) +, Kabuto Yakushi (null) +, Kakashi Hatake (null) +, Kidōmaru (null) +, Kisame Hoshigaki (null) +, Madara Uchiha (null) +, Might Guy (null) +, Minato Namikaze (null) +, Motoi (null) +, Nagato (null) +, Naruto Uzumaki (null) +, Obito Uchiha (null) +, Orochimaru (null) +, Sasuke Uchiha (null) +, ? (?) +, Shima (null) +, Tayuya (null) +, Temari (null) +, Tsunade (null) +, Amachi (Anime) +, Disonasu (Anime) +, Gennō (Anime) +, Jirōbō (Anime) +, Kandachi (Anime) +, Kōza Kubisaki (Anime) +, Ruiga (Anime) +, Suika (Anime) +, Suzumebachi (Anime) +, Tonbee (Anime) +, Hiruko (missing-nin) (Movie) +, Ichi (Movie) +, Ni (Movie) +, San (Movie) +, ? (?) + and Yomito Hirasaka (Game) +

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