I know Im not a japanese translator professional or anything, but like Tenten's name, "ten" can mean heaven or heavenly, and "ryu" can mean dragon, so wouldn't the technique be called "Heavenly Dragon Desruction or Heaven Dragon Destruction." Again, I'm not a good japanese translator, so maybe get Shounensuki in this or something but yeah... AMTNinja (talk) 02:21, 13 April 2009 (UTC)

From what I know the name of the technique and the kanji don't match up. This jutsu should be Sougu:Tensasai in kanji which translates to Manipulated Tools:Heavenly Chain Disaster and not Heavenly Chain of Destruction. This may have been confused with soryutensakai which means Dragon Scattering Destruction.Gohan5 (talk) 01:39, May 30, 2010 (UTC)Gohan5


Can this be a shurikenjutsu? (talk) 13:09, December 18, 2011 (UTC)

Weapons are reigned down not only shuriken-related weapons.--Cerez365Hyūga Symbol 13:22, December 18, 2011 (UTC)
Why in Naruto Shippuden Akatsuki Rising the "Weapon Control Tensasai" used is the "Twin Rising Dragons" one not this jutsu? —This unsigned comment was made by (talkcontribs) .

Relation to Twin Rising Dragons

It being stated that this jutsu is "a stronger version of Twin Rising Dragons" somewhat urks me. I understand if that's what it states in the databooks, but it doesn't. Sure both jutsus summon a shower of weapons that rain down upon the enemy, yet there is a significant difference in the jutsus. For starters, the weapons dropping down on her opponent(s) is only the first part, but she has full control of all her weapons via wire attachments. Infact, Twin Rising Dragons is probably stronger. BHM1250 (talk) 07:01, October 10, 2012 (UTC)