Can we get a new picture of her using the technique? This one's kinda small and it has subtitles. Ai Raiokachi 18:38, 10 November 2008 (UTC)
ok, this "Just kidding" thing refers only to the japanese version of the movie! if ur gonna put that, than u need to put wat she says in the english as well! ("Enjoy") which contradicts to the statement about the Just kidding part!
- Also, when was this stated as taijutsu. this isn't really hand-to-hand combat. It shud be under ninjutsu becuz it is a ninja skill and not really close combat. —This unsigned comment was made by AMTNinja (talk • contribs) on 02:07, December 27, 2008.
Ok, then try to make a neutral edit instead of revert warring. If she says "Just kidding" in the japanese version, and "Enjoy" in the English, then make a trivia note and make the article explain the differences between the different versions of the movie. Instead of just revert warring and leaving people without any information. ~NOTASTAFF Daniel Friesen (DanTMan, Nadir Seen Fire) (talk) Dec 27, 2008 @ 09:16 (UTC)
Ninja Art: Snow Cherry Blossom Dance
I deleted the "other names" section that claimed that another name for this technique was Ninja Art: Dance of the Snowy Cherry Blossom, and made the actual Ninja Art: Dance of the Snowy Cherry Blossom its own page, seeing as they're different jutsu. Jules R. J. Blake (talk) 01:05, October 26, 2009 (UTC)
Shouldnt this be listed in sakuras jutsu list
i mean she used it and i think it should be at least listed.
In the fifth naruto poll you can see on jutsu popularity contest that sakura fubuki no jutsu us on 17th place , so you can add it on her jutsu listGopetotodorov1999 (talk) 19:24, December 15, 2013 (UTC)
we dont list movie jutsu in the infobox but if you click on the characters jutsu thing on the page then it will show all jutsu from anime,game,movie and manga Munchvtec (talk) 14:48, December 16, 2013 (UTC)munchvtec
- Probably because it's written with the katakana (at least I think those are katakana, the only character set I know for sure are the kanji) instead of the kanji. That points to the Sakura in the technique's name being a reference to the user, not the actual cherry blossoms. If that was the case, I think the kanji would be used. Omnibender - Talk - Contributions 17:58, April 1, 2014 (UTC)