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Please note that this is the Narutopedia's article on episode 253 of Naruto: Shippūden. If you are looking for the article on chapter 509 then you should head to A Suspension Bridge to Peace. For other uses, see A Suspension Bridge to Peace

The Bridge to Peace

Konan supports the bridge to peace

(平和への懸け橋, Heiwa e no Kakehashi)

Episode data
Previous The Angelic Herald of Death
Episode Naruto: Shippūden #253 (Watch Online)
Next The Super Secret S-Rank Mission
Arc Confining the Jinchūriki Arc
Manga Chapter #510, Chapter #511
Airing
Japanese March 8, 2012
Debut
Characters
None in this Episode
Jutsu

Creation of All ThingsPaper ChakramWind Release: Air Bullets

Tools
None in this Episode

A Suspension Bridge to Peace (平和への懸け橋, Heiwa e no Kakehashi) is episode 253 of the Naruto: Shippūden anime.

Summary

Konan encloses Tobi in a chasm with a large amount of explosive tags that detonates in a wide area. Tobi, however, manages to survive the assault by sacrificing his left eye to use Izanagi, after which he appears behind a shocked and exhausted Konan and stabs her with a metal pipe. Noting that it was a favour to a former comrade, Tobi explains his technique to Konan. Konan refuses to give up and continues to fight Tobi. Tobi manages to subdue her and places Konan inside a genjutsu to force her to reveal the location of the Rinnegan. Tobi travels to the location and retrieves Nagato's corpse and then takes his leave. A blood-soaked piece of paper is blown off Konan's body by the wind and travels to her childhood hideout. As it travels, more of the Ame Orphans past with Jiraiya is revealed, as well as some of their time as the original Akatsuki. Meanwhile, Tobi, dressed in new attire, is told by Zetsu that they have received intel on the Nine-Tails whereabouts from Kisame Hoshigaki. With this, Tobi declares that it's time to capture the Nine-Tails. At the end of the episode, the blood-soaked paper that flew to the hideout covers Konan's frog card, signifying that she was "home".

Trivia

  • In Konan's flashback during this episode, Jiraiya used the Rasengan while training with the Ame Orphans. However, given the period that Jiraiya had taught the orphans in, it is unlikely that Minato had created the technique as yet as he would have been a child then or even that Jiraiya had started teaching Minato altogether.

Credits

Role Seiyū
English Japanese Rōmaji English Japanese Rōmaji
Konan 小南 Konan Atsuko Tanaka 田中 敦子 Tanaka Atsuko
Yahiko 弥彦 Yahiko Ken'yū Horiuchi 堀内 賢雄 Horiuchi Ken'yū
Nagato 長門 Nagato Junpei Morita 森田 順平 Morita Junpei
Jiraiya 自来也 Jiraiya Hōchū Ōtsuka 大塚 芳忠 Ōtsuka Hōchū
Nagato (Boy) 長門 (少年) Nagato (Shōnen) Tomoaki Maeno 前野 智昭 Maeno Tomoaki
Yahiko (Boy) 弥彦 (少年) Yahiko (Shōnen) Wataru Hatano 羽多野 渉 Hatano Wataru
Konan (Girl) 小南 (少女) Konan (Shōjo) Kaori Mine 峯 香織 Mine Kaori
Madara Uchiha うちはマダラ Uchiha Madara Naoya Uchida 内田 直哉 Uchida Naoya
Kabuto Yakushi 薬師カブト Yakushi Kabuto Nobutoshi Canna 神奈 延年 Kanna Nobutoshi
Zetsu ゼツ Zetsu Nobuo Tobita 飛田 展男 Tobita Nobuo
Hanzō of the Salamander 山椒魚の半蔵 Sanshōuo no Hanzō Ikuya Sawaki 沢木 郁也 Sawaki Ikuya

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