Valley of the End

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Please note that this is the Narutopedia's article on the place in the Land of Fire. If you are looking for the article on the chapter of the same name then you should head to The Valley of the End.
Hashirama vs Madara

The battle that formed the valley.

The Valley of the End (終末の谷, Shūmatsu no Tani, English TV: Final Valley) is located close to the border of the Land of Fire and the Land of Sound.[1] Shortly after the foundation of Konoha, the Senju's leader, Hashirama Senju became the First Hokage, much to the dismay of the fallen Uchiha leader, Madara Uchiha, who intended to destroy the village with the forced assistance of Kurama — the Nine-Tails. The valley was carved out by Hashirama's Top Transformed Buddha's barrage. The battle ended with Hashirama victorious, Madara escaping his death and going into hiding, and Kurama being sealed within Hashirama's wife, Mito Uzumaki.

Final Valley

The statues bordering the valley (Madara, left; Hashirama, right).

The destructive power displayed in the epic battle left a scar in the earth that would come to be called the Valley of the End.[2][3] With the waterfall serving as a border between the Land of Fire and the land that was later known as the Land of Sound, the valley was later memorialised with two giant statues of the main combatants: Hashirama on the Land of Fire's side of the waterfall and Madara on the opposite side to symbolise his defection from their village.[2] The statues are posed to make the Traditional Shinobi Sparring's Seal of Confrontation, which is protocol before a duel.

Years later, at the end of Part I, Naruto Uzumaki chased the now missing-nin and also Naruto's teammate, Sasuke Uchiha to the valley in order to bring him back to the village before the latter attempted to kill him to acquire the Mangekyō Sharingan. Ultimately, using their greatest attacks at the same time, the battle ended with Sasuke emerging as the victor, with the statues of Madara and Hashirama receiving moderate damage during the fight.[4]

  • The statues severely damaged as a result of Naruto and Sasuke's fight.
  • The statues are completely destroyed.

In Part II, Tobi goes to the valley and sits atop Madara's statue as he muses over what path Sasuke will take.[5][6] Moments after the Fourth Shinobi World War, Naruto and Sasuke once again arrive to the valley for a rematch.[7] The two devastated the valley, leaving much of it destroyed by the end with Naruto as the victor.[8] Much of both statues were completely destroyed, leaving only the two hands, one from each statue, forming the Seal of Reconciliation, symbolising Naruto and Sasuke's reconciliation and having finally settled their differences.



  1. Chapter 232, page 7
  2. 2.0 2.1 Chapter 234, page 9
  3. Chapter 399, pages 11-13
  4. Chapters 217-233
  5. Chapter 370, page 16
  6. Chapter 371, page 2
  7. Chapter 693, pages 13-14
  8. Chapter 698, page 8
  9. Chapter 399, page 12
  10. Chapter 626, page 14

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