Wikia

Narutopedia

Changes: Torii Seal

View form

Back to page

m (Reverted edits by Jmootam1999 (talk | block) to last version by KazeKitsune)
m
 
(21 intermediate revisions by 14 users not shown)
Line 11: Line 11:
 
|debut shippuden=Yes
 
|debut shippuden=Yes
 
|game debut=Naruto Shippūden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 3
 
|game debut=Naruto Shippūden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 3
|jutsu media=Anime, Manga, Game
+
|movie debut=Road to Ninja: Naruto the Movie
  +
|jutsu media=Anime, Manga, Game, Movie
 
}}
 
}}
When Naruto first obtained [[Nine-Tails Chakra Mode]], his [[Eight Trigrams Sealing Style|previous seal]]'s outward appearance had changed into a shape of one of the [[Sage of the Six Paths]]' [[Wikipedia:Magatama|magatama]] beads, along with a swirl design that resembled [[Uzushiogakure]]'s symbol.<ref>''Naruto'' chapter 499, pages 11-12</ref>
+
When Naruto first obtained [[Nine-Tails Chakra Mode]], his [[Eight Trigrams Sealing Style|previous seal]]'s outward appearance had changed into a shape of a [[wikipedia:magatama|magatama]], along with a swirl design that resembled [[Uzushiogakure]]'s symbol.<ref>''Naruto'' chapter 499, pages 11-12</ref>
   
By using the seal's key, he can create several massive interlocking torii that can even immobilise and imprison [[Kurama]] with ease. Naruto then isolated Kurama's chakra in another part of him away from the beast itself in between four torii, so he could access it freely.<ref>''Naruto'' chapter 505, page 7</ref> It was later revealed that Kurama isn't always bound by the torii and has freedom of movement behind its cage, but Naruto can enter the cage without breaking the seal and still manipulate the torii to immobilise the beast if he wants.<ref>''Naruto'' chapter 538, pages 17-18</ref> The seal's outward appearance changes slightly when Naruto forms a hand seal.<ref>''Naruto'' chapter 541, page 10</ref>
+
By using the seal's key, he can create several massive interlocking torii that can even immobilise and imprison [[Kurama]] with ease. Naruto then isolated Kurama's chakra in another part of him away from the fox itself in between four torii, so he could access it freely.<ref>''Naruto'' chapter 505, page 7</ref> It was later revealed that Kurama isn't always bound by the torii and has freedom of movement behind its cage, but Naruto can enter the cage without breaking the seal and still manipulate the torii to immobilise the fox if he wants.<ref>''Naruto'' chapter 538, pages 17-18</ref>
{{-}}
 
   
 
<gallery orientation="none" position="center" columns="3" widths="200" spacing="small">
 
<gallery orientation="none" position="center" columns="3" widths="200" spacing="small">
 
Kyubi Chakra Mode.png|The seal's outward appearance on the Nine-Tails Chakra Mode's shroud.
 
Kyubi Chakra Mode.png|The seal's outward appearance on the Nine-Tails Chakra Mode's shroud.
Naruto Kurama Mode.png|The seal's outward appearance on the Tailed Beast Mode's shroud.
+
Naruto's TBM1.png|The seal's outward appearance on the Tailed Beast Mode's shroud.
 
</gallery>
 
</gallery>
  +
{{-}}
   
 
== Trivia ==
 
== Trivia ==
* A {{translation|[[Wikipedia:Torii|torii]]|鳥居|lit meaning=bird perch}} is a traditional Japanese gate most commonly found at Buddhist temples and Shintō shrines, where it symbolically marks the entrance to a sacred area. Torii were traditionally made from wood or stone, but today they can also be made of reinforced concrete, copper, stainless steel, or other materials. They are usually either unpainted or painted vermilion with a black upper lintel. Located in Kyoto, [[Wikipedia:Fushimi Inari-taisha|Fushimi Inari-taisha]], which is the head shrine of the Shintō [[Wikipedia:Kami|kami]] [[Wikipedia:Inari Ōkami|Inari]], is very well known to hold thousands of such torii.
+
* A {{translation|[[wikipedia:torii|torii]]|鳥居|lit meaning=bird perch}} is a traditional Japanese gate most commonly found at Buddhist temples and Shintō shrines, where it symbolically marks the entrance to a sacred area. Torii were traditionally made from wood or stone, but today they can also be made of reinforced concrete, copper, stainless steel, or other materials. They are usually either unpainted or painted vermilion with a black upper lintel. Located in Kyoto, [[wikipedia:Fushimi Inari-taisha|Fushimi Inari-taisha]], which is the head shrine of the Shintō [[wikipedia:kami|kami]] [[wikipedia:Inari Ōkami|Inari]], is very well known to hold thousands of such torii.
 
* When this seal was made, Kurama made an allusion to the [[Sage of the Six Paths]], but never finished its statement.<ref>''Naruto'' chapter 499, page 15</ref>
 
* When this seal was made, Kurama made an allusion to the [[Sage of the Six Paths]], but never finished its statement.<ref>''Naruto'' chapter 499, page 15</ref>
  +
  +
== See Also ==
  +
* [[Sage Art: Gate of the Great God]]
   
 
== References ==
 
== References ==

Latest revision as of 22:18, November 3, 2014

Torii Seal

  • The torii restraining the beast.
  • The new torii gate seal closes.
Debut
Manga Chapter #499
Anime Naruto Shippūden Episode #247
Movie Road to Ninja: Naruto the Movie
Game Naruto Shippūden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 3
Appears in Anime, Manga, Game and Movie
Data
Classification Fūinjutsu
Class Offensive, Supplementary
Other jutsu
Parent jutsu
Users

When Naruto first obtained Nine-Tails Chakra Mode, his previous seal's outward appearance had changed into a shape of a magatama, along with a swirl design that resembled Uzushiogakure's symbol.[1]

By using the seal's key, he can create several massive interlocking torii that can even immobilise and imprison Kurama with ease. Naruto then isolated Kurama's chakra in another part of him away from the fox itself in between four torii, so he could access it freely.[2] It was later revealed that Kurama isn't always bound by the torii and has freedom of movement behind its cage, but Naruto can enter the cage without breaking the seal and still manipulate the torii to immobilise the fox if he wants.[3]

Trivia Edit

  • A torii (鳥居; Literally meaning "bird perch") is a traditional Japanese gate most commonly found at Buddhist temples and Shintō shrines, where it symbolically marks the entrance to a sacred area. Torii were traditionally made from wood or stone, but today they can also be made of reinforced concrete, copper, stainless steel, or other materials. They are usually either unpainted or painted vermilion with a black upper lintel. Located in Kyoto, Fushimi Inari-taisha, which is the head shrine of the Shintō kami Inari, is very well known to hold thousands of such torii.
  • When this seal was made, Kurama made an allusion to the Sage of the Six Paths, but never finished its statement.[4]

See Also Edit

References Edit

  1. Naruto chapter 499, pages 11-12
  2. Naruto chapter 505, page 7
  3. Naruto chapter 538, pages 17-18
  4. Naruto chapter 499, page 15
Facts about Torii SealRDF feed

Around Wikia's network

Random Wiki