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This technique creates a stream of high-velocity wind containing dust particles, capable of decimating anything caught in it in only a matter of moments. The completed technique is directed through vertically overlapped hands that are placed in front of the user's mouth after forming the necessary hand seal.
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This technique creates a stream of high-velocity wind containing dust particles, capable of decimating anything caught in it in only a matter of moments. The completed technique is directed through vertically overlapped hands that are placed in front of the user's mouth after forming the necessary [[hand seals]].
   
 
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Latest revision as of 21:42, March 11, 2014

Please note that this is the Narutopedia's article on the Wind Release technique. If you are looking for the article on anime-only character then you should head to Fūjin.

Wind Release: Dust Cloud Technique

Fūton Fūjin no Jutsu
Name
Kanji 風遁・風塵の術
Rōmaji Fūton: Fūjin no Jutsu
Literal English Wind Release: Dust Cloud Technique
Viz manga Wind Style: Dust Storm Jutsu
Debut
Manga Chapter #533
Anime Naruto Shippūden Episode #273
Appears in Anime and Manga
Data
Classification Ninjutsu
Type
Class Offensive
Range All ranges
Hand seals Horse → Monkey → Bird
Users

This technique creates a stream of high-velocity wind containing dust particles, capable of decimating anything caught in it in only a matter of moments. The completed technique is directed through vertically overlapped hands that are placed in front of the user's mouth after forming the necessary hand seals.

Trivia Edit

  • Fūjin (風塵), written with the kanji for wind (風, fū, kaze) and dust (塵, jin, chiri), can refer to three things in the Japanese language: a cloud of dust blown up by the wind; the bothersome, everyday affairs of the workaday world; and war.
  • Fūjin (風神) is the Shintō god of wind, having been said to be present at the creation of the world, letting out the first winds out of his bag.

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