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After performing the required hand seals, the user creates a number of gigantic wooden hands that erupt upward from beneath the ground, which encircle and then attempt to restrain a chosen enemy. The size of each of these hands is around the size of a [[tailed beast]].
 
After performing the required hand seals, the user creates a number of gigantic wooden hands that erupt upward from beneath the ground, which encircle and then attempt to restrain a chosen enemy. The size of each of these hands is around the size of a [[tailed beast]].
   
== Influences ==
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== Influence ==
 
This technique seems to be influenced by {{translation|[[Wikipedia:Budai|Budai]]|布袋|Budai}}, also known as '''Hotei''' in Japanese. He is almost always shown smiling or laughing, hence his nickname: the Laughing Buddha. In Japan, Hotei persists in folklore as one of the [[Wikipedia:Seven Lucky Gods|Seven Lucky Gods]] of Taoism.
 
This technique seems to be influenced by {{translation|[[Wikipedia:Budai|Budai]]|布袋|Budai}}, also known as '''Hotei''' in Japanese. He is almost always shown smiling or laughing, hence his nickname: the Laughing Buddha. In Japan, Hotei persists in folklore as one of the [[Wikipedia:Seven Lucky Gods|Seven Lucky Gods]] of Taoism.

Latest revision as of 07:28, July 7, 2013

Wood Release: Hotei Technique

Hotei no Jutsu
Name
Kanji 木遁・皆布袋の術
Rōmaji Mokuton: Hotei no Jutsu
Viz manga Wood Style: Laughing Buddha Jutsu
Debut
Manga Chapter #621
Appears in Manga only
Data
Classification Nature Icon Wood Kekkei Genkai, Ninjutsu
Type
Class Supplementary
Range Mid to Long range
Hand seals Technique specific seal
Users

After performing the required hand seals, the user creates a number of gigantic wooden hands that erupt upward from beneath the ground, which encircle and then attempt to restrain a chosen enemy. The size of each of these hands is around the size of a tailed beast.

Influence Edit

This technique seems to be influenced by Budai (布袋, Budai), also known as Hotei in Japanese. He is almost always shown smiling or laughing, hence his nickname: the Laughing Buddha. In Japan, Hotei persists in folklore as one of the Seven Lucky Gods of Taoism.

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