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Yamanaka Nara and Akimichi Memorial.png|The memorial in the manga.
 
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This is the memorial of the [[Yamanaka]], [[Nara]] and [[Akimichi clan]] that stands in [[Konohagakure]] as a testament of the close-knit relationship between the three clans. Engraved on it are the symbols of the respective clans which commemorates the pact that the three clans made to work together, protect each other and Konoha.
 
This is the memorial of the [[Yamanaka]], [[Nara]] and [[Akimichi clan]] that stands in [[Konohagakure]] as a testament of the close-knit relationship between the three clans. Engraved on it are the symbols of the respective clans which commemorates the pact that the three clans made to work together, protect each other and Konoha.
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[[File:Ear rings.png|thumb|left|The earrings worn by the previous (left) and current (right) generation of Ino–Shika–Chō trio.]]
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== Tradition ==
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[[File:Ear rings.png|thumb|left|The earrings worn by the previous (left) and current (right) generation.]]
 
To strengthen their unity further, members of the [[Sarutobi clan]] give them earrings that are presented to each generation when they swear their oath. They wear the earrings so that they never forget their oath, as it's there whispering in it into their ear. Children wear the earrings of their parents from the day they become a [[genin]] to when they attain the rank of [[chūnin]], so that their parents' oath is burned into their memory. Returning the earrings to their clansmen also symbolise that they are considered adults by their respective clans.<ref>''Naruto'' chapter 533, pages 12-17</ref>
 
To strengthen their unity further, members of the [[Sarutobi clan]] give them earrings that are presented to each generation when they swear their oath. They wear the earrings so that they never forget their oath, as it's there whispering in it into their ear. Children wear the earrings of their parents from the day they become a [[genin]] to when they attain the rank of [[chūnin]], so that their parents' oath is burned into their memory. Returning the earrings to their clansmen also symbolise that they are considered adults by their respective clans.<ref>''Naruto'' chapter 533, pages 12-17</ref>
 
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== Ino–Shika–Chō ==
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{{translation|'''Ino–Shika–Chō'''|猪鹿蝶|Ino–Shika–Chō|lit meaning=Boar–Deer–Butterfly}} is the common name given to trios from the Yamanaka, Nara, and Akimichi clans. They are all famous and use a unique [[Formation Ino–Shika–Chō|formation]] in battles. There are two known generations in active during the series:
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* [[Ino–Shika–Chō (Previous)|Previous Generation]]
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* [[Team Asuma|Current Generation]]
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== Trivia ==
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* Part of the oath the heads of the Akimichi takes, involves swearing to protect both the Nara and Yamanaka clans.<ref>''Naruto'' chapter 533, pages 16–17</ref>
   
 
== References ==
 
== References ==
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Latest revision as of 09:26, December 13, 2014

  • The memorial in the manga.
  • The memorial in the anime.

This is the memorial of the Yamanaka, Nara and Akimichi clan that stands in Konohagakure as a testament of the close-knit relationship between the three clans. Engraved on it are the symbols of the respective clans which commemorates the pact that the three clans made to work together, protect each other and Konoha.

Tradition Edit

Ear rings

The earrings worn by the previous (left) and current (right) generation.

To strengthen their unity further, members of the Sarutobi clan give them earrings that are presented to each generation when they swear their oath. They wear the earrings so that they never forget their oath, as it's there whispering in it into their ear. Children wear the earrings of their parents from the day they become a genin to when they attain the rank of chūnin, so that their parents' oath is burned into their memory. Returning the earrings to their clansmen also symbolise that they are considered adults by their respective clans.[1]

Ino–Shika–Chō Edit

Ino–Shika–Chō (猪鹿蝶, Ino–Shika–Chō; Literally meaning "Boar–Deer–Butterfly") is the common name given to trios from the Yamanaka, Nara, and Akimichi clans. They are all famous and use a unique formation in battles. There are two known generations in active during the series:

Trivia Edit

  • Part of the oath the heads of the Akimichi takes, involves swearing to protect both the Nara and Yamanaka clans.[2]

References Edit

  1. Naruto chapter 533, pages 12-17
  2. Naruto chapter 533, pages 16–17

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