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[[Image:Yugakure Symbol.svg|thumb|Symbol of Yugakure.]]
 
[[Image:Yugakure Symbol.svg|thumb|Symbol of Yugakure.]]
<section begin=summary />{{translation|'''Yugakure'''|湯隠れの里|Yugakure no Sato|Literally Meaning "Village Hidden in the Hot Springs"}} is the village that the [[Akatsuki]] member [[Hidan]] originated from. It lies in [[Land of Hot Water]] and is represented with three wavy lines.<section end=summary />
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<section begin=summary />{{translation|'''Yugakure'''|湯隠れの里|Yugakure no Sato|Literally Meaning "Village Hidden in Hot Water"}} is the village that the [[Akatsuki]] member [[Hidan]] originated from. It lies in [[Land of Hot Water]].<section end=summary />
   
 
== Background ==
 
== Background ==
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== Part II ==
 
== Part II ==
=== The Fourth Great Shinobi War ===
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=== Three-Tails Arc ===
In Naruto Shippuden Episode 262, Yugakure can be seen on a world map. Yugakure's Daimyo is also revealed briefly.<ref>Naruto Shippuden Episode 262</ref>
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[[Image:Yugakure.PNG|thumb|right|Entrance to the hot spring village, as seen in the anime.]]
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In the anime, when [[Kabuto Yakushi]] and [[Yūkimaru]] are on a journey, they stop here to rest. Yūkimaru meets [[Naruto Uzumaki]] in a hot spring and talks with him about how [[Collaboration Techniques|hearts can communicate]]. There wasn't much seen from the village in the episode, but it seemed small and had no protective walls, like other ninja villages had. It is possible it was merely a simple hot spring village unassociated with Yugakure.
   
 
== Trivia ==
 
== Trivia ==
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* Although Yugakure is no longer a hidden village, a Yugakure shinobi named [[Kazan]] appears in the movie "''[[Naruto 5: Blood Prison]]''".
 
* Although Yugakure is no longer a hidden village, a Yugakure shinobi named [[Kazan]] appears in the movie "''[[Naruto 5: Blood Prison]]''".
 
* Yugakure shinobi have also been enemies in three chapters in ''[[Rock Lee no Seishun Full-Power Ninden]]'': in the fourth chapter ''[[Copy Ninja Rock Lee?!]]'', in the eighth chapter ''[[Rock Lee vs. Might Guy]]'', and in the thirteenth chapter "[[Super-Secret Infiltration Mission]]".
 
* Yugakure shinobi have also been enemies in three chapters in ''[[Rock Lee no Seishun Full-Power Ninden]]'': in the fourth chapter ''[[Copy Ninja Rock Lee?!]]'', in the eighth chapter ''[[Rock Lee vs. Might Guy]]'', and in the thirteenth chapter "[[Super-Secret Infiltration Mission]]".
 
   
 
[[Category:Villages]]
 
[[Category:Villages]]

Revision as of 22:42, January 10, 2013

Yugakure Symbol

Symbol of Yugakure.

Yugakure (湯隠れの里, Yugakure no Sato; Literally Meaning "Village Hidden in Hot Water") is the village that the Akatsuki member Hidan originated from. It lies in Land of Hot Water.

Background

Once a ninja village, Yugakure decided that it didn't want to stay a hidden village and transitioned out into a peaceful and prosperous village instead. However, Hidan, growing up, already showed a tendency toward violent Jashinist ways, disagreed with this and slaughtered his neighbours before leaving the village.

Part II

Three-Tails Arc

Yugakure

Entrance to the hot spring village, as seen in the anime.

In the anime, when Kabuto Yakushi and Yūkimaru are on a journey, they stop here to rest. Yūkimaru meets Naruto Uzumaki in a hot spring and talks with him about how hearts can communicate. There wasn't much seen from the village in the episode, but it seemed small and had no protective walls, like other ninja villages had. It is possible it was merely a simple hot spring village unassociated with Yugakure.

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