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Fire Release: Phoenix Sage Fire Technique
320px-Fire Release Phoenix Immortal Fire Technique
Name Fire Release: Phoenix Sage Fire Technique
Kanji 火遁・鳳仙火の術
Literal English Fire Release: Phoenix Sage Fire Technique
Other Name(s) Fire Style: Phoenix Flower Jutsu
Rank C-rank
Hand Seals Rat → Tiger → Dog → Ox → Rabbit → Tiger
Range Short-range
Type Offensive
Classification Ninjutsu
Chakra Nature Fire Release
Derived jutsu Fire Release: Phoenix Sage Flower Nail Crimson
User(s) Kirigakure Symbol Sayo
Kazuki Gōka
Yutaka Gōka
Shiryou Hogiki

This technique creates a volley of small fireballs, which are sent flying in an unpredictable manner assaulting the enemy. In addition, the flames are controlled one by one with chakra, so avoiding them all is extremely difficult. Shuriken can also be concealed within the flames, creating an unexpected secondary surprise attack. Like the flames, the shuriken can be controlled with chakra. For the most part, however, this technique is used as a distraction.

Trivia Edit

  • This technique's name is a pun on balsam (鳳仙花, Hōsenka; ; Literally meaning "phoenix sage flower"; ), a type of flower. In fact, when the technique was first used in chapter 46, it was written as "Fire Release: Phoenix Sage Flower Technique" (火遁・鳳仙花の術, Katon: Hōsenka no Jutsu; ; ; ).
  • In an anime cutscene of Kakashi Hatake's storyline in Naruto Shippūden: Ultimate Ninja Storm Generations, Obito Uchiha performs the technique on his teacher Minato during his bell test.

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