Naruto Summoning Jutsu Hand Signs

A video making the rounds on social media shows an amateur shinobi performing Narutos Summoning Jutsu to great effect in his own home.

The brief GIF shows a shirtless person expertly weaving the hand signs for a summoning. With intense focus, he hits the top of his couch with his hands, at the same time exhaling a large amount of vapor to simulate the smoke in the show. Through this cloud comes a very alarmed looking cat, as though summoned from thin air.

The user laughs as the clip ends. It is endlessly watchable, as it only becomes more and more clear how much planning went into that moment of fun. In the comments, many people applauded the perfect timing.

Some sarcastic fans even joked that the only thing proving the video did not show real ninjutsu was the absence of blood.

“Those arent the proper hand signs for the summoning jutsu,” one person wrote drily. “And he didnt bite his finger to release blood for the summoning sacrifice. I think this is fake guys, thank me later.”

“You gotta be quicker than that,” joked another. “In the time that he took to summon that cat an s class shinobi like Itachi wouldve performed the fire style jutsu in a flash and tore through his entire body.”

Many viewers were completely distracted from the Naruto premise of the clip by the cat. Commenters debated in meticulous detail whether or not the cat suffered in the making of this video.

“I think someone threw the cat, you can tell by the way it is not centered when its in the air, and it lands feet first,” noted one eagle-eyed viewer.

This is not the first clip of its kind — the Kuchiyose No Jutsu is one of the easiest to learn the hand signs for in the series, and fans often make videos of it with varying levels of production value. They show themselves summoning everything from their pets common household objects, displaying their fandom in the process.

Some die-hard Naruto fans are giving Boruto: Naruto Next Generations a second chance after writing it off initially. The show has gotten mixed reviews from those who followed the original series, but after last weeks incredible fight scene featuring Naruto, Sasuke and Momoshiki, some detractors are hopping tentatively back on board.

Step 1: Hand Signs

Naruto Summoning Jutsu Hand Signs

Since im gonna show you the hand signsfor this jutsu i thought why not show you all the hand signs just in case you ever need them

Introduction: Summoning Jutsu Hand Signs

Naruto Summoning Jutsu Hand Signs

Im gonna show you the hand signs to Summoning Jutsu from Naruto. Summoning Jutsu allows people to summon slugs (Tsunade), Snakes (Orochimaru), and best of all, TOADS (Jariya, Naruto) PS: I know i spelled Jiryas name wrongWARNING: THIS JUTSU REQUIRES A BLOOD OFFERING, USE AT OWN RISK

Animals are typically summoned in order to lend assistance to their summoner, either by carrying out tasks or joining them in combat. Summoners will sometimes use their summons as a base for other jutsu, as with Summoning: Food Cart Destroyer Technique and Summoning: Quick Beheading Dance.[12][13] Summoned animals are not actually required to do anything and may choose instead to harm their summoner; Manda routinely threatens to kill his summoners.[14] Animals can even refuse their summoners attempt to summon them by sending another of their species in their place.[15] Animals are not summoned indefinitely and will return to wherever they were summoned from when they tire out and/or enough time has passed.[16] Summoners can take advantage of this by riding along when their summon returns home, granting them a quick means of escaping an area.[11]

To actually summon an animal, users apply some of their blood to the hand they signed the contract with. Usually they bite one of their fingers to accomplish this, but blood from injuries elsewhere on their body can also be used. They press the hands five fingers down and channel chakra to the hand, summoning the animal to that location.[8] While usually pressing them at the ground, it is also possible to do so on no surface at all, such as midair. The amount of chakra gathered in the hand determines the size and number of animals that are summoned: if too little chakra is offered, only a small, young animal will be summoned;[4] by offering large amounts of chakra, multiple adult animals can be summoned simultaneously.[9] Two people who have signed the same contract can pool their chakra to summon especially large animals.[10] If an individual has access to the blood of someone who has signed an animals contract, they can use the blood to summon the animal; the individual will need to provide their own chakra, however.[11]

Before an animal can be summoned, a prospective summoner must first form a contract with the animal and/or its species. In the case of the toads, the contract is a scroll that the summoner signs their name to using their own blood and further marks with the fingerprints of one of their hands.[3] Orochimaru has the snakes contract tattooed to his arms, which he smears with blood each time he wants to perform a summoning.[4] A user can summon different species provided they have signed the respective contracts, as Sasuke Uchiha is able to summon snakes and hawks[5] while Konohamaru Sarutobi can summon toads and monkeys.[6] Contracts remain active even after death, allowing those revived with the Impure World Reincarnation to perform summons they established when they were alive.[7]


What Jutsu has the most hand signs?

Every Naruto Hand Sign (& What They Mean)
  1. 1 TORA (TIGER) Finally, Tora is based on the Chinese zodiac of the Tiger.
  2. 2 MI (SNAKE) The Mi is based on the Chinese zodiac sign of the Snake. …
  3. 3 NE (RAT) …
  4. 4 HITSUJI (RAM) …
  5. 5 USHI (OX) …
  6. 6 SARU (MONKEY) …
  7. 7 UMA (HORSE) …
  8. 8 USAGI (HARE) …

What are the hand signals in Naruto?

1) Water Release: Water Dragon Bullet Technique

This Jutsu has the greatest number of hand seals out of every Jutsu in the series. It has a total of 44 hand seals that need to be perfectly weaved before the large water dragon is manifested.

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