This is an advanced version of its parent technique, where the user expels several dragon-headed fireballs from their mouth to cover the frontal, left and right side of the opponent. As the dragon-heads move in an erratic manner, it makes the technique much more difficult to avoid.
- The "hōka" (放歌) part of the technique's name is a pun on "hōka" (放火), which means "arson".
- In Naruto Shippūden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 3, during the boss fight against Sasuke, the latter expels numerous dragon fireballs.
- ↑ Fourth Databook, page 316