As with its parent technique, the user compresses a large amount of chakra built up inside their body, before expelling it in the form of a number of dragon head-shaped fireballs. The user then skilfully manipulates that great fire, and attacks their opponent. The temperature of the flames is so great that, even with the briefest of contact, they are capable of easily burning human flesh.


  • The "hōka" (放歌) part of the technique's name is a pun on "hōka" (放火), which means "arson".
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