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[[Image:Haremtechnique.png|thumb|Naruto using Harem Technique on Ebisu]]
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{{Infobox/Jutsu
* '''Name:''' {{translation|Harem Technique|ハーレムの術|Hāremu no Jutsu|viz=Ninja Harem|engtv=Harem Jutsu}}
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|ref=<ref>First Databook, page 214</ref>
* '''Type:''' A-rank, Supplementary<ref>First Databook, page 214</ref>
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|image=Haremtechnique.png
* '''Users:''' [[Naruto Uzumaki]]
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|kanji=ハーレムの術
* '''Hand Seals:''' Ram → Snake → Tiger → Ram
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|romaji=Hāremu no Jutsu
* '''Debut (Anime):''' ''Naruto'' Episode 2
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|literal english=Harem Technique
* '''Debut (Manga):''' Chapter 2
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|english tv=Harem Jutsu
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|viz manga=Ninja Harem
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|jutsu rank=A
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|jutsu classification=Ninjutsu
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|jutsu class type=Supplementary
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|users=Naruto Uzumaki
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|debut manga=2
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|debut anime=2
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}}
   
 
This jutsu combines the [[Shadow Clone Technique]] and the [[Sexy Technique]] to create multiple clones of a beautiful, nude woman (or in a bathing suit, as in some filler episodes and video games). Naruto uses a modified form of this technique in episode 193 when he transforms into dozens of clones of [[Sakura]] (still clothed) in order to confuse [[Rock Lee]].
 
This jutsu combines the [[Shadow Clone Technique]] and the [[Sexy Technique]] to create multiple clones of a beautiful, nude woman (or in a bathing suit, as in some filler episodes and video games). Naruto uses a modified form of this technique in episode 193 when he transforms into dozens of clones of [[Sakura]] (still clothed) in order to confuse [[Rock Lee]].
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Revision as of 18:46, October 1, 2009

This jutsu combines the Shadow Clone Technique and the Sexy Technique to create multiple clones of a beautiful, nude woman (or in a bathing suit, as in some filler episodes and video games). Naruto uses a modified form of this technique in episode 193 when he transforms into dozens of clones of Sakura (still clothed) in order to confuse Rock Lee.

References

  1. First Databook, page 214
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