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The Land of Water (水の国, Mizu no Kuni) is oriented towards the element of water. Its government leader is the Water Daimyō. It is composed of many islands, with each having its own unique traditions. The country's weather is typically cool and full of mist and lakes. In some places, like the area where Haku grew up, it is very cold and snows quite a bit. Little is currently known about it and it apparently leaves itself out of most political affairs, which is understandable considering that it is composed of vast islands relatively remote from the continent containing the other four major countries. What is known, however, is that the country used to be ravaged by many civil wars, during which clans with Kekkei Genkai were used extensively, causing many to view them as harbingers of war and death, leading to purges and genocide to the point of parents killing their own children.

"Kirin Nectar" (麒麟蜜, Kirin Mitsu, English TV: Unicorn Nectar) is a regional speciality of the Land of Water.[1]




Main article: Kirigakure Kirigakure (霧隠れの里, Kirigakure no Sato, Literally meaning: Village Hidden by Mist) is the hidden village of the Land of Water. As the village of one of the Five Great Shinobi Countries, Kiri has a Kage as its leader known as the Mizukage, of which there have been six in its history. Befitting its name, the village is surrounded by a thick mist, with several mountains in the background, making it difficult to find by foreigners.

Unknown Island

Land of Water Island

The island.

This is one of the islands off the coast of the Land of Water where Chōjūrō and his team were supposed to rendezvous with the Tsuchikage's messenger, Akatsuchi.


  • In matters of land area, the Land of Water is undoubtedly the smallest of the five great nations, not being much larger than some of the largest minor countries.


  1. Naruto anime, episode 213
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