Rinne Sharingan [1]
Rinne Sharingan
Kanji 輪廻写輪眼
Rōmaji Rinne Sharingan
Literal English Saṃsāra Copy Wheel Eye
Other Eye of the Moon (月の眼, Tsuki no Me)[2]
Manga Volume #50, Naruto Chapter #467
Anime Naruto Shippūden Episode #205
Movie The Last: Naruto the Movie
Game Naruto Shippūden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 3
Appears in Anime, Manga, Game, Movie
Classification Kekkei Mōra
Known Wielders


The Rinne Sharingan (輪廻写輪眼, Literally meaning: Saṃsāra Copy Wheel Eye) is the original Sharingan and the progenitor of the Rinnegan and Sharingan. It is characterised by a ripple-like pattern which spreads over the eyeball, with red sclerae and irides, containing a pattern of nine tomoe.


Kaguya's dojutsu

Kaguya's Rinne Sharingan.

This dōjutsu was first manifested by Kaguya Ōtsutsuki as a third eye on her forehead after eating the Chakra Fruit of the Shinju, and later by the Ten-Tails, the combined entity of Kaguya and the Shinju. As the Ten Tails' jinchūriki, Madara Uchiha was able to awaken this dōjutsu in his own forehead by approaching the moon after regaining both of his Rinnegan.[3] As a result of Black Zetsu's actions, Madara's body then served as a vessel for the resurrected Kaguya, who retained the Rinne Sharingan in her third eye.[4] Once Naruto and Sasuke made physical contact with her, they activated the Six Paths — Chibaku Tensei and her third eye was closed by a horizontal eyelid under the effects of the fūinjutsu.[5]


The Rinne Sharingan possesses the ocular power of the Sharingan,[6] and can be used to cast the Infinite Tsukuyomi,[3] an extremely powerful genjutsu which can only be negated by the Rinnegan and the chakra of the nine tailed beasts.[7] Using this dōjutsu, Kaguya can also teleport herself and others to a series of alternate dimensions.[8]


Ten-Tails eye

The incomplete Ten-Tails' six tomoe Rinne Sharingan.

  • The kanji "Rin" (, Literally meaning: Wheel) is also used in Sharingan and Rinnegan, potentially linking the three terms etymologically.
  • The Infinite Tsukuyomi, despite only being cast by the Rinne Sharingan, has been referred to by Sasuke Uchiha as a genjutsu of the Rinnegan.[9] However, the distinction between the Rinnegan and Rinne Sharingan was made clear in the fourth databook.[1]
  • As a reach-around for not possessing the Rinne Sharingan, Obito Uchiha attempted to cast the Infinite Tsukuyomi by manifesting the Ten-Tails' tree form outside of his body as its jinchūriki.[10]
  • When the Ten-Tails was revived by Obito in an incomplete state, due to the Demonic Statue having absorbed only fragments of Gyūki and Kurama's chakra,[11] its Rinne Sharingan had only six tomoe.[12]
  • When Madara landed on ground after casting Infinite Tsukuyomi, the Rinne Sharingan on his forehead had only six tomoe.[13] While clutching faces of Naruto and Sasuke and shedding tears, Kaguya's Rinne Sharingan also had only six tomoe.[14]


  1. 1.0 1.1 Fourth Databook, page 230
  2. Naruto, chapter 564, pages 16-17
  3. 3.0 3.1 Chapter 676, pages 16-17
  4. Chapter 679, pages 10-13
  5. Chapter 690, page 2
  6. Chapter 671, page 8
  7. Chapter 677, page 14
  8. Chapter 682, pages 9-11
  9. Naruto, chapter 678, page 11
  10. Naruto, chapter 646
  11. Naruto, chapter 594
  12. Naruto, chapter 609, pages 16-17
  13. Chapter 678, page 12-13
  14. Chapter 681, page 5

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  • Rinne Sharingan

    13 messages
    • LegionZero wrote: Jira89 wrote: You still think Sasuke eye is normal rinnegan with MS active? C'mon i have already shown you the pan...
    • ..a lot mistakes, Sasuke always has active tomoe in his rinnegan. Also in original manga chapter 699, other mistakes, obviously (sarcastic). ...
  • Rinnegan and Rinne-Sharingan differences

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    • The rinnesharigan is manifested when the god tree is eaten hence the sharingan being the first dojutsu known to earth. The rinnesharingan has...
    • the rinne sharingan could likely be an evolution to rinnegan since otsutsuki eat many fruits gaining more and more powers. since kaguya ...
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