This is the article on the Wind Release technique. For the character, head to Fūjin.

This technique creates a stream of high-velocity wind containing dust particles, capable of decimating anything caught in it in only a matter of moments. The completed technique is directed through horizontally overlapped hands that are placed in front of the user's mouth after forming the necessary hand seals.


  • Fūjin (風塵), written with the kanji for wind (, fū, kaze) and dust (, jin, chiri), can refer to three things in the Japanese language: a cloud of dust blown up by the wind; the bothersome, everyday affairs of the workaday world; and war.
  • Fūjin (風神) is the Shintō god of wind, having been said to be present at the creation of the world, letting out the first winds out of his bag.

See Also


  1. Fourth Databook, page 326
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