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Barrier: Reflection Technique
Kanji 結界・リフレクトの術
Rōmanji Kekkai: Rifurekuto no Jutsu
Other Names Yang Force Barrier
Technique Data
Classification Konohagakure Symbol Hiden, Ninjutsu, Barrier Ninjutsu
Nature Nature Icon Yang Yang Release
Rank D-rank
Class Defensive, Supplementary
Range Short to Mid Range
Hand Seals Snake → Ram → Bird
Technique History
Related Techniques Barrier: Light Screen Technique
Technique Users
Users Kenun Kurama

Mito Rikudō
Naruto Hō-ō
Shisui Uchiha

The Barrier: Reflection Technique is a technique developed by Mito Senju during the beginning of the Hidden Village's Era.


A minor defensive technique commonly used by newly graduated Genin and the like, the Barrier: Reflection Technique, more commonly referred to as "Light Shield" is a technique passed down since ancient times in Uzushiogakure and Konohagakure.

The technique uses minor levels of Chakra Control to increase the flow of Chakra within the the user's body, causing the Chakra in the body to move at faster than normal speeds. The user then draws on the Chakra and forces it seep outwards from their body, causing them generate a small aura similar to a Chakra Cloak; with more Chakra Control, the user continues to force the aura from their body and shapes it into a small rectangular shield with slightly rounded edges.

This barrier possesses minor strength and is capable of enduring blows from Shuriken and Kunai, and some low level Taijutsu. While it is unable to help the user with guarding against Genjutsu and similar techniques, it can be used to defend from Ninjutsu, being somewhat resistant to Water and Earth based techniques, along with some Wind based techniques. The user can also summon multiple other barriers if they have the Chakra needed. This being said, this technique also seems to put a small strain on the user and requires a fair degree of concentration when it is being used.

Notes and Trivia

  • This technique was inspired by the move Reflection from the popular series, Pokemon.
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