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Warehouse Dimension
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Kanji 庫の時空間
Rōmaji Kura no Jikūkan
Literal English Warehouse Dimension
Classification Ninjutsu, Space-Time Ninjutsu
Nature Nature Icon Yin.svg Yin Release
Rank C-Rank
Class Supplementary, Offensive
Range Short Range (Self)
Hand Seals Dog → Snake or Touch Chest
Other Info
Related Jutsu Yin Release: Void Fist

Yin Release: Void Barrier
Yin Release: Wall Phase


Tsubaki Serizawa
Nobu Chinoike

Technique Description

The Yin Release: Warehouse Dimension is a supplementary, Yin Release, Space–Time Ninjutsu that allows the user to store most items within their own body. Through Yin Release, the imagination of the user is manipulated in order to project their will onto reality, making the constructs of their mind take form in the real world. In doing so, they create a portal on their body, usually located in the center of their chest. By placing an object within this portal, the user stores that object within a pocket dimension that resides inside their body as its medium. The total storage space within this dimension is equivalent to that of a large scroll enclosed with items; whenever the user wishes to retrieve a stored object, they just have to take it out again.

While this technique is mostly used for the storage of scrolls, swords, food, and tools, it can also be used offensively as a method of launching projectiles from the portal formed on the user's chest. Using this technique, the users can launch a barrage of shuriken, kunai, or senbon. Bigger objects like a Fūma Shuriken would take additional time to retrieve and the user would likely have to manually throw it.

This technique causes the portal in the users chest to glow purple and the void of the portal is a swirling black mass.

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