Naruto is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Masashi Kishimoto.It tells the story of Naruto Uzumaki, a young ninja who seeks recognition from his peers and dreams of becoming the Hokage, the leader of his village. One of the most important parts in Naruto are the hand signs or seals. Hand signs are used to perform many ninjutsu, genjutsu, and other secret arts. They are designed to aid people in properly summoning and moulding chakra necessary to perform a technique. By using these signs in a particular order, they can perform various jutsus and techniques. There are different sequences of hand seals for every technique, requiring memorisation. There are 12 basic hand signs and this each named after an animal of the Chinese Astrology.
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