Naruto: Get to Know Every All Tailed Beast and the Jinchuriki in 11 Fact Series

February 8, 2022
All Tailed Beasts

All Tailed Beasts: All of Naruto’s Tailed Beasts and the Jinchuriki who carry them are listed below.

Naruto’s universe is full with showy chakra blasts and monstrous summons, but the Bijuu, or Tailed Beasts, are one of Masashi Kishimoto’s more imaginative creations.

The chakra tree of the wicked Otsutsuki clan, which turned into the tremendously strong ten-tailed monster, gave rise to these animals.

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All Tailed Beasts

The Sage of Six Paths divided the ten-tails into nine lesser beasts to prevent widespread damage, which became the legendary Naruto Tailed Beasts.

These monsters either roam the land as wild, untamed demons, or they are utilised as weapons of war by various ninja communities to keep the balance of power between nations in check.

The animals were frequently imprisoned within a human host, known as a Jinchuriki, to harness the great power possessed within each of the Bijuu. Humans and beasts form a symbiotic relationship as a result of their union.

Some pairs are respectful and amicable, while others stress the Tailed Beasts’ servitude and turn them against humanity.

The creature’s power can be dragged out in fight depending on the Jinchuriki’s skill, but the beast escapes its human cell and goes on a rampage if control is lost.

Although Naruto and the Nine-Tails are by far the most well-known Bijuu and Jinchuriki duo in the series, Kishimoto eventually introduces the entire cast, who grow in importance as the storey progresses.

Naruto’s Tailed Beast history grew more complicated. The anime created a devilishly catchy “Bijuu Counting Song” to assist fans recall the basics, which is worth watching just for the laughs. Naruto’s tailed beasts are all represented here.

1. Shukaku – One-Tails

Shukaku is most closely associated with the Hidden Sand settlement, and the priest Bunpuku was his first known Jinchuriki. Before Shukaku was placed within an unborn Gaara, still in his mother’s womb, the cleric was followed by another host who was not important enough to be identified.

Shukaku’s physical appearance is modelled after that of a tanuki, a Japanese raccoon dog. He’s also a very prideful Bijuu who is constantly attempting to compensate for his lack of a tail, and considers Kurama to be his biggest competition.

Shukaku’s specialisation in sand manipulation makes him the ideal mascot for his town and a wonderful friend for Gaara.

Shukaku’s ability to control Jinchuriki in their sleep made their relationship uneasy at first, but as Gaara became stronger, he was able to exploit the Bijuu’s power better.

Finally, after being inspired by Naruto and Kurama, Gaara began to regard Shukaku as an equal rather than a weapon.

2. Matatabi – Two-Tails

Matatabi is a classic example of how ninja exploited tailed creatures in the past. Matatabi was captured by Konoha’s Hashirama Senju and sold to the Hidden Cloud as part of a contract to bring peace and balance to the five major villages.

Yugito Nii, who inherited the monster as a youngster, is the only known Matatabi Jinchuriki.

Yugito became a Jonin in her community, learning to tame her Bijuu – a process that Matatabi’s status may have aided as one of the less hostile tailed animals.

The Bakeneko and the Kasha are mythological Japanese folk monsters appearing in Matatabi, although the Naruto version is wrapped in blue flame (because why not).

Matatabi uses fire-based techniques, as hinted by its design, making it a better fit for Konoha than the Hidden Cloud.

3. Isobu – Three-Tails

Isobu, like Matatabi, was sold as part of the Five Kage Summit arrangement by Hashirama, this time to the Hidden Mist village. When war broke out, Isobu was imprisoned in Konoha’s Rin Nohara to release her on an unsuspecting Leaf.

Rin sacrificed herself since she was aware of the conspiracy and didn’t want to injure the people she cared about.

When a Jinchuriki dies, their tailed beast regenerates over time, and Isobu was finally resurrected and placed in Yagura Karatachi, the Hidden Mist’s Fourth Mizukage. When Isobu first appears in the Naruto timeline, he is out in the wild, implying that Yagura perished and Isobu was resurrected. Isobu primarily employs water-based tactics, explaining the beast’s long association with the Hidden Mist.

4. Son Goku – Four-Tails

Son Goku was sold to the Hidden Rock village and imprisoned Roshi, a ninja. Roshi and Son Goku had a cordial relationship, unlike many Bijuu/Jinchuriki pairs, although the shinobi began to regret never discovering his beast’s true identity.

Son Goku, who resembles a monkey, was inspired by the Monkey King figure from the Chinese legend Journey to the West. It’s also impossible to overlook Naruto’s ties to Dragon Ball, which Masashi Kishimoto has stated had a significant influence on the series.

Son Goku’s hallmark moves used lava, and Naruto subsequently borrowed this capability.

By the end of the original series, Naruto Uzumaki had absorbed a piece of each tailed beast’s chakra, allowing him to merge the Rasengan with Son Goku’s lava.

5. Kokuo – Five-Tails

Kokuo accompanied Son Goku in the Hidden Rock, where he was finally passed down to Han, a formidable ninja. When the Akatsuki (secretly commanded by the villainous Madara Uchiha) began collecting the Tailed Beasts, forcibly separating each critter from their human hosts, Han was slaughtered, as were many other Jinchuriki.

Even though it appears to prefer a quiet existence in the forest, Kokuo is one of the less well-known Bijuu in Naruto and is seen employing steam nature release (a mix of fire and water).

Kishimoto explained that Kokuo is a hybrid of a horse and a dolphin, unlike most Naruto’s tailed animals, which are based on mythical monsters and tales.

After Naruto released them, Kokuo, Matatabi, and Chomei withdrew themselves from humanity, according to Boruto: Naruto Next Generations.

6. Saiken – Six-Tails

Saiken, like Isobu, was a member of the Hidden Mist village, with the intention that each village’s monsters would total nine tails (apart from the Sand).

This was done to maintain the power balance fairly balanced, as the more tails a Bijuu has, the more powerful they are thought to be. Utakata, who began as a Hidden Mist villager but later abandoned his home during their dark “Bloody Mist” period, was locked within Saiken.

Utakata was a Jinchuriki who the Akatsuki slew for possessing their inner beast, and the bubble-wielding ninja starred in a noteworthy Naruto filler arc that expanded out his backstory. Saiken is a slug-like creature with water-based skills and can attack using sticky and caustic substances.

7. Chomei

After being sold to the village by Hashirama, Chomei was trapped within Fu, a female ninja from the Hidden Waterfall. The Waterfall isn’t one of Naruto’s five major nations, but they were thought powerful enough to be included in the arrangement, which was unique.

While most of the tailed beasts are prettier, smaller versions of their present-day selves, Chomei truly took on a larval condition, matching its insect-like shape as an adult, as shown in Naruto flashbacks. Chomei is a Japanese rhinoceros beetle that is remarkably calm and laid-back when contrasted to its Bijuu relatives.

8. Gyuki – Eight-Tails

Gyuki and Matatabi were sold to the Hidden Cloud hamlet, but the nation struggled to locate a Jinchuriki who could command it.

Blue B, the Third Raikage’s nephew, was one of them, but after Gyuki went on a rampage, the Raikage was compelled to lock him up, resulting in his nephew’s terrible death.

Gyuki was eventually imprisoned within Killer Bee, the Third Raikage’s adopted son, who proved to be an unexpectedly compatible host.

Bee befriended his Bijuu through the power of rap… or something, and their relationship grew to be perfectly two-way, allowing the ninja to summon Eight-Tails’ might whenever he wanted.

Gyuki was re-sealed inside his original host after being forcibly pulled from Killer Bee during the Fourth Great Shinobi War. Gyuki is the second strongest bijuu and looks like an ox with sheep horns and tentacle tails.

9. Kurama – Nine-Tails

Kurama roamed the woods for many years as the only Bijuu not captured by the First Hokage, until he was discovered by Madara Uchiha and forced to fight Hashirama.

Kurama was trapped within his wife, Mito Uzumaki, before being transferred to Kushina Uzumaki, the victorious First Hokage.

Obito retrieved Kurama and wrecked havoc on the Hidden Leaf despite earnest attempts to shield Kushina throughout her birth.

Kushina and Minato eventually controlled Kurama, sealing half of the demon fox in the Fourth Hokage and the other half in their newborn son, Naruto Uzumaki.

Kurama is the most powerful of the Bijuu, resembling a kitsune, a fabled Japanese nine-tailed fox.

Initially, Kurama would only come to Naruto’s rescue if his life was in danger. Naruto was able to harness Kurama’s power with the help of his mother. Still, the full potential of their Jinchuriki and Bijuu collaboration could only be realised if they became friends.

Kurama reveals a whole new level of Naruto’s Jinchuriki abilities – Baryon Mode – in Boruto: Naruto Next Generations. To vanquish Isshiki Otsutsuki, the Seventh Hokage burns through his Bijuu’s chakra, not comprehending that he is killing the Nine-Tails for good.

10. The Ten Tails are a group of ten animals (Juubi)

The Juubi, a ten-tailed beast transported to Earth by the dimension-hopping Otsutsuki clan, constructed all of the Tailed Beasts described above. The Ten-Tails, like the Otsutsuki, have an unknown origin.

The villains go to other worlds in pairs and unleash their Juubi, which changes into a God Tree and delivers a chakra fruit under the correct conditions. These delectable delights fuel the Otsutsuki clan’s long lives and immense strength.

Despite being the progenitor of Naruto’s Tailed Beasts, the Sage of Six Paths, Obito Uchiha, and Madara Uchiha have all given host to the Juubi. The Ten-Tails’ power is practically limitless, and they have no preference for one nature over another.

11. Juubi by Isshiki Otsutsuki

The Boruto: Naruto Next Generations sequel series features a second Juubi, as if one wasn’t awful enough in Naruto. Boruto changes Kaguya Otsutsuki’s background to indicate that she and Isshiki came together, only for the Rabbit Goddess to betray her and steal the Juubi (and, more importantly, the chakra fruit) for herself.

Isshiki managed to survive in the body of a human monk named Jigen, plotting his vengeance and forming the nefarious Kara organisation.

During this time, Isshiki acquired another Ten-Tails, which he maintains in a separate dimension under constant protection and is only available to those who can travel between dimensions, such as Sasuke Uchiha.

Isshiki’s Ten Tails are definitely smaller and younger than Kaguya’s from the Fourth Great Shinobi War, yet Boruto hasn’t divulged their origins. Isshiki’s goal – and Kara’s entire purpose – is to transform this Juubi into a God Tree and produce yet another chakra fruit from Earth’s population.

Boruto, in comparison to Naruto, completely transforms the landscape of the Tailed Beasts, aside from the additional Juubi. Gaara keeps Shukaku and Killer Bee keeps Gyuki, but the rest are released, leaving Naruto Uzumaki with a chakra bond.

The Two-Tails, Five-Tails, and Seven-Tails all withdrew themselves from society in Boruto’s anime-only Urashiki storyline, terrified that humans would capture them again.

Of course, Kurama stayed with Naruto before killing himself so that his Jinchuriki might enter Baryon Mode.

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