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Protecting Eight Trigrams Sixty-Four Palms
Protection of the Eight Trigrams Sixty-Four Palms
Kanji 守護八卦六十四掌
Rōmaji Shugohakke Rokujūyon Shō
Literal English Protection of the Eight Trigrams Sixty-Four Palms
English TV Protective Eight Trigrams Sixty-Four Palms
Games Eight Trigrams Sixty-Four Palms Guard
Other Guardian Eight Trigrams Sixty-Four Palms
Anime Naruto Episode #151
Game Naruto: Ultimate Ninja 3
Appears in Anime, Manga, Novel, Game, Movie
Classification Byakugan Kekkei Genkai, Taijutsu
Class Offensive, Defensive
Range Short to Mid range
Other jutsu
Parent jutsu
Derived jutsu

Created by Hinata, this technique allows her to emit a constant stream of chakra from her palms, creating extremely thin, sharp chakra blades. With her natural flexibility, Hinata can reach any point around herself, allowing her to hit any target within her field of assault. While using this technique, Hinata moves with such speed that her movements become a blur, allowing her to hit hundreds of targets with extreme precision, much like the Eight Trigrams Sixty-Four Palms. It is so precise that it can cut smaller targets, like bees, in half. Additionally, Hinata can control the size of the chakra beams in her palms, allowing her to create larger, arc-shaped chakra beams that spread out across her entire attack range. The technique was powerful enough to knock back the Giant Bee.

With the addition of Hinata's flexibility, the technique creates an "absolute defence" effect similar to that of the Eight Trigrams Palms Revolving Heaven, though the cutting nature of the chakra prevents any outside force from restricting it. In this way, the technique can be used as both an offensive and defensive manoeuvre.