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editRaiden Uchiha
Raijin Uchiha
(うちは雷電, Uchiha Raiden)
Appears in Anime, Manga
Birthdate Astrological Sign Aquarius February 4
Gender Gender Male Male
Age 19 (Deceased)
Blood type AB
Kekkei Genkai
Tailed Beast Shukaku, Matatabi, Isobu, Sun Wukong, Kokuō, Saiken, Chōmei, Gyūki, Myōbu
Affiliation Yamagakure Symbol Yamagakure
Team Six Paths Siblings
Clan Uchiha Symbol Uchiha Clan
Ninja Rank Jōnin
Ninja Registration 678999
Academy Grad. Age 3
Chūnin Prom. Age 10
Nature Type

Raiden Uchiha (うちは雷電, Uchiha Raiden) is the son of Ryun Uchiha, twin brother of Fūjin Uchiha, and the pseudo-jinchūriki of the nine tailed beasts — having inherited their chakra from his father.



Raiden is the identical twin of his brother Fūjin. Despite this, he does possess slight physical variations that help distinguish him from his brother, such as the lack of a birth mark on his cheek and a darker hair color. Raiden also typically wears darker clothing than his brother.




As a member of the Uchiha Clan, Raiden has awakened his Sharingan and advanced it to its three tomoe stage.

Mangekyō Sharingan

Mangekyō Sharingan Raiden

Raiden's Mangekyō Sharingan.

Like his father and his brother, Raiden has awakened the Mangekyō Sharingan. The design of his Mangekyō resmebles a pinwheel. Raiden is known to have unlocked Kamui in both eyes, as well as the Susanoo. Like his brother, Raiden's Mangekyō Sharingan does not go blind thanks to the Six Paths Chakra both inherited from their father.

Jinchūriki Transformations

The primary feature Raiden inherited from his father was a portion of the each of the tailed beasts' chakra. Though these pieces are not conscious, the tailed beasts can communicate with Raiden through their chakra within him and he can freely use their abilities.

Six Paths Sage Technique

Raiden can also manipulate senjutsu to preform the Six Paths Sage Technique and its primary feature, the Truth-Seeking Ball.


  • Raiden and his brother are named after the Japanese kami Fūjin and Raijin.