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I'd argue that most of the supposed references to Naruto aren't specific to Naruto or are more general than they're portrayed. 1: Taijutsu (体術 literally body techniques) is a term that generally refers to martial arts which Naruto uses to draw the distinction from Ninjutsu (ninja techniques) which use chakra. Jujutsu (柔術) is a synonym for Taijutsu although ...


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Here is what I gather from the web (source 1; source 2). Note I don't know the manga/anime, so I might be missing some contexts. Translations are more or less literal. Let me know if they don't make sense. Episode 5 さすが呪いの王ですね I knew you were the king of curse! (さすが is used when someone does as the speaker expected) Episode 7 私達こそ人間ですから、ありますよ。 It is us ...


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He says "いませんけど", so you are correct that it's the -masen ending since there isn't really anything else in that response anyway. The reason this is odd is because of what Yaga says that Panda is responding to: お前にはお兄ちゃんとお姉ちゃんがいるんだ。 (You have an older brother and an older sister.) If Yaga were speaking in the formal register he would've said: ...


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That is in reference to what Utahime said: 先輩を敬え!(Respect your senpai!) This comes from the interview of baseball player Ichiro Suzuki, after Japan's championship in the 2006 World Baseball Classic. (Note that the article in the comments incorrectly points to the 2009 interview.) He yells this to his teammates at they shower him in champagne as he tries to ...


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The answer has been given in the manga. Spoilers below for chapter 143.


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Is it the case that any cursed spirit that a finger of Sukuna brings into manifestation will have the same form? Yes, they are called Finger Bearers. They are cursed spirit that becomes a special grade after they devour one of Sukuna's fingers. Finger Bearers begin as cursed wombs where they gestate until birth. During this period they can be seen by non-...


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I believe the scene pictured happened in the past, and shows Past!Noritoshi Kamo doing... something, presumably related to the Cursed Wombs (since they are the focal points of the last few episodes). We can infer the scene is set in the past because of the architectural style and the soldiers' uniform. Also, Past!Noritoshi Kamo was shown in a flashback ...


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Satoru Gojo is always seen wearing his signature black blindfold and otherwise a pair of dark eyeglasses not because he is blind but because it is a part of who he is; it is distinctive and has become one of his signature character traits. The writers wished to symbolize the importance of his eyes, which often see more than they see less. In addition, this ...


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Todo was quoting Antonio Inoki... and song lyrics. The quote "How can a fool think about losing before he does it?" was a parody of Antonio Inoki's reply in a pre-match interview at '90 New Japan Pro-Wrestling Super Fight IN Tokyo Dome. It was an answer to the question asking if he would retire if he had lost the fight. 出る前に負けること考えるバカいるかよ! deru ...


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Just like @Rumpelstiltskin said, it's because it's supposed to act as an indicator that he is using his powers, and also to add more flair into the show. Considering that it's a show which revolves around action and fighting, even if he is dubbed as the 'strongest' he still has to do something to arouse the viewers' interest. It can't possibly be considered ...


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Chapter 63. According to https://latestnews.fresherslive.com, Chapter 63 of Jujutsu Kaisen was adapted for the season one finale. The narrative concludes the Death Painting arc, which is included in volume eight.


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According to a Tumblr post, it is the Pomacanthus imperator, or emperor angelfish. Contrary to what you have pointed out, a website states that: General aquarium Angelfish are not poisonous. If you properly care for Angelfish, they can grow up to 6-8 inches in length. The angelfish can represent the need for self-love. It might represent an internal ...


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According to Jisho, it's "children's language". The お (o) prefix is used for formality, and さま (sama) is a very formal suffix typically used for extremely high-ranking / important people. Normally, the sun is just referred to as 太陽【たいよう】(taiyou) or 日【ひ】(hi) depending on context. The specific word choice is definitely a bit peculiar here.


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I just watched the scene. I think your understanding is correct. He says お前が死のうと、お前が死のうと、どうでもいい (Omae ga sinouto, Omae ga sinouto, doudemo ii), which literally translates to you die, or you die, it does not matter (to me). As you have correctly guessed the two you's refer to different persons, the one in gray suit and the one bleeding. So a more idiomatic ...


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You are correct about his rank allowing him to do so. Basically, the person giving the recommendation has to be ranked higher than you. When it comes to being ranked to grade 1, they need to have recommendations from 2 or more sorcerers of that rank which Aoi Todo and Mei Mei are both Grade 1. The recommendation alone isn't enough to be promoted right away. ...


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Before Itadori's apparent death, Sukuna consumed 3 fingers: 1 eaten in school in introduction arc 1 eaten after given from Gojo in introduction arc 1 taken by Sukuna after killing finger spirit in cursed womb arc When Itadori apparently died and Sukuna took over, they made a pact between them. Sukuna calls it "enchaning". According to the pact, ...


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Aditya Sahu is right: this is explained by Mahito himself in Episode 10 Idle Transfiguration (Japanese: 無為転変; Transcription: "Mui Tenpen") and Episode 12 To You, Someday (Japanese: いつかの君へ; Transcription: "Itsuka no Kimi e"). In episode 10, when Mahito is fighting Nanami, he explains that the soul exists before the body, and that the shape ...


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mahito explains that himself. it is because itadori is a vessel and can contain soul and can reach souls of someone else's too and also he says that itadori is has more understanding of soul and connection than anyone else


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