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Kiku Ichimonji (菊一文字, lit. Chrysanthemum Beeline) is a shoot hissatsu technique.

Description

Inazuma Eleven GO 2: Chrono Stone

  • "With a slashing kick, surround the ball in burning chrysanthemum petals."

Users

Info

After Tsurugi successfully Mixi Maxed with Okita during the match between Raimon and Zanark Domain, he used his speed to pass the players from Zanark Domain. He then proceeded to use Kiku Ichimonji and scored the first goal for Raimon, passing through Shuten who wasn't able to stop it.

Tsurugi used it again in episode 33, but it was stopped by Rau Sem's Keeper Command 16.

It was used again in episode 38 against Perfect Cascade and scored the first goal for Entaku no Kishi, passing Rau Sem's Keshin Armed.

In episode 40, it was used again during the match opposing El Dorado Team 01 to Zan. However, it got stopped bare-handed by Fadam, Zan's goalkeeper.

Usage

First the user takes a stance as the background changes to dark black. As the ball bounce on the ground the user quickly disappears and later re-appear while slashing the ball with his/her foot. Energy petals gather around the ball and turns his back as the ball gather energy and head toward the goal.

Slideshow

Anime

IG-10-039

IG-10-039.

Video

Anime

Inazuma Eleven GO Chrono Stone (Tsurugi Mixi Max + Kiku Ichimonji) HD

Inazuma Eleven GO Chrono Stone (Tsurugi Mixi Max + Kiku Ichimonji) HD

Kiku Ichimonji in the Manga

Kiku Ichimonji in the Manga.

Chrono Stone Game

Inazuma Eleven GO Chrono Stone Raimei Kiku Ichimonji (Okita Version))

Inazuma Eleven GO Chrono Stone Raimei Kiku Ichimonji (Okita Version))

Inazuma Eleven GO Strikers 2013

Kiku Ichimonji

Kiku Ichimonji

Trivia

  • Kiku Ichimonji is a collective name given to the Japanese swords made by the thirteen swordsmiths who were in attendance to the Emperor Go-Toba in 1208, but in fiction it is the name of Okita Souji's sword.
  • "Kiku" means "chrysanthemum", referring to the energy petals that appear after Tsurugi kicks the ball.
  • The difference between the anime and the Wii usage is that the typhograhy appears when Tsurugi shoots the ball in the anime but the typhograhy appears when Tsurugi slashes the ball with his foot in the Wii game.