Which village is Kushina from?

Born into the famed Uzumaki clan of Uzushiogakure, Kushina lived most of her youth being caught up in war, making her seek for a daily peace. At a young age she was sent to Konoha and enrolled in the Academy.

Where was Kushina buried?

Konoha Cemetery | Narutopedia | Fandom.

Where is the Uzumaki clan from?

The Uzumaki clan originates from a village known as the Uzushiogakure. The village was also called the Land of Whirlpools and is commonly represented with a spiral logo known as the Uzumaki emblem. Similar to the Senju clan, the Uzumaki clan is descended from Asura Otsutsuki.

Where is Uzushiogakure located?

Uzushiogakure (渦潮隠れの里, Uzushiogakure no Sato, English TV: Hidden Eddy Village, Literally meaning: Village Hidden by Whirling Tides) is the hidden village on O’Uzu Island — renamed as the Land of Whirlpools.

What clan is Minato from?

Namikaze Clan

APPEARS IN Fanfiction
AFFILIATION Konohagakure
Collapse KNOWN MEMBERS Minato Namikaze† Kushina Namikaze (nee Uzumaki)† Nariko Namikaze Minako Uzumaki Naruto Uzumaki

Where is hashirama’s grave?

It is located in an underground ruin of the Ōtsutsuki clan, which is accessible from the Mountains’ Graveyard, and was grown using the Demonic Statue of the Outer Path as a catalyst.

Do all Uzumaki have red hair?

In Naruto the red hair is a color only the Uzumaki clan is supposed to have. But in the whole series we saw many other characters that have red hair and most of them are not Uzumaki members!

Who is hashirama daughter?

Mito Uzumaki

Title(s) Princess of the Uzumaki Clan Mito Senju Jinchuriki of the Nine-Tailed Demon Fox Jinchuriki Mito
Eye Color Blue
Hair Color Red
Race Human, Jinchuriki
Clan Uzumaki Clan Senju Clan

What village is Uzushiogakure?

What is Uzushiogakure? Uzushiogakure (渦潮隠れの里, Uzushiogakure no Sato, English TV: Hidden Eddy Village, literally meaning: Village Hidden by Whirling Tides) was the shinobi village of the Land of Whirlpools. Its ninja were renowned for their fūinjutsu to the point that it led to its destruction in war.