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Akatsuki Rings Meaning


All Akatsuki rings symbols are Japanese Kanjis.
For 10 members, the kanjis are related to divinities of Chinese mythology:
Seiryu, Byakko, Suzaku, Genbu, Kuchin, Nanju, Hokuto, Santai, and Gyokuno.


Fit for various character and various occasion like naruto costume, cosplay, ninja themed party, also as gift for friends, family members.



The rings are made of high quality and durable metal, easily provide smooth and long life, and are the best choice of accessories you can get for fans who wishes to cosplay as ninjas from the Akatsuki’s organization. It comes in a nice box package too.



You can use these rings however you like, whether put them on one at a time, multiple rings on multiple fingers, put on display, or even wear them as necklaces. The rings are made for kids or fans of Naruto, but enjoyed by adults too.


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Whether it is Itachi’s unparalled strength, Pain’s love for peace or Hidan’s unmatched Bukijutsu skills, the Akatsuki has always been steered by overpowering characters. 

“These iconic and flashy rings are just the catch to show love to your favorite character.”


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About Akatsuki

The Akatsuki

Akatsuki (暁, literally meaning: “Dawn” or “Daybreak”) was a group of shinobi that existed outside the usual system of hidden villages. Over the course of several decades, Akatsuki took different forms and was led by different individuals. Though each iteration is viewed as either subversives or criminals, all seek to make the world a better place through their own means. Each Akatsuki tended to have multiple lairs across the world, inaccessible either due to their remoteness or the various security measures that protected them.
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What Are The Akatsuki Rings


Under Nagato, each member of Akatsuki is given one of ten rings, to be worn on a specific finger. Other than apparently signifying one’s membership, the rings seem to have some role in sealing the tailed beasts into the Demonic Statue of the Outer Path, indicating which of the statue’s finger the members should stand on. The rings are apparently important and irreplaceable.

They are beautiful, they are symbolic, but above all, they are mysterious! Welcome young Shinobis, today in this article we will unveil to you the secrets about what do the Akatsuki rings mean!

Akatsuki Rings are jewels worn by Missing-nins to show their allegiance to the Organisation Akatsuki. Each ring has a different meaning and possesses a symbol from the Chinese mythology.

If one of these questions tortures your mind, don’t worry! Here we will summarize everything there is to know about these Akatsuki ring fingers so that they won’t hold any more secrets for you!

Sounds good? Then let’s find out together what do all the Akatsuki Rings mean !

Who is the Akatsuki leader?

On the surface are Uzumaki Nagato Nagato and Uchiha Obito, and behind their organization is Madara controlling everything. Uzumaki Nagato is the superficial leader, and Uchiha Obito is the mastermind behind the scenes. (Obito also follows Uchiha Madara’s plan) Initially, Yahiko established Akatsuki as the founder, and then Yahiko, unfortunately, died in the strategy of “Sanshoyu” Hanzo. After his body, Nagato was made into the Way of Pain, and Nagato continued to lead Akatsuki as “Pain”. Later, Obito joined Akatsuki under the name of the newcomer “A Fei”, and used Yahiko’s death to draw out the dark side of Nagato, causing Akatsuki to gradually fall into an evil organization.

Although Obito was a member of the organization, he had been acting secretly until after the death of the red sand scorpion. He took his place and formed a team with Deidara. When Deidara died, he used “Uchiha” Madara” to appear in front of Pain and Konan.

Who created the Akatsuki?

YahikoWho created the Akatsuki?,Uzumaki Nagato ,Konan.

What do the Akatsuki rings mean?

Pain, Ring Zero, Wearing position: right thumb

Zero, represents nothing, that is, no war, no pain, which is in line with Payne’s idea. Yahiko’s original purpose was to create a world without war and pain. Later, Nagato inherited Yahiko’s will.

Deidara, ring green , Wearing position: right index finger

Green represents Azure Dragon, and Azure Dragon represents a scene full of vitality, but this is somewhat out of tune with Deidara. However, Deidara is not holding vitality, but the vitality of the enemy. If Deidara Pull used his own blasting clay, then the enemy’s vitality will be gone.

Konan, ring white, ring position: middle finger of right hand

White does not mean lady from a decent family, who is fair-skinned and attractive, although Konan is indeed very beautiful, in fact, white means recruiting troops and people to lead the army, and Konan plays just such a role in Akatsuki’s organization, just recall How many people in Akatsuki’s organization were not recruited by Konan?

Uchiha Itachi, ring Zhu, ring position: right ring finger

Zhu represents Vermilion Bird, and Uchiha Itachi is very good at using fire, so this ring of Zhu is very suitable for Uchiha Itachi, plus Akatsuki is darkness, and fire can bring light, which is exactly what it is with Uchiha Itachi Although he is in darkness, his heart is full of light.

Zetsu, ring mysterious, ring position: right pinky finger

Xuan represents Black Tortoise, and in the anime, it represents Netherworld, which corresponds to the fact that Zetsu is actually a dead person, and himself lives in a dark corner all year round, which corresponds to evil in the underworld.

Orochimaru, ring empty, the ring position: the little finger of the left hand

Empty represents nothingness, which means that Orochimaru does not actually have an exact body. After completing the reincarnation of the dead, Orochimaru can be said to have no real body of his own. Therefore, nothingness and such Orochimaru are just right to correspond.

Hoshigaki Kisame, ring south, ring position: left ring finger

south means Sagittarius, and in the legend, Sagittarius controls life and death, that is, he can control his own life. At the end of the story, the Hoshigaki Kisame uses suicide to end his own life, which can be regarded as a kind of control over his own life.

Deidara, Ring North, Ring Position: Left Middle Finger

It is said that the South Lord lives and the North Lord dies, and Deidara is such a person who is in charge of death. Whether he is taking someone else’s heart or exchanging someone’s body for money, Deidara’s life and death are completely inseparable. Hidan, ring three, ring position: left index finger

Three stands for three-station, representing communication. Hidan has always been promoting his own evil spirits in  Akatsuki‘s organization, so it is inevitable to deal with people, so three and Hidan are also exactly corresponding.

Sasori Ring Jade, Ring Position: Little Finger of Left Hand Jade represents purity. Although it seems that this is not related to the actions of the scorpion, but carefully, the wish of the scorpion is actually the wish of a very pure child, that is, to be able to be with his parents, so from this From a point of view, the scorpion is still very pure.


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