Mabui (マブイ, Mabui) is a supporting character of the Naruto series that was created by Masashi Kishimoto, It first began serialization in Shueisha's Weekly Shonen Jump in November 1999. She was later introduced during the Invasion of Pain story arc that began in Volume 44.
She first appeared in Naruto Volume 45, CH. 416 "The Tale of the Utterly Gutsy Shinobi",
Mabui (眩い) in Japanese means cute, or pretty.
Major Story Arcs
Invasion of Pain Arc
Five Kage Summit Arc
Confining the Jinchūriki Arc
Fourth Shinobi World War Arc
Ten-Tails Revival Arc
Powers & Abilities
- Ethereal Transmission Jutsu (天送の術, tensō no jutsu): The Ethereal Transmission Jutsu is a technique that is unique to Mabui. With this jutsu, she can teleport an object to any location at the speed of light. To transport, Mabui must have the exact geographic coordinates. While this is normally used to transport objects, it can also be used on living organism, such as people. The problem is that humans can't normally survive traveling at the speed of light. The third Raikage was able to be transported unharmed, due to his incredible durability. Ei Yotsuki and Tsunade were transported, but repaired their wounds upon arrival. The ability of this jutsu is one of the primary reasons she was selected as the aide to the Raikage.
Weapons & Equipment
Naruto Shippuden (2007)
The Naruto Shippuden anime series is the second direct adaptation of Masashi Kishimoto's original manga. This series is produced by Studio Pierrot and first began airing in February 15, 2007. Samui's first anime appearance was in Naruto Shippuden Episode 152 "Somber News", which aired on March 25, 2010. Her character in the Japanese series is voiced by Misaki Sekiyama, and the U.S. dub produced by VIZ Media is performed by Dorothy Elias-Fahn.
Naruto 5: Blood Prison
There have been several films in the Naruto series produced by Studio Pierrot. Mabui's first film appearance in the franchise is in Naruto the Movie: Blood Prison, the eighth movie that was released to Japanese theaters in July 30, 2011. The movie was directed by Masahiko Murata and screenplay by Akira Higashiyama. Samui appears briefly in the beginning of the film. Her character in the Japanese version is voiced by Misaki Sekiyama, and the U.S. dub produced by VIZ Media is done by Dorothy Elias-Fahn.