Dajimu (Anbu) is a fictional character in the popular manga and its anime adaptation, the Naruto series, written and illustrated by Masashi Kishimoto.
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Dajimu is a Naruto series character who made his debut, albeit briefly mentioned, in Naruto Shippuden Episode 198, "Five Kage Summit's Eve." He is an Anbu-ranked shinobi from Konohagakure, commonly known as the Village Hidden in the Leaves, and a former Root faction member under Danzo Shimura's leadership.
|First Appearance in Anime||Naruto Shippuden Episode 198: Five Kage Summit’s Eve|
|Japanese Voice Actor||Unknown|
|English Voice Actor||Unknown|
|Status||Presumed Alive (Based on her last appearance)|
|Affiliation||Konohagakure (Village Hidden in the Leaves) Root|
Very little is known about his childhood as Dajimu’s past is still shrouded in mystery. Dajimu was introduced in the series as a member of Konoha’s Anbu of the Root faction under Danzo, now a former member. Being an Anbu, Dajimu’s real identity is unknown.
Due to his limited appearances in the series, close to nothing is known about his lineage or background. The fact that he is an Anbu and his real identity is kept a secret, is also a major reason behind his mysterious past. Just like every anbu member of the Root Faction, Dajimu was most probably trained to lose his emotions from a tender age to be more efficient in missions.
Dajimu made his debut appearance (mentioned) in Naruto Shippuden episode 198 in the Five Kage Summit Arc. In the arc, Dajimu and Tera, also an anbu of the Root Faction, were assigned a mission to assassinate Anko Mitarashi, a former pupil of Orochimaru, one of the three Sannin of the Hidden Leaf and now also a rouge ninja. Fortunately for Anko, the mission was postponed to attend to more pressing matters, locating Kabuto Yakushi, an accomplice of Orochimaru in his inhumane experiments. They were tasked to find Kabuto before Anko gets her hands on him.
Since Dajimu has not been seen or mentioned since this incident, it is hard to determine whether he is dead or alive. Unless new information comes to light that suggests otherwise, it is currently believed that he is alive and well.
There isn't much information available regarding Dajimu's personality due to his lack of appearance and relevant information in the series. It is obvious that Dajimu is a mature and responsible adult from his rank and probably void of any kind of emotions, as most of the anbu from the Root Faction.
Given his Anbu status, he is undoubtedly a reliable shinobi who is committed to carrying out his duties and watching out for his village, Konoha’s welfare. Like most of the Root faction, Dajimu is devoted to Danzo and would always place Danzo’s interest over anything else, even the safety of Konoha and its citizens. He would carry out Danzo’s commands no matter the cost. Even though the Root Faction is officially dissolved, he is still loyal and devoted to Danzo.
Dajimu never had a visual appearance in the Naruto series, in either the anime or the manga. Because of it, his appearance is unknown. Dajimu is probably his anbu codename as well, as the identity of every anbu member is kept a secret.
Dajimu was never seen unleashing his abilities in the Naruto series. Judging from his Anbu status, it is safe to say that he is a great shinobi with formidable strength and extraordinary abilities.
A. Dajimu is a character from the Naruto series who made his debut, even though he was just mentioned, in Naruto Shippuden Episode 198, "Five Kage Summit’s Eve." He belongs to Konohagakure, also known as the Village Hidden in the Leaves, and is an Anbu-ranked shinobi, a former member of the Root faction under Danzo Shimura’s authority.
A. Dajimu has not reappeared or been mentioned in the series so far. Thus, his absence makes it impossible to say whether he is dead or alive. He is currently assumed to be alive and well unless any information surfaces indicating otherwise.