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Kawa no Kuni (Land of Rivers)

The Land of Rivers (川の国, Kawa no Kuni) is known for its beautiful rivers, and is the location of Takumi Village, a renown village of Craftsmanship/Blacksmithing - popular for its weapons dealing with the Ninja villages.
Takumi no Sato, Sayu Ruins, River's End
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Tsuki no Kuni (Land of the Moon)

The Land of the Moon (月の国, Tsuki no Kuni) is an island nation in the shape of a crescent moon, hence the name. It is home to the ninja village Getsugakure.
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Mori no Kuni (Land of Forests)

The Land of Forests (森の国, Mori no Kuni) is a country full of forests, which makes the river the only crossing access.
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Kuma no Kuni (Land of Bears)

The Land of Bears (熊の国, Kuma no Kuni) is introduced in the anime, being a heavily forested country. Its ninja village, Hoshigakure, is located in the middle of the country surrounded by a canyon filled with poisonous gas that the locals call the Devil's Ravine. The canyon serves as a natural barrier to prevent raids on the village. A meteor crashed near the site of the village 200 years before the start of the original NARUTO series.
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Hazumi no Kuni (Land of Spring)

The Land of Spring possesses an unusually advanced level of technology when compared to other countries in the Naruto world. Things such as railroads, airships, snow mobiles, power generators and volley guns are commonplace here, though the latter fired salvos of kunai instead of bullets. Additionally, their ninja wear special chakra armor that makes them virtually immune to ninjutsu and genjutsu. Roughly 148 years ago, the snow is renamed the "Land of Spring" and all the snow melts. Hoshigakure (星隠れの里, Hoshigakure no Sato; Literally meaning "Village Hidden Among Stars") is located in the Land of Bears, and is one of the lesser-known Shinobi Villages in the Naruto Universe. Hoshigakure was formed sometime after a strange meteorite, which the inhabitants called the "star," struck its location 350 years earlier. No trees or plants could grow around the vicinity after it landed. Information gathered from the villagers suggests that the village can't have been founded much sooner than Konoha was. Its leader is the Hoshikage (星影, Star Shadow), although the leader is a Kage in name only. The other villages do not recognize Hoshigakure as an equal, nor is there any ninja truly worthy of the title. The meteorite itself was not that large, but it emitted a chakra-enhancing radiation. The First Hoshikage was able to devise a training method to allow the ninja in the village to harness the power of the star, thus allowing the ninja to gain supernatural chakra levels. The technique used to harness this power is the Mysterious Peacock Method. Upon the development of the skill, the meteorite was then set on top of an eagle's claw pedestal located inside of and at the very center of the Star Ninja training dojo, which was constructed for the very purpose of training future Hoshigakure shinobi. When this technique is fully mastered, it gives the user almost unrivaled chakra control, to the point where they can solidify it as a shield or create wings for flight. The training was eventually forbidden by the Third Hoshikage, after he realized the deadly toll the training took on those doing it; the Star's intense radiation of chakra was too much for some shinobi to handle, and thus their insides began to corrupt and their organs to weaken, eventually leading to internal bleeding or organ failure. Even if a ninja survived the training, the side effects would eventually kill them. Only Natsuhi and Hotarubi, the parents of Sumaru, managed to survive the training, and both died eventually. Regardless of the terrible side effects, ninja from the Star Village were known for their proud and persistent nature. The Third was assassinated by Akahoshi, who became the substitute Hoshikage and reinstated the training. Despite knowing what the star did, he decided to ignore the effects in the hope of forcing the other villages to accept Hoshigakure. There have been two Hoshikage's after Akahoshi.
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Tetsu no Kuni (Land of Iron)

The Land of Iron (鉄の国, Tetsu no Kuni) is an icy, snow-covered country. It is politically unusual in that it has remained neutral and never been involved in the ninja wars. In fact, the shinobi have a rule since long ago that they would not meddle with the land. Despite this, it is said to have an incredibly strong military which, instead of ninja, is manned by samurai.
Blue Samurai Bridge
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Nami no Kuni (Land of Waves)

The Land of Waves (波の国, Nami no Kuni) is a relatively poor nation, and thus does not have a hidden village - instead, the Takumikage, Yuta, watches over this village and gives what help she can. It is an isolated island, but used to be prosperous nonetheless, until Gatō set his sights on it. He broke the people's will and monopolized the shipping industry, which was crucial for its economy. Now Yuta is beginning to make it prosperous again, a way of saying thanks for joining her cause of being recognized by the major villages.
Great Naruto Bridge
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The Land of Rice

Here lies the Hidden Sound Village.
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