Illusionary Dragon Nine Consuming Seals
* Name: Fūin Jutsu: Genryū Kyū Fūjin (封印術・幻龍九封尽; Literally meaning "Sealing Technique: Illusionary Dragon Nine Consuming Seals")
* Type: Unknown
* Users: Pein
* Hand Seals: Tiger, Snake, Rat, Ox, Dog, Ram
This jutsu is used by Pein, the Akatsuki leader, and his subordinates in tandem to forcibly drain the spirit and chakra of the tailed beasts from their hosts, then seal it in a large statue. The jutsu takes three days to complete. Kisame Hoshigaki commented that the jutsu takes longer without Orochimaru present, though whether this means that Orochimaru created the jutsu, or that the presence of all ten Akatsuki members is necessary for the greatest efficiency is unknown.
To prepare for the jutsu, Pein summons the sealing statue and each member stands on one of its fingers, corresponding to their specific ring finger. When performed, this jutsu causes the bit to fall out of the mouth of the statue. Each of the Akatsuki members present then concentrate, causing the kanji of their rings to appear on the nail of the finger they're standing on. Nine dragon-like effigies then pour from the statue's mouth, surround the captured host, and remove the tailed beast from them (the process seems quite agonizing to the host). In the case of an unsealed tailed beast, the same thing happens to the beast itself.