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Hokage Monument

1. Hokage Monument- Konoha's eye-catching landmark, the great stone-carved faces of the Konoha's
successive Hokage loom over the village and watch over it from their place on the mountain.

1a. ANBU HQ- Hidden deep within the monument lies ANBU's secret headquarters. A large earthen
structure that only ever sees artificial light, it makes for a foreboding place that only members of
ANBU and high-ranking officials of the village are aware of.

1b. Evacuation Shelter- Built into the higher levels of the monument, this passage allows for the safe
evacuation of civilians and young children in the wake of a direct attack on the village. It is stocked
well with supplies and littered with traps to cut off pursuit in case of emergency.

1c. Archive- Located in the side of the mountain, this is where all the highest security knowledge of
the village is analyzed, decoded, and stored.

Ninja Services and Administration

2. Aviary- The center of communications, this spiraling structure houses hundreds of different birds,
individually named and color-coded for their speed and efficiency in delivering messages.

3. Academy- A complex collection of interwoven buildings, the Academy encompasses more than just
the classrooms for its up-and-coming students. It also plays host to foreign dignitaries, with spacious
meeting rooms, and houses the village's impressive library for research.

4. Hokage Tower- The administrative center of the village, the Hokage spends most of their time here
making appointments, organizing and assigning missions, receiving reports and issuing orders.
They're supported by specially selected staff.

Public Service Buildings

8. Konoha Hospital- The first place to look for medical care, everything from routine check-ups to risky
operations are performed by Konoha's skilled medical staff.

25. Police Station- Run primarily by the Uchiha clan, they help ease village discord among civilians
and shinobi alike, and are among the first to react to crisis.

Recreation and Training

28. Forest of Death- One of Konoha's forbidden training grounds, the Forest of Death is off-limits to
anyone without special permission. Sometimes used in the Chuunin Exams, this area plays host to
very large, wild animals and more than a few deadly surprises.
29. Stadium- Generally used for the Chuunin exam finals, this domed structure lies mostly abandoned
and is only occasionally used as a practice ground or for large demonstrations.

30. Park- Large, winding stairs makes up half of Konoha's official park. It offers great views of the
village and it's often a quiet place to relax, with the children's playground situated on the far side of
the area.

33. Hot Springs District- A branch of the Naka river is diverted here, the water heated throughout an
entire district made up of onsen and specialty stores. It's the perfect tourist attraction.

A-G. Training Ground Areas- Konoha is home to over fifty different training fields spread throughout
the village. Some are more dangerous than others, but most are peaceful areas set up with training
posts or courses of varying difficulties.

Shopping and Dining

7. Red Lantern- Konoha's most popular bar and located just down the street from the Jounin Station.
Needless to say, many of Konoha's elite can frequently be found here in varying degrees of sobriety.

9. Tea Avenue- The assortment of food stands and restaurants along this road make for one of
Konoha's busiest streets.

10. Amaiguriama- A shop specializing in tea and sweets, this establishment is very popular among the
village's youth and anyone otherwise possessed of a sweet tooth.

11. Yamanaka Flowers- A shop situated on the corner of Tea Avenue supplied and run by the
Yamanaka clan. A wide variation of lovely flowers can be bought here for any occasion.

12. Yakiniku Q- A nice sit-down restaurant where grills are built into the tables and raw food is
supplied to be cooked to personal perfection.

13. Ichiraku Ramen- The best ramen in all of Konoha, this food stand boasts noodles that some say
can rival the Land of Noodles.

15. Shopping District- A large, multi-level marketplace where shops and stands sell everything from
basic weaponry or clothing to toys and imported wares.

16. Movie Theatre- Pictures and words come to life! See your favorite novels and romantic tales
played out on the big screen in Konoha's first and only theatre!

17. Shushuya- A restaurant/bar that serves its own unique brand of sake and large platter dishes. The
sake and yakitori served here are both very popular.

26. Milani Forge- Stationed next to the Naka River, the Milani Forge specializes in weaponry and
provide some of the best equipment in the village.

5. Jounin Station- This is where the village's Jounin are usually housed and remain during off-duty
hours. Located so closely to the Hokage Mansion, they're able to react quickly in times of crisis.

6. Hokage Residence- Contrary to popular belief, the Hokage doesn't actually live behind their desk.
They have a separate, designated building to eat, sleep, and study when time permits.

22. Guest Apartments- A set of buildings set aside for foreign shinobi and visitors. Located near the
village gate closest to the travel seal.

Clan Holdings and Compounds

14. Hyuuga Compound- Located in the heart of the village, white walls close off unwanted eyes and
noise. Casual passersby will not be permitted and attempted intrusions are not advised.

19. Nara Forest- The vast forest that stretches east of the village belongs largely to the Nara clan.
Known for their contributions to medicines and their manipulation of shadows, only members of the
clan are allowed entry.

23. Kurama Clan- A small clan possessed of talented genjutsu wielders, they often keep to themselves
in this secluded part of the village.

24. Uchiha District- Unofficially the designated residential zone for the Uchiha clan, they -unlike some
other clans- live peacefully among the civilian residents of the village.

27. Akimichi Estate- A grand estate that displays the power and prosperity of their clan, the Akimichi
make for the kindest hosts a guest could ask for- if a little overly passionate about food. If ever
invited, bring an empty stomach.

31. Aburame Clan- Content to live in a small, forested part of the village, the Aburame are an isolated
clan that have reached an unspoken understanding with the surrounding villagers- peace in exchange
for a contained bug population.

32. Inuzuka Holdings- Quite unlike the Aburame, the Inuzuka clan are a wild bunch and take up
considerably more space with their canine companions. Cat owners beware.

18. Reservoir- A large space where much of Konoha's stores of water are kept and distributed
throughout the village.

20. Memorial Stone- A large, glossy stone inscribed with the names of heroic shinobi that were killed
in action in the defense of their village.

21. Cemetery- A large, grassy field where Konoha's fallen shinobi are visited by their friends and

Konoha River
The river branches off into much smaller pieces not pictured above before going underground and
under the cliff face sitting over Konoha.
Ninja Services and Administration
1. Kazekage Tower- A weather-worn building that's withstood and been shaped by Sunagakure's
sandstorms for decades. No less can be said of it's Kazekage or the administrative staff that support
him within.

12. Academy- Sunagakure's hopeful are given the base training necessary to become one of the
village's fierce protectors.

14. Puppet Corps- The shinobi that receive specialized training here in the kugutsu arts are the pride
of the village.

15. Intelligence Sector- Looking just about identical to Suna's general infrastructure, the quiet pursuit
and exchange of information is nothing more than a whisper on the wind.

16. Aviary- Hawks used for a means of communication for both national and international purposes
can be found here.

23. ANBU Headquarters- Shadowed by the overhanging cliff, Sunagakure's elite of the elite operate in
this far-off structure.

28. Library- For the literary-inclined to read up on everything from the history of kugutsu and flashy
fuuton jutsu, to the art of digging wells.

31. Project Testing Area- Strictly forbidden to all but the highest-ranking shinobi, this area is often
highly dangerous.

Public Service Buildings

18. Hospital- The wounded are treated here, with a few separate rooms set aside for intensive

19. Administrative Sector- Civilian complaints and domestic affairs are primarily held in this sector,
functioning as a sort of overflow from the Hokage Tower when the volume gets a bit too high.

Recreation and Training

10. Public Baths- Nothing beats the heat quite like a refreshing dip in Sunagakure's public baths. Pools
come in different sizes and and temperatures.

17. Arena- Every few years, village shinobi take the time to empty out this sand pit to reveal a proper
arena underneath.

20. Park- A playground for children of all ages to play and compete.

21. Art District- Think this desert village lacks culture? Galleries in this district are full of paintings,
fancy pottery, art supplies, and even make-up.

29. Affinity Training Field- Chakra natures don't come easy, so pull up a bit of dirt and see what

32. Weapon Training Field- A hazardous area not quite as dangerous as Project Testing, but most will
still want to leave this field to those training and do their best not to get in the way of one another.

33. Guest Training Area- For Sunagakure's foreign guests, these training fields are dedicated to their
use, or otherwise used as overflow when necessary.

Shopping and Dining

2. Food Market- Includes Suna's unique delicacies alongside the usual standard fare. Scorpion on a
stick is popular with the locals.

3. Shopping District- The go-to place for usual domestic needs, but also home to a few pricey bits of
fabric and specialty wares.

4. General Weapons- They're nothing pretty to look at, but Suna's blades are sharp, and it's the only
place to find their unique long-bladed kunai.

5. Bookstore- Books mostly of the entertaining and fictional brands are found here for purchase.
There's also a newstand and the store owners can import foreign reading material on request.

13. Puppetry Supply- Everything from basic wooden constructs to deadly poisons and stealth weapons
are sold here.

22. Movie Theater- Most often frequented for how cool the interior is, the theatre can accommodate a
surprisingly large amount of people and is sometimes used as a grand meeting room.

24. Bazaar- A winding, indoor marketplace where exotic goods are sold and are ever-changing.

25. Grill Pit- A popular local hangout, both civilians and shinobi gather here on pleasant days to have
a good old-fashioned cook out and exchange gossip or training tips.

6. Guest Housing- For Sunagakure's esteemed guests, enjoy a semi-decent view of the cliff-side and
the expanse of desert beyond it.

7. Jounin Housing- This sector houses Sunagakure's elite in a building well-equipped to handle both
sandstorms and surprise attacks.

8. Family housing- Multi-level complexes built specifically for both civilians and shinobi families.
Complete with rooftop terraces for enjoying the night air.

27. Kazekage Residence- The Kazekage's home away from home, when he needs to sleep and study
without interruption.

9. Water Storage Reservoir- What just might be the most important location in the village, the
reservoirs holds the village's most precious commodity- water- and it's heavily guarded.

11. Water Treatment Facility- In getting most of their water from ground wells, it's treated here to
ensure the village's widespread health. Also under heavy guard.

26. Dry Food Storage- This building houses what is essentially emergency rations in case of attack,
severe storms, or significant drought.

30. Greenhouses- With extremely limited land on which to plant anything but the hardiest plants,
these greenhouses store precious herbs and plants not otherwise found in the desert.
Ninja Services and Administration
1. Mizukage Spire- The headquarters of the Mizukage, their office and any other administrative offices
are housed here, including mission distribution and report reception. The structure is well fortified and
guarded against external (and internal) attacks.

2. Archives- This building houses the archival history and mission information for the village and its
ninja, including resources about enemy ninja past and present, the history of the various Kiri
uprisings, and highly classified information on the kekkei genkai of those in the village.

3. Library- Focused on primarily ninja-related research, there are both open access and restricted

4. Intelligence Department- Intel is closely guarded and no one may enter this building without the
proper clearance. Somewhere within this building is also the home of the Cypher Division, Kiri's secret
intelligence squad, but very few know anything about it.

6. Aviary- The building houses birds used for carrying messages over long distances. They are
primarily used for ninja-related purposes, but can be utilized by civilians as well.

7. Academy- This is the school where children are trained to be ninja. In the not-so-distant past,
academy students were forced to kill each other in order to graduate. The practice was discontinued
when the entire graduating class of students was massacred by (non-student) Momochi Zabuza.

10. Anbu/Hunter Nin Facility- The barracks, training fields, and administrative offices for ANBU and the
Hunter Ninja (a unique division of ANBU tasked with hunting down Kiri's extensive list of missing-nin)
are housed here.

Public Service Buildings

STINKIN' BANDAGES! Kiri ninja may rarely seek out medical attention, but just in case they really
need it, a hospital staff is on hand. If they forget to dose patients with painkillers...well, they're just
toughening them up.

Recreation and Training

14. Hot Springs- Publicly accessible hot springs, perfect for a good soak.

15. Public Baths- Perfect for cleaning up after a long journey.

16. Stadium- When Kiri hosts a Chunin Exam, this is the stadium where combatants fight. When not
in use for exams, other contests--often deadly--may be held here.

A-F. Public Training Areas- Open to ninja and civilians alike, these open fields have basic training posts
and plenty of area in which to test your skills.

Shopping and Dining

13. Market District- Filled with grocers and food-stands with local food and imports, this is the place to
find the makings for dinner.

18. Gambling Houses- A seedy part of town, this is where high-rollers come to gamble and ninja come
to drink and spend their mission pay. Nearby is also the Red-Light District.

20. Restaurant Lane- An area known for its eateries.

23. Leisure District- Stroll through this district where shopping, entertainment, and restaurants are all
found in one place.

5. Mizukage Mansion- Home of the Mizukage, this is a well-guarded and well-furnished residence that
very few are permitted access to.

17. Guest Lodgings- When non-residents visit Kiri, this is where they stay. The area is well-guarded,
but not for the benefit of the guests.

Clan Holdings and Compounds

8. Terumi Estate- Home of the Terumi family, notably Terumi Mei. The family possesses the kekkei
genkai for Lava Release ninjutsu and Boil Release ninjutsu.

9. Milani Estate- Home of the Milani family; weapon makers and sellers, they pride themselves on
having the best forges in the village.

11. Hoshigaki Compound- Family home of Hoshigaki Kisame, the "Monster of the Hidden Mist."

12. Hozuki Holdings- Lands held by the Hozuki Clan, whose specialty is the Hydrification Technique.
This was the clan of the second Mizukage, Hozuki Gengetsu.

19. Yuki Compound- Known as the "cursed" Yuki Clan, who possess the Ice Release kekkei genkai,
this family rarely ever manifests their talents anymore and seem to put out many civilians instead,
though they're watched none the less.

21. Okumura Sector- Residences of the blue fire Okumura Clan, an offshoot of the Yuki Clan.

22. Kaguya Estate- Residence of the Kaguya Clan, whose skilled members have been in decline
because of their high instances of turning on their handlers. There hasn't been a viable member of this
clan in public in several years.
All buildings have a door on the roof for use in winter.

Ninja Services and Administration

1. Tsuchikage Building- A low building with several satellites attached, it's the center of the village,
and where all shinobi go for their assignments.

2. Library- A two level building, above ground and underground, the Library keeps all fragile pieces
below while the more durable things stay in village circulation.

13. Intelligence- This is where ciphers, spies, and the odd prisoner come to be.

17. Aviary- Equipped with bigger birds than the typical aviary, anyone can use them to send letters
and packages.

20. Academy- This is one of the better spread out buildings in the village, but it's where the young are
taught to ninja, so that just makes sense.

22. Archives- This is where all paperwork comes to live once it's no longer readily relevant.

30. ANBU Headquarters- ANBU are trained, sleep, and live in this building from the day they come in
to the day they leave the force to the normal Shinobi forces.

Public Service Buildings

29. Hospital- Come get tended! They really don't' want to see you too often guys.

Recreation and Training

5. Hot Springs- In winter this place is practically overflowing with people, but it's not exactly slow in
spring either.

6. Park- This park is a nice open area where people can look at the trees in summer, but in winter it
turns into a place for an army of snowmen during the snow building competition.

11. Stadium- When the Chunin Exams come around, this is where the feats of skill get shown off.

12. Waypoint- This tower is a standing monument to the exams, and every year it's held, potentials
are sent here before being led blindfolded into the mountains. They have to return to this tower to
move on.
A-E. Training Areas- THese are varied areas for training open to everyone in the village.

F-G. Guest Training Areas- These are a pair of small training areas set aside for guests. Most other
people don't bother with them unless there is absolutely nowhere else open.

Shopping and Dining

3. Cocoa Shop- A shop that sells more drinks than just its name, it's also incredibly well known for its
range of cookies.

4. Fine Dined- This place's name is somewhat deceptive, because it's less fine dining and more simply
excellent food. Hearty and filling is the goal here.

7. Ryou Filter- This place is known for drinking money... but then, it's a gambling hall so that's

8. Winter Emporium- This store caters to the winter worries. Roof reinforcement, window covers,
heavy coats, candles, and fire wood. This is the place to go for it all.

9. The Alehouse- Did someone say alcohol? This place has the best, with several locally brewed styles
not found anywhere else in the elemental nations... and the food is good too.

18. Fine Forging- If you need weapons, this is the best place in town.

19. Rui's Gear- Weapon pouches, seal paper, mesh armor? This place has it all, and they will cover
your ninja needs.

21. Sensei's Treat- If you need something sweet, this is a place to be. They have cakes, dango, and
all manner of teas both hot and cold.

23. Cloth Catalyst- The fashionable place to get your clothes. And reasonable prices too.

24. Movie Theater- Come see a movie here! Even if they're sometimes a couple months late due to

25. Mei's Books- This bookstore sells both used and new.

26. The Tradehouse- A unique feature, this building is a place where you can come with whatever
goods you have, be it food, weapons, blankets, and trade it with anyone who will make a deal with
you. No complaining. The management takes strong exception to people who try to go back on a deal
without good reason.

27. Pretty Pets- The pet store of Iwa! Admittedly, it doubles as a place for nin-animals without a
home, but what can you do?

28. Winsome Wonder- This music store sells both instruments and things to play recordings on, but
the big attraction is the atrium out back where small concerts can be played.

10. Guest Housing- Of course foreign shinobi and dignitaries have a place to stay in this complex
building of apartments.
16. Tsuchikage Mansion- The leader of the village has to live somewhere... and it might as well be in

Clan Holdings and Compounds

14. Kamizuru Fields- The only clan who regularly uses their clan name, this family has a corner and
fields set aside to tend to their bees. Their property has greenhouses as well.

15. Winter Storehouses- Iwa is known for their hash winters, and these storehouses are loaded up
with any food that can be preserved over the summer months.
Please note that all buildings are built around and inside cliff faces, including personal dwellings.
Because of this, there are many stairways inside the mountains, and rope bridges between important

Ninja Services and Administration

1. Raikage Office- Administrative Ahoy! The Raikage has the best view, but the deeper you go into the
mountain, the more administrative everything you find.

2. Library- Placed on one of the taller mountains, it's something of a hike to get up to it, and there are
many little shops and residences scattered along the cliffs underneath it. But hey, if you want a book
they have, it's worth it, right?

4. Academy- Where young shinobi to be are trained up! It's not unheard of for families with young
kids to get priority in the housing surrounding the school, since no one wants there to be a falling
accident. Thus, it's rare to have a family living nearby that doesn't have at least one child.

5. Intelligence- Set on a comfortably hard to get to bit of mountain, this building is where prisoners
are dragged and spy networks are maintained from.

7. Watchtower- Located on the most vulnerable section of the village, this perch serves as a lookout
and checkpoint for anyone coming into the village. State your business.

15. Archive- Kept on the upper slant away from the flood areas, this is where all reports and files end

17. ANBU Headquarters- Secured more underground than most of the village buildings, the ANBU
headquarters are where the ANBU all train and work, most of the time.

24. Aviary- The birds are friendly, and there's almost never any issues getting to them. They also
know to bring replies right to the person who sent them out instead of making people haul off tot he
aviary to check.

Public Service Buildings

3. Hospital- Carefully placed essentially smack dab in the middle of the village, this building probably
has the most bridges of any. Then again, it's a hospital. It's well loved.

Recreation and Training

9. Training Plateau- The most popular in-village training area, the plateau is just like it sounds. A nice
big flat space of rock. Please be careful, there aren't handrails.

11. Arena- Chunin exams ahoy! Of course, there's also periodic game events hosted here, and its
another place to train, so there's that.

22. Music Hall- Music music everywhere! The top level is a performance area that's rather spacious
and conducts sound beautifully. The under-level seels instruments and music sheets, as well as

25. Public Baths- This is one of the lower buildings in the village, mainly because it's wide and smack
on top of its mountain with a fine canopy overhead to keep out prying eyes. It's nevertheless a
popular place to go.

Shopping and Dining

13. Grand BBQ House- What it says on the tin, people. This is the best place to get meat off the grill
and BBQed both, though it's unfortunate to say it's a bit pricey because small game is easier to come
by in the area than big.

16. Grocery- Need groceries? These guys can help. Come here for all your home shopping needs.
They'll even help you carry it home!

18. Weapons and Leather- A shinobi supply store! These guys cover weapons, and by that they have a
line on an excellent supply of swords, as well as armor, exploding tags, and a vast variety of other
shinobi goods.

20. Grand Boutique- Clothes, clothes everywhere. Shinobi grade fashion friendly is the style of the
day, and you can special order anything you want in any color if they can't satisfy you off the rack.

21. Art Emporium- Half and half art museum and art store, you can buy pretty much everything in
this building, and have fun looking at it too. Most sales displays are tactically placed around art that
used those mediums to be created.

23. Movie Theater- Placed high up over the water, and admittedly taking a bit of ambition to get to,
the movie theater none the less is worth the jaunt, as the surround sound system is excellent.

6. Jounin Waystation- Need a place to crash for a day or three? Between missions and don't want to
bother with an apartment? This is where you want to be! If you're a jounin anyway.

8. Foreign Housing- Coming to visit Kumo? They have a mountainside just for you. Enjoy that
wonderful view.

10. Flood Retreat- Some points of the village just didn't manage to get the elevation needed to keep
them out of the flood-path when waters rise in the spring. While people have learned, and building low
enough for this to be a problem is rare, there is still the odd flood season that wipes out the lower
buildings. People have to live somewhere while their house gets relocated. Again.

14. Raikage Residence- The Raikage have all traditionally lived here... usually with the eight tails

Clan Holdings and Compounds

12. Nii Residence- Most notable because of their abilities, this clan often have been given the honor of
housing the two tails, and as such have an excellent reputation.

19. Yotsuki Estate- Known often as the right hand family of Kumo, they're one of the groups that are
known for their name, and are rather proud of it. They even have a nice estate with satellite buildings.