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The Hashinsho (破心衝 Hashinshou?, "Crushing Heart Piercer") is one of Ibuki's special attacks, introduced as her third Super Art in Street Fighter III: New Generation, as well as her second Ultra Combo in Super Street Fighter IV.

Hashinsho was replaced with Yami Shigure in 3rd Strike.

Appearance Function Input
Street Fighter III: New Generation
Street Fighter III: 2nd Impact
Super Art I Quarter-circle forwardQuarter-circle forward + Kick
Super Street Fighter IV Ultra Combo II Quarter-circle forwardQuarter-circle forward + All 3 kick buttons
Ibuki 469

Description[edit | edit source]

Street Fighter III series[edit | edit source]

Ibuki throws a backhand fist, followed by a series of heel kicks ended by a kick similar to her close standing hard kick.

Super Street Fighter IV[edit | edit source]

Ibuki's kunai barrage in Super Street Fighter IV.

Ibuki starts the move with a backhand punch, then a heel kick that looks similar to her far Standing Heavy Kick, followed by a Kazegiri. If the kick connects with her opponent, an animation will ensue, wherein she will kick-jump from their torso and unleash a barrage of kunais. As the opponent attempts to block, the kunais chip away at their health, and Ibuki air-dashes towards them and grabs them, slamming them into the ground.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • It is one of the few Super Arts that was changed in the Street Fighter III series.
    • The replacement of this Super Art with Yami Shigure makes her one of the few characters with more than 3 Super Arts in the overall series (the others being Yun, Yang and Akuma).
  • Hashinsho and Yami Shigure have never appeared at the same time as part of Ibuki's moveset in any of her appearances.
  • Every hit of the III era of the attack recycles an animation of Ibuki's regular attacks.

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