Susanō (スサノオ) is a Ninja Art used by Kagura that appears throughout the Senran Kagura series.
Kagura flies to the center of the screen, and flips it upside-down. She then flies to the left of the screen and tears three rifts in space, summoning large swords from them, before flying to the right and doing the same thing. Afterwards, she flies back to the center and summons five more rifts, the outer four releasing swords before the center. The screen then returns to normal.
((Kagura's Ultimate Secre Ninja Art: Requires 5 Ninja art scrolls))
This attack's execution changes dramatically in Estival Versus, though it retains some uniform elements from its previous game. Kagura summons a multitude of large, red swords in a circular formation, the center of which containing the same symbol present in her eyes. She then flies upside-down above it, before it releases a large burst of energy, causing the swords to disappear.
- Susanoo is derived from the ocean and storm god of Shinto mythology, born out from Izanagi's nose while he was cleansing his face after visiting from the underworld, failing to retrieve Izanami. He was also known as the brother of the sun goddess Amaterasu and the moon God Tsukuyomi.
- Occasionally when using this attack in Estival Versus, she will claim that it was what ended the life of Yamata no Orochi. This refers to how Susano'o is said to have slain Orochi by getting it drunk and decapitating all of its heads. Strangely enough, though, the attack she actually used to kill Orochi in Deep Crimson was Izanagi.