|Rōmaji||Idō no Kobushi|
|Range||Short to Mid|
Fulcrum-based Transference is a unique brand of Taijutsu utilized by members of the Kanō Clan, being guarded as secretly as other clans hide their Hiden-Jutsu. Instead of utilizing simple traditional forms of physical enhancement to improve their combat effectiveness, the Kanō Clan use a fulcrum-based transference skill alongside basic Taijutsu training, which allows them to shift the point and force of impact by striking the dead center of an object. This allows them to transmit the force of impact wherever they so please, as long as a medium exists to transmit their power through.
Their strength in regards to this is further supplemented when skilled practitioners learn how to transmit the physical and spiritual aspects of ones Chakra through the air; also affording practitioners of this art great control over the Yin and Yang Release. This is achieved by collecting the rotational force of one's motion until it forms into a needle. At that point, the collected atmospheric force would then be directed from the circular motion into a straight line - usually via a punch or thrust kick, where it is then sent barreling into the target with an extremely high degree of sheer destructive force which can easily shatter bones when used correctly.
Users of this style refer to it as Transference Fist (移動の拳, Idō no Kobushi) because of its nature, with practitioners being widely acknowledged and respected within Hoshigakure. Its fame is such that even countries outside Hoshigakure have heard of it. As a result, the secret is closely guarded, making it next to impossible for the style to be replicated elsewhere. The greatest practitioner of the style is the current Hoshikage, Meian Kanō.