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The Yami Shigure (闇時雨? "Darkness Autumn Rain") is Ibuki's third Super Art in Street Fighter III: 3rd Strike. Yami Shigure replaced Hashinsho, Ibuki's third Super Art in New Generation and 2nd Impact, making it the only Super Art that was changed in the Street Fighter III series.

Appearance Function Input
Street Fighter III series Super Art Arcade Stick QCFArcade Stick QCF + Arcade Button Punch


Street Fighter III seriesEdit

Executed by performing two quarter-circle forward motions and pressing punch, Ibuki throws three kunai into the ground directly in front of her. If these kunai hit the opponent, she will then perform several dashing attacks back and forth past the opponent.

Street Fighter X TekkenEdit

The move is used during Ibuki's Cross Art.

Ultra Street Fighter IVEdit

The move returns in Ultra Street Fighter IV, where it acts as the EX Special version of Ibuki's Kagenui in OMEGA Mode, and uses two bars of the Super Combo Gauge.


The attack is unusual in that the followup dashes will even initiate if the kunai hit something other than the opponent. For example, Sean's basketball or Dudley's rose can both be hit to start the attack.


Shigure (時雨, lit. Time Rain) is a popular Japanese term for either a drizzle or light rain during the time of late autumn/early winter.


  • The inclusion of this Super Art also makes her one of two characters with more than 3 separate Super Arts in the series (the other being Akuma).


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SFIII 3rd Strike - Yami-Shigure and Ibuki

Demonstration of Sean and Dudley's taunts triggering the Yami Shigure in SFIII.

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