This obstacle was composed of three cylindrical beams, all of which were about 150 centimeters long.
- The first beam was made of wood and was the most crooked of the three beams.
- The second beam was completely rounded and was made of a much less sturdier material, bamboo. Both of these beams had a rope dangling halfway across to aid competitors in traversing this obstacle.
- The third and final beam was composed of steel, and had less supports than the previous two beams. In addition there was no rope to aid the competitors.
- Unlike the previous beams, once competitors set foot on the steel beam, it began to shake vigorously, making it the most difficult to traverse.
It showed, as this beam was by far the deadliest, and every failure that occurred on this obstacle, happened here. This obstacle proved to be especially deadly in the 7th tournament, taking out both Nishimura Chie and The Queen of KUNOICHI Miyake Ayako.
The strict time limit helped contribute to the Burandou failures in 7, as Nishimura cleared the obstacle but ran out of time before she could press the button and Miyake failed the obstacle with little time on the clock. To this day, this is the only obstacle in KUNOICHI history to have taken out Miyake, and her failure gave the obstacle a lethal status.
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