(曲の国, "Kyoku no Kuni", English TV: "Song Country")
A country known for its many great singers. The people in the country all value singing skills and train from young ages to be able to do it well. Some of them have learned to amplify their voices using chakra although not being shinobi. There is a wonderful partnership between the Land of Music and Land of Songs. Every year the two nations get together and hold a giant music festival where millions come from around the world. The terrain is quite diverse from deserts in the east to snow mountains in the north.
(睡眠の国, "Suimin no Kuni", English TV: "Sleep Country")
A landlocked nation known for its low plains and peaceful nature. Some of the trees in the Sleep Country give off a peculiar gas in the summer and spring time and if one lingers in one place or another for two long they will fall asleep. Some individuals even die as a result of never waking up. The Land of Sleep has sour relations with the Land of Conflict and the Land of Bells on either side of its borders. Its closest ally is the Land of Silence. Many attribute the peace possessed by the peoples of this land to a priestess who is chosen very generation to sleep her entire life; she is actually meditating into the Spiritual Plane and warding off potentially dangerous and wicked spirits, keeping them out of the Land of Sleep's domain.
(竜の国, "Ryu no Kuni", English TV: "Dragon Country")
An island nation in the east Temujin continent. In many cases, the country is considered to be a continent of itself. Isolated from the rest of the world, the Dragon Country keeps apart from world affairs mostly. The people have its own language and culture which is quite similar to that found on the Teikokutoji Continent. Its most noteworthy attribute is its namesake - the Dragon Country was once full of dragons but they were hunted to near extinction some one thousand years ago.
The Wani Ocean (海洋の和邇, “Kaiyō no Wani“, Viz: "Crocodile Ocean") is the ocean separating the Shinobi continent from the Temujin continent. It is dotted with islands and is an essential mode of travel for world economies, making up some 25% of all trade in the world. For some odd reason, however, boats come up missing in the ocean periodically when drawing too close to islands. Either that or entire crews may be vacated from a boat only for a "ghost ship" to be seen sailing aimlessly through the blue waters.