The Mashou Kabe was an obstacle in Stage 3 that was the final obstacle in KUNOICHI 7. It was never attempted but appears to be a more elaborate version of the Sending Climber and Hang Climbing from SASUKE. It is a gigantic rock wall with four sections that the competitor must cross. First, they must grab a rope and swing to the wall. They must first cross a horizontal wall, using the narrow empty spaces on it to cross it. They must then transition to a vertical wall that is 90 degrees to the left of the first wall, which also has empty spaces, but the women must climb up this wall instead of crossing it. They then face the third section, which is at a more severe acute angle than the Sending Climber and Hang Climbing. They must now use rock-climbing artifacts scattered on the wall to climb up, the final section straightens up to the level of the Ukari from KUNOICHI 5 but is slightly more than double the height of the third section to compensate for this. It is also scattered with rock-climbing artifacts. When the course was re-created as a racing competition in KUNOICHI 8, the Mashou Kabe and the remainder of Stage 3 was replaced with the Flying Roll.