Gekkoumaru Tsubame Gaeshi (
Inazuma Eleven AC: Dream Battle
Inazuma Eleven AC: All Stars
Nosaka used this technique during the match between Inazuma Japan and Eternal Dancers. With the shot, he managed to break through Alek Akbar's Boukyaku no Sonata, scoring the equalizing goal for Inazuma Japan, making the score 2-2.
The user kicks the ball up in the air and crouches with their back towards the now appearing glowing moon. As a harvest-like area surrounds the user, the ball appears and falls down from the moonlight which is aligned with the actual moon. When the ball nears the user, the area goes pitch black and all you can see is one slash across the ball from the users foot. When it lightens up again, the user strikes the ball once again this time with their heel, sending it flying towards the opponents goal, glowing in a yellow moon-like aura.
- Gekkou (月光) in Gekkoumaru (月光丸) means moonlight, which is the symbol of Nosaka and his hissatsu.
- Tsubame Gaeshi (燕返し) is a reference to the famous Japanese swordsman Sasaki Kojirou's technique.
- His celebration after scoring the second goal in episode 9 is also a reference to Nōtō (納刀), which is resheating a katana.