@ both Neo and KYF: T/S jutsu is (by how every jutsu oficially branded as so operates) any jutsu that transports a certain object from point A from point B without crossing all the points inbetween. That's why Summoning and Reverse Summoning ARE T/S jutsu, since the first brings the summon from its habitat to the summoner and the opposite is true for the latter.
That said, the technique Sasuke used to grab shurikens from his bracelets ISN'T T/S jutsu, is Fuuinjutsu, since the shurikens are sealed beforehand and unsealed in battle, not summoned. Also, Amaterasu ISN'T T/S jutsu just because it is casted away from the caster (which can be explained easily by an effect akin to light enhanced by a lens), it simply lacks any reference to any point A it'd have to come from. If one says the caster, then all jutsu would be T/S. So, unless there is evidence on the manga itself of an origin exotic to the caster/battle, Amaterasu can't be T/S (along with being classified as an elemental jutsu, because there isn't any reference of any basic element being able to modify the space/time continuum as a T/S jutsu does, so it's logical to infer no elemental jutsu is a T/S jutsu).
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