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In this special training course, you will learn how to control your mind and discipline yourself, as well as the basic combat techniques of Ninjitsu.
After 5 days, you will get a Kirigami (certificate).
- You can learn the basic skills practiced by the Ninja in 5 days! An interpreter is available at each of the sessions.
- Our Ninja instructor(s) will be with you for the full 5 days - you'll learn from him or her about Ninja, and other aspects of Japanese culture!
- Experience the focus and discipline of the world of Ninja!
- You will also cook and eat Japanese food with the master Ninja!
- Not only will you learn the techniques, but also go to Onsen (Japanese hot spring)! Total relaxation - Japanese style!
Pick up at your hotel in Tokyo.
We require the guests to prepare their own meals using the lodge kitchen.
What you need to bring
- Comfortable clothes for 5 days.
- Bring an extra sweater; it sometimes gets cold in mountain areas.
- English (Fluent)
- 日本語 (Fluent)
My name is Shibata Vanessa. I'm the head of a ninja-samurai clan named Musashi Ichizoku. If you study a bit of the Japanese history, you'll come across a name "Shibata Katsuie" , my ancestor who fought the Battle of Shizugatake in 1583.
Our ancestors worked for Tokugawa Shogunate Government for 265 years, and we have kept our traditions to this date.
I started a ninja tour to offer international visitors, especially families, a chance to see something authentic and interesting at the same time, in addition to introducing our legacy to the general public in Japan and to giving my young shinobi friends some chances to share their arts and thoughts.
My dojo (training place) is located near a JR station.
At our dojo in Tokyo, you'll see nimpo taijutsu based on my samurai-ninja weapon-smith family legacy of 420 years. We'll show you the very basics skills of a ninja, which are perhaps enough for the general public who want to get a glimpse of our legacy. Coming here, you will find that there are still shinobis in the world today.
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