The traditional Japanese art of stealth, camouflage, and sabotage, developed in feudal times for espionage and now practiced as a martial art.
- Each year, there are foreigners who turn up at Nawa Sensei's dojo looking for ninjutsu or inquiring about whether he'll accept someone as a student.
- Profusely illustrated with step-by-step photo sequences and reproductions of ancient artwork, it's a must-have for anyone interested in judo, jujutsu, aikido or bujinkan ninjutsu.
- Even the Japanese at that time knew it only through TV shows and comic books and I suppose a lot of people nowadays think ninjutsu is flying around in the air, swimming under-water - doing superhuman feats.
Japanese, from nin 'stealth' + jutsu 'art, science'.
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