Ninjutsu, History and Tradition

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Unique Publications, 1981 - Sports & Recreation - 239 pages
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This is the only book on the art of ninjutsu written by Dr. Masaaki Hatsumi, the 34th-generation leader of the togakure-ryu ninjutsu tradition. This best-seller contains training and fighting secrets known only to the ninja of ancient Japan.

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User Review  - PJ Ferguson - Goodreads

The book was written by a younger Soke Hatsumi. As such it is the views of younger less experienced grand master. The book is good and dose give a good introduction to the art but compared to his ... Read full review

Review: Ninjutsu History and Tradition

User Review  - Goodreads

The book was written by a younger Soke Hatsumi. As such it is the views of younger less experienced grand master. The book is good and dose give a good introduction to the art but compared to his ... Read full review

Contents

THE ESSENCE OF NINJUTSU
THE HISTORICAL NINJA
6
TAIJUTSU UNARMED COMBAT
24
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