The Ninja and Their Secret Fighting Art

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C.E. Tuttle Company, 1981 - Sports & Recreation - 156 pages
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The author recounts his ninjutsu training, demonstrates unarmed and armed combat techniques, and discusses the philosophical beliefs of the ninja

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This is a cool look at ninja history, philosphy and techniques. Read full review

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About the author (1981)

Stephen K. Hayes was inducted into the prestigious Black Belt Hall of Fame for his years of pioneering work in introducing the Japanese ninja martial art to the American public. Hayes was awarded the extremely rare Ju-dan Tenth Degree Black Belt license by grandmaster Masaaki Hatsumi of Chiba-ken, Japan. He is the founder of the martial art of To-Shin Do, a contemporary mind and body self-protection system based on ancient ninja martial arts principles updated and adapted for application to modern threats and pressures.

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