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Ninjas from Japan.

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Kelsey Edington

on 4 May 2010

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1. history of the ninja. the 1st ninja was originally called a shinobi. people normally dont use ninjas. they use spies or assasins instead. hi the japanese say that ninjas originated from demons that where half man and half crow. originally a ninjas art and stealth started in 600-900 A.D. THE 1ST NINJA EVER KNOWN TO THE JAPANESE IS,....... OTOMONO SAHOTO. 2. what kind of responsibility of a ninja have? the responsibility of a ninja is very important. you would no this because they have to go threw years and years of training. ninjas also have the responsibility to make sure that they have a good undercover disguise. they also have to make sure that they dont get caught. an example of a beginner ninja in training is the picture you are about to see. what do you have to do to become a ninja? 1st you have to no and study everything about ninjitsu. then u have to go into martial arts training and that is where your journey into becoming a ninja starts. there are 18 basic things that you have to learn in ninja training they say that a real ninjas mission is not to kill. there heart should be as kind and as pure as a flower. spiritual refinement
chain and sickle weapon
fire and explosives
unarmed combat
sword fighting
stick and staff fighting
throwing blades
spear fighting
disguise and impersonation
stealth methods
water training
military strategy
escaping and concealment
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