Hiroshi Jinkawa, one of the leading scholars and practitioners of the ninja arts in Japan, prepares to throw a shuriken, but those who attend his classes will discover that the ninja rarely used them as weapons.
Hiroshi Jinkawa, one of the leading scholars and practitioners of the ninja arts in Japan, prepares to throw a shuriken, but those who attend his classes will discover that the ninja rarely used them as weapons.
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Ninja training – in use of weapons, stealth, meditation – in Japan and online gives insight into mysterious warriors’ lives

  • At Japan’s Odawara Castle Park, a practitioner of the ninja arts shares his skills and knowledge, including sword fighting and weapon throwing
  • Since the pandemic began, he and an Odawara mindfulness teacher have offered online classes, though there is hope that travel rules for tourists will soon be relaxed

Topic |   Japan
Hiroshi Jinkawa, one of the leading scholars and practitioners of the ninja arts in Japan, prepares to throw a shuriken, but those who attend his classes will discover that the ninja rarely used them as weapons.
Hiroshi Jinkawa, one of the leading scholars and practitioners of the ninja arts in Japan, prepares to throw a shuriken, but those who attend his classes will discover that the ninja rarely used them as weapons.
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