Ninja: Ancient Shadow Warriors of Japan (The Secret History of Ninjutsu)
Tuttle Publishing, 2013/07/30 - 208 ページ
Ninjutsu is the most renowned and misunderstood of all martial arts. The long history of ninjutsu is often murky; surrounded by mystery and legend. Here, for the first time, is an in-depth, factual look at the entire art of ninjutsu, including the emergence of the ninja warriors and philosophy in feudal Japan; detailed historical events; its context in the development of other schools of martial arts; and the philosophies and exercises of the school today.
Based on more than ten years of study and translation of authentic Japanese texts, including many that have never before been translated, this is the most comprehensive and accurate study on the art of ninjutsu ever written outside of Japan. This ninja book includes studies of ninjutsu history, philosophy, wisdom, and presents a wide range of information from authors, historians, chronicles and scrolls in order to foster a deep understanding of this "shadowy" art.
For those who train in ninjutsu, for other martial art practitioners, for historians, and for anyone with interest in Japanese feudal history or Japanese martial arts, The Ninja: Ancient Shadow Warriors of Japan shines a light on this enigmatic subject.
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Appendix B History of Daitōryū Aikijūjutsu
Appendix C Timeline of Japanese Martial Arts
Appendix D Alternative Names for Ninja
Appendix E The Aikikai Foundation
Appendix F Densho and Makimono of Ninjutsu
Appendix G Historical Chronology of the Ninja
Chapter 7 Conclusion
Appendix A History and Definition of Jūjutsu
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