The Shadow Warrior

This book tells the story of the origin of real ninja training in the West. In the early 1980s, the word "ninja" was just becoming a household phenomena. Beyond the hype and insanity, there were small groups of dedicated martial artists meeting in classrooms and in training camps around the world, studying the real art of the ninja. Unbeknownst to most, the legacy of the shadow warriors of Japan's past had survived and were embodied by its last remaining heir, a Japanese doctor named Masaaki Hatsumi. The Shadow Warrior sheds light on the real art and culture as seen from the eyes of one of its early American practitioners.

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Ninjutsu: Secret Art...

Covering all aspects of the art of Ninjutsu, this book reveals the secrets of how to develop power through body movement and how to effectively remove an opponent's balance. A wide-ranging introduction looks at the history of Ninjutsu, as well as mental and physical attitude. Featuring additional subjects such as training advice and pressure points, this essential guidebook will promote harmony between the reader's mind and body, a balance rarely examined from a 1,000-year-old martial arts perspective. Buy the paperback version for $19.77 + shipping

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Chi-Haya-Buru

This book explores the mystery and wonderful depth of history found in an exceptionally rare and powerful Japanese Uta that begins with the epitaph - Chi-Haya-Buru. Well laid out and thought-provoking, this book reveals important cultural-historical links that look back to the very origins of Japan; demonstrating why Japanese Uta were prized by ancient nobility and still today remain a valuable Japanese cultural treasure. Buy the e-book for $9.95 or a paperback version for $19.95 + shipping. Allow approximately 2-3 weeks for delivery.

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Densho series...

This “modern” densho should primarily be regarded as basic manual for daily training. It is not a translation of the original densho but an adaptation of the techniques of the individual schools taught in the Bujinkan. In the Japanese language, densho means transmission. Historical densho, which often have been composed in a cryptical way, are not suitable for daily training. This book series is meant to be a modern transfer of an old tradition. The feature of this book is that the individual motion sequences are shown by means of illustrations in order to focus on the performance of the individual techniques and kata. Concise explanations are completing this work. The appearance and content are eminently suited as practical guide.

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