Book Review: A Story of Life, Fate, and Finding the Lost Art of Koka Ninjutsu in Japan by Daniel DiMarziocategories: Book, Japan, Japanese Culture, Koka, Iga Ninjutsu, Ninja, Ninjutsu
Author: Daniel DiMarzio
Publisher: The Winds of Japan Shop
Brand: Brand: lulu.com
Amazing Book About Real Ninjutsu and Life in JapanThis book is a first-hand account of living in Japan and training in traditional Ninjutsu. A truly remarkable story. It gives a true view of what it's really like to live in Japan and a true view of harsh training in Ninjutsu. The group written about "Banke Shinobinoden" has never before been written about in English. Very little is known about them except for what is written in this book. I recommend this book to anyone interested in Japanese Culture and Ninjutsu.
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