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  Ninjutsu - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Ninjutsu is frequently depicted fancifully in fiction; for these depictions, see the article on ninja.
Practitioners of ninjutsu have been seen as assassins for hire, and have been associated in the public imagination with other activities which are considered criminal by modern standards.
Although the popular view is that ninjutsu is the art of secrecy or stealth, actual practitioners consider it to mean the art of enduring - enduring all of life's hardships.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Ninjutsu   (898 words)

  
 Ninjutsu   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
The history of ninjutsu is clouded by the very nature of the art itself.
It is important to remember that the term "ninjutsu" does not refer to a specific style, but more to a group of arts, each with a different point of view expressed by the different ryu.
Ninjutsu requires that its practitioners be open to any situation and to be able to adapt their technique to ensure survival.
www.columbiabuyu.com /ninjutsu.html   (1348 words)

  
 NationMaster - Encyclopedia: Ninjutsu
Boryaku is one of the 18 fundamental skills of the Togakure-ryû; school of ninjutsu.
Chōhō; is espionage, one of the 18 fundamental skills of the Togakure-ryû; school of ninjutsu.
Hoshin Roshi Ryu is an eclectic, esoteric martial art developed by Dr. Glenn Morris, a Ninjutsu practitioner and writer on martial arts and meditation.
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/Ninjutsu   (1937 words)

  
 NarutoFan > Naruto Encyclopedia
To be able to use Ninjutsu properly you must be able to control your chakra and keep it stable, a way of improving over you control of your chakra is walking up trees, and being able to perform a seal.
Ninjutsu is also reffered with your skills and techniques on gathering all sorts of information.
Most Ninja's that only use Taijutsu are because they are not able to perform Ninjutsu or Genjutsu, but because the strive to do anything they can to become a true shinobi they practice vigorously and claim taijutsu as their life and only way of becoming a shinobi.
www.narutofan.com /index.php/content-naruto%20encyclopedia,index   (1302 words)

  
 Unknown ninjutsu   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Therefore it is possible to make a conclusion that modern "historians of ninjutsu" very distorted the real image of japanese "invisible men", hence the conception of ninjutsu history, which dominate in modern literature, should be reconsidered on the base of existed historical documents.
Ninjutsu can be called a science because its principles are very logic and rational, but from the other side as real art it doesn't tolerate a stencil and demands a real creative approach from its follower.
Japanese historians connect a beginning of ninjutsu as special science-art with the influence of famous chinese military treatise "Sun-zi", which was written approximately in V century B.C. and at VII century A.D. was transported to Japan.
cclib.nsu.ru /projects/satbi/satbi-e/statyi/ninjutsu.html   (4482 words)

  
 Ninjutsu (Naruto) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Ninjutsu (忍術, "Ninja Techniques") in the fictional anime and manga series Naruto, is hard to define; it is basically any technique that does not fall under either Taijutsu or Genjutsu, which means that it uses sources outside those naturally available to the body or the mind to accomplish its task.
Ninjutsu relies on chakra and, most of, if not all of the time, hand seals (each hand seal showing a different animal in the zodiac).
Ninjutsu can be considered a combination of Genjutsu and Taijutsu, the illusions of Genjutsu, and the attack of Taijutsu.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Ninjutsu_(Naruto)   (7188 words)

  
 Ninjutsu - Ura & Omote June 1996
For most men, a woman training in Ninjutsu still does not have as much worth as a man. She is often overlooked and is considered by many men as a figure in the background, especially if she is in a relationship with another ninjutsu practitioner.
Ninjutsu's philosophy is based upon Buddhism, it is a very caring and sharing martial art that is a complete approach to life." Phil is able to teach at a dojo thanks also to the support of his students, especially his two senior students, Michael Mounteney and Damien Reddy.
I have been teaching Bujinkan Ninjutsu for over 10 years and the only thing that I can think to write about is what I have found to be some of the problems that students have in their training.
www.ninjutsu.co.uk /uraomote/96/june.html   (15623 words)

  
 Home - Ninjutsu Cyprus - Cyprus Bujinkan Dojo - www.ninjutsucyprus.com
Ninjutsu has its roots in the martial,religious,political and cultural histories of the ancient island nation of Japan.
Ninjutsu is one of the few surviving martial arts which has maintained its traditional warrior heritage and still teaches actual combat techniques.
Ninjutsu is the most appropriate art alive today, for those interested in practical martial arts training for real combat, rather than sports and competition.
www.ninjutsucyprus.com   (466 words)

  
 History of Ninjutsu
Ninjutsu uses principles of leverage, angling, and physics, instead of brute force.
There are nine different schools of ninjutsu that is recognized by the Japanese government as current, active styles of ninjutsu.
For example, during World War II, the ninja were not allowed to pursue their art of ninjutsu due to their secrecy, ability, and often viewed upon as their counter-culture attitude by those with the samurai mentality.
www.hiken.com /IBD/history_of_ninjutsu.htm   (1216 words)

  
 Contemporary Ninjutsu Training   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
While contemporary Ninjutsu training recognizes and adapts to modern technology, the core training remains much as it has for centuries.
Ninjutsu classes are conducted in a relaxed traditional manner.
Classes can be on a variety of ninjutsu subjects from unarmed and weaponry forms to history to meditation to free fighting skills or even stealth and strategy.
ninjutsu.robertk.com /train.htm   (240 words)

  
 Martial arts - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
While some systems may consist of mostly striking or mostly grappling, various arts such as Ninjutsu, Sambo or San Shou, among many others, often utilize both areas in conjunction.
Muay Thai, for example, is studied primarily as a striking art, yet it makes frequent use of the grappling technique double collar tie.
Ninjutsu is a Japanese style said to have originally been practiced by Ninja; this martial art combines traditional attacks with scout style survival and elusive moves.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Martial_arts   (5907 words)

  
 Ninjutsu History   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Ninjutsu as it is taught today consists of nine different Ryu or schools.
Not all of these nine schools can be truely called Ninjutsu, some of them are perhaps better labeled as Samurai warrior arts.
Ninjutsu is in itself a complete martial art.
www.ninjutsu.co.nz /NinjutsuHistory2.htm   (1011 words)

  
 Amazon.com: Ninjutsu: History and Tradition: Books: Masaaki Hatsumi   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
As someone skeptical of the whole "ninja thing" I found it both informative and frustrating, that the author worked hard to dispel myths about the ninja and their powers and then turn around and wax esoteric on the very same topic.
Like I said, if you are planning on taking Ninjutsu, if you are learning Ninjutsu now, or if you simply want to know the truth about where Ninjutsu came from (starting with the first Ninja), then this book is for you.
I found it especially helpful because there is not a ninjutsu school near me and therefore i have had to train by myself.
www.amazon.com /exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/0865680272?v=glance   (1375 words)

  
 Martial Arts Finder - general information - Ninjutsu   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
  The history of ninjutsu is clouded by the very nature of the art itself.
  Over 70 different "ninjutsu ryu" have been catalogued/identified, however, the majority of them have died out.
  To provide some kind of brief description, ninjutsu includes the study of both unarmed and armed combative techniques, strategy, philosophy, and history.
www.martialartsfinder.com /arts/Ninjutsu.html   (868 words)

  
 The Art of Ninjutsu
Ninjutsu is a collection of techniques originally practiced for espionage purposes.
Who is a Ninja?, Ninjutsu Principles, Books about Ninjutsu you can purchase, Description about Bujinkan Rules, Description about Recognising grade, Who is Masaaki Hatsumi and Takamatsu.
Training with Ninjutsu is dangerous and might lead to injury or worse.
www.westlord.com /ninjutsu   (407 words)

  
 Ninjutsu: is it koryu bujutsu?   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Simply put, it is our opinion that modern-day ninjutsu and ninjutsu-derived arts are not koryu bujutsu.
We have made every effort to be as low-key as possible on the issue of "Is ninjutsu koryu?" We do not stress or advertise our position.
However, if you come to us and ask whether we consider ninjutsu or the Bujinkan-derived arts to be koryu--well, we can only provide our honest opinion.
www.koryubooks.com /library/ninjutsu.html   (319 words)

  
 Amazon.com: Ninjutsu: Books: Stephen Hayes   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
He operates his own dojo ("school") of ninjutsu and spends his time between trips to the Far East, as a teacher, lecturer, and writer.
This is one of Hayes's first "instructional" books on ninjutsu, and it does a good job teaching the "basics." Hundreds and hundreds of great pictures saturate most of the pages, making it an easy-to-follow guide for beginners.
This was the first book I got on ninjutsu when I started studying it 3 years ago.
www.amazon.com /exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/0809254786?v=glance   (1337 words)

  
 Stone Dragon Ninja :: Home
This site’s primary function is to act as an informative, community resource base for the study of Ishi Ryu Ninjutsu.
The information on this website is for research and study of Ishi Ryu Ninjutsu and should be treated as supplemental training material and is in no way a stand-in for training in a Dojo.
We are an independent Ninjutsu school that holds a 'no politics' approach to training, and invites members of any method to come and train with us.
www.stonedragonninja.com   (139 words)

  
 Final Fantasy XI - Facts, Information, and Encyclopedia Reference article
Ninja can also use other types of "Ninjutsu" to inflict damage and enfeeble their opponent.
A recent patch also made it so that the Ninjutsu spell "Utsusemi" lost the same amount of enmity towards the Ninja when it is attacked as it would without the effect of Utsusemi.
However, this is offset through the use of 2nd tier Ninjutsu spells, such as "Hyoton: Ni".
www.startsurfing.com /encyclopedia/f/i/n/Final_Fantasy_XI_4c8e.html   (6277 words)

  
 Warrior Quest International - Ninjutsu, the art of the Ninja
Ninjutsu Overview • Mysticism • climbing • Stealth
Ninjutsu is used as an alternative to direct combat.
The Ninja is a unique breed of soldier who applies their craft from the shadows, relying on trickery over brute strength.
www.warriorquest.com /ninjutsu.html   (706 words)

  
 NINJUTSU
Due to work related obligations, Chris Engels had to leave Cape Town, by which Paul W Bothma and Dawie de Villiers were left to carry forth the training schedule of the Cape Ninjutsu federation.
During this time Paul Bothma was promoted to 2nd Dan by Adrian and his panel of judges of the SANF (South African Ninjutsu Fedration).
Today the Cape Ninjutsu Federation has the strength of four fl-belt instructors within the Western Province area.
www.cnfsa.com /content/history_cnf.html   (296 words)

  
 Columbus Ninjutsu Club - Columbus, Ohio Martial Arts, OH Self Defense
Welcome to the internet home of the Columbus Ninjutsu Club (CNC), the central Ohio source for self-defense and practical martial arts training.
Our principles and techniques are derived from the classic 1676 ninja text known as the Bansenshukai, which contains a collection of both Iga and Koga ninjutsu principles.
Copyright © 2006 Columbus Ninjutsu Club All rights reserved.
www.columbusninjutsuclub.com   (441 words)

  
 YouTube - ninjutsu bugei   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Okay first off, Ninjutsu is an archaic term that we don't even use anymore.
Ninjutsu means 'the art of stealth and endurance'.
Ninjutsu is real world effective, doing flips and spins and flashy moves is not effective.
www.youtube.com /watch.php?v=sk8tppSRLaY   (303 words)

  
 Ninjutsu - Authentic Ninjutsu Information, no one offers more information to the general public than we do   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Ninjutsu - Authentic Ninjutsu Information, no one offers more information to the general public than we do
Ninjutsu Study Books, Home Study Courses for those without a teacher near by, Spiritual and Life Enhancement materials, Training Gear and much, much more.
Ninjutsu.com brings you over 300 pages of study information on Ninjutsu, Grandmaster Hatsumi, Shihan Van Donk, Newsletter articles, How to techniques, Training Camps, Tai Kai information, Dojo locations, Private sessions and much more.
www.ninjutsu.com   (114 words)

  
 Ninjutsu
Simply put, this is being aware of one's present actions and how they may effect the moments, days, and weeks ahead.
Ninja not only dedicated most of their lives to the study of ninjutsu techniques, but they also considered human psychology and human nature as integral parts of their training."
By Takamatsu Toshitsugu, 33rd Soke of Togakure Ryu Ninjutsu.
www.maths.tcd.ie /~priceg/ninindex.html   (717 words)

  
 NINJUTSU.COM
Keep us updated by using this easy form to let us know of changes.
Note: This dojo listing database is a free service to teachers and students of Bujinkan Ninjutsu.
We are also the only full time professional Bujinkan school in Los Angeles county and our Head instructor teaches all the ninjutsu classes and he trained in Japan under Masaaki Hatsumi and Toshiro Nagato for 7 years
www.ninjutsu.com /dojos-links.shtml   (1461 words)

  
 Ninjutsu Training Centres of Central Canada   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
In the early 1980s Brad Hutchinson was first introduced to Ninjutsu through Kick and Black Belt magazine.
During the mid 1980s Brad searched for a Ninjutsu instructor in western Canada.
It was in the late 1980s that he would find his first instructor of authentic Ninjutsu and began
www.ntcofcanada.com /sensei.html   (194 words)

  
 learn ninjutsu on 43 Things   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
it seems very interesting and i have always wanted to learn some form of martial arts and either juijitsu or ninjutsu sounds awesome and i know i would totally be able to learn it martial arts ninjutsu
I’ve taken up Ninpo Ninjutsu recently whilst staying here in Sweden, and am finding it really interesting and enjoyble.
People have suggested "learn ninjutsu" is really the same as:
www.43things.com /things/view/353502   (247 words)

  
 Martial Arts Planet - Ninjutsu in CT?
Contact one of these guys to find a school in your area of CT !!
Greg Kowalski is one of the best Ninjutsu teachers, in the US.
He is good friends with my teacher and Mark speaks very highly of him!
www.martialartsplanet.com /forums/showthread.php?t=12063   (136 words)

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