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a b "嬉野に忍者3人いた! 江戸初期-幕末 市が委託調査氏名も特定". Archived from the original on 20 August 2018 . Retrieved 20 August 2018. Teeuwen, Mark; Rambelli, Fabio (2002), Buddhas and kami in Japan: honji suijaku as a combinatory paradigm, RoutledgeCurzon, ISBN 978-0-415-29747-9 Deal, William E. (2007), Handbook to Life in Medieval and Early Modern Japan, Oxford University Press, ISBN 978-0-19-533126-4 Modern schools that claim to train ninjutsu arose from the 1970s, including that of Masaaki Hatsumi ( Bujinkan), Stephen K. Hayes ( To-Shin Do), and Jinichi Kawakami (Banke Shinobinoden). The lineage and authenticity of these schools are a matter of controversy. Likewise, a supplement to the Nochi Kagami, a record of the Ashikaga shogunate, confirms the same Iga origin:

The best-known cases of assassination attempts involve famous historical figures. Deaths of famous persons have sometimes been attributed to assassination by ninja, but the secretive natures of these scenarios have made them difficult to prove. [15] Assassins were often identified as ninja later on, but there is no evidence to prove whether some were specially trained for the task or simply a hired thug.

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Runnebaum, Achim (22 February 2016). "7 Things you didn't know about Ninja". Japan Daily . Retrieved 14 April 2022. Based on the combination of colors they dropped, or the number of grains, the Ninja could make over 100 different codes. Mie University founded the world's first research centre devoted to the ninja in 2017. A graduate master course opened in 2018. It is located in Iga (now Mie Prefecture). There are approximately 3 student enrollments per year. Students must pass an admission test about Japanese history and be able to read historical ninja documents. [60] Scientific researchers and scholars of different disciplines study ancient documents and how it can be used in the modern world. [61] Nawa, Yumio. (1972). Hisshō no heihō ninjutsu no kenkyū: gendai o ikinuku michi. Tokyo: Nichibō Shuppansha. OCLC 122985441.

There was a retainer of the family of Kawai Aki-no-kami of Iga, of pre-eminent skill in shinobi, and consequently for generations the name of people from Iga became established. Another tradition grew in Kōga. [30] Mochizuki Chiyome (16th century): the wife of Mochizuke Moritoki. Chiyome created a school for girls, which taught skills required of geisha, as well as espionage skills. [145]The skills required of the ninja have come to be known in modern times as ninjutsu ( 忍術), but it is unlikely they were previously named under a single discipline, rather distributed among a variety of espionage and survival skills. Some view ninjutsu as evidence that ninja were not simple mercenaries because texts contained not only information on combat training, but also information about daily needs, which even included mining techniques. [81] The guidance provided for daily work also included elements that enable the ninja to understand the martial qualities of even the most menial task. [81] These factors show how the ninjutsu established among the ninja class the fundamental principle of adaptation. [81] This diagram from the Bansenshūkai uses divination and esoteric cosmology ( onmyōdō) to instruct on the ideal time for taking certain actions. Despite many popular folktales, historical accounts of the ninja are scarce. Historian Stephen Turnbull asserts that the ninja were mostly recruited from the lower class, and therefore little literary interest was taken in them. [15] The social origin of the ninja is seen as the reason they agree to operate in secret, trading their service for money without honor and glory. [16] The scarcity of historical accounts is also demonstrated in war epics such as The Tale of Hōgen (Hōgen Monogatari) and The Tale of the Heike (Heike Monogatari), which focus mainly on the aristocratic samurai, whose deeds were apparently more appealing to the audience. [12] Takagi, Ichinosuke; Gomi, Tomohide; Ōno, Susumu (1962), Nihon Koten Bungaku Taikei: Man'yōshū Volume 4, Iwanami Shoten, ISBN 4-00-060007-9 Mol, Serge (2008). Invisible armor: An Introduction to the Esoteric Dimension of Japan's Classical Warrior Arts. Eibusha. pp.1–160. ISBN 978-90-813361-0-9.

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