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The Honor of Koga-ryu Ninjutsu By Don Roley
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This is a translation and editing of "Ninjutsu No Homare" a book published in 1915. A work of fiction, it was first published in parts in a local newspaper. It is possibly the only piece of... More > this type of fiction published in English. While it won't reveal any secrets of ninjutsu, it does show how the art was viewed around the turn of the 20th century.< Less
The Secrets of Koga-ryu Ninjutsu By Don Roley
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This work is the translation of Fujita Seiko's "Ninjutsu kara Spy-sen e" (From Ninjutsu to Spy Warfare.) Published originally before the war, a later edition changed the name and added two... More > chapters. This work is how traditional ninjutsu can be used in the modern age.< Less
Koga Ninjutsu Kenkyu Kai Kyohan By William Durbin
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Ninjutsu, the mysterious art of espionage. This book tells you the real story of Ninjutsu, the real arts of stealth, and presents Kiyojute Ryu Nimpo Kempo Kobujutsu, the Ninjutsu art of Soke William... More > Durbin. Learn about the real art and the real methods of the spies, commandos, and scouts of ancient Japan.< Less
Introduction to Kagetora Ha Koga Ryu Ninjutsu By Carlos Febres
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The Modern school of Kagetora Ha Koga Ryū ninjutsu divide it’s training into three main subjects: a. Unarmed combat- taijutsu b. Weapons Skills c. Tactics & Strategy This is an... More > introduction to the history of Koga Ryu.< Less
The Last Ninja of Koga By Donald Roley
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Fujita Seiko was born into a family descended from the ninja of Koga. After running away at a young age, his grandfather agreed to teach him the family art of ninjutsu. This book is his story in his... More > words. From his time as a young brat, to his time teaching during the war at the Nakano Spy Academy and his time promoting Japanese martial arts after the war, this is his tale.< Less
Ninja of Koga: Izanami's Revenge By Theo Fischer
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In modern day Japan, the ninja are still out there... Arashi is a young ninja in the region of Koga, who trains in the secret art of ninjutsu. One day, he is called by his ninja Grandmaster, who... More > tells him that the twelve year old daughter of Rīdā, leader of the Koga ninja village, has been kidnapped. Arashi, and his friends Kyo and Akemo, embark across Japan facing ferocious Japanese monsters, raging sea storms, towering tsunami, razor-finned sharks, bloodthirsty ninja pirates and the ghost of a villain of the past, making a new friend along the way. However, all is not as it seems... As well as an action-packed adventure, Izanami's revenge includes interesting fact pages containing information about historic ninja, medieval Japan, fact files on traditional Japanese yōkai and ancient Shinto myths.< Less
Kagetora Ha Koga Ryu Ninjutsu (Spanish/Espanol) By Carlos Febres
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Esta es una introducción a las artes marciales de la escuela de Ninjutsu, Kagetora Ha. Contiene una breve historia de Koga Ryu.
A Story of Life, Fate and Finding the Lost Art of Koka Ninjutsu in Japan By Daniel DiMarzio
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Ninjutsu is arguably one of the most controversial topics in the martial arts world. There are numerous organizations teaching Ninjutsu worldwide. Some claim to teach traditional Ninjutsu while... More > others teach a modern interpretation of the art. These two scenarios are not uncommon. It is almost impossible to authenticate traditional Ninjutsu claims while the modern styles are a new interpretation of the past. Much rarer is finding a reclusive Ninja school in the heart of Japan that almost no one in the world has heard of. A Ninjutsu organization that has remained veiled in secrecy for ages and is about to go extinct. A Ninjutsu family that has the backing of Japanese historians, the government and a museum. A find like this is unheard of. Author Daniel DiMarzio unknowingly stumbled upon just that while living and working in Japan. For the first time in English, with the permission of his teacher, he brought this Ninjutsu organization to the Western world by publishing this book in 2008.< Less
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