After 400 years of silence, the famous Japanese ninja faction suddenly… recruited new members.

After 400 years of silence, the famous Japanese ninja faction suddenly... recruited new members.

Ninja (or shinobi) are known to be individuals or organizations that operate in the dark but have a profound influence on Japanese history. The achievements of some ninja organizations are so great that their names are known throughout the country, and one of them is the Fuma clan in eastern Japan. Believed to live in remote ninja villages in the mountains of present-day Kanagawa Prefecture, for around 100 years, Ninja Fuma has been instrumental in helping the samurai of the Hojo clan control and rule Odawara Castle, as well as the surrounding areas. .

Odawara Castle.

Surely you’ve heard of Ninja Fuma Kotaro…

… and this Ninja warrior and water expert clan.

Nicknamed the master of intelligence gathering, the ancestor of stealth attacks, and the god of war broke through the enemy’s formation; Ninja Fuma has served 5 generations of Hojo lords. However, when the Hojo clan was wiped out at the end of the Sengoku period, Fuma also disappeared and there was no news for the last 400 years. Recently, however, there was a call to revive the Fuma sect so that they could fight for the glory of Kanagawa once more.

But unfortunately, none of Fuma’s descendants want to recapture their lost glory, but the Odawara Tourism Association wants to restore domestic tourism. On Twitter, the association said it was seeking “Fuma ninja candidates” for the Ninja Training Course from October 2021 to March 2022. During 20 training sessions once a week, future ninjas will train with martial artists and lead the arts. martial arts in television series on movement and fighting techniques. The training accepts both “inexperienced” and under 18s (but with parental consent). Candidates who know martial arts, gymnastics or parkour will be valued.


Since it was a time of peace, upon graduating successfully, ninjas did not need to participate in mysterious intelligence activities, but instead had the opportunity to demonstrate their shinobi skills at festivals and historical events in the Odawara area.

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