- n. martial arts The Japanese martial art that is a collection of techniques originally practiced for Japanese espionage purposes, and includes methods of gathering information, nondetection, avoidance, and misdirection techniques. Used by ninja (忍者).
- n. the traditional Japanese method of espionage; involves stealthy movements and the use of camouflage
- From Japanese 忍術 (ninjutsu). (Wiktionary)
“Dux was trained in ninjutsu by marital arts master Tanaka after the death of his son.”
“A chakra jump is an unblockable dash to close distance, while a chakra attack initiates a "ninjutsu" - unique specials that stick closely to that character's style and are very entertaining to pull off.”
“There are several persons and organizations that claim to teach "ninjutsu" whose validity and/or lineage have come under question.”
“But Tau-tau is far more primitive, therefore more powerful in ways a refined discipline such as ninjutsu cannot be. ”
“As others have pointed out, the narration is comparing cuttlefish to a ninja, and going through the "ninjutsu" it's capable of.”
“Kim is an American martial artist that has made unverifiable claims of cross training into ninjutsu.”
“While such arts may still be effective, the lack of Japanese lineage authenticity make these arts arguably not ninjutsu.”
“Claims martial arts expert - Japanese styles of classical aikido, ninjutsu, swordsmanship with Shodan rankings.”
“Now that she got super strong and learned medical ninjutsu she is much more interesting and can stand alone and possibly win her own fights.”
“Although, she is still greatly lacking in combat jutsu, her medical ninjutsu is pretty impressive.”
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