The Art of Invisibility : Japan's Feudal-age Espionage and Assassination Methods

Book - 1989
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Ninjutsu, the ancient and secret Japanese art of espionage and assassination, has long fascinated the Western world. Practitioners of the art, known as ninja, were masters of exotic weapons, martial skills, and techniques of stealth and concealment. Their ability to move swiftly and silently, and to strike at will with deadly force, made them seemingly invincible opponents, giving rise to stories of amazing exploits and supernatural powers.
Publisher: Rutland, VT : Charles E. Tuttle, c1989.
ISBN: 9780804815970
Characteristics: 124 p. : ill. ; 19 cm.


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