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... Ueno park, just a stones throw away from the tiny train station. I stepped off the train and headed into the park in search of Ninja.
My first stop was the Iga Ninja House and Museum. The house being a former ninja residence, complete with rotating walls, hidden passageways under the floorboards and hidden compartments.
Second was the Iga Ryu Ninja Museum, which housed an impressive display of Ninja tools and weapons. There was ...
... and secret compartments and weapon stashes and the other 2 parts are the museum itselfe which has all the ninja gear and information etc.Amazing stuff,apparently Ninja's first appeared in India 5000 b.c. and spread through china eventually arriving in Japan via Korea in 500 a.d.and didnt become a martial art till much later.
And so the time getting on(if you go there leave very early I didnt!) I thought I'd ...
... by its cover.
What is a Ninja?
http://iganinja.jp/en/about/ninja.html< br> Take a quick look at the fact of ninjas. The museum defines ninjas as intelligence agents with special skills like CIA.
Anyway, I left home early in the morning to take a long distance bus to Iga Ueno. When I was waiting at the bench of the bus stand, a large group of seniors came and the bus arrived soon. I was waiting for the group to get ...
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... counter but did the most amazing Sushi and the best Sake we have ever drank. It was a brilliant night and we really had fun with Dessy and Mateu. It was a shame it was for only 1 night as the following day we were leaving for Kyoto.
After the wonderful meal we headed back to Dessy's and went up to our "room". The dance studio. It was a surreal end to a surreal day. Top fun though!
See you in Kyoto!!!
Paul & Karen xxx ...