Old japanese ninja movies

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Yes, there were enormously popular manga, highly rated anime on TV, and martial arts practitioners bringing codified shadow skills to the public for the first time. But nothing has the cementing property that cinema does. Conquering the silver screen is conquering culture. But obscure? Hell no.

50 Ninja Movies You Should See Before Getting Blinded by Throwing Stars

50 Ninja Movies You Should See Before Getting Blinded by Throwing Stars

As we see from the following eight characters from popular Japanese films on the theme, most ninja were not all about black pajamas and martial arts mastery. Some of them may as well be your neighbor, coworker or even yourself — at least, as far as their human nature speaks for themselves. Push play and find out for yourselves! M umon: The Land of Stealth tells the story of the titular Mumon, a member of a feared ninja clan. One day, he kills someone for the bounty and triggers a regional war with an encroaching power — not a good move for a lazy guy, but his subsequent transformation from shiftless opportunist into a reborn man makes for great entertainment! Ninja Kids!!!

60 Best Ninja Movies You Must Watch

Let's be clear about one thing upfront: Ninja were and, depending on who you ask, still are a real thing. During the feudal era in Japan largely beginning in the 15th Century , many isolated rural clans were resistant and even hostile to the idea of being ruled over by the laws of nobles — especially when they were being enforced by often oppressive samurai. Unable to stand up in traditional combat to the expensively funded and heavily-outfitted samurai, some of these resistant clans developed unique martial-arts techniques and fighting strategies based on mastery of one's environment, along with weapons based on common tools and simple farming equipment, in order to even the playing field in combat.
The ninja or shinobi are a group that are universally known and yet still shrouded in mystery, due to the myth building that has surrounded them much like that of Robin Hood and his band of thieves [1]. Ninja first started to appear in Japan around the 15th century out of necessity because people needed someone to perform clandestine activities, assassinations, intelligence gathering, and they needed outside mercenaries [1]. They had knowledge of the martial arts and various tactics, used camouflage, explosives, and various weapons. All of this has been exaggerated and embellished like a myth or fairy tale to create a group that was almost superhuman.