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  • 2017.12
Togakure Ninja

I thought I had to clarify this,

Togakure Ninja is fictional ninja.

You might think "What about Ninja tools in the museum in Togakushi village"
All the Ninja tools in the museum were donated by Hatsumi.
Nobody knows how he got them, they never been examined by scholars.
I am pretty sure that they were made to display in the museum just like Ninja tools in the Iga Ninjutsu museum.

There are official Togakushi village journals in Nagano Library.
The only description about Togakure Ninja was about the museum.
Togakure Ninja was officialy born when the museum was built.
There's no Togakure Ninja in historical records.
Of course some Nagano related historical records like about Takeda or Hojo mentioned Ninja(Suppa, Shinobi) but no "Togakure"
That is different from Iga/Koka.

However, to boost tourism economy, Togakushi is promoting the fictional Ninja as real.
That is a bad part of Japanese, economy is priority.

PR
【2017/09/23 07:16 】 | Togakure | 有り難いご意見(0)
Togakure Ninjutsu Fanny & Cock

【2011/02/01 06:42 】 | Togakure | 有り難いご意見(0)
Nishina Daisuke is not on Genpei Seisuiki


http://www.j-texts.com/sheet/seisuik.html
【2010/12/18 11:18 】 | Togakure | 有り難いご意見(0) | トラックバック(0)
Why Togakure?
戸隠 is commonly Togakushi in Japanese then why does Bujinkan call it Togakure?
According to a debate between Antony and Bujinkan members, Togakure sounds very "Ninja" like Kirigakure Saizo or Kumogakure Taro on popular kids ninja novels.

Kirigakure Saizo
【2010/12/09 12:48 】 | Togakure | 有り難いご意見(0)
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