Definition of Ninjutsu

忍術 NINJUTSU

Ninjutsu definition:

Before embarking on great explanations, it is important and correct to define the term "Ninjutsu" in its etymological sense.

Ninjutsu consists of two particles Nin and Jutsu

The first Japanese character Kanji Nin 忍 also read Shinobu 忍 ぶ which means endurance, perseverance

it consists of two particles, the sword blade 刀 (To, Katana) and the heart 心 (Kokoro)

The second Japanese caratère of Ninjutsu is jutsu 術 (the technique)

At the only reading of the etymological sense of Ninjutsu, we can then think that the meaning of Ninutsu, is not only associated with the martial art "Ninjutsu" but has all the techniques to endure and persevere with the body and the body. 'mind.

Now in connection with the "Ninjutsu" martial art, its etymological meaning has the meaning of being constantly vigilant in its own spirit and attitude, with the obligation to train one's own heart for endurance and righteousness, if we do not do not want to stop, stop and cut by the edge of the blade

What is Ninjutsu?

Ninjutsu or Ninjutsu (Ninja Art) is an ancient discipline of Kobujutsu (Ancient Martial Art) consisting of a set of martial techniques (with or without weapons), survival and evolutionary espionage to adapt and anticipate all situations of life to protect oneself from danger.Although it is falsely associated with crime and espionage, Ninjutsu does not consist in attacking men or taking away their lives without reason. The world of Ninjutsu is much richer and vast.

 
 
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