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We have defined the contemporary ninjas as members of a tight knit clan
pursuing same goals.  From the end of the 16th century, the Edo Shogunate developed the system of Onmitsu (Tokugawa Ninja).  Many of our ancestors
served in the system. Some were samurai generalists with expertise in matters
of stealth and combat. Some were specialists, becoming adept at social skills,
fine arts, interaction with nature, etc. They believed in divisions of work, and
each had his or her expertise. All worked to keep law and order and peace of
the country. All sought to maintain "balance" or peace of mind in life to survive
and trained themselves
 
to heighten their awareness and perseverance 

Still today the ninjas, in striving to reach their goals, develop the individual persons and sensibility to survival. They protect others, stand up for freedoms, and build a
great community of friends
. Our ultimate goal is to reach and follow the path to the
"
‹σ (Ku)" or no-self, where there is no conflict. The ethics and fundamental
principles for our value judgement is now termed Ninshido, the Code of Ninshi.
As we recognize our ancestors as shinobi-samurai (i.e. ninshi ”EŽm
)

@@                           Our Ryuha (school) •‘ —¬ 
Because of its assimilation of various aspects of the other martial art forms,
we have decided to call the arts of our clan "Musashi-ryu". Our martial arts
comprise one part of our comprehensive arts known as 
Musashi-ryu Ninpo.

@@                                       What we offer
Our ancestors made efforts for peace-keeping in the country, so we feel it our mission to work for the same cause. And we hope to help build a bridge for
international friendship by introducing the fundamental spirit which underlies
in our shinobi culture.    

Our dojo is active as a training place for our members.
Visitors are expected to respect our dojo traditions and etiquettes
.

Thank you.


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