If you are into Bujinkan this is the best book published.
It is encumbent on the reader, certainly for those who are students of the Bujinkan, to see this book from the perspective of the martial arts.
Although I found myself skipping over sections that seemed a little too "out-there" for my taste, the warp and woof of the book is well done.
It is the usual Hatsumi way of publishing a book. A lot of potatoes and very little meat!Published 2 months ago by Robert M. Brooks II
you know im am completly turned off by the whole good samurai bad ninja thing...
pissed about the whole budo taijutsu thing.. Read more
If you like artsy photos and mysterious text, you may enjoy this book. If however you are hoping to learn anything about skilfull manipulation of a sword, or you are looking to... Read morePublished on June 3, 2009 by Tochiginoshugyosha
One of the reviewers of this book used the fact that Soke's creative use of the Japanese language was the source of much of his wisdom. Read morePublished on November 10, 2007 by Pen Name
This book is awsome!!! it not only shows you how to do difforent moves in japenes sword fighting but it also teaches you the backround or history of the sword style what the... Read morePublished on March 8, 2007 by L. Nola
Relatively little has been written covering Samurai sword fighting techniques: here ninja grandmaster provides both a history of the art of Japanese swordplay, rich in biographical... Read morePublished on April 26, 2006 by D. Donovan, Editor/Sr. Reviewer