Senjutsu to Ninjutsu

From 1901. First time in English. This edition includes both the original Japanese text on one page with the English translation on the next page.

Senjutsu to Ninjutsu

Author: Doshi Shigetsu

Publisher: CreateSpace

ISBN: 9781512187137

Page: 60

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A translation of a curious little speech on Senjutsu, the arts of the mountain ascetics, and Ninjutsu. From 1901. First time in English.

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