Steven Klamm, the American adventurer, has recently transformed his lifelong fascination with ninjas into an informative, in depth ebook that features the basic techniques of ninjutsu, giving everyone the opportunity to tap into their own inner ninja.
Columbus, Ohio – February 4, 2013 – In Ninja and Ninjutsu – The Stealth Techniques of the Japanese Martial Art of Espionage and Invisibility, which is now available for the amazon kindle, author Steven Klamm provides readers with everything they’ve ever wanted to know about ninjas and their ancient stealth art, ninjutsu.
Historically, the practitioners of ninjutsu were trained to infiltrate enemy territory in order to gather information on troops, artillery, provisions and fortifications. The scope of their training eventually expanded to tactics that were utilized to alter the course of battles. These ninjas were often relied upon to carry out acts of arson, assassination and seizure and/or destruction of weapons and supplies. Despite the fact that the art of ninjutsu has been used by ninjas within the Japanese empire for centuries, it wasn’t until the 1960′s, when the “Ninja: Band of Assassins” film series was released, that the world began it’s love affair for the iconic ninja. Since that time, however, much of the Japanese cultural elements of the ninja has faded, and the unique skills that the art form possesses have been lost in the pop culture shuffle.
In Klamm’s Ninja and Ninjutsu – The Stealth Techniques of the Japanese Martial Art of Espionage and Invisibility, the history of ninjutsu is discussed in detail, as are the techniques that are used by the elusive ninjas of ancient lore. Through a series of instructive pictures the reader is given an inside look at the stealth art, so that they may be given a glimpse into the
“techniques of stealth” or the “arts of invisibility” that the Japanese martial art of espionage is synonymous with.