Traditional Weapons of the NINJA part3

Written by Paul Johnstone & Eddie Wazen
Although he had taken great care to ensure he was well armed and prepared for the mission, the sound of his footsteps on the loose wooden floorboards alerted the guards. Having broken the stillness of night, the hooded man in the shadows was now faced with possible death or capture. It was at times like these that the ninja warrior could increase his odds of survival by employing ‘sight-removers’ and ‘eye-closers’, known by Japan’s ninja clans as metsubushi. story by paul johnstone & eddie wazen | images by paul johnstone Read more...