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Book discussing the Japanese Ninja and the element of surprise. Ashida Kim books are a great way to compliment the Bujinkan system. There is a wealth of in tact traditional information from Hatsumi's systems.

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Ashida Kim is the pseudonym of a martial artist who has authored a series of books on ninjitsu training. Berkley Publishing Group, 1987. ISBN 0-425-09894-X "The Invisible Ninja: Ancient Secrets of Surprise.

Ashida Kim is the pseudonym of a martial artist who has authored a series of books on ninjitsu training. Horowitz, Eli. The Believer, May 2003. His writings and statements have made him a controversial figure in the martial arts community, and have led parties to scrutinize his background. ISBN 0-8065-1873-1 "Iron Body Ninja: The Secrets of Superior Strength.

Ashida Kim is such a Ninja. INVISIBLE FIST of the NINJA The Invisible Fist was originally written and submitted for publication to Paladin. Only he can teach you the secrets of this ancient Art. Ninja Mind Control INVISIBLE FIST of the NINJA The Invisible Fist was originally written and submitted for publication to Paladin.

Ashida Kim. Invisible fist - ninjitsu method of vanishing without trace . You are now armed with one of the most ancient and secret of all Ninja weapons- the Black Egg. Invisible fist - ninjitsu method of vanishing without trace (2002)(ISBN 0806520183). Categories: Physical education and sport\Martial Arts. Books may be purchased in bulk at wholesale discounts for sales promotion, fund-raising, or educational purposes.

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Ashida Kim is an internationally renowned martial arts expert who teaches and lectures on Ninjitsu around the world. He has written fifty books on martial arts

Ashida Kim is an internationally renowned martial arts expert who teaches and lectures on Ninjitsu around the world. He has written fifty books on martial arts. In 2009 he was inducted into the USKA Martial Arts Hall of Fame as Grandmaster of the Year.

Book discussing the Japanese Ninja and the element of surprise.

The Invisible Ninja: Ancient Secrets of Surprise epub download

ISBN13: 978-0806518732

ISBN: 0806518731

Author: Ashida Kim

Category: Sports and Outdoors

Subcategory: Individual Sports

Language: English

Publisher: Citadel (October 1, 2000)

Pages: 128 pages

ePUB size: 1151 kb

FB2 size: 1872 kb

Rating: 4.7

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Yozshujinn
I bought this book for one of my brothers for Christmas as a joke, and we had a lot of fun laughing at it. Ashida Kim (who's real name is Chris Hunter) seems to be lost in a 1980's ninja movie inspired fantasy world. You'd think he learned ninjutsu by watching Sho Kosugi movies.
Some of the "ancient secrets of surprise" in this book include tapping a sentry on the shoulder then moving in the other direction when he turns his head to look, and jumping out from behind trees and bushes. Heh heh heh.
If you've got money to waste and are up for some cheap laughs, then any of Ashida Kim's books will do. If, however, you are looking for books on real-world martial arts, get something else.
Yozshujinn
I bought this book for one of my brothers for Christmas as a joke, and we had a lot of fun laughing at it. Ashida Kim (who's real name is Chris Hunter) seems to be lost in a 1980's ninja movie inspired fantasy world. You'd think he learned ninjutsu by watching Sho Kosugi movies.
Some of the "ancient secrets of surprise" in this book include tapping a sentry on the shoulder then moving in the other direction when he turns his head to look, and jumping out from behind trees and bushes. Heh heh heh.
If you've got money to waste and are up for some cheap laughs, then any of Ashida Kim's books will do. If, however, you are looking for books on real-world martial arts, get something else.
Akta
Another Ashida Kim Flop. Kim blends all he knows into one martial art. Unfortunately, it is not historical or authentic ninjutsu (he spells it wrong, "ninjitsu"). Kim mixes terms from Japanese martial arts with some chinese kenpo terms, creating a strange and confusing cultural mishmash that would seem more at home in a thriller comic book. Again, we are left with pictures of the author in a black ninja suit "sneaking" past a sentry in broad daylight, highlighted by a big white wall in the background that would make him stand out even at night.
The hand postures and kicking techniques are closer to kung fu and taekwon do, nothing like authentic bujinkan or genbukan ninpo. Ashida Kim claims to be affiliated with the Black Dragon Fighting Society, but recently the head of that group, Bill Aguiar took legal action to stop Kim from claiming association with the group, of which he was never an official member. Ashida Kim is the pen name of Christopher Hunter, who went maskless in his first book. There are authentic books on ninja arts by authors Hatsumi, Hates, and Daniels.
Akta
Another Ashida Kim Flop. Kim blends all he knows into one martial art. Unfortunately, it is not historical or authentic ninjutsu (he spells it wrong, "ninjitsu"). Kim mixes terms from Japanese martial arts with some chinese kenpo terms, creating a strange and confusing cultural mishmash that would seem more at home in a thriller comic book. Again, we are left with pictures of the author in a black ninja suit "sneaking" past a sentry in broad daylight, highlighted by a big white wall in the background that would make him stand out even at night.
The hand postures and kicking techniques are closer to kung fu and taekwon do, nothing like authentic bujinkan or genbukan ninpo. Ashida Kim claims to be affiliated with the Black Dragon Fighting Society, but recently the head of that group, Bill Aguiar took legal action to stop Kim from claiming association with the group, of which he was never an official member. Ashida Kim is the pen name of Christopher Hunter, who went maskless in his first book. There are authentic books on ninja arts by authors Hatsumi, Hates, and Daniels.
Virn
If you want to true history of NinjUtsu, the true techniques and fighting styles of Ninpo, then buy Hayes/Hatsumi.
This guy talks about Count Dracula or whatever that 60s karate guy's name was. Anyway, he talks about this guy who use to advertise in COMIC BOOKS ABOUT HOW GOOD HE WAS. And this man claims he TRAINED with him? He spreads lies, saying he got his mastership of NinjItsu when his "master" was lying on his death bed in some mountain on some far away land a long time ago. Was this also in a galaxy far, far away?
Virn
If you want to true history of NinjUtsu, the true techniques and fighting styles of Ninpo, then buy Hayes/Hatsumi.
This guy talks about Count Dracula or whatever that 60s karate guy's name was. Anyway, he talks about this guy who use to advertise in COMIC BOOKS ABOUT HOW GOOD HE WAS. And this man claims he TRAINED with him? He spreads lies, saying he got his mastership of NinjItsu when his "master" was lying on his death bed in some mountain on some far away land a long time ago. Was this also in a galaxy far, far away?
Arlelond
Ashida Kim is an excellent author. His books are a must for your collection. If your worried about wasting $10 on a book, than you are not genuinely interested and have no business writing a review (unless you got paid some way for it). There are very few authors and books that have much to say about the subject. The books are relatively short and not overbearing, and may be exciting the whole way through.

Ashida Kim books are a great way to compliment the Bujinkan system. There is a wealth of in tact traditional information from Hatsumi's systems. Also, many Bujinkan techniques may have also been relevant to the Samurai. The ninja was also aware of the samurai arts. Especially as some Ninja were Samurai and Ronin(masterless Samurai) However, remember that at one time there were over 100 families considered Ninja at one time in midievil Japan. There were also a few different eras where the Ninja played varrying roles and utilized different focuses corresponding to the different times. There were Ninja of many types and walks of life, some even monks, farmers, mountain people and peasants. Many of the clans are still unknown to society, even in Japan. The more esoteric techiques and Magic(information/knowledge not commonly known) are not authentically...easy to find. Bujinkan is a great system, however, not the only one. Ashida Kim's books are a great compliment to Bujinkan and focus mainly on the actual Ninjitsu (Ninjutsu)side of the art (for example Ninpo). Ashida Kim has many books on actual fighting techniques and moves ,however, he also has written many books on ninja invisibility, meditation, outdoor survival, climbing, maneuvers, silent stepping techniques, Ninjutsu weapons, cloak and dagger, shapeshifting and disguise (part of invisibility), and many modern applications to the techniques. Ashida Kim actually has a very good writing syle, in my opinion. I have exchanged a few emails with him over the last few years. Ashida Kim is definately respectible. There may always be someone who likes to voice their negative judgements of another and that will project their insecurities of themselves on to another (not unlike a few of the Amazon.com posted reveiws of this book). Even when they haven't ever met and don't know the other. Everyone is probably over critical at one time or another. On their own, the Ashida Kim books are of course not sufficient to learn every aspect of the art, However, there are important ideas not found in many other informational resources. I recomend the Bushindo, Bujinkan system for the main structure of your research and practice. But that alone is also insufficient. Along with the wonderful Bujinkan System, Ashida Kim and Ha Ha Lung books are great examples of supplementary material with many modern day applications spelled out for the reader. I cannot comment about those with more limited imaginations and spirits. The truth is that his books can be quite amusing and informative.
Arlelond
Ashida Kim is an excellent author. His books are a must for your collection. If your worried about wasting $10 on a book, than you are not genuinely interested and have no business writing a review (unless you got paid some way for it). There are very few authors and books that have much to say about the subject. The books are relatively short and not overbearing, and may be exciting the whole way through.

Ashida Kim books are a great way to compliment the Bujinkan system. There is a wealth of in tact traditional information from Hatsumi's systems. Also, many Bujinkan techniques may have also been relevant to the Samurai. The ninja was also aware of the samurai arts. Especially as some Ninja were Samurai and Ronin(masterless Samurai) However, remember that at one time there were over 100 families considered Ninja at one time in midievil Japan. There were also a few different eras where the Ninja played varrying roles and utilized different focuses corresponding to the different times. There were Ninja of many types and walks of life, some even monks, farmers, mountain people and peasants. Many of the clans are still unknown to society, even in Japan. The more esoteric techiques and Magic(information/knowledge not commonly known) are not authentically...easy to find. Bujinkan is a great system, however, not the only one. Ashida Kim's books are a great compliment to Bujinkan and focus mainly on the actual Ninjitsu (Ninjutsu)side of the art (for example Ninpo). Ashida Kim has many books on actual fighting techniques and moves ,however, he also has written many books on ninja invisibility, meditation, outdoor survival, climbing, maneuvers, silent stepping techniques, Ninjutsu weapons, cloak and dagger, shapeshifting and disguise (part of invisibility), and many modern applications to the techniques. Ashida Kim actually has a very good writing syle, in my opinion. I have exchanged a few emails with him over the last few years. Ashida Kim is definately respectible. There may always be someone who likes to voice their negative judgements of another and that will project their insecurities of themselves on to another (not unlike a few of the Amazon.com posted reveiws of this book). Even when they haven't ever met and don't know the other. Everyone is probably over critical at one time or another. On their own, the Ashida Kim books are of course not sufficient to learn every aspect of the art, However, there are important ideas not found in many other informational resources. I recomend the Bushindo, Bujinkan system for the main structure of your research and practice. But that alone is also insufficient. Along with the wonderful Bujinkan System, Ashida Kim and Ha Ha Lung books are great examples of supplementary material with many modern day applications spelled out for the reader. I cannot comment about those with more limited imaginations and spirits. The truth is that his books can be quite amusing and informative.
Perongafa
The author of this book destroys all credibility in anything he might say by the fact that whatever art it is that he learned is obviously Chinese, as he uses Chinese names for his techniques. Ninjutsu is quite obviously Japanese, and would not contain names for techniques which cannot be written in the Japanese language. This one, blatant lie leaved me with no choice but to distrust anything he has to say.
Perongafa
The author of this book destroys all credibility in anything he might say by the fact that whatever art it is that he learned is obviously Chinese, as he uses Chinese names for his techniques. Ninjutsu is quite obviously Japanese, and would not contain names for techniques which cannot be written in the Japanese language. This one, blatant lie leaved me with no choice but to distrust anything he has to say.
Grosho
Ashida has done it again. A great source of ninjutsu (ninjitsu, doesn't matter how you spell it). People can say ninjutsu or ninjitsu, it doesn't matter. People call his books a gag or a joke because they don't want to put in time to learn it, martial arts does not come instantly people, get it straight already, if you want something with instant results, don't learn martial arts.

I learned martial arts from my dad when I was little, master at ninjutsu, even he says Ashida Kim (Chris Hunter) is correct. If you are gonna learn ninjutsu, you might as well take the time to read it. People who don't understand Ashida Kim, don't learn ninjutsu, you would just end up getting killed by someone if you can't do basic techniques.

ASHIIDA KIM IS THE BEST!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Grosho
Ashida has done it again. A great source of ninjutsu (ninjitsu, doesn't matter how you spell it). People can say ninjutsu or ninjitsu, it doesn't matter. People call his books a gag or a joke because they don't want to put in time to learn it, martial arts does not come instantly people, get it straight already, if you want something with instant results, don't learn martial arts.

I learned martial arts from my dad when I was little, master at ninjutsu, even he says Ashida Kim (Chris Hunter) is correct. If you are gonna learn ninjutsu, you might as well take the time to read it. People who don't understand Ashida Kim, don't learn ninjutsu, you would just end up getting killed by someone if you can't do basic techniques.

ASHIIDA KIM IS THE BEST!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Nawenadet
Having read this book, I became a real ninja. Sadly, I can't tell you any more details about the transformation or my current life as a ninja. Then I wouldn't be a ninja, you see. Or, perhaps you don't. Ninja's are invisible, after all, and therefore notoriously hard to see.
Nawenadet
Having read this book, I became a real ninja. Sadly, I can't tell you any more details about the transformation or my current life as a ninja. Then I wouldn't be a ninja, you see. Or, perhaps you don't. Ninja's are invisible, after all, and therefore notoriously hard to see.