Where in the NorthEast can I learn Ninjitsu?

Specifically in Newcastle Upon Tyne or somewhere close by

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago
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    Like we have said many times before... Ninjitsu is no longer real... It will die in the mountains of Japan with the last of their kind.... Its only taught by fakes now.

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  • 1 decade ago

    Please do not listen to people who have no knowledge of the subject. The ancient, original lineage is still alive. I'm not sure where in the northeast you are looking for training. I don't know what state those locations are in.

    Hombu Dojo in Japan (I know that's not what you're looking for- just for informational purposes)

    Soke Masaaki Hatsumi

    636 Noda st., Noda-Shi, Chiba-Ken Japan Y278

    In Maine

    Discovery Institute

    John Poliquin P.O. Box 181; Presque Isle, Maine 04769

    phone: (207) 764-0864 or e-mail: discover@agate.net

    Massachusetts

    William Louis P.O. Box 907; Assonet, MA

    Tuesdays & Thursdays 7:30 - 9:00 PM and Saturdays 10:30 - 12:00 noon

    phone: (508) 644-3422

    New England Ninpo Society

    Mark Davis 161 Harvard Avenue, Suite 4E; Boston, MA 02134

    Phone: (617) 789-5524 or e-mail: John.Merz@FMR.Com

    Bujinkan Tobu Dojo

    url: www.ncbujinkan.com

    email: ncbujinkan@verizon.net or tobudojo@gmail.com

    New Hampshire

    Myo Fu An Dojo

    Leon Drucker 159 Savage Road; Milford, NH 03055

    phone: (603) 672-4053 or e-mail: Shadowaryr@AOL.com

    Http://www.myo-fu-an.com

    New Hampshire Ninjutsu

    Dennis Mahoney affiliated with Mark Davis

    email: jiyuandojo@hotmail.com.

    There are also other schools in New Jersey and New York

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Look for a man in his 50's who still think he's Peter Pan, he'll lead the way.

    Edit: AH! THERE'S A MAN IN 50'S WHO STILL THINK HE'S PETER PAN RIGHT HERE!

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    fantasy land.

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