No Ninja calls oneself, “I am a ninja.” Therefore, there are many mysterious parts in their real images and histories.
However, if you unravel the battles that have been passed down to these days, there were almost always the existence and activities of Ninja. Many of the great battles in Japanese history were where the outnumbered forces brilliantly defeated large armies. The significance of Ninja lies in the way of fighting to gain a victory while catching the enemy off their guard and minimizing the damage to their allies.
Masayuki Sanada is one of the great warlords who was good at using Ninja as a vital force. In “The First Battle in Ueda” in 1585, he repelled the Tokugawa Army of nearly 8,000 by only 2,000 troops.
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We have various interesting souvenirs related to Ninja, Samurai, Kanazawa. We also sell our original goods. You can visit Museum Shop for free.
2-26-1 Nomachi, Kanazawa-shi, Ishikawa, 921-8031, Japan. TEL: +81 76-245-6450
[To Kanazawa station] 2 and a half hours from Tokyo station by Hokuriku Shinkansen. 2 and a half hours from Osaka station by the limited express Thunderbird.
[ To Nishi Chaya distict ] 20 minutes from Kanazawa station by bus. 15 minutes from Kanazawanishi interchange of Hokuriku Expressway by car. 5 minutes from Hirokozi bus stop on foot
Ninja Weapon Museum is run and administered by Tonboya Co., Ltd.
Tonboya Co., Ltd.
8 million yen
President and CEO
Nakamura 4F 5-10-14 Shinjuku Shinjuku-ku Tokyo, Japan 160-0022
We plan and run facilities so that not only Japanese visitor, but also international visitor can enjoy Japanese history and culture.