International Ninja Day

International Ninja Day is an annual celebration held on December 5th of every year. Ninjas are the covert agent who is known for their espionage, sabotage, assassination, infiltration, and guerrilla warfare. It’s a Day for the spies, the Ninjas. They clad in black garb that leaves no trace of their presence. International Ninja Day 2017 honours the sneaky and secret masked warriors. People at present day wouldn’t have seen the ninjas. We would have enjoyed their actions and their brilliance on the movies. Make this fun celebration Day more special by camouflaging yourself with ninja styled clothes.

“Growing up as a kid, I wanted to be a ninja. In martial arts, even though I did Chinese kung fu, I always wanted to be this secret samurai or a ninja. There’s something about ninjas that was very appealing to me as a kid. So of course, I was climbing a lot of trees and other things and getting up to mischief – good mischief.” – Ray Park

History of International Ninja Day

The celebration of first International Ninja Day was held in the year 2003. Ninja Burger has created this Day. The purpose of this observance is to show the people that they deliver their burgers with the Ninja speed. It is also the Day that commemorates the release of The Last Samurai, a Tom Cruise’s movie. Ninjas were the professional spies in Japan. A ninja is also known as a shinobi. They were the warriors of the Iga Province of Japan during the Sengoku period. The ninjas existed between the 13th and the 19th century. They were from the trained group of spies and mercenaries featured as cunning, brave, secretive, and skilful fighters.

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International Ninja Day

Ninjas were not the elite class of fighters. They are the warriors raised from the basic people of the countryside, without access to proper armour, weapons, and training given to them. Many of the weapons which the Ninja used were from the agricultural roots. The ninja did not always work alone but, they work in groups. In those days, ninjas hadn’t worn the all black outfit ninjas like films, TV shows, books that depict now. These ninjas would often dress like the local civilians. The main responsibilities of a ninja as a spy was to mingle into his surroundings to do his job. They cannot be identified by their clothing, banner, weapons, and nationality.

Other Celebrations on December 5

December 5 is also celebrated as

How to Celebrate International Ninja Day

The best way to celebrate the International Ninja Day is to wear a ninja styled outfit. Get to know in detail about the ninjas, their tradition and culture. Sneak your coworkers as if you are a real ninja. You can watch any ninja movie along with your friends or family. Organise a ninja themed party at your home by inviting your friends and family to come with ninja styled dress. Give them a good Japanese styled food feast to spice up the celebration. Post and share your ninja day celebrations on the social media using the hashtag #NinjaDay.

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