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I appologise in advance if there is already a post answering this question, but could someone please give me a break down of the 9 ryu as far as which ones are ninjutsu schools and which ones are not. I know Togakure ryu and Kumogakure ryu are ninjutsu schools but am unsure on the rest. Thanks in advance.

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Shouldn't Gyokuskin-ryû belong to that list, too?

Also, Gyokko- and Kotô-ryû are linked to Togakure-ryû, AFAIK.

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could someone please give me a break down of the 9 ryu as far as which ones are ninjutsu schools and which ones are not.

Could you outline what you mean by "ninjutsu schools"? Maybe people who know more about individual ryuuha can answer you better then.

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Hmm let me see. I've heard many different guesses but what I remember hearing was that some of the ryu were ninjutsu and some were samurai schools. I'm just trying to clearify which is which if that is the case. Thank you all for your responses.

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OK. I don't think that's really the case, as there weren't separate "samurai" and "ninja" people in Japan.

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Depends on how you look at things. I would say all 9 are related to ninjutsu ( I know im gonna get fried for this one).

I used to think 3 out of 6 but gradually I´ve moved closer to 9 out of 9.

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Well, they are all connected to Takamatsu-sensei, so....


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ok i'm confused now. So all nine are...? Thanks to everyone for your reply.

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Musasabi wrote:
OK. I don't think that's really the case, as there weren't separate "samurai" and "ninja" people in Japan.


Also Skuggvarg said;

Depends on how you look at things. I would say all 9 are related to ninjutsu ( I know im gonna get fried for this one).


I believe the same, they are all Ryus, some are only concentrated on fighting and battle strategies while some also concentrated on other Ninja skills too. Ninja used to train them to get stronger and more ready.
I also think that even sometimes Samurai and Ninja looked very similar, there was a distinction between the two. This came from the lineage,religious backround and etc.

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I believe the same, they are all Ryus, some are only concentrated on fighting and battle strategies while some also concentrated on other Ninja skills too. Ninja used to train them to get stronger and more ready.


The Ninja could be called those, who - from a school of fighting - concentrated on certain special things, like espionage and such "behind the scenes of the actual battle" kind of things. Things that might be used before the battle itself, to be able to nail the enemy in the battle. Or settle the issue without a battle at all. And the methods weren't always... those that one would like to talk about in the media...

Kinda like the CIA and other intelligence agencies these days?

IMO.

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