A Special Exhibition "The NINJA - who were they?" 

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A Special Exhibition "The NINJA - who were they?" 

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Ninja are loved all over the world in a myriad forms, including films, anime and many more. Who exactly were the Ninja is still shrouded in mystery but, thanks to academic research carried out by Mie University and others, the truth is now being uncovered. The Ninja were people with comprehensive abilities in terms of "mind, skills and body" and ninjutsu was an accumulation of practical knowledge concerning nature and society. This exhibition offers you the opportunity to train yourself in throwing shuriken, improving your jumping power, and introduces skills like memory enhancing techniques, sending secret messages, and special breathing techniques necessary for successful completion of a mission. By studying old ninjutsu manuscripts, and with the help of modern science, we can get close to the "True Ninja" and find hints that may help us to survive in the coming future.

Overview

Title
A Special Exhibition "The NINJA - who were they?"
Period
July 2(Sat), 2016 - October 10(Mon), 2016
Opening hours
10 a.m. - 5 p.m. (Entrance closes 30 minutes prior to museum closing time)
Venue
Special Exhibition Zone, 1st floor, Miraikan
Closed
July 5, 12/ September 6, 13, 20 ,27/ October 4
Admission fees
Adults: 1,600 yen, Junior (Elementary school students to 18 years old): 1,000 yen (900 yen on Saturdays), Child (Preschoolers over 3 years old): 500 yen
*Also valid for the Permanent Exhibition.
*Free admission for 2 years old and under.
*Free admission for those in possession of a Disability Book and one accompanying person.
*During crowded times, number tickets will be issued and entrance regulations may be applied.
Organizers
Miraikan - The National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation, The Asahi Shimbun, Fuji Television Network, Inc.
Special cooperation
Mie University
Certificated by
Japan Ninja Council
Cooperation
Iga Ueno Tourist Association, Amako Ltd., NINJA JAPAN
Supported by
Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan, Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology, Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry, Japan Tourism Agency, TOKYO WATERFRONT AREA RAPID TRANSIT,INC.

Special Exhibition