Is there much empty hand technique in Ninjutsu? If so whats it like?

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  1. cpthindsight

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    Is it like Karate or jujitsu?

    Is ninjutsu basically dead or have the techniques been preserved well?
     
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    Transk53 The Dark Often Prevails

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    Back in 1990, I lived in Ipswich (UK) for around six months. Tried Ninjitsu for a bit. Had some rolls and throws. How does that differ. Just curious :)
     
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    If you are talking about the x-kans, then think more along the line of Japanese Jujutsu. Striking, throws, grappling, weapons, etc.

    And yes, it is preserved just fine. Depending on who you train with.
     
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    Psst… the OP appears to have been a troll, and is now banned… but, if you're wanting to add, he actually posted this twice, and the other version got a bit more attention…
     
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