The art of ninjutsu has a reputation for fighters that are ruthless, unstoppable, and invisible.
Their legendary exploits are almost superhuman. At the Marshfield Kamiyama Dojo, we know that legends
have a way of being embellished the more they’re repeated — but we also know that in many legends there
is a grain of truth.
The training here is both traditional and modern, both hard and soft, intense and relaxed. It is designed
to hone your body, mind, and spirit into an unstoppable force of nature. It is frequently hard,
sometimes boring, sometimes painful, and usually difficult. It is seldom easy, and most would not call it fun.
Training here is hard work. There are sticks and stones and sharp pointy things. If you’re afraid of
hard work, you don’t want to train here. If you’ve got a heart condition, a bum leg, a bad back, or
a trick elbow — you don’t want to train here. If you’ve watched some “ninja movies” and think it would
be “sweet” to flip out and do crazy ninja stuff, you don’t want to train here. If you think wearing a
black belt and funny shoes will make you a badass, you don’t want to train here.
Still interested? Contact us
and tell us why you should train here. We’ll think about it.