字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 you are No Good morning from Alberta, he's shrine, that we are checking out this beautiful shrine which has been used as a location for lots of movies and films because of its really dynamic, cool, stoic appearance. This shrine also has a significant cultural connection to the Koga Ninja, the ninja that used to live in this particular region. It is said that at this shrine, um, they would gather to do like town hall meetings. The Koga Ninja were more about protecting the community as a community. They were very communal people, communal ninjas. And so it is said that here at Iraqi Shrine they would often get together and discuss the city issues. They would get together and discuss tactics for protecting the community. And first thing we're gonna do this morning is check out the shrine, which has that sort of historical background. Makayla. Today we're coconut saffron in Jackson Buddha, which is the home of the Coca Ninja. And we're here to learn ninjutsu, uh, which should be pretty exciting. So just like every other a ninja theme park that we visited up until this point, you can rent a ninja outfit when you're exploring the area. So since this is the last video of the serious, I've pretty much accepted that this is my fate. I'm gonna dress up was a ninja again. We're going to do ninja things again. And so I have transformed today of a Navy Blue ninja and I've got a hood this time which is pretty cool. The Coca Ninja Village is very similar to other ninja villages across Japan in that it includes educational tours which showcase how historians speculate the ninja lived back during the feudal Japan era. One of the most interesting displays is an old fashioned ninja house built with the ninja's very particular evasion tactics in mind. Almost every room has an emergency escape road and is built so that ninja can trap enemies and have an advantage in battle is well, so here the Coca Ninja Village, just like the one in IGA. They have several all stricken course activities that you can tried when you're dressed up again Just to get a feel for some of the skills of the ninja had way that you sugar, Let's try it. Yeah, I don't signable. After taking on the obstacle course in Iga, I thought I could handle anything. Turns out coca villages challenges are a little harder on the body. Hato Kunis ass in this car from the onion. Hey, I feel thinking, huh? Where'd he go? Hey. Okay, here we go. I do. We gotta do it at that. I'm ready. He I don't think I can do this, but the stretch feels really nice. My leg feels great. Hello. That was a lot of work. I'm very, very tired. But apparently there's one more thing in this ninja park that we have to D'oh! This looks like it's gonna be the hardest one yet there. So just my luck. We're gonna try to walk on water, but the pool just happens to be surrounded by, uh, elementary school students. You seem to be very interested in one of about todo. I feel a lot of pressure to do a good job, but I don't have a lot of faith in myself, so we're just gonna have to see how it goes. No pressure. God. All right. It is very, very cold. My feet are freezing. But now there's all these Children watching, and they're like, cheering us on, and I feel so much pressure to actually try. It's so cold. But I got to do it. I think I was supposed to go across and trust me. I would really love to try life Feet hurt. It's so go on, then. I'm also just not very good at it. E I don't think I could be a ninja moment. I'm lost. Although I didn't successfully complete most of the challenges, I've still got a scroll and became an honorary ninja for doing my best. Sometimes that's all that matters. So the last spot that were visiting today in Coca City is the city got shoe gone, which is the Museum of Medicine in coca. A lot of the ninja spent their time collecting herbs and making medicine, all revenues for all sorts of things and poisons as well, which could be used in blow darts, too. Kill enemies. Thes days. Shiga Prefecture is known for its medicine and products that have entered the mainstream market. But at this museum you can apply to join a short cooking class where you learn to make herbal mochi snacks inspired by the ones Ninja allegedly made in the past. Many youtubers thes days they sell T shirts or, you know, like some sell jewelry. I I think I'm just gonna start selling medicine. Ninja were often used as spies and were sent on long missions where they had to gather information, thes snacks, help them stay healthy and absorb nutrients when they were too busy to eat a proper meal. Ah, huge emphasis is placed on the nutrients and the size. An ideal ninja snack is something that it's light, easy to carry and doesn't spoil easily. We learned how to make this snack, which they say is so tiny but packed with so much good stuff that Ninja could carry this with, um as they were out and they could survive eating this for days. It's actually pretty good. This is a pretty cool experience, and I learned a lot and had a lot of fun. So after one year, six prefectures and six videos, we now have visited every ninja village in Japan. Crazy, right? You two can have your own personal ninja experience when you come to Japan. One word of advice, though. Allow yourself a rest day because this muscle pain is no joke. Check the playlist for last year's videos. If you haven't caught up yet and let me know in the comments which one you like the best. Thanks so much for watching. It's been a long project and stick around for new videos, new faces, new subjects, places coming up soon. Thanks for watching. Bye.