Japan Has a Ninja Certification Test

By Brian Ashcraft on at

On 22 October, there will be an examination for certification in the Koga-ryu school of ninjutsu. I am not making this up.

According to At Press, the certification test will be held at Zojo-ji, a Buddhist temple in Tokyo. The examination is thirty minutes long and covers your ninja knowledge of the Koga-ryu school.

Since the test is open to those ten and up, it probably isn’t that hard. A score above sixty is passing, and you can get another ten points based on your ninja outfit or ability to throw shuriken.