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Crazy Tokyo bar rewards you with free drinks for accurate ax throwing, offers shuriken option

Reeast Room is “a theme park where you can do things that you’re normally not allowed to.”

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Ninja-star throwing contest now accepting applicants, grand champion gets a golden shuriken

Have you got what it takes to be the deadliest shuriken slinger?

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Japanese Twitter user reveals the secret gift foreigners love to get from Japanese tourists

It’s cheap, easy, and it makes their Naruto dreams come true.

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Man arrested in Japan for stockpiling throwing stars and knives because he “likes ninja”

He had the arsenal of Japan’s shadow warriors, but not their stealth.

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We visited the awesome Ninja Trick House in Tokyo!

Use a Japanese sword and throw shuriken stars like a ninja for less than ten bucks in the heart of Tokyo!

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Japan Ninja Council fulfills wealthy shadow warriors’ wishes by selling solid gold throwing stars

Stylish shinobi seeking silver shuriken similarly supplied.

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Believe it! Now you too can become a ninja at the Ninja Academy in Nara Prefecture

There’s no sexy-no-jutsu training here.

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Now you can be the coolest ninja on the block with these awesome origami shuriken

Origami is known worldwide as the art of paper-folding, and while most people associate it with Japanese culture, it also has history in China and Europe as well. We’re not sure what it is, but there is something strangely satisfying about turning a flat piece of paper into a three-dimensional model resembling anything from flowers to animals to vehicles.

One particularly fun shape to make are ninja throwing-stars, like the ones you see above. If you’re in the mood for some crafts and would like to give it a try, follow us after the jump to get started!

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American Ninja: Throwing star range and sake bar to open in Kentucky, US

If you’re a budding ninja warrior looking for a place to practice using lethal weapons but can’t quite afford a ticket to Japan, perhaps Kentucky, USA would be a slightly more viable option? And if you also happen to enjoy a drop of Eastern booze in between flinging ninja stars then all the better, as a website advertising a ninja throwing star practice range and sake bar recently popped up online, with the venue itself apparently due to open in spring 2014.

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