The Rise of Ninjutsu [Open] Sept 9, 2021 18:09:00 GMT
Post by Hans Walzman on Sept 9, 2021 18:09:00 GMT
Despite the fact that staying in the Digital World was now like a drug, Hans couldn't turn away from his primary goal of traveling to Japan. Also, knowing about the potential dangers of the Wonderland and somewhat lack of combat experience, knowledge of Ninjutsu (or rather part of it) represented a crucial value for the young tamer. That's why upon returning to the real world, Walzman didn't hesitate to visit master Hatsumi. Luckily, the slip of time between worlds was beneficial for the tamer, so not much time passed since his mystical disappearance, so nobody noticed it. Even the morning' hassle with a FlameWizardmon couldn't ruin Hans' plans of visiting the school. After all, the Swiss guy was a very dedicated guy and if he had a target, there would be nothing that could stop him.
The Ninjutsu (or Ninpo) training school, also called a dojo, was located on borders of Eastern Shibuya and its downtown part as the price of rent was an important thing to consider for Masaaki. It was very convenient for those who were interested in the combat side of the art as the training grounds were in the Eastern part of Shibuya. For those, who wanted to learn only its history, traditions, and similar things, a place downtown was good enough. This is where Hans came, with his Renamon in the Digivice, so his partner would gain some knowledge about Ninpo too. Hand-to-hand combat skills Walzman didn't consider useful, at least for now.
"Masaaki Hatsumi? Greeting, master. I'm Hans Walzman, we had a chat a month ago about the training. Can I enter?". The guy said upon entering the dojo, performing a deep bow. The sixty old year man with purple hair bowed in return only it was a little shorter. Then he pointed to what looked like a pillow. Knowing Japanese culture a bit, Hans considered this totally understandable as Masaaki was way older. And pointing to the pillow meant the Seiza posture, which was a very common thing in Japan.
Hans did as the master said, but the training didn't start yet. As Masaaki said a moment later, there could be other people who could come today. That's because Hans' group was international, meaning the master will speak in English. However, there shouldn't be too many people since advertise of Ninjutsu schools was rare. That's because not many people are heard of ninjas, and even fewer were interested in its non-combat aspects. But Hans was very curious about who else wants to study the art. Because who knows, maybe he could become a member of a ninja clan, even if a virtual?