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Smithsonian Summer Camp: Soldiers and Dioramas - 17th-century Ninjas
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Smithsonian Summer Camp: Soldiers and Dioramas - 17th-century Ninjas

Monday, Jul 15, 2013 9:30a
S. Dillon Ripley Center Washington, DC

How did the Japanese ninja become legendary? This activity-based week is inspired by stories found in nonfiction and historical fiction, manga, anime, and films including Shinobi no Mono from 1964 and others that depict 17th-century Japanese warfare. Campers learn about history, weapons, and tactics as they trade and repaint 28mm plastic ninja and fighters; make a 12 x 18–inch village board; and plan, fight and discuss skirmish battles fought in rural villages and castles using instructor Al Gaspar's… Show more

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