There are almost no ninja left in Japan, as most of them were killed in combat in WWII - a very few centers remain, but the main focus of the clan is in centers on the Asian continent.
This is reserved for masters, and for the most revered of the Gyokku Ninja.
These have large numbers of students from among the mountain peoples. They are not usually open to outsiders, though a skilled outsider can be admitted at times.
This will be dedicated to international ninja of the Gyokku Clan, where any Gyokku Ninja from anywhere in the world can come and train entirely for free. Those who train for a while at this dojo can then move on to older dojo, including the Gyokku dojo in Japan.
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To be Jonin is to understand the deepest laws of the universe and to be able to see beyond time.
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The ninja clan 'serves' no one. To serve anyone is to not be free. We are free beings.
If you live in the West, it is unlikely that we would journey to meet you, as our centers of power are all in Asia.
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