Japanese Town Has A Ninja Shortage

The Japanese town claiming to be the birthplace of the ninja is having a shortage of the stealth warriors.

Iga takes the heritage so seriously, that every year they host the Ninja Festival. Unfortunately, they’re suffering from depopulation, which means less money and people. Among the changes, so they can attract more tourists, Iga is relocating city hall and building a second ninja museum in its place.

Now they need ninjas. Performers to be specific. And they pay up to 85-thousand dollars a year. Of course you have to train hard. Sounds fun!

Source: Business Insider

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