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A small Japanese city was deluged with applications after reports of a ninja shortage

Family dressed as ninjas look at a map as they search for hidden ninja mannequins during a ninja festival in Iga, about 450 km (280 miles) from Tokyo, April 6, 2008. The quiet city of 100,000 attracts almost 30,000 visitors for its annual ninja festival, which runs from April 1 to May 6 and features ninja-inspired dance performances, competitions, and opportunities to practise ninja skills. Picture taken April 6, 2008.

  • The Japanese city of Iga has clarified that it is, in fact, not hiring ninjas.
  • News of the ninja shortage was first reported by an NPR podcast and was picked up by world media, including Business Insider.
  • Iga has made clear, however, that it is not hiring ninjas after being inundated with applications from around the world.
  • The flurry of interest could at least provide a tourism boost for the city, which is suffering from depopulation.

A small Japanese city has been inundated with applications after reports it was suffering from a ninja shortage.

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Source : BusinessInsider.Com





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