Japan will use ninja to help boost tourism the next few years. Ninja will promote Japan and ninja culture the run- to the 2019 Rugby World Cup and the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. Ninja are a famous symbol Japan and many people the world know about these dark-clothed figures who are great fighting and can run across rooftops great speed. Several ninja gave an example of their skills Wednesday when a group of them "sneaked" into the office of Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe. This was the start the ninja tourism campaign. Mr Abe joked with the ninja. He said: "Even though you're all wearing such bright colors, you were still able to slip the tight security of my office."
A ninja was a kind secret agent, spy and fighter Japan. He or she was a specialist who was skilled many areas. The main functions a ninja included assassination, fighting, infiltration (getting an enemy area or building), sabotage and spying. The first ninja appeared the 15th century when they helped warlords win land and get more power. In the 19th century, ninja became popular figures art, literature and early manga. Artists and writers surrounded them mystery and gave them legendary abilities, such as invisibility, walking water and being able to control the natural elements. Today we see them the world in movies, cartoons, comics, games and manga.