Enjoy donning black and capable of back flips? Then you may want to consider moving to Japan for the chance to become a real life ninja.
The Aichi region is seeking to hire six full-time ninjas to boost "warlord tourism".
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Ninjas were 15th-century Japanese mercenaries specialising in espionage, assassination, sabotage and other forms of irregular warfare.
The job pays 180,000 yen a month (£1,100) and requires a high level of physical fitness, acrobatic skills and a passion for history and tourism.
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Speaking Japanese is only a preferred skill, rather than essential, and no combat experience as a ninja is required – in fact admitting you have killed people for money may put your application in jeopardy.