A dog dressed like a “ninja” is led by a woman (R) dressed in a samurai costume during a festival at a shopping mall in Tokyo on February 5, 2011. Some 80 people in ninja costumes from the city of Iga in Mie Prefecture held the event to promote tourism in Iga, which hosts a ninja museum as well as an annual ninja festival. A ninja was an assassin or spy in feudal Japan (circa 15th century), usually trained for stealth, espionage and other unorthodox arts of war. AFP PHOTO
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