High School Ninja Girl Viral Video Takes Japan by Storm

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This is an unusual sight, even for Japan.

A viral video titled “Japanese School Girl Chase #Ninja” is currently making waves on the Japanese internet, having already racked up more than 4 million views.

The video starts off with two normal-looking Japanese high school girls making a smartphone video in their school classroom. It quickly takes a turn into the unexpected, as the girls begin chasing each other around the school, scaling the walls like ninjas, ending up at a Shinto shrine where they bow politely before backflipping off the top of the shrine. Set in famed resort town Atami, the video continues on to show the girls jumping off high buildings and running around the town while smoothly pulling off the kind of ninja moves only seen in anime.

The video has become a hot topic among the Japanese internet community, with commenters making statements such as, “I thought it was going to be just a couple of normal high school girls, but…”, “It was really cute when they bowed at the shrine”, “I felt my stomach drop when they jumped off the building”, and the dubious comment “I tried doing this when I was in high school, but I got arrested”.

With the video receiving this much attention from the Japanese internet, it definitely seems worth checking out for yourself.

Japanese School Girl Chase #Ninja
http://youtu.be/qHFr1_md3Ok

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Cartwheeling schoolgirl ninjas, short skirts flapping in the wind.

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Ninjas and shrines just belong together.

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This is immediately before the girls dive from the castle tower.

High School Ninja Girl 忍者女子高生
This is an unusual sight, even for Japan.

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