Ninza, ninja (忍者) yoki shinobi (忍び), Yaponiyada feodal jamiyat hukm surgan vaqtda vujudga kelgan yashirin josus va yaxshi jangchi. Ninzaning vazifalari josuslik, infiltratsiya, va suiqasd kabilarni o‘z ichiga oladi.[1] Shuningdek, ninzaning noqonuniy ishlarni amalga oshirish uchun foydalangan yashirin usuli samuraylar uchun hurmatsizlikni bildiradi.[2]

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