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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Ninja
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Q: Where can I find a ninja in Japan?

Ninja was a assassin or a detective a long time ago, and now there are no ninjas at all.
When you go to some sightseeing spots like Japanese castles, you can see volunteers costumed ninja.
You know, ninjas take secret missions, so they might exist even now, but no one can know. Does this sound natural?
A: Corrections:
1. "Ninja was a assassin..." → "Ninjas were assassins or detectives..."
2. "You can see volunteers costumed ninja." →
"You can see volunteers costumed as ninjas." [More natural: See volunteers in ninja costumes]
3. "No one can know" is fine but more natural: "nobody will ever know."
Q: Ninja(忍者)can not eat too much food because they will be fat. Does this sound natural?
A: Ninjas can't eat too much, or they will be fat.
Q: Ninja concierge is a chat guide service for foreign travelers in Japan. It gives you advises that are not written on a travel guide. For example, popular restaurants among local people, how and what to order in no English menu restaurants. Also it can be used for emergency occasion. Does this sound natural?
A: "Ninja concierge" is a chat guide service for foreign travellers in Japan. It gives you advice that is not written in a travel guide. For example, popular restaurants among local people, how and what to order in non-English speaking restaurants. Also, it can be used in emergency situations.
Q: We went to ninja museum and met real ninja.
A Ninja is a kind of spy or assassin who lived in Japan beginning in the 14th century.

It's a unique museum that see a ninja history and learned how to training become a ninja master.
If I were to be reborn ancient, I would want to be a ninja! Does this sound natural?
A: ​​We went to a ninja museum and saw real ninjas.
A Ninja is a kind of spy or assassin who lived in Japan during the early 14th century.

It's a unique museum that shows the history and training on how to become a ninja master.
If I were born in ancient time, I would want to be a ninja!
Q: Ninja is not a fighter, but spy.So they do not fight and as run away as they can. Does this sound natural?
A: Which one do you mean?:

The ninja is not a fighter, but a spy. He doesn't fight if he can run.

The ninja is not a fighter, but a spy. He doesn't fight, but runs as fast as he can.

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