A nunchaku ninja in Japan goes in a batting range to hit some Baseballs… using his… uh… you know.

“Ninja master Hiroki nunchaku”, that’s what he’s called in Japan… goes into the batting range to hit some Baseballs… hitting 164 kph Baseballs using his nunchaku… (A fastball velocity 2 kph faster than Ohtani, Ohtani’s max fastball speed in the NPB is registered at 162 kph.)

 

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5 thoughts on “A nunchaku ninja in Japan goes in a batting range to hit some Baseballs… using his… uh… you know.

  1. I can’t understand any Japanese and I actually watched this with no sound, so what amused me the most was the 4-letter subtitled word that appeared after his first two missed attempts… the 14-year old in me wants to think they were swear words… 🙂

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    • That would be funny! Only problem is, and its hard to believe, but there aren’t “swear” words in Japanese! The first graphic (although I don’t read well) I think just said “miss.” The second one I can read and it said “foul.” I lived there 6 years and tried to find words that you “wouldn’t say to your Grandmother, or in front of her” and no one could give me any. Apparently it’s all in the inflection! So I guess he might have said “FOUL!” to himself even though we all know what he really wants to say. My Japanese wife quite likes the ability to say “new” things that English affords.

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  2. It has the Mythbusters problem of cool idea but too much build-up and dead time for the slim amount of actual cool content. (Not that Mythbusters was alone in having this problem, and a lot of its dead time was/is too-frequent commercials, but it’s extra noticeable in Mythbusters because the nuggets of actual content can be so cool. I mean, heck: lovable nerds, blowing unusual s**t up, and fainting goats!

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