Thieves rob ninja museum in Japan

Thieves robbed a ninja museum in Japan, making off with over a million yen.

The Iga-ryu Ninja Museum in central Japan is dedicated to the history of the famous Iga clan of ninja.

After an alarm was set off at 1:30pm on Monday the police rushed to the scene. Officers found the office door and a 150kg safe missing.

The safe had money collected from 1,100 people who visited the museum.

The popular tourist attraction allows visitors to learn about and throw ninja weapons, and watch ninja shows.