Kobudo

Beside empty hand combat, the Okinawan’s also began the practice of Kobudo (weapons). Because of King Sho Hashi’s ban on the traditional weapons (such as the samurai sword), the Okinawan’s began using their everyday farming implements as weapons. From this practice the most commonly thought of weapons became known as the: Bo (six foot staff), the Eku (the oar), the Kama (grass or cain sickle), the Tonkuwa or Tonfa (utility handle), and the Nunchaku (horse bit, and even rice flail). Thus was born Matayoshi Kobudo.

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