Weapons - Kobudo
- 6 foot wooden staff tapering from 1 inch in the center to 3/4 inches on each end
- A standard walking cane with a curved handle used in the Wakiniguri Cane kata as taught by Taika Seiyu Oyata.
- Mistake made in translation. See Tijikun Bo.
- A sea going boat oar unique in design; round shaft; head is curved on one side and comes to a point on the other side
- An eku is an ancient weapon of Okinawan kobud? that originated from an oar, approximately 160 cm in length. It consists of a shaft and a blade. The blade is curved on one side and comes to a point down the middle on the other side.
- 48- to 50-inch wooden staff can be tapered as the bo or with a reverse taper (larger at each end)
- Bladed sickle originally used to cut sugarcane and rice
- Sai with prongs facing in opposite directions
- Wooden flail; two pieces of wood attached with a cord that is swung and twirled in order to strike an opponent; can also be used to trap weapons and limbs
- Manji attached to the end of a bo
- A dagger with two sharp prongs curving outward from the hilt, originating in Okinawa and often used in pairs
- 6ft rope with weights tied to both ends
- Two short sticks, about 2 ft long, used in pairs for striking and grappling
- Originally the handle for a grinder; used as a flail to spin and strike opponents