A weapon, arm, or armament is a tool or instrument used with the aim of protection against stronger attacker or attackers' weapon can cause damage or harm to living beings or artificial structures or systems. Weapons are used to increase the efficacy and efficiency of activities such as hunting, fighting, self-defense, crime, law enforcement, and war.

Few weapons we teach in our clubs only to the selected students.


Okinawan Knuckle Duster. Although the Tekko can be seen throughout Asia in different shapes, size's and type, it's origin in Okinawa can tell us that the first proto-type Tekko to be used was indeed from using a horses shoe


The standard Bo or Kun is the straight six-foot-long flexible bamboo stick, they do vary in length and shape. A very useful weapon when used for defense against another Bo or Sai. Can be used for blocking, thrusting and stabbing.


Originally, the Sai was formed from two components, the curved prong section and the main stem. When first introduced it was called the Jutte. Fashioned of steel and chrome-plated, it is a most useful weapon. Effective in blocking the thrusts of a katana, attacking pressure points for control and restraint and for use in thrusting and stabbing. There are other types of sai still in use today.


In Okinawa, the forerunner of the Nunchaku was the bit used as part of the bridle for a horse. Next came the construction of two hardwood sticks that were securely connected by rope braided from horses' tails. Today the sticks are connected with rope or chain.


Originally wooden handle fitted into a hole on the side of a millstone used by Okinawa's for milling grain. Oak and cherry wood is today's most popular material for making the Tonfa. A very popular weapon used by police forces throughout the world.


The kama is one of two bladed weapons used in our Kobudo. The kama has a long, curved, single-edged blade used for mowing or reaping a farmer's crop. It was fashioned very effectively for self-defense use. It has a capability of killing or maiming quickly and effectively. It is recommended that when training alone with a live-bladed kama you keep the protection covers over both blades.


A shuriken literally "sword hidden in the hand" is a traditional Japanese concealed weapon that was generally used for throwing, and sometimes stabbing or slashing. They are sharpened hand-held blades made from a variety of everyday items such as needles, nails, and knives, as well as coins, washers, and other flat plates of metal. Shuriken are commonly known in the West as "throwing stars" or "ninja stars" though they took many different shapes and designs during the time they were used.