Selling a 9Pc. Set of Okinawan Kobudo Martial Arts Equipment & Case
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This equipment is in Excellent Shape and has been barely used.
I will sell (a, b, c, d, e) below for $195.00 total for all 9 pcs.
If sold separately I will list the prices beside the items below.
As I sell the pieces separately I will indicate the item as sold and lower the Total cost accordingly.
You will get a better deal buying the whole lot from me at one time. Since its easier for me than you get the better deal.
The set includes:
a) One pair of 15" Chrome Octagon Sai with Zipper case. (Ninja Chrome training swords). $55.00 for the pair and case.
b) Two 21" Red Oak Shoto (Training Sticks) $24.00 each
c) One 40" Red Oak Wood Bokken With Hand Guard (Wood training Sword) $40.00
d) One 40" Red Oak Wood Bokken without hand guard (Wood Japanese martial Arts training sword). $35.00
e) One pair of 18" Wood Tunkua (Tonfa) (Training stick look like billy clubs). $50.00
Okinawan kobudo is a Japanese term that can be translated as "old martial way of Okinawa". It is a generic term coined in the twentieth century.
Okinawan kobudo refers to the weapon systems of Okinawan martial arts, included the rokushakubo (six foot staff, known as the "bo"), sai (dagger-shaped truncheon), tonfa (handled club), kama (sickle) and the eku (boat oar of traditional Okinawan design).
Okinawan kobudo may not be confused with the term Kobudo, which is described in the article Koryu, because the term Kobudo refers not to a weapon system but refers to a concept of moral from the feudal Japan.