Large choice of high quality wooden weapons for Japanese martial arts: Bokken (Bokuto), Tanto, Jo, Shoto and Suburito.
Our weapons are made in Japan by traditional process.
Our main supplier is Nidome in southern Japan.
Bokken (ie Bokuto) is a wooden sword used in Japanese martial arts.
2 categories of Bokken are available: Standard Bokken for practicing Aikido, Kendo or Iaido and Bokken Koryu for practicing the former Kenjutsu (Koryu) schools.
Tanto is a short wooden sword of about 30cm used in the practice of Aikido and Kenjutsu.
Our main supplier Nidome has been manufacturing wooden weapons since 1940 in Japan.
Jo is a wooden stick of about 128cm long used for the practice of Aikido and Jodo.
Our Jo are made in the South of Japan in traditional method.
Shoto is a short wooden saber of about 60 cm, also called Wakizashi or Kodachi. It is used mainly for the practice of the ancient schools of Kenjutsu (Koryu).
Suburito is a bokken for training. It is a little heavier than a standard bokken to improve the punching speed and strengthen the upper body muscles.
Laser engraving on wooden weapons.
When you order a wooden weapon, you can add an engraving as an option. Engravings in Japanese (Kanji, Hiragana or Katakana).
If you need help for a translation in Japanese, please contact us.
Other accessories or options for wooden weapons.
Onoha Itto ryu bokken - Oak (Heavy) White Oak / Red OakWeight 700g Length about 98cm Onoha Itto ryu is an ancient Japanese martial art school (Kobudo). Made of Japanese Oak and made in Japan When you touch this Bokken, you can see its naturally smooth surface.