Kenjutsu, which originated with the samurai class of feudal Japan, means "the method, technique or the art of the sword." This is opposed to kendo, which means "the way of the sword". With the increasing interest in Japanese martial arts outside Japan during the 20th century, people in other countries started taking an interest in kenjutsu. Many martial artists who study Japanese martial arts know the principles of kenjutsu. For modern kenjutsu type training, most practice is done in suburi style with bokken. This bokken It is constructed from a solid piece of wood that has a black finish and a golden design. The handle has a nylon wrap to prevent slippage when sparring. An ABS guard is provided to protect the hands. Not only do you get this great bokken but it comes with a nylon carrying case for transporting it to and from class.
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