Fou Tou Ou
A sword used in kung fu, known as the "hook and crescent" sword.
The battle axe
A judo term denoted instability or lack of balance
A style of kung fu that employs both hard and soft techniques
The metal sleeve located at the base of the handle next to the guard of a samurai sword
To hold strongly
Pins and poison darts shot through a blowgun
A target area in sport karate that includes the diaphragm, abdomen and side chest area.
Hooking action used in some ankle and sacrifice throws
A target area referred to in sport karate. It includes all of the head and face area
Locking or holding
A term often used in karate to pinpoint an area to be attacked. Usually refers to the lower trunk area
A name often used in place of Kendo during the Meiji era (1868 - 1912), especially by the military.
Ninja of the lowest rank who were often responsible for carrying out dangerous assignments