Which martial art uses weapons?
Kendo (剣道, kendō, lit. ‘sword way’, ‘sword path’ or ‘way of the sword’) is a traditional Japanese martial art, which descended from traditional Japanese swordsmanship (kenjutsu) and uses bamboo swords (shinai) and protective armor (bōgu) instead of real swords, like some other Japanese martial arts.
What is Japanese stick fighting called?
Bōjutsu (棒術), translated from Japanese as “staff technique”, is the martial art of stick fighting using a bō, which is the Japanese word for staff. Staffs have been in use for thousands of years in Asian martial arts like Silambam.
What is known as stick fighting art?
Filipino Kali is the art of stick fighting using hard bamboo sticks to strike and defend. Filipino Kali teaches weapons fighting before bare hand-to-hand combat. Kali is an ancient term used to signify the martial arts in the region of the Philippines. In the Southern Philippines, it is called Kali-Silat.