Instructions for the Kanegawa No Tinbe Kata - Okinawan Weapons Kata

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Instructions for the Kanegawa No Tinbe Kata - Okinawan Weapons Kata

This section provides details on the Kobudo kata known as Kanegawa No Tinbe Kata. This martial arts weapon kata uses the Tinbe Rochin, a traditional Okinawan Kobudo weapons combination consisting of a shield (tinbe) and short spear (rochin). The Tinbe Rochin is not as well known as other Kobudo weapons such as the Bo, Nunchaku and Sai. For other traditional Okinawan weapons, please visit the main Kobudo Weapons section.

For other weapon katas, please the main Martial Arts Weapon Katas section.

Video Demonstration of Kanegawa No Tinbe Kata

Written Instructions for Technique

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