Learn the Kendo Kihon Bokuto Waza

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Learn the Kendo Kihon Bokuto Waza

Below are instructions and videos for the basic Kendo Kihon Bokuto Waza (or Bokuto Ni Yoru Kendo Kihon Waza Keiko Ho). These pages will help you to learn the nine Kendo kihon bokuto wazas for your next test.

If you are looking for main Kendo katas, please visit the Kendo Katas section.

Kendo Kihon Bokuto Waza

  • Kendo Ippon Uchi No Waza
  • Kendo Ni/Sandan No Waza
  • Kendo Harai Waza
  • Kendo Hiki Waza
  • Kendo Nuki Waza
  • Kendo Suriage Waza
  • Kendo Debana Waza
  • Kendo Kaeshi Waza
  • Kendo Uchi-Otoshi Waza

Youtube Video of a Kendo Kihon Bokuto Waza Demonstration


  1. Cleveland Kendo Association, Nihon Kendo Kata, http://www.clevelandkendo.com/kata.htm, Added - 01/09/14

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