Okinawan Style Tonfa
The tonfa (Okinawan: トンファー tonfā, Malay: topang, Chinese: 柺; pinyin: guǎi) also known as tong fa or tuifa, is a melee weapon best known for its role in the armed component of Okinawan martial arts. It consists of a stick with a perpendicular handle attached a third of the way down the length of the stick, and is about 15–20 inches (380–510 mm) long. It was traditionally made from red or white oak and wielded in pairs. The tonfa is believed to have originated in either China or Southeast Asia where it is used in the respective fighting styles. A similar weapon called the Mai sok san is used in Krabi-krabong and tomoi.
- Ideal for the traditional Kobudo practitioner
- Ergonomically shaped handles provide exceptional fit
- Crafted from premium ash wood
- Sold in pairs
Sizes: 14" with 2-3/4" Grip Area, 17" with 3 inch Grip Area and 19-1/2" with 3-1/2" Grip Area