Kobujutsu (ancient warrior art) also known as Kobudo (ancient warrior ways) is a uniquely Okinawa Bukijutsu (weapon fighting art).
Severely restricted in weapon ownership by
conquering Japanese Samurai, the early Okinawa
Bushi (warriors) improvised weapons from obscure
tools and implements to protect themselves and
Okinawa citizenry from bandits, pirates, and thugs.
Sensei Lee Gray upholds the traditions and
ideals of the ancient Okinawa Bushi through
carefully preserved techniques of early
Sensei Gray teaches the
hojo undo (supplementary exercises)
kihon waza (foundation skills)
kata (form) and oyo (application) of the
Bo (staff) - Sai (truncheon)
Tonfa (short handled club) - Nunchaku (flail)
Kama (sickle) - Guwa (hoe)
Eiku (boat oar) - Tinbe (shield)
and many other Kobujutsu implements .
Individuals interested in more information
regarding Okinawa Kobujutsu training may
contact Sensei Gray at:
Martial Arts for Body, Mind and Spirit