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Definition funny of Bokken:

urbanA bokken is a wooden sword usually used for sword training. When a student begins to work with a sword, he learns basic maneuvers with a bokken. However, the bokken can also be used as an effective weapon since it is made of strong, heavy wood. In fact, many Ninja preferred to use the bokken on a mission than a regular sword.

urbanThe reasons for this are that a bokken is lighter and easier to carry, there is no risk of cutting oneself, bokken are very easy to camouflage since they can be stained or painted, and, when using proper techniques, a bokken can easily break bones and damage internal organs.

urbanA bokken is a katana made out of wood. It was used to train samurai in feudal Japan, and is now used in training for various other sword arts. Also known as a bokuto.

urbanThe swordsman handed the young lad his bokken, and training began.

urbanNoun: A bokken is a wooden sword of about the same weight as a katana (Japanese Sword). It was used in feudal Japan to train the Samurai. It is still in use nowadays, used in Kendo (and it's subsiduarys) for training alone. Pronounced "Bo'ken" where the ' denotes a pause.

urbanHe took up his bokken and wandered into the mountains to train.

urbanA wooden sword that is and was used to train samurai, other swordsmen, and nerds on youtube whose parents won't let them get a real sword.

songs

Songs about Bokken:

songsDe Bokken En De Schapen by Leoni Jansen from the Album Storyteller

songsHerders laat uw bokken en schapen by Madlot from the Album Ons is geboren

songsO herders, laat uw bokken en schapen by Quink Vocal Ensemble from the Album A Un Niño Llorando - Christmas with Quink Vocal Ensemble

books

Books about Bokken:

booksBokken: Art of the Japanese Sword (Literary Links to the Orient) by Dave Lowry and Mike Lee (Feb 1, 1986)

booksBokken, Art of the Japanese Sword (1991)

booksBokken by Axel Schultz-Gora (Dec 1, 2008)

booksLa biblioteca mágica de Bibbi Bokken (Las Tres Edades / Biblioteca Gaarder) (Spanish Edition) by Jostein Gaarder, Kirsti Baggethun and Asunción Lorenzo (Nov 20, 2012)

booksBokken: Art of the Japanese Sword (Literary Links to the Orient) by Lowry, Dave (1986) Paperback (1000)

booksBokken: Das hölzerne Schwert der Samurai von Schultz-Gora. Axel (2008) Taschenbuch by Schultz-Gora. Axel (1000)

booksBokken: Art of the Japanese Sword (Literary Links to the Orient) by Dave Lowry (1986) Paperback (1000)

movies

Movies about Bokken:

moviesBasic Bokken. Aikido. 2012 - Runtime: 1 hr Starring: Jose Isidro Directed by: Alfredo Tucci

moviesBeginner's Guide to Bokken Wooden Sword 2007 - Runtime: 50 mins Starring: Dana Abbott Directed by: Dana Abbott

moviesIntro to Bokken & Kobudo 1999 NR -

moviesAikido von A bis Z Ken Bokken 2011 - Runtime: 55 mins Starring: Reiner Brauhardt

moviesMasterclass Samurai Arts 2013 PG - Runtime: 1 hr 1 min Starring: Sueyoshi Akeshi

moviesBlade Taking: Bokken/tanto Tori & Sannin Waza: Takeshin Aiki-ju-jutsu Sandan Henka - CyberMonday Sale Price! G - Runtime: 2 hrs 30 mins Starring: Shihan Tony Annesi

moviesIntroduction to Bokken and Kobudo 2008 NR -

wiki

Wiki information Bokken:

Bokken

A bokken is a Japanese wooden sword used for training. It is usually the size and shape of a katana, but is sometimes shaped like other swords, such as the wakizashi and tantō. Some ornamental bokken are decorated with mother-of-pearl work and...

Bokken Lasson
Deceased Person, Person

Caroline "Bokken" Lasson was a Norwegian concert and cabaret singer. She is known for starting the Oslo cabaret Chat Noir in 1912, and also for introducing the children's song "Tuppen og Lillemor" to the Norwegian public.