Modified from a horses bit called a muge, the Nunchaku is typically made of two wooden sticks of 12 inches and connected together by a rope or a chain.
Usually 6 feet in length, the Bo was used to balance and carry baskets by farmers.
Also 6 feet in length, the Eku Bo is an oar made of oak. One round side while the other is "heaped"
The Sai is made out a main stem and two curved prongs.
Originating from a farming tool, the Tonfa was used to turn a millstone to mill the grain.
Utilized by farmers, the Kama used for cutting grass and reaping crops.