It is one of the tools from China introduced into Okinawan Kobudo by master Sinko Matayoshi. Also known as the coiled dragon stick in China or in Spanish-speaking countries as the triple bar.
This tool is composed of three sticks joined together with metal rings or ropes. Handcrafted in beech wood, has standardised measurements, although the personal measurement of Okinawan sosetsukon is the length of the arms on the side sticks, and the width of the shoulders on the central stick. Very effective in the work of the three distances.
30 mm diameter, the central stick measures 60 cm and the others 64 cm. With rings of 35 mm and a length of 9 cm. Ideal for kata and contact.