High school students learn the ancient sport of Kendo in their physical education classes. It sharpens a person’s reflexes and requires good eye-hand coordination.
When a group of American teachers visited the class shown below, the students invited them to participate. The first step is to put on the proper protective equipment.
The Americans are finally ready for combat.
Let the contest begin. Points are scored by striking the opponent on the top of the head, the top of the shoulders, or on the forearms.