The Sai is a traditional weapon used in Asian countries including India, Thailand, China, Vietnam, Malaysia, Indonesia, Okinawa and Japan. In the west, it is most associated with Okinawa Kobudo (in Okinawa the sai was also used by domestic police to arrest criminals and for crowd control) and Japanese styles of Martial arts. The basic form of the weapon is that of a pointed, prong shaped metal baton, with two curved prongs projecting from the handle. It is generally used in pairs with lengths varying from 13” to 21”. It is one of the more commonly known Asian weapons and is also purchased for display purposes, in addition to use for training.
Sai case is used for transportation and storage to protect the sai from damage and chipping. It also helps prevent moisture off the sai. All Sai are sold in pairs.