Samurai’s armour was mostly made out of leather or cloth and was dressed in heavy armour when he went to battle. They wore baggy and he wore a colorful robe called a kimono. It was flexible and the samurai was able to move freely. Boxlike panels covered the samurais chest and back, followed up by that, metal sleeves had protected his arms. After that, he wore a ferocious looking iron helmet that frightens enemy and protect his face. The weapons that belonged to samurai were bows, arrows, spears, and swords. The bow was about 8 feet long and ha samurai had to have great strength in order to use it. Samurai rode on horses and shot arrows at its opponent while riding. Foot soldiers used and threw spears at soldiers who were riding on horse, to knock them off. After they would knock them off with the thrust of the spear, they would kill the enemy With such power. Samurai’s most possessed weapon is the sword. Sword makers were great craftsmen and they made one of the most finest swords in the world used in battle. They would be flexible and not break, but razor sharp. Each samurai carried two swords, one to fight with a curved blade, and the other, a shorter sword, to cut off heads. The training and fighting skills samurai warriors used were extreme. Archery masters taught them mental and physical training. This kind of training, well any kind of training, required extensive training. The training had practiced shooting accurately without thinking, breathing properly, and to shoot opponents while riding on a horse. Fencing or swordsmanship taught warriors to learn how to force an enemy to make the first move, how to dodge a swipe of a sword, and how to fight in small spaces or fighting against more than two opponents. Other training included martial arts. This was taught in case of no weapon is in hand or if one had broke. They used martial arts to defend themselves without any weapon or using other objects like metal fans or wooden staffs.