^Shown above is a Chinese arquebus. These were the first firearms to come to Japan but they came in a limited supply.
Despite being an effective weapon arquebuses had a slow rate of fire. Because of this many lords preferred to use these weapons
for ambushes. Cavalry would sometimes use arquebuses as well if enough arquebuses were available.
^Shown above is a Tessen, a defensive fan weapon. Tessens were sold in mass-supply to China. They were also utilized
as specialized ninja defensive weapons. Tessens were especially popular in the Edo period after Tokugawa had united Japan.
Students in ninja schools during the Edo period sometimes learned sometimes how to effectively use weapons such
as the Tessen.
^Above is a Wakizashi outside of it's holder. A Wakizashi would be drawn by samurai if a Katana stopped being useful.
Examples of this would be indoors and for instance if a Katana broke. A Wakizashi was a one-handed weapon.