tsukeshime bachi (usually smaller diameter, softer "hou" wood)
nagado bachi (usually larger diameter, harder "kashi" wood)
6 PM to 7:25 PM: We studied Koneri, particularly the swapping out between kine'rs. Koneri 1 was reviewed fairly quickly, but we really concentrated on Koneri 2 since some people had never fully learned and we tried to formalize the breakdown of the movements. People switched on and off kine and drums (though that was only until we really dove into Koneri 2, after which Andrew stayed on one drum to keep the beat).
7:25 PM to 7:45 PM: We focused on the ripple Naname ji, both the "1,3,4,6" and the "2,5" variants. For the "2,5" we hit kas for those and played the "1,3,4,6" in dons. After playing together for a few rounds, we drilled it as "All Against One."
Everyone present probably had around 50 to 65 minutes of drum time, with the exception of Andrew who probably had closer to 65 to 80 minutes of drum time.