First up is Ainoken Kenjutsu. Better known as the "Love Sword" style, it focuses on defense and light, not really damaging attacks. It is excusably used with the boken and shinai (which does normal damage, and in other schools are used to safely train to use the katana and wakizashi).
Note: All maneuvers were created with The Ultimate Martial Artist 5ed, and may have to be tweaked to use them in a 6ed game.
Maneuver/ Phase /Points/OCV/DCV/Damage-Effect
Advance Ainoken Strike/ 1/2 /4/+0/+0/Weapon Strike
Atemi Strike/ 1/2 /5/-2/+1/2d6NND(1) Strike
Basic Ainoken Strike/ 1/2 /4/+2/+2/Weapon Strike
Chambara Ken ("Blade Clash")/ 1/2 /5/+2/+0/Bind, +10STR to Bind
Disarming By Hand Targeting/ 1/2 /5/+2/-1/Disarm, +10STR to Disarm Roll
Love's Wall/ 1/2 /5/+2/+3/Block, Abort, Unbalancing
Moving Love's Wall/ 1/2 /5/+1/+2/Block, Abort, FMove, Unbalancing
Weapion: Use Art With Clubs (+1 point, Use Art With Swords is free).
Optional Rules: Atemi Strike automatically strikes the vitals area, but does no extra damage because of location. Disarming By Hand Targeting does exactly that, but does no lingering damage beyond enough pain to force the opponent to drop his weapon. All other attacks are a 2d6+1 location roll (unless he decides to target low, which then the roll becomes 2d6+7).
Special Abilities: Experts at destroying objects. Use the "breaking things" Dispel on page 123 of The Ultimate Martial Artist book, except a focus is required.
Ability to Drain Strength, Endurance, and/or Dexterity (and, if I was rewriting this for 6ed, OCV and DCV are fair game also). Coincides with the Drain power as shown on page 123 of The Ultimate Martial Artist book, but again, a focus is required.
Finally, an Ainoken expert can paralyze his opponents without harming him by lightly taping certain presser points with his boken. This was written up as the following:
Paralysis Strike: Entangle 2d6, 2 DEF, Takes No Damage From Attack (+1/2), Cannot Be Escaped With Teleportation (+1/4) (35 Active Points), No Range (-1/2) Cannot Form Barriers (-1/4), Susceptible (hitting the same points will free subject, can be found out by a KS: Chinese Healing roll: -1/2), OAF (boken: -1). Total Cost: 15 points.
Of course, in 6ed, Cannot Form Barriers limitation does not exist (as it now is standard that Entangles cannot form barriers and if you want it to, take the Barrier power).
This was meant to be a 'soft, less violent' counterpart to the next martial art, Akaimi Kenjustu.