The Khakkhara is one of eighteen implements which are allowed bonzes to carry at all times. According to old scriptures, it had been used as a stick for aged or ill bonzes, to get rid of vermin during ascetic exercise in mountains or moor, to make a signal of mendicant in front of houses, and so on. As one of belongings with ascetic people, it seems that the Khakkhara had been used before the establishment of Buddhism. It was in the 6th century when it has been brought over into Japan at the same time as Buddhism. With the prosperity of Buddhism, Khakkhara had been become ornamental, and the meaning of each ornament had been given weight in scriptures. This means it had been changed from an practical implement to a ritual one. Khakkhara has two types, old-type and new-type. In the middle of the 12th century which was the end of Heian period, new-type had appeared. In this paper, I'd like to try to chronicle and study the old-type Khakkhara's original form by examining the archeological Khakkharas and the Khakkharas of Nara or Heian period' which are still kept in temples.