First, it's nothing like a Tenkara pole - it simply isn't designed for it.
Second, the tip sections are extremely fragile. Look at it cross-eyed, and it will break. I wouldn't recommend anything heavier than 4 lb line.
Third, it's best use to toss and soak some sort of "natural" bait - worms, minnows, or Berkeley scent bait. Either set up with a bobber with a light weight (split shot) and then a hook at the bottom, or lose the bobber and just do the light weight and hook.
Finally, this type of rig can be amazingly successful at catching fish. While it's not regarded very highly in the USA, European anglers have some very sophisticated rigs using this type of pole.