Whatever is said about Japanese knives is also true of Japanese scissors: they are extremely sharp, as they are made from carbon steel. As can be seen from the embossed characters, all the manufacturing processes, from forging, grinding and polishing to final assembly are carried out by hand (not that you could read all this from the characters). And they are an example of the Japanese love of tools which combines simplicity of design with maximum usefulness. Simply designed to fit the hand they are manufactured from solid metal with a powerful torsion spring and with their hardened blades are suitable for cutting shrubs, roses and bushes.
Length 19.5 cm, blade length 6 cm, weight 220 g.