This petite mini-blade Higonokami knife is small enough to carry in your pocket or attach to a key ring. Perfect for small tasks in cooking, craft, camping, or foraging.
Since 1894, Japanese bladesmiths have hand-crafted this simple folding pocket knife for everyday use. While there were once 40 members in the guild making genuine Higonokami knives, today there is only one maker - Nagao Kanekoma - left still making these knives, in Miki City, Hyogo Prefecture. Considered to be Japan’s first ironware town.
They also make a perfectly suited and meaningful gift to a loved one or yourself.
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Handmade Japanese Pocket Knife
Blade: Approx 3.8cm blade, Approx 5cm closed
Function: Cutting, slicing, chopping, stencilling and peeling.
Purpose: Small tasks. Sewing, cooking, camping, fishing, crafting, gardening, etc.
Hand-forged in Japan
This knife does not have a lock.
All higonokami knives show some marks that have occurred during manufacture.
Non stainless steel kitchen, chef and folding knives require a small amount of care to prevent surface rust.
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About The Brand
Higonokami is a traditional shape of folding knife with a long history.
Established in 1894 in Miki City, Hyogo Prefecture. Considered to be Japan’s first ironware town. Nagao Kanekoma has hand-forged Higonokami knives for more than 120 years. These handcrafted knife-making skills have been passed down through five generations.