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The Hidehisa shears are designed for general garden use. Ideal for pruning branches, roses, flower and house plants.
Each piece is hand forged and sharpened using traditional methods. As such, each tool has its own variations ans irregularity. They are all handmade in Japan.
Each scissor is stamped with the characters ‘Hidehisa’ which during the Edo period, represented a mark of superior quality and craftmanship and has become the signature of Toyama Hamono products.
- Carbonized Steel
- Made in Japan
- Length 7.75" / 200mm
Toyama Hamono is a traditional shears manufacturer based in the Sanjo Niigata, Japan. Toyama Hamono was established in Sanjo, a town famous for the craft of blacksmithery, in 1861.
Their methods are based on the manufacturing methods of Japanease swords (Katana) and have been hand-making secateurs and shears for almost 160 years. Toyama Hamono enjoys a reputation throughout Japan and the world for producing an excellence in gardening shears.