Banshu Hamono

Pincer-type Scissors

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Outline

A Japanese traditional craft (Hyogo). The Pincer-type Scissors is one of the best items of BANSHU HAMONO! Banshu Hamono (Edged tools) is the tradition of Japan.

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USD 150.00

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Description

Also called "ito-kiri" (thread-cutters). In addition to being able to cut fine thread easily, they are designed not to damage ornamental fabrics etc., thanks to the slightly rounded edge.

If you pick the item up in your hand, you will immediately understand how easy this unique handmade product is to use.

Item Infomation

Product NamePincer-type Scissors
Artifact NameBanshu Hamono
MakerBANSHU HAMONO
The place of ProductionHyogo, Japan
Delivery DateIt'll approximately take 20 days from the date of ordering
UseSewing
SizeL : 10.5cm *Edge : 3.6cm
Weight22g
ColorSilver
MaterialAohagane Steel

About Products

Please note that the actual item's size, color, and pattern may differ from the reference images online because each item is hand-made.

Note

  • Comes packaged with a cloth in a black paulownia box.

Price

USD 150.00
Consumption tax /
VAT included & Free shipping

About US...

Aohagane Steel

Aohagane Steel – the hardest and highly-durable quality steels.

Banshu Woven

Banshu fabrics used to wrap edged tools are traditional weaves of Nishiwaki City in
Hyogo Prefecture and have long been popular in Japan.
With their natural, soft texture and rich colors, they are now also being adopted by
makers of top brands overseas.
The current material, made using scraps of woven Banshu, was realized through the
cooperative efforts of Banshu locals.