Higo No Kami (traditional Japanese pocket knife) this is a remarkably sharp and useful knife.

Higo No Kami (traditional Japanese pocket knife) this is a remarkably sharp and useful knife.

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The kiridashi can be thought of as a stripped down pocket knife. Its a traditional Japanese design that is compact and rugged. Dashis have a variety of uses such as: carving, cutting cord, opening boxes, light prying, gardening, removing splinters, etc. Basically its the ultimate utility knife with style. Simple and highly functional. They measure roughly 4 from tip to tail. These kiridashis are recycled from old files, which are known to knife makers to contain some of the best steel in the…

The kiridashi can be thought of as a stripped down pocket knife. Its a traditional Japanese design that is compact and rugged. Dashis have a variety of uses such as: carving, cutting cord, opening boxes, light prying, gardening, removing splinters, etc. Basically its the ultimate utility knife with style. Simple and highly functional. They measure roughly 4 from tip to tail. These kiridashis are recycled from old files, which are known to knife makers to contain some of the best steel in the…

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Itto Ryu Japanese Pocket Knives
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Higonokami continues the Japanese tradition of Higo knives, a traditional style of Japanese pocket knife, with the Higonokami Folder.

Higonokami continues the Japanese tradition of Higo knives, a traditional style of Japanese pocket knife, with the Higonokami Folder.

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Japanese Sterling Silver Etched Pocket Knife & Toothpick Charm Pendant UNIQUE #Japanese #Pendant

Japanese Sterling Silver Etched Pocket Knife & Toothpick Charm Pendant UNIQUE #Japanese #Pendant

Traditionally known as the Higonokami, the “Higo” knife has been produced by Miyamoto Manufacturing Co. since the late 1920s. First developed in 1894 by the hardware wholesaler, Tasaburo Shigematsu and blacksmith Sadaharu Murakami, it quickly rose to great renown in Japan.

Traditionally known as the Higonokami, the “Higo” knife has been produced by Miyamoto Manufacturing Co. since the late 1920s. First developed in 1894 by the hardware wholesaler, Tasaburo Shigematsu and blacksmith Sadaharu Murakami, it quickly rose to great renown in Japan.

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Higonokami-Japanese-Folding-Pocket-Knife-Miniature-Small-Mini-Size-with-bell-F-S

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Best Made - Japanese Higo Pocket Knife. Laminated Japanese White Steel With A Tsuchime (hand-Hammered) Finish.

Best Made - Japanese Higo Pocket Knife. Laminated Japanese White Steel With A Tsuchime (hand-Hammered) Finish.

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