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Higonokami

Kyoso

29,95 € *

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  • Pocket Knife
  • 16,5 cm
  • 7,5 cm
  • 2,7 mm
  • 38 g
  • 7Cr17
  • Stainless Steel
  • Friction
  • Manual
  • Friction Folder
  • Black
  • Uncoated
  • 01PE312
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The folded handle of the Higonokami Kyoso is made from dark stainless steel and has a subtle lanyard hole. The partially black-coated blade consists of 7CR with a light stonewash finish.read more
The folded handle of the Higonokami Kyoso is made from dark stainless steel and has a subtle lanyard hole. The partially black-coated blade consists of 7CR with a light stonewash finish.
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Higonokami

The first Higonokami knives were made as early as 1896 in the Japanese town of Miki. After the last samurai were forbidden to carry swords in public, many blacksmiths started to make knives. Higo no Kami was then an honorary title for especially powerful samurai, and it quickly became the name for the knives produced there. Since then the construction of the classic Higonokami has hardly changed. The handle is usually made of one piece of folded metal, the knife is opened by a lever (Chikiri) on the back of the blade. By pressing the lever while holding the knife, the blade is kept open.

The first Higonokami knives were made as early as 1896 in the Japanese town of Miki. After the last samurai were forbidden to carry swords in public, many blacksmiths started to make knives.... more

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