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Higonokami Brass Folding Knife

Sale price75€
Pickup available at BOWS & ARROWS Store Usually ready in 24 hours

Higonokami Brass Folding Knife



Pickup available, usually ready in 24 hours

17 Rue Notre Dame de Nazareth
Tue to Sat, from 12h30pm to 7h30pm
75003 Paris

  • A beautiful iconic folding knife
  • Cuts paper, wood, craft
  • A tool you will cherish for a lifetime
  • Made by one single craftsman
  • Higonokami's simple design hasn't changed for over 100 years, and is a long-life design that has been and is still loved
  • Japanese traditional folding knife. XS, S, M, L, XL use blue steel for the blade, and the sharpness lasts for a long time.

The handle of this pocket knife is made of brass and the blade is made from the famous Japanese “blue steel” (aogami). As the Higonokami knifes are purely hand made, each knife is unique, and may come with a slight difference, resulting from the variations during the final finishing step.

The Brass knifes can be perfectly polished and sharpened at home, making it a precious tool with the patina always coming back, showing higonokami's true value: being an humble and daily tool for the ones who appreciate them.

This famed Japanese pocket knife, comes with a shape that hasn't changed since the Meiji period (1868-1912). This folding knife is very versatile and can be easily carried in your bag, and to be used for many purposed. Only one last craftsman, Motosuke Nagao, who has inherited the family's blade crafting skill, is able to produce the true Higonokami.

His family has initially started the knife making at Miki, which is one of the birthplace of iron-sand crafting in Hyogo prefecture, Japan. The craftsman, Motosuke, is the 4th generation.

Extra Small: 91 mm when unfolded, with a 38 mm length of blade 
Medium: 165 mm when unfolded, with a 72 mm length of blade
Large: 172 mm when unfolded, with a 74 mm length of blade
Extra Large: 210 mm when unfolded, with a 95 mm length of blade

Care: After use, clean the blade with cotton soaked with olive oil to prevent it from rusting.