These mini-scissors were created by Hasegawa Cutlery, a manufacturer of edged tools established in 1933 and located in Seki, Gifu Prefecture, Japan’s foremost cutlery-making town. You can cut with these scissors by gripping them with your fingers and pinching lightly.
Despite their small size, these cute mini-scissors have great cutting ability. They are the product of a scissors manufacturer’s pride; time-tested; reliable craftsmanship; inventive ideas and the production technology that forms their foundation. The small silk tassels are carefully handmade by Imasato, a specialist in tassels and knots founded in 1907 and located in Yame, Fukuoka Prefecture. For over 100 years, Imasato has been making tassels for Yame Chochin paper lanterns, which are a traditional handicraft. Imasato creates beautiful tassels that shine with subtle, artisanal skill.
The cases for these scissors are made from high-quality, genuine leather. Even when placed in a pencil case, purse, or drawstring pouch, they can be stored compactly, making them convenient for carrying.
Cohana, a high-quality handmade tool brand that focuses on local industries and crafts. “Cohana” is a brand derived from the goddess of Japanese mythology-Konohanasakuyahime.
Kibana Sakihime is beautiful as cherry blossoms bloom and is revered as the symbol of Japan’s Mt. Fuji, meaning prosperity.
The color of Cohana is a traditional Japanese color that feels the changeof the four seasons.
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