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The sword pattern [sanbonsugi] was created by sword smith Magoroku Kanemoto in the late Muromachi period (1336-1573).
The name "Sanbonsugi" was derived from the fact that the three swords have a row of sharp, even-grained heads, with each of the three swords interlaced with a protruding, high, random pattern that looks like a row of standing cedars.
The excellent traditional techniques handed down from the Muromachi period (1333-1573) are still used today in the production of blades.

Three-layer stainless steel construction. The two layers on the side are rust-resistant, and the core is made of stainless steel for good cutting performance.

*About us
Seki-shi, Gifu Prefecture, is a town of cutlery. We established FINECRAFT Ltd. in 2002 in Seki City, Gifu Prefecture, the town of cutlery.
Seki City is called "3S of cutlery" along with Solingen and Sheffield.
It is known as one of the world's leading cutlery production centers, and has been producing cutlery since the Kamakura period.
Seki has inherited the history of Japanese swords, which are said to be "unbreakable, unbendable, and sharp" since the Kamakura period (1185-1333), and has been producing and selling them along with the tradition of Seki swordsmithing.
The tradition of Seki swordsmithing has evolved with the times, and we continue to produce high quality cutlery to this day.

Although Fine Craft is still in its infancy as a company, it has been in the business of making high quality cutlery since its inception.
We have inherited the skills of our predecessors, who were scissors craftsmen, and we have been making high-quality blades one by one.
We have been manufacturing each and every blade carefully by hand.

SD item code:10985143

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Seki Sanbonsugi Gold Warikomi Vegetable Cutter with Tsubatsu 160mm
関三本杉 ゴールド割込 鍔付 菜切り 160mm

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1 pc /set In Stock
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Seki Sanbonsugi Gold Warikomi Vegetable Cutter with Tsubatsu 160mm
関三本杉 ゴールド割込 鍔付 菜切り 160mm

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6 pcs /set In Stock
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Details
Item added on: 2023/1/25
Dimensions
Blade length: 160mm
Overall length: 285mm
Weight: Weight in box: 191g
Package size: W36.5cm x D6.5cm x H2.5cm
Carton size: W39.5cm x D16.5cm x H7.0cm
Specifications
Country of manufacture: Japan
Material / component: [Material]
Blade: Core material 8A, Side material 420J2
Hardness: 58±1
Handle: Redwood
Package: individual box
Product tag: None

Description

The sword pattern [sanbonsugi] was created by sword smith Magoroku Kanemoto in the late Muromachi period (1336-1573).
The name "Sanbonsugi" was derived from the fact that the three swords have a row of sharp, even-grained heads, with each of the three swords interlaced with a protruding, high, random pattern that looks like a row of standing cedars.
The excellent traditional techniques handed down from the Muromachi period (1333-1573) are still used today in the production of blades.

Three-layer stainless steel construction. The two layers on the side are rust-resistant, and the core is made of stainless steel for good cutting performance.

*About us
Seki-shi, Gifu Prefecture, is a town of cutlery. We established FINECRAFT Ltd. in 2002 in Seki City, Gifu Prefecture, the town of cutlery.
Seki City is called "3S of cutlery" along with Solingen and Sheffield.
It is known as one of the world's leading cutlery production centers, and has been producing cutlery since the Kamakura period.
Seki has inherited the history of Japanese swords, which are said to be "unbreakable, unbendable, and sharp" since the Kamakura period (1185-1333), and has been producing and selling them along with the tradition of Seki swordsmithing.
The tradition of Seki swordsmithing has evolved with the times, and we continue to produce high quality cutlery to this day.

Although Fine Craft is still in its infancy as a company, it has been in the business of making high quality cutlery since its inception.
We have inherited the skills of our predecessors, who were scissors craftsmen, and we have been making high-quality blades one by one.
We have been manufacturing each and every blade carefully by hand.

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Sea Mail From Mar.13th to May.19th
Air Mail From Feb.22nd to Feb.27th
EMS From Feb.21st to Feb.27th
Pantos Express From Feb.24th to Mar.1st
DHL From Feb.21st to Feb.24th
UPS From Feb.21st to Feb.24th
FedEx From Feb.21st to Feb.24th
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Notes

Some trading conditions may be applicable only in Japan.

*The actual colors of product images may differ depending on the monitor or screen environment in which they are viewed, or on the environment in which the products are photographed. We appreciate your understanding in advance.

*The blade material is made of rust-resistant stainless steel, but the handle material is wood, so please avoid prolonged exposure to water. It may cause shrinkage, cracking, and foul odor.

*The use of blade polishing is mirror finish, but it will be changed to satin finish as soon as we run out of stock.

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