Adorable Scissors Made in Japan's Leading Cutlery Town
How small can the very best scissors be? This was the playful challenge of Mr. Hasegawa to his artisans at Hasegawa Cutlery, a manufacturer of edged tools in Seki, Japan's foremost cutlery-making town. The result: the adorable and remarkably sharp Seki Mini Scissors. They are a true labor of love from a company with a commitment to time-tested craftsmanship and inventive ideas.
Simply pinch lightly to cut cleanly through thread, cloth, or other thin material with ease. Scissors come with a genuine leather case for convenient portability, and each pair is adorned with a beautiful silk tassel from Tassel Studio MARIMO in Fukuoka Prefecture.
The Seki Mini Scissors fit easily into a bag, pocket, or toolbox. Both practical and stylish, they're a great backup to shears in a pinch and make for an excellent gift. Choose from multiple tassel colors for a tiny tool suited perfectly to your own style.
A cutlery manufacturer established in 1933 in Seki City, Gifu Prefecture, one of Japan's leading cutlery towns. The reliable quality was born from the outstanding technology and abundant knowledge cultivated through history. Their products have pleasant sharpness that cannot be found anywhere else.
Tassel studio is located in Chikugo City, Fukuoka Prefecture. Inheriting traditional techniques, the company specializes in delicate handwork such as small tassels and knots. The craftsman's skill shines through in each strand of thread wound on a spool of thread, creating a beautiful finish.
All measurements are for reference. Please note in advance that the actual dimensions of the product may slightly vary.
Body: Stainless steel blade, ABS resin
Case: Genuine leather
- Wipe off water well if the scissors get wet to prevent rusting.
- Forcing the blade to cut hard objects will result in poor blade engagement and damage to the blade.
- Dropping or shocking the product may cause damage.
- Store in the case after use.
- The case is made of genuine leather and may stretch slightly. Wetting with water or sweat may cause color fading or staining.
- Tassels may fade or discolor due to friction, moisture, or ultraviolet rays as a characteristic of silk.
- Keep out of reach of infants.