＜Available only at Cohana Nihonbashi Store & Cohana Online Store＞
Overall length of 75 mm with excellent cutting performance
Ono City, Hyogo Prefecture, in the Banshu region, has a 250-year history as a town of cutlery. Kanesada's artisan who has been making snips there for 60 years, has been polishing and refining each pair of these small snips to achieve excellent sharpness.
Small and lightweight, it can be stored in a portable sewing pouch without taking up too much space. Comes with a high-quality genuine leather case to protect the sharp blade tips.
▼Silver: Entirely polished to the shining silver color. The color gives a sharp impression.
▼Black: Rust-resistant black matte coating is applied. The tasteful color and matte texture give it a stylish look.
Snips｜Kanesada ／ Hyogo
Ono City, Hyogo Prefecture in the Banshu area has a history of about 250 years as a town of cutlery. Mr. Kanesada, a craftsman who has been making snips here for more than 60 years. While the number of craftsmen is decreasing due to a lack of successors, he is a veteran craftsman dedicated to making snips and continues to make them even though he is over 80 years old.
All measurements are for reference. Please note in advance that the actual dimensions of the product may slightly vary.
Body: Steel Case: Genuine leather
The blade tips are sharp, so please handle with care.
The blades of the scissors are initially coated with oil. Before use, wipe off the oil so as not to stain the object to be cut.
To prevent the blades from rusting, wipe the silver part of the blade lightly with an oiled cloth after use, and store the blade in its case.
Forcing the blade to cut hard or thick objects will cause blade engagement to deteriorate, resulting in damage to the blade and loss of sharpness.
Dropping or impacting the product may cause damage to the product.
The case is made of genuine leather and may stretch or shrink slightly. Getting wet with water or sweat may cause the color to fade or stain.