The fine shears made in Seki City, Gifu Prefecture, the city of cutlery and their handles are finished with lacquer coatings.
These shears are made in Seki City, Gifu Prefecture, the city of cutlery. The handle is coated with lacquer by a lacquer artisan of Buddhist altar arts in Aichi Prefecture, creating a lacquered scissors with a noble luster.
Tamenuri is a deep brown color produced by applying layers of transparent lacquer on top of vermilion lacquer.
The layers of lacquer bring out a translucent luster and depth. Beautiful luster and tasteful shine will appear as the years go by, and the smooth texture unique to lacquer will fit comfortably in your hand.
The light and stable cutting edge is made of durable and rust-resistant Japanese stainless steel.
▼Comes with genuine leather sheath
▼Includes a cleaning cloth for care
Lacquer｜Ehara Lacquer Works／Nagoya, Aichi
Lacquer factory founded in 1970 in Nagoya City, Aichi Prefecture. They mainly make lacquer items and Buddhist altars for temples and households. In recent years, they have been producing various lacquered works other than traditional Buddhist altars.
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.
All measurements are for reference. Please note in advance that the actual dimensions and weight of the product may slightly vary.
Body: Stainless steel, ABS resin, Lacquer Case: Genuine leather Tassel: Silk, Polyester Cloth: Polyester, Nylon
- Please handle with care as the cutting edge is sharp.
- If the scissors get wet, wipe them off to prevent rust.
- If you forcibly cut a hard object, the blade will not mesh properly and it may damage the blade.
- Dropping or giving a shock may cause damage.
- Please store in a case after use.
- Since the case is made of genuine leather, it may expand and contract slightly. If it gets wet with water or sweat, it may cause discoloration stains.
- If you are concerned about grease or fingerprints, gently wipe it off with the included cleaner cloth.
- Avoid storing in hot, humid and direct sunlight as lacquer may discolor.
- Do not polish with a coarse cloth or abrasive as it may cause scratches.
- Lacquer may get irritated depending on your constitution. If you feel any abnormality, discontinue use and consult a doctor.
- Keep out of the reach of infants.