Japanese Samurai Sword Scissor

$122

As a sword of "Oda Nobunaga", a sword that you should definitely remember is the national treasure "Heshikiri Hasebe"(へし切長谷部).
Oda Nobunaga (1534 –1582) was a Japanese daimyo and one of the leading figures of the Sengoku period. He is regarded as the first "Great Unifier" of Japan. The famous sword of the Warring States period revives as scissors. It is a scissor but careful and nice attention to detail, it's so realistic! Very funcitonal scissor as well. Th scissor come with a paulownia box, good for a gift for your friend! 

Product details:
Size: Overall length 180mm/ Blade length Upper 87mm, Lower 82mm
Material: 
 -Blade: stainless steel
 -Handle-seat stand: ABS
Weight: 73g 
Feature:
 -Blade is hard chromium electroplating
 -Handle and Sheath are red lacquer finish 
 -Notare Hamon, a blade pattern 
Producer: Nikken Cutlery Co., LTD.
Made in: Seki-city, Gifu Prefecture
Notes: Don't take this scissors into cabin of aircraft, please put it into check-in baggage. This scissors has sharp edge, Be careful for handling and keep it away from children.
Important note: Please note that customs charge or taxes are not included in our product price. Any customs charges or taxes upon delivery are solely the responsibility of the customer.  

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