Japanese Samurai Sword Scissor


We are happy to introduce one of the most famous BUSHI in Japan history, Nobunaga ODA sword SOUZASAMONJI(宗三左文字) model. 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 functional and works great.

Product details:
Size: Overall length 180mm/ Blade length Upper 87mm, Lower 82mm
 -Blade: stainless steel
 -Handle-seat stand: ABS
Weight: 70g 
 -Blade is hard chromium electroplating
 -Handle and Sheath are Black lacquer finish 
 -Visually appealing folding screen and stand model
 -Sheath printed with Oda-family emblem, ITSUTSUMOKKOU(五つ木瓜紋)
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.  

About Seki City:
Seki City in Gifu prefecture is a town famous for its cutleries and blade manufacturing with a history spanning over 800 years.

The 800-year-old history of knife-making in the town of Seki started after Motoshige and Kaneshige, who are said to be the origin of swordsmiths in Seki, came to this place from the end of the Kamakura period (1185–1333) through the beginning of the Muromachi period (1336–1573.)
The bellows exhales its hot breath, the fiery block emits sparks, the sound of the hammer resonates, and then you hear the sound of water as it swallows the heat in one gulp—therein exists the sweat of swordsmiths and the strong spirit of product making.

The swords of Seki, which are forged using the quaternity of iron, water, pine coal, and clay, are said to be the most beautiful and sophisticated of Japanese swords. We boast this dreamlike sword manufacturing, where strong, sharp edges are created with a unique smithing method called Seki-den.

Such techniques and the spirit of sword making in Seki have been handed down over many years from generation to generation and are still used in the various fields of the cutlery industry in Seki up to today, making the city known as one of three major cutlery producers in the world.

In Seki, we produce a wide variety of kitchen knives, knives, scissors, medical equipment, and industrial machinery.
Because accuracy enhancement and the homogenization and high-volume manufacturing of products are wanted in recent years, we aim at integration with cutting-edge technology and have achieved high-performance production mechanization by introducing artificial intelligence (AI) and robots.
However, it’s not that the handed-down techniques of craftsmen are lost.
Skilled technicians’ know-how is utilized in the pivotal points of high-performance mechanized manufacturing.

Simultaneously, we are also keen about fostering our inheritors and have produced many young technicians. The cutlery making skills in Seki, where the spirit of swordsmiths is imprinted, will continue to further evolve, face changes of the times, and create edges that will enrich your life.

Dear Customer:

If you have any questions or concerns, don't check-out before asking us. We will try to reply as soon as possible. Contact us!

Please note that due to COVID-19 Japan Post has announced that they have had impacts on their delivery services and shipping overseas.  Under the circumstances, there are some countries that have possibilities of delays or some areas where EMS or DHL are currently not available.

Please note that Customs charges or taxes are not included in our product price. Any customs charges or taxes upon delivery are solely the responsibility of the customer.

We have no control over these charges and we are unable to tell you what the cost would be as customs policies and import duties vary widely from country to country. For more information on current charges you would need to contact your local customs office.

Thank you for your understanding.

Sincerely yours,

Koh & Yoshi /Director


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