Banshu Hamono Kitchen Scissors
Banshu Hamono Kitchen Scissors - Handmade in Japan
Banshu Hamono Kitchen Scissors are hand-made and specifically designed to cut hard items such as chicken bones, fish bones, shells, and frozen food. They can also be used as an opener and for cracking nutshells.
These scissors are handmade by skilled craftsmen in the Banshu region of Hyogo prefecture, Japan, and are designed for durability with a full-body forging of stainless steel and a silver finish. Not only are they stylish, but they are also incredibly versatile.
It is important to note that each pair of Banshu Hamono Kitchen Scissors is handmade and may have surface imperfections like scratches, which are evidence of the traditional artisanal techniques used.
|Size (approx.)||Length 205mm, Width 75mm, Blade length 75mm|
|Material||Stainless steel full-body forging, Silver finish|
What is Banshu Hamono?
Banshu Hamono is a brand of blades, scissors, and knives that are made in the Banshu region of Hyogo prefecture, Japan. Known for being the oldest region where the blacksmith industry began in Japan, the Banshu region has a rich history in the production of high-quality household items dating back to the Edo era.
Each piece of Banshu Hamono is meticulously handmade by skilled craftsmen and is designed to last with traditional artisanal techniques. With a focus on versatility and durability, Banshu Hamono is the perfect choice for anyone looking for high-quality kitchen tools.
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