Hiromune Takaba / Kiridasi Knife "Mikaeri" pattern of Damascus 53mm Seki Japan

◆This Kiridashi knife was made by sword smith, Takaba. The shape of this knife was designed after a famous art of traditional Japan called Mikaeri Bijin, or a graceful woman looking back. Enjoy the beutiful brown pattern of Damascus. Overall length : 158 mmBlade : 53 mmWeight : 54 gMade in Japan◆Mr. Takaba is one of th...Read more

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◆This Kiridashi knife was made by sword smith, Takaba. The shape of this knife was designed after a famous art of traditional Japan called Mikaeri Bijin, or a graceful woman looking back. Enjoy the beutiful brown pattern of Damascus.

Overall length : 158 mm
Blade : 53 mm
Weight : 54 g
Made in Japan

◆Mr. Takaba is one of the sword smith representing Seki.
In 2000 and 2001 He received the Excellence Award at the New Sword Exhibition organized by the Institute of Japanese Sword Retention. Ever since then we won many prizes.
Not to mention Japanese swords, Mr. Takaba also handles knife, Kiridashi, ax, letter opener, kitchen knife etc, based on Japanese sword making technique.
It is no exaggeration to say that the work using the precious Tamahagane (Japanese iron) which is the material of the Japanese sword is a Japanese sword shaped like a knife.

Unique atmosphere of the forged sword, Mr. Takaba in the world attracts what the unique lamination steel (commonly known as Damascus) pattern will see.

About Hiromune Takaba
About Seki area

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