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Inspired by Tokugawa Ieyasu, the founder and first shōgun of the Tokugawa Bakufu, this sword-shaped paper knife channels his iconic sword and the Tokugawa clan's family crest, "Mitsuba Aoi" is designed on the sheath.
The wavy pattern is applied on the blade and its black sheath with a purple handle offers a solemn and majestic look, which represents Tokugawa Ieyasu's grit and resolve.
Forged by the swordsmiths in Seki city, Gifu, where the majority of Japanese swords have been made for over 800 years, this paper knife is sharp and easy to use.
It comes with a sword stand, making it functional yet decorative. Also, the sheath protects the paper knife and ensures safe storage.
■Set Includes: Paper Knife, Stand ■Size: approx. 20.5cm (length) ■Color: Purple ■Material: 【Blade】Stainless Steel 【Handle】ABS, Elastomer 【Shrath & Stand】ABS ■Made in Gifu ■Brand: Sekiden-no-bi ■Manufacturer: Nikken Cutlery Co., Ltd. ■Weight (g) (Product Only): 45 ■Weight (g) (Including Packaging): 75 ■Caution: Be careful when using. Do not use it for other purposes.