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This outdoor knife is manufactured in Seki, a city in the Gifu prefecture known for producing Samurai swords and blades for over 700 years, making it one of the 3 major blade producers in the world! Crafted by an experienced swordsmith using ancestral techniques, this knife boasts not only amazing crafting, but also an incredible cultural heritage!

Ancestral Swordsmithing Techniques and Spirit 

An Outdoor Knife from Seki, Japan's City of Blades

This knife is a one of a kind outdoor knife, with a unique design making it extra versatile! It's rather large design and sharp blade can cut through firewood, lumbers and foodstuffs alike! With its pleasing aesthetic, eco friendly grip and high-quality blade sharpened and polished by a true swordsmith, this is a rare type of knife that aims to make the quality of traditional Japanese craftsmanship known across the world!

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An Eco-Friendly Grip

The grip uses Innovative Wood Plastic Composite, an environmentally friendly material that can be recycled and contributes to forest conservation! Containing 55% of Japanese cypress based raw wood material, each knife's grip boasts its own particular pattern, influenced by the mixing ratio at the time of molding, giving each knife a unique appearance!

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