GreenBell Takumi No Waza Nail Clipper with Magnifying Glass G-1004
GreenBell Takumi No Waza Nail Clipper with Magnifying Glass G-1004 is backordered and will ship as soon as it is back in stock.
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The magnification of the lens is 2X.
The lens is made of Acrylic resin, so there is no risk to crack.
Lens frame&Catcher-ABS resin
Edge- Carbon steel,Chrome plating
File-Etched stainless steel
- Drawstring bag-Non-woven fabric
In ancient times, swordsmiths moved to Seki City during the Muromachi Period and the history of Seki blades goes back to the beginning of making bamboo swords. With the motto, “No snapping, No bending, and Cut well”, the name has spread across the country and been supporting the Japanese industry of blades for over 700 years. The industry of blades in Seki City began with swordsmiths. The products made by years of tradition and modern technology has a variety of items such as kitchen knives, scissors, razors, nail clippers, knives, and so on. The power of the brand with an origin in blades, which exports to the world, still wins admiration widely now.
As “The three major origins of blades in the world”, Seki City in Japan is ranked with Solingen in Germany and Sheffield in England. For the quality supported by history and traditions, Seki City gains a high reputation both home and abroad. Seki City that has developed as a world brand has three important conditions for making blades. One is the origin of abundant water in the River Nagara, another is the coalmine for hardening, and the last is its reddish soils. The industry is modernized now, but the rich natural environment such as water, mountains, and soils is still supporting the industry of blades.
The blades of Seki City are known as “No snapping, No bending, and Cut well” and the representatives of swordsmiths during the Age of Civil Wars were the Kanemoto, Kanesada, and Kanefusa. They left many famous items in our time. Especially, the blades, which were appreciated by many military commanders such as Shingen Takeda and Hideyoshi Toyotomi, have a high reputation as the best goods which cut clearly the best. The skill which created such a breathtaking edge has been passed down from generation to generation in Seki City and as the city of blades which has the highest blade production in Japan, Seki City is still often acclaimed as best in the world. Also, historic “Seki City traditional Japanese forging” has still been taken over and keeping to the skill and tradition by swordsmiths in Seki.
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