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Higonokami 70mm All Black (Blue Paper Steel) - Thomas Tools Higonokami 70mm All Black (Blue Paper Steel) - Thomas Tools
Higonokami All Black (70mm Blue Paper Steel) RM279 RM339
The ONLY Higonokami in ALL BLACK. This piece certainly looks "tactical" in some sense. To me, it is a genius move for coating the Blue Paper Steel in black making it more corrosion resistant. Higonokami is the most famous folding knife in Japan. In the 1960s - 1970s, almost everyone had Higonokami in Japan. Now Higonokami is famous for outdoor knife all over the world. Looking for modern/tactical looking traditional folder? Yours is here. This All Black folder has a 2.83" (72mm) black oxidized blade and a black coated handle. Simple, lightweight and stylish, this folder will be your ideal EDC knife.  Currently, all Higonokami are handmade by artisan craftsman Mr. Mitsuo Nagao, the fifth generation of Higonokami maker. Higonokami is patented. Although there are plenty of people trying to copy the design, Mr. Nagao is the only person on earth that is allowed to make the original Higonokami knife.   Features: Blade Material: Blue Paper Steel Blade Length: 2.83" / 70mm Length Closed: 3.86" Length Open: 6.69" Handle: Black Oxidized Coated Weight: 49 g Extended Tang Locking System: Friction lock Made in Japan What is Blue Paper Steel?Origin. It is called Blue Paper Steel because its manufacturer Hitachi packs them with a piece of blue paper. It has a cousin called White Paper Steel. White Paper Steel is identical to the traditional Tamahagene steel used for the production of Samurai sword but made in a modern way.Blue Paper Steel is White Paper Steel with the addition of small quantities of chrome and Wolfram. That improves the characteristics of Blue Paper Steel making it better corrosion and chipping resistant comparing White Paper Steel.You will find Blue Paper Steel in high-end cutlery for its superior edge retention and ease of sharpening.
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Higonokami Aogami M (65mm Blue Paper Steel) Higonokami Aogami M (65mm Blue Paper Steel)
Higonokami Aogami M (65mm Blue Paper Steel) RM109 RM169
Higonokami is the most famous folding knife in Japan. In the 1960s - 1970s, almost everyone had Higonokami in Japan. Now Higonokami is famous for outdoor knives all over the world. This friction folder has a 2.625" (67mm) traditional Japanese-style blue paper steel reverse tanto blade with a brass handle. The blade is fully concealed in the brass handle when closed. It is extended tang with a lanyard hole for easy carry. Currently, all Higonokami are handmade by artisan craftsman Mr. Mitsuo Nagao, the fifth generation of Higonokami makers. Higonokami is patented. Although there are plenty of people trying to copy the design, Mr. Nagao is the only person on earth that is allowed to make the original Higonokami knife. Features: Blade Material: San Mai Blue Paper Steel Blade Length: 2.625" / 67mm Length Closed: 4" Length Open: 6.625" Handle: Brass Weight: 45 g Extended Tang Lanyard Hole Locking System: Friction Made in Japan What is Blue Paper Steel?  Origin. It is called Blue Paper Steel because its manufacturer Hitachi packs them with a piece of blue paper. It has a cousin called White Paper Steel. White Paper Steel is identical to the traditional Tamahagene steel used for the production of Samurai swords but made in a modern way. Blue Paper Steel is White Paper Steel with the addition of small quantities of chrome and Wolfram. That improves the characteristics of Blue Paper Steel making it better corrosion and chipping resistant comparing White Paper Steel. You will find Blue Paper Steel in high-end cutlery for its superior edge retention and ease of sharpening.
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Higonokami Aogami Warikomi Sheath Blue (50mm Blue Paper Steel) Higonokami Aogami Warikomi Sheath Blue (50mm Blue Paper Steel)
Higonokami Aogami Warikomi Sheath Blue (50mm Blue Paper Steel) RM119 RM185
This Higonokami Aogami Warikomi friction folder with a blue leather sheath is the real deal, made in Japan by Nagao Higonokami. It has a 2" blue paper steel reverse tanto blade with a razor-sharp edge. The blade is fully concealed in the brass handle when closed.  A genuine blue leather sheath with a keyring hook is included for easy carry.  Currently, all Higonokami are handmade by artisan craftsman Mr. Mitsuo Nagao, the fifth generation of Higonokami makers. Higonokami is patented. Although there are plenty of people trying to copy the design, Mr. Nagao is the only person on earth that is allowed to make the original Higonokami knife. Features: Blade Material: San Mai Blue Paper Steel Blade Length: 2" / 50mm Closed Length: 3.5"  Open Length: 5.5" Handle: Brass Weight: 54 g Extended Tang Lanyard Hole Blue Leather Sheath Locking System: Friction Lock Made in Japan What is Blue Paper Steel? Origin. It is called Blue Paper Steel because its manufacturer Hitachi packs them with a piece of blue paper. It has a cousin called White Paper Steel. White Paper Steel is identical to the traditional Tamahagene steel used for the production of Samurai swords but made in a modern way.Blue Paper Steel is White Paper Steel with the addition of small quantities of chrome and Wolfram. That improves the characteristics of Blue Paper Steel making it better corrosion and chipping resistant comparing White Paper Steel.You will find Blue Paper Steel in high-end cutlery for its superior edge retention and ease of sharpening.
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Higonokami Aogami Warikomi Sheath Brown (50mm Blue Paper Steel) Higonokami Aogami Warikomi Sheath Brown (50mm Blue Paper Steel)
Higonokami Aogami Warikomi Sheath Brown (50mm Blue Paper Steel) RM119 RM185
This Higonokami Aogami Warikomi friction folder with a brown leather sheath is the real deal, made in Japan by Nagao Higonokami. It has a 2" blue paper steel reverse tanto blade with a razor-sharp edge. The blade is fully concealed in the brass handle when closed.  A genuine brown leather sheath with a keyring hook is included for easy carry.  Currently, all Higonokami are handmade by artisan craftsman Mr. Mitsuo Nagao, the fifth generation of Higonokami makers. Higonokami is patented. Although there are plenty of people trying to copy the design, Mr. Nagao is the only person on earth that is allowed to make the original Higonokami knife. Features: Blade Material: San Mai Blue Paper Steel Blade Length: 2" / 50mm Closed Length: 3.5"  Open Length: 5.5" Handle: Brass Weight: 54 g Extended Tang Lanyard Hole Brown Leather Sheath Locking System: Friction Lock Made in Japan What is Blue Paper Steel? Origin. It is called Blue Paper Steel because its manufacturer Hitachi packs them with a piece of blue paper. It has a cousin called White Paper Steel. White Paper Steel is identical to the traditional Tamahagene steel used for the production of Samurai swords but made in a modern way.Blue Paper Steel is White Paper Steel with the addition of small quantities of chrome and Wolfram. That improves the characteristics of Blue Paper Steel making it better corrosion and chipping resistant comparing White Paper Steel.You will find Blue Paper Steel in high-end cutlery for its superior edge retention and ease of sharpening.
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Higonokami Aogami Warikomi Sheath Red (50mm Blue Paper Steel) Higonokami Aogami Warikomi Sheath Red (50mm Blue Paper Steel)
Higonokami Aogami Warikomi Sheath Red (50mm Blue Paper Steel) RM119 RM185
This Higonokami Aogami Warikomi friction folder with a red leather sheath is the real deal, made in Japan by Nagao Higonokami. It has a 2" blue paper steel reverse tanto blade with a razor-sharp edge. The blade is fully concealed in the brass handle when closed.  A genuine red leather sheath with a keyring hook is included for easy carry.  Currently, all Higonokami are handmade by artisan craftsman Mr. Mitsuo Nagao, the fifth generation of Higonokami makers. Higonokami is patented. Although there are plenty of people trying to copy the design, Mr. Nagao is the only person on earth that is allowed to make the original Higonokami knife. Features: Blade Material: San Mai Blue Paper Steel Blade Length: 2" / 50mm Closed Length: 3.5"  Open Length: 5.5" Handle: Brass Weight: 54 g Extended Tang Lanyard Hole Burgundy Leather Sheath Locking System: Friction Lock Made in Japan What is Blue Paper Steel? Origin. It is called Blue Paper Steel because its manufacturer Hitachi packs them with a piece of blue paper. It has a cousin called White Paper Steel. White Paper Steel is identical to the traditional Tamahagene steel used for the production of Samurai swords but made in a modern way.Blue Paper Steel is White Paper Steel with the addition of small quantities of chrome and Wolfram. That improves the characteristics of Blue Paper Steel making it better corrosion and chipping resistant comparing White Paper Steel.You will find Blue Paper Steel in high-end cutlery for its superior edge retention and ease of sharpening.
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Higonokami Hikari (Blue Paper Steel) - Thomas Tools Higonokami Hikari (Blue Paper Steel) - Thomas Tools
Higonokami Hikari (70mm Blue Paper Steel) RM169 RM209
The blade is made of layered Blue Paper Steel with a genuine brass handle that will look classy in every occasion. And looking good is not the only benefit of Higonokami made of Blue Paper Steel. The Higonokami Hikari is lightweight, deploys easy, sharp and yet, it does not look intimidating. Let's admit that we carry a knife for utility purposes. And this my friend, is a superb utility blade that you can wield it in public (for utility purposes) and nobody will frown at you.Of course, if you are not into the design, you can skip this. BUT, if you are into traditional design, the basic design of this knife has not changed for 122 years. Currently, all Higonokami are handmade by artisan craftsman Mr. Mitsuo Nagao, the fifth generation of Higonokami maker. Higonokami is patented. Although there are plenty of people trying to copy the design, Mr. Nagao is the only person on earth that is allowed to make the original Higonokami knife.   Features: Blade Material: Blue Paper Steel Blade Length: 2.83" / 72mm Length Closed: 3.86" Length Open: 6.69" Handle: Hammered Brass Weight: 47 g Extended Tang Locking System: Friction Lock Made in Japan What is Blue Paper Steel?Origin. It is called Blue Paper Steel because its manufacturer Hitachi packs them with a piece of blue paper. It has a cousin called White Paper Steel. White Paper Steel is identical to the traditional Tamahagene steel used for the production of Samurai sword but made in a modern way.Blue Paper Steel is White Paper Steel with the addition of small quantities of chrome and Wolfram. That improves the characteristics of Blue Paper Steel making it better corrosion and chipping resistant comparing White Paper Steel.You will find Blue Paper Steel in high-end cutlery for its superior edge retention and ease of sharpening.But what is so great about it? (Please watch)
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Higonokami 75mm CJ Jade (Blue Paper Steel) - Thomas Tools Higonokami 75mm CJ Jade (Blue Paper Steel) - Thomas Tools
Higonokami Hisui Jade (75mm Blue Paper Steel) RM169 RM229
This Higonokami friction folder is the real deal, made in Japan by Nagao Higonokami. It has blue paper steel reverse tanto blade with a razor-sharp edge, which is fully concealed in the jade iron handle when closed. It is extended tang with a lanyard hole for easy carry. Currently, all Higonokami are handmade by artisan craftsman Mr. Mitsuo Nagao, the fifth generation of Higonokami maker. Higonokami is patented. Although there are plenty of people trying to copy the design, Mr. Nagao is the only person on earth that is allowed to make the original Higonokami knife.   Features: Blade Material: Blue Paper Steel Blade Length: 2.75" / 75mm Length Closed: 4.25" Length Open: 7" Handle: Black and Green Iron Weight: 44 g Extended Tang Lanyard Hole Locking System: Friction Lock Made in Japan What is Blue Paper Steel?Origin. It is called Blue Paper Steel because its manufacturer Hitachi packs them with a piece of blue paper. It has a cousin called White Paper Steel. White Paper Steel is identical to the traditional Tamahagene steel used for the production of Samurai sword but made in a modern way.Blue Paper Steel is White Paper Steel with the addition of small quantities of chrome and Wolfram. That improves the characteristics of Blue Paper Steel making it better corrosion and chipping resistant comparing White Paper Steel.You will find Blue Paper Steel in high-end cutlery for its superior edge retention and ease of sharpening.
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Higonokami 75mm 13BL Tanto (White Paper Steel) - Thomas Tools Higonokami 75mm 13BL Tanto (White Paper Steel) - Thomas Tools
Higonokami Ken-Gata Sword Black (75mm White Paper Steel) RM269 RM469
This full-size Japanese friction folder by Nagao Higonokami and is a simple yet eloquent knife that is more than capable of getting the job done. The handle is made from a folded sheet of black stainless steel and has kanjis (Japanese lettering) stamped into the side. The black stainless steel handle also hides the 3" white steel blade perfectly when closed. The simple and effective lever on the blade assists with the opening. The handle is equipped with a lanyard hole making this simply designed pocket knife great for an EDC (Every Day Carry). Currently, all Higonokami are handmade by artisan craftsman Mr. Mitsuo Nagao, the fifth generation of Higonokami maker. Higonokami is patented. Although there are plenty of people trying to copy the design, Mr. Nagao is the only person on earth that is allowed to make the original Higonokami knife.   Features: Blade Material: White Paper Steel Blade Length: 3" / 75mm Length Closed: 3.75" Length Open: 6.75" Handle: Steel Weight: 45 g Locking System: Friction Made in Japan What is White Paper Steel? Shirogami or White Paper Steel is a very pure type of steel usually found in iron-rich river sand, with only carbon as an alloy. White Paper Steel is identical to the legendary Tamahagene steel used for the production of Japanese katana but made in a more advanced method. It has a slim range of temperatures for hardening and thus requires the blacksmith to be very skilled. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Thomas Tools (@thomastools) on Aug 2, 2018 at 7:05pm PDT
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Higonokami 75mm 13BR Tanto (White Paper Steel) - Thomas Tools Higonokami 75mm 13BR Tanto (White Paper Steel) - Thomas Tools
Higonokami Ken-Gata Sword Brass (75mm White Paper Steel) RM269 RM469
A true pocket katana. Made in Japan by Nagao Higonokami. It has San Mai White Paper Steel tanto blade which is fully concealed in the brass handle when closed. It is extended tang with a lanyard hole for easy carry. Carrying this is the closest thing we can do after a katana. Currently, all Higonokami are handmade by artisan craftsman Mr. Mitsuo Nagao, the fifth generation of Higonokami maker. Higonokami is patented. Although there are plenty of people trying to copy the design, Mr. Nagao is the only person on earth that is allowed to make the original Higonokami knife.   Features: Blade Material: White Paper Steel Blade Length: 3" / 75mm Length Closed: 3.75" Length Open: 6.75" Handle: Brass Weight: 54 g Extended Tang Lanyard Hole Locking System: Friction Lock Made in Japan What is White Paper Steel? Shirogami or White Paper Steel is a very pure type of steel usually found in iron-rich river sand, with only carbon as an alloy. White Paper Steel is identical to the legendary Tamahagene steel used for the production of Japanese katana but made in a more advanced method. It has a slim range of temperatures for hardening and thus requires the blacksmith to be very skilled.
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Higonokami 40mm 01BS (SK5) - Thomas Tools Higonokami 40mm 01BS (SK5) - Thomas Tools
Higonokami Mame Sheath Blue (40mm SK5) RM79 RM139
This Higonokami SK Folder Brass Blue Sheath friction folder is the real deal, made in Japan by Nagao Higonokami. It has a triple-layered satin-finished SK steel reverse tanto blade with a razor-sharp edge. The blade is fully concealed in the brass handle when closed.  A genuine blue leather sheath with a keyring hook is included for easy carry. Currently, all Higonokami are handmade by artisan craftsman Mr. Mitsuo Nagao, the fifth generation of Higonokami makers. Higonokami is patented. Although there are plenty of people trying to copy the design, Mr. Nagao is the only person on earth that is allowed to make the original Higonokami knife. Features: Blade Material: San Mai SK5  Blade Length: 1.50" / 40mm Blade Hardness: HRC 60 Length Closed: 2.5"  Length Open: 4" Handle: Brass Weight: 37 g Extended Tang Blue Leather Sheath Locking System: Friction Lock Made in Japan What is SK5 Steel? SK5 steel is produced for tools and weapons where their edge and high performance can be counted on for demanding tasks. Its property is similar to the American 1080 steel. On the HRC scale, it goes up to 65, which makes it very hard steel. It is a good, tough blade with high edge-holding ability.
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Higonokami Mame Sheath Brown (40mm SK5) Higonokami Mame Sheath Brown (40mm SK5)
Higonokami Mame Sheath Brown (40mm SK5) RM79 RM139
This Higonokami SK Folder Brass Brown Sheath friction folder is the real deal, made in Japan by Nagao Higonokami. It has a triple-layered satin-finished SK steel reverse tanto blade with a razor-sharp edge. The blade is fully concealed in the brass handle when closed.  A genuine brown leather sheath with a keyring hook is included for easy carry. Currently, all Higonokami are handmade by artisan craftsman Mr. Mitsuo Nagao, the fifth generation of Higonokami makers. Higonokami is patented. Although there are plenty of people trying to copy the design, Mr. Nagao is the only person on earth that is allowed to make the original Higonokami knife. Features: Blade Material: San Mai SK5  Blade Length: 1.50" / 40mm Blade Hardness: HRC 60 Length Closed: 2.5"  Length Open: 4" Handle: Brass Weight: 37 g Extended Tang Brown Leather Sheath Locking System: Friction Lock Made in Japan What is SK5 Steel? SK5 steel is produced for tools and weapons where their edge and high performance can be counted on for demanding tasks. Its property is similar to the American 1080 steel. On the HRC scale, it goes up to 65, which makes it very hard steel. It is a good, tough blade with high edge-holding ability.
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Higonokami 40mm 01RS (SK5) - Thomas Tools Higonokami 40mm 01RS (SK5) - Thomas Tools
Higonokami Mame Sheath Red (40mm SK5) RM79 RM139
This Higonokami SK Folder Brass Red Sheath friction folder is the real deal, made in Japan by Nagao Higonokami. It has a triple-layered satin-finished SK5 carbon steel reverse tanto blade with a razor-sharp edge. The blade is fully concealed in the brass handle when closed.  A genuine red leather sheath with a keyring hook is included for easy carry.  Currently, all Higonokami are handmade by artisan craftsman Mr. Mitsuo Nagao, the fifth generation of Higonokami makers. Higonokami is patented. Although there are plenty of people trying to copy the design, Mr. Nagao is the only person on earth that is allowed to make the original Higonokami knife. Features: Blade Material: San Mai SK5  Blade Length: 1.50" / 38mm Blade Hardness: HRC 60 Length Closed: 2.5"  Length Open: 4" Handle: Brass Weight: 37 g Extended Tang Burgundy Leather Sheath Locking System: Friction Lock Made in Japan What is SK5 Steel? SK5 steel is produced for tools and weapons where their edge and high performance can be counted on for demanding tasks. Its property is similar to the American 1080 steel. On the HRC scale, it goes up to 65, which makes it very hard steel. It is a good, tough blade with high edge-holding ability.
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Higonokami Mizushibuki HIGO-27 Folder (Blue Paper Steel) - Thomas Tools Higonokami Mizushibuki Splash Black (70mm Blue Paper Steel)
Higonokami Mizushibuki Splash Black (70mm Blue Paper Steel) RM119 RM229
This Japanese friction folder by Nagao Higonokami is a simple yet eloquent knife that is more than capable of getting the job done. The handle is made from a black folded sheet of stainless steel and has kanjis (Japanese lettering) stamped into the side. The simple and effective lever on the blade assists with the opening. The handle is equipped with a lanyard hole making this simply designed pocket knife great for an EDC (Everyday Carry). Currently, all Higonokami are handmade by artisan craftsman Mr Mitsuo Nagao, the fifth generation of Higonokami makers. Higonokami is patented. Although there are plenty of people trying to copy the design, Mr Nagao is the only person on earth that is allowed to make the original Higonokami knife. Features: Blade Material: San Mai Blue Paper Steel Blade Length: 2.875" / 73mm Length Closed: 3.875" Length Open: 6.75" Handle: Black Stainless with Clear Resin Splash Finish Weight: 44 g Extended Tang Lanyard Hole Locking System: Friction Lock Made in Japan What is Blue Paper Steel? Origin. It is called Blue Paper Steel because its manufacturer Hitachi packs them with a piece of blue paper. It has a cousin called White Paper Steel. White Paper Steel is identical to the traditional Tamahagene steel used for the production of Samurai swords but made in a modern way. Blue Paper Steel is White Paper Steel with the addition of small quantities of chrome and Wolfram. That improves the characteristics of Blue Paper Steel making it better corrosion and chipping resistant comparing White Paper Steel. You will find Blue Paper Steel in high-end cutlery for its superior edge retention and ease of sharpening.
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Higonokami 70mm 06BL (SK5) - Thomas Tools Higonokami Number 6 (70mm SK5)
Higonokami Number 6 (70mm SK5) RM49 RM79
This medium size Japanese friction folder by Nagao Higonokami is a simple yet eloquent knife that is more than capable of getting the job done. The handle is made from a folded sheet of stainless steel and has kanjis (Japanese lettering) stamped into the side. The handle also hides the 2.75" triple-layered SK steel blade perfectly when closed. The simple and effective lever on the blade assists with an opening. The handle is equipped with a lanyard hole making this simply designed pocket knife great for an EDC (Every Day Carry). Currently, all Higonokami are handmade by artisan craftsman Mr. Mitsuo Nagao, the fifth generation of Higonokami makers. Higonokami is patented. Although there are plenty of people trying to copy the design, Mr. Nagao is the only person on earth that is allowed to make the original Higonokami knife. Features: Blade Material: San Mai SK5 Blade Length: 2.75" / 70mm Length Closed: 3.63" Length Open: 6.38" Handle: Stainless Steel Weight: 29 g Locking System: Friction Lock Made in Japan What is SK5 Steel? SK5 steel is produced for tools and weapons where their edge and high performance can be counted on for demanding tasks. Its property is similar to the American 1080 steel. On the HRC scale, it goes up to 65, which makes it very hard steel. It is a good, tough blade with high edge-holding ability. Some of our customer(s) review(s):
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Higonokami Number 7 (75mm SK5) Higonokami Number 7 (75mm SK5)
Higonokami Number 7 (75mm SK5) RM59 RM89
This medium size Japanese friction folder by Nagao Higonokami is a simple yet elegant knife that is more than capable of getting the job done. The handle is made from a folded sheet of black stainless steel and has kanjis (Japanese lettering) stamped into the side. The handle also hides the triple-layered SK steel blade perfectly when closed. The simple and effective lever on the blade assists with an opening. The handle is equipped with a lanyard hole making this simply designed pocket knife great for an EDC (Every Day Carry). Currently, all Higonokami are handmade by artisan craftsman Mr. Mitsuo Nagao, the fifth generation of Higonokami makers. Higonokami is patented. Although there are plenty of people trying to copy the design, Mr. Nagao is the only person on earth that is allowed to make the original Higonokami knife. Features: Blade Material: San Mai SK5 Blade Length: 3" / 75mm Closed Length: 3.75" Open Length: 6.75" Handle: Stainless Steel Weight: 29 g Locking System: Friction Lock Made in Japan What is SK5 Steel? SK5 steel is produced for tools and weapons where their edge and high performance can be counted on for demanding tasks. Its property is similar to the American 1080 steel. On the HRC scale, it goes up to 65, which makes it very hard steel. It is a good, tough blade with high edge-holding ability.
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Higonokami Number 8 (90mm SK5) Higonokami Number 8 (90mm SK5)
Higonokami Number 8 (90mm SK5) RM69 RM99
This 3.5" Japanese friction folder by Nagao Higonokami is a simple yet elegant knife that is more than capable of getting the job done. The handle is made from a folded sheet of black stainless steel and has kanjis (Japanese lettering) stamped into the side. The handle also hides the triple-layered SK steel blade perfectly when closed. The simple and effective lever on the blade assists with an opening. The handle is equipped with a lanyard hole making this simply designed pocket knife great for an EDC (Every Day Carry). Currently, all Higonokami are handmade by artisan craftsman Mr. Mitsuo Nagao, the fifth generation of Higonokami makers. Higonokami is patented. Although there are plenty of people trying to copy the design, Mr. Nagao is the only person on earth that is allowed to make the original Higonokami knife. Features: Blade Material: San Mai SK5 Blade Length: 3.5" / 90mm Closed Length: 4.75" Open Length: 8.25" Handle: Stainless Steel Weight: 29 g Locking System: Friction Lock Made in Japan What is SK5 Steel? SK5 steel is produced for tools and weapons where their edge and high performance can be counted on for demanding tasks. Its property is similar to the American 1080 steel. On the HRC scale, it goes up to 65, which makes it very hard steel. It is a good, tough blade with high edge-holding ability.
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Higonokami Tokusen L (90mm Blue Paper Damascus Steel) Higonokami Tokusen L (90mm Blue Paper Damascus Steel)
Higonokami Tokusen L (90mm Blue Paper Damascus Steel) RM839 RM1,629
Higonokami is the most famous folding knife in Japan. In the 1960s - 1970s, almost everyone had Higonokami in Japan. Now Higonokami is famous for outdoor knives all over the world. This friction folder has a 3.5" (89mm) traditional Japanese-style blue paper steel Damascus hand forging "Warikomi" blade and a brass handle with bamboo etch. It also comes in a handmade wooden box. It is extended tang with a lanyard hole for easy carry. Currently, all Higonokami are handmade by artisan craftsman Mr. Mitsuo Nagao, the fifth generation of Higonokami makers. Higonokami is patented. Although there are plenty of people trying to copy the design, Mr. Nagao is the only person on earth that is allowed to make the original Higonokami knife. Features: Blade Material: Blue Paper Damascus Steel Blade Length: 3.5" / 89mm Length Closed: 4.75" Length Open: 8.25" Handle: Brass Weight: 159 g Extended Tang Lanyard Hole Locking System: Friction Made in Japan What is Blue Paper Steel?      Origin. It is called Blue Paper Steel because its manufacturer Hitachi packs them with a piece of blue paper. It has a cousin called White Paper Steel. White Paper Steel is identical to the traditional Tamahagene steel used for the production of Samurai swords but made in a modern way. Blue Paper Steel is White Paper Steel with the addition of small quantities of chrome and Wolfram. That improves the characteristics of Blue Paper Steel making it better corrosion and chipping resistant comparing White Paper Steel. You will find Blue Paper Steel in high-end cutlery for its superior edge retention and ease of sharpening.
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Higonokami Tokusen M (75mm Blue Paper Damascus Steel) Higonokami Tokusen M (75mm Blue Paper Damascus Steel)
Higonokami Tokusen M (75mm Blue Paper Damascus Steel) RM669 RM1,299
Higonokami is the most famous folding knife in Japan. In the 1960s - 1970s, almost everyone had Higonokami in Japan. Now Higonokami is famous for outdoor knives all over the world. This friction folder has a 3" (76mm) traditional Japanese-style blue paper steel Damascus hand forging "Warikomi" blade and a brass handle with bamboo etch. It also comes in a handmade wooden box. It is extended tang with a lanyard hole for easy carry. Currently, all Higonokami are handmade by artisan craftsman Mr. Mitsuo Nagao, the fifth generation of Higonokami makers. Higonokami is patented. Although there are plenty of people trying to copy the design, Mr. Nagao is the only person on earth that is allowed to make the original Higonokami knife. Features: Blade Material: Blue Paper Damascus Steel Blade Length: 3" / 76mm Length Closed: 3.75" Length Open: 6.75" Handle: Brass Weight: 113 g Extended Tang Lanyard Hole Locking System: Friction Made in Japan What is Blue Paper Steel?     Origin. It is called Blue Paper Steel because its manufacturer Hitachi packs them with a piece of blue paper. It has a cousin called White Paper Steel. White Paper Steel is identical to the traditional Tamahagene steel used for the production of Samurai swords but made in a modern way. Blue Paper Steel is White Paper Steel with the addition of small quantities of chrome and Wolfram. That improves the characteristics of Blue Paper Steel making it better corrosion and chipping resistant comparing White Paper Steel. You will find Blue Paper Steel in high-end cutlery for its superior edge retention and ease of sharpening.
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Higonokami Warikomi (70mm VG-10) Higonokami Warikomi (70mm VG-10)
Higonokami Warikomi (70mm VG-10) RM199 RM349
Higonokami is the most famous folding knife in Japan. In the 1960s - 1970s, almost everyone had Higonokami in Japan. Now Higonokami is famous for outdoor knives all over the world. This friction folder has a 2.88" (73mm) satin finished VG-10 blade and a stainless handle that is resistant to rust. It is extended tang with a lanyard hole for easy carry. Currently, all Higonokami are handmade by artisan craftsman Mr. Mitsuo Nagao, the fifth generation of Higonokami makers. Higonokami is patented. Although there are plenty of people trying to copy the design, Mr. Nagao is the only person on earth that is allowed to make the original Higonokami knife. Features: Blade Material: VG 10 Blade Length: 2.88" / 73mm Length Closed: 4.25" Length Open: 7.13" Handle: Stainless Steel Weight: 54 g Extended Tang Lanyard Hole Locking System: Friction Made in Japan Gold Standard VG-10 stainless steel: This steel is produced only in Japan. The "G" in "VG-10" stands for gold, which refers to the “gold standard” that this level of stainless steel is considered to have met. Many tops-of-the-line pocket, hunting, and tactical knives have used VG-10 steel. In short, VG-10 is strong, hard, stainless and relatively easy to sharpen.
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