It is an old hamokiri of Yosikazu Ikeda, a traditional craftsman.
It became a work several decades ago and has been very polite.
Only the one side is mirror finished.
It is an old vintage product, but in good condition.
We think it is difficult to obtain such a hamo-kiri in the future at a level that can be displayed in a shop.
*It looks rainbow-colored because it is coated with rust-proof liquid vinyl.
We ship with a cream that can easily wipe off this rust inhibitor.
Or, if you would like to wipe at our shop before shipping, please state in the comment on the checkout page that you want to wipe.
Instead, we ship with oil that prevents rust.
During quenching, a wave-like pattern appears by placing mud on the knife. It is called a Hamon in Japanese.
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