Higo No Kami Folding Steak Knife + Leather Sheath
This beautifully crafted folding knife is an extremely handsome accessory, whether carried as a tasteful pocketknife or a personal steak knife. First manufactured in 1896 in Meiji-era Japan, this style of knife is considered to be the first Japanese pocket knife. One of the key characteristics of the traditional Higo-No Kami is that when the knife is closed, part of the blade tang protrudes and can be used like a small lever to open the knife with one hand. Whether purchased for yourself or as a gift, the Higo-No Kami is a possession of understated elegance, handcrafted in Japan.
- ColorsBlack, Silver, Red, Brass
Vg 10, Pakkawood, Leather
4.75"L x .625"W x .25"H
— Warranty: Manufacturer's Lifetime Limited
— Blade Length: 3.5"
— Blade Material: VG10
— Blade Hardness: 60-62 HRC
— Blade Type: Folding
— Blade Finish: Polished
— Handle Material: Ebony PakkaWood, Mosaic Pin
— Overall Length: 6.2"
— Weight (Oz): 3.5 oz.
— Sheath Material: Leather
— Opening Mechanism: Manual
— Locking Mechanism: Liner Lock
It comes with a red, leather sheath.Is the blade flimsy when open?
Not at all, the blade is substantially thick at the spine and the liner-lock keeps the blade firmly open until ready to close.Does the sheath have a belt loop?
No, the sheath does not have a belt loop.
*Continental US only. Surcharges apply to HI, AK and Canada
Shipping AvailabilityUnited States
Shipping PolicyFREE Standard Shipping
Ship InLess than 1 week
Return PolicyFinal sale, not eligible for return or cancellation