[KANETAKA] Japanese Razor (Large, Lamination, Lamination, Stingray fin & Rattan winding, etc) [KNT020101]
Our Selling Price: 77,000JPY (not include VAT & TAX)
This is the luxurious Japanese razor which made steel lamination and built it. It is a Japanese razor which can be made since it is KANETAKA in which Master of a forge and Master of grinding are. Attaching the Batoidea skin skin to a handle, and , wound by rattan finished. It is made of highest-class YASUKI steel currently used for the Japanese sword. It is the highest excellent piece also as a collection.
It is said that grinding of a Japanese razor is difficult. Fact that's right. However, steel is contained in the summit portion of the Japanese razor of this KANETAKA. There is no phenomenon in which iron of the summit portion which was the conventional trouble is shaved thinly, any longer. Since it is easy to sharpen well, high evaluation has been gained.
Probably, many of those who purchase are persons familiar to a Japanese razor. But if you want to use a Japanese razor by beginners, first of all, please ask.
The main use
Tonsure, a mustache is shaved. Downy hair is shaved.
After receiving an order, in order to produce, it will be necessity about ten days to send.
About a maker, KANETAKA (Kyoto pref)
. Traditional products, such as a Japanese razor, the Ikenobo scissors, etc. which learned the method of making from an expert, are made from KANETAKA. In addition to them, idea goods, such as a herb clip, a pencil sharpener, and a knife that deletes the reed of a wind instrument, are also produced broadly.
The notes on use about Japanese Razor (Large, Lamination, Batoidea skin, etc) [KANETAKA]
* Please do not twist.
* please do not drop.
* please do not shave except human hair.
* It rusts for a steel part. Please wipe after use well.
* Pleasey a whetstone, if it becomes difficult to cut.
* when frequency in use is low, please wrap in an oilpaper and keep it.
|Kyoto, Japan [KANETAKA Edged tool Blacksmith]
|166 mm =6.56 inch
|57 mm =2.24 inch
|24mm =0.95 inch
|4.5mm =0.18 inch
|YASUKI steel, White Paper No.2
|Batoidea skin, Wound by rattan