Shockingly sharp shears will make short work of all your pruning tasks.

Toyama Hamono has been forging shears by hand since 1861, using methods based on Japanese sword-making. These will do the job in one pass, so gone are the days of hacking and splintering with your old, dull-bladed shears. Gone are the related blisters, too, thank goodness.

Take care of these shears and they’ll take care of you and your garden for years to come.


  • The sharpest shears for the most precise of cuts
  • Made in Japan
  • 7 ¾” long
  • Made of forged steel
  • Care: Wipe clean and be sure to dry after each use. At the end of the season, oil the blades before storing. Linseed or tung oil is recommended.