Japanese Pruning Shears



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.