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HITACHIYA Online shop Gift Card / Online use only, not for store use

From $10.00
Shopping for someone else but not sure what to give them? Give them the gift of choice with a HITACHIYA USA gift card. Gift cards are delivered by email and contain instructions to redeem them at chec ...

KIDS KNIFE

$22.90
Teaching your child/children the art of cooking! You can enjoy mixing and pouring with your toddles, it is fun and stimulating for toddlers. Preschoolers have better fine motor skill so they can do mo ...

HIGONO KAMI FOLDING KNIFE 3.5"

$29.00
"Higono Kami" Pocket knife-"Higo no Kami". The term "Higo no Kami" means "Lord of Higo" in Japanese, in honor of the Lord of the Kyushu area of Japan, where the knife originated. Today, each Higo no K ...

KIRIDASHI KNIFE 7"

$46.00
Kiridashi knife is the ideal tool! Traditionally these tools are used for wood carving in Japan, children used them to sharpen their pencils.  Perfect for whittling, carving, or simply for everyday ta ...

KABO-CHO

$45.80
What is "KABO-CHO"? It is the knife that made for pumpkin.  Many people had bad experience to cut hard shell pumpkin.  Try this one, it will work good for you.   The egg shape handle with stopper give ...

SAKAI TAKAYUKI FLOWER ARRANGEMENTS SCISSORS

$36.00
Sakai Takayuki High carbon steel bonsai scissors  are famous for precision cutting, durability. These beautiful scissors are named OOKUBO style. Excellent for a range of pruning tasks. SpecificationsT ...

GOKADEN FLOWER ARRANGEMENTS SCISSORS (with knife cover)

$76.00
GOKADEN High carbon stainless steel bonsai scissors  are famous for precision cutting, durability. These beautiful scissors are named OOKUBO style. Excellent for a range of pruning tasks. Made by blac ...

HIGONO KAMI FOLDING KNIFE 3.5" -SWORD TYPE

$59.00
"Higono Kami" Pocket knife- SWORD TYPE "Higo no Kami". The term "Higo no Kami" means "Lord of Higo" in Japanese, in honor of the Lord of the Kyushu area of Japan, where the knife originated. Today, ea ...