How small can the very best scissors be? This was the playful challenge of Mr. Hasegawa to his artisans at Hasegawa Cutlery, a manufacturer of edged tools in Seki, Japan’s foremost cutlery-making town. The result is the adorable and remarkably sharp Cohana Mini Scissors. They are a true labor of love from a company with a commitment to time-tested craftsmanship and inventive ideas.
Simply pinch lightly to cut cleanly through thread, cloth, or other thin material with ease.
Cohana Mini Scissors come with a genuine leather case and each pair is adorned with a silk tassel from the Marimo Tassel Studio in Fukuoka Prefecture. The Seki Mini Scissors fit easily into a bag, pocket, or toolbox. Both practical and stylish, they are a great backup in a pinch and make an excellent gift.
- If the scissors get wet, wipe off well to prevent rusting.
- Forcibly cutting hard objects can cause the blade to engage poorly or damage the blade.
- Dropping or impacting the product may cause damage.
- Store in a case after use.
- The case is made of genuine leather and may stretch slightly. Getting wet with water or sweat may cause the colour to fade or stain.
- Tassels are made of silk, which may fade or discolour due to friction, moisture, or ultraviolet rays.
- Keep out of reach of infants.
Kawaguchi Co., founded in 1953, is a manufacturer engaged in the planning and development of handicraft tools. Cohana was launched in 2016 to produce high-quality handmade tools in collaboration with local industries and artisans, utilising experience and knowledge cultivated over hundreds of years.
Cohana focuses on combining easy-to-use and highly practical products with creative and beautiful designs. They aim to create a brand loved not only by those who love handicrafts, but also by those who appreciate exceptional craftsmanship. Cohana products come in a range of 5 colours, designed to convey the beauty of Japanese nature and the changes in seasons.
The development of Cohana’s tools also involves our commitment to connect the traditional skills and wisdom handed down in Japan to the future and to revitalise the production areas.