Japanese Secateurs & Pruning Shears for Precise Gardening at Shokunin Store
Get your hands on the finest Japanese secateurs and pruning shears for that perfect gardening finesse you've been craving.
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Black Masamune Pruning Shears$156.00 – $185.60 Select options
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Kuroco Pointed Tip Pruning Scissors 200 Single-Edged$150.00 – $221.50 Select options
Slim Offset Handle Secateurs “Ergonomic Carbon”$135.50 Add to cart
Slim Offset Handle Secateurs “Ergonomic Stainless Steel”$171.40 Add to cart
Left Handed Secateurs Slim Offset “Lefty”$187.60 Add to cart
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Wood Handle Inlay Secateurs “Bubinga”$239.80 Add to cart
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Walnut Handle Inlay Secateurs “Walnut”$231.00 Add to cart
Camel Leather Handle Secateurs Large “Trendy Large”$148.50 Add to cart
Camel Leather Handle Secateurs Small “Trendy Small”$132.50 Add to cart
Camel Leather Handle Secateurs Slim Blades – Durable and Stylish Pruning Tool$126.50 Add to cart
Pruning Secateurs “Versatile” High Carbon$98.00 Add to cart
Pruning Secateurs “Robust Stainless Steel”$159.00 Add to cart
Pruning Secateurs “Robust Carbon”$137.50 Add to cart
Mini Pruning Secateurs “Leather Mini”$75.90 Add to cart
Leather Secateur Holster$110.00 Select options
Spare Spring for Toyama Hamono Pruning Secateurs$8.50 Select options
Hidehisa Pointed Blade Bud Snipping Scissors “Pointy” – Precision Pruning Tool$98.00 Add to cart
Hidehisa “Ohkubo Long” Garden Scissors$148.50 Add to cart
We present to you our latest addition to our collection of must-have gardening tools – the exquisite, Japanese secateurs and pruning shears.
When it comes to precision gardening, nothing beats Japanese craftsmanship. At Shokunin Store, we believe that high-quality tools are a must-have for every lawn lover. That’s why we’ve brought you the best Japanese secateurs and pruning scissors that are designed to last a lifetime.
Our Japanese secateurs are made of high-quality forged steel, ensuring they remain sharp and rust-free for years to come. These tools are perfect for cutting plants and flowers with precision and ease. No more struggling with dull and ineffective gardening tools – with our Japanese pruning shears, you’ll be able to create stunningly manicured green spaces.
We understand the importance of quality over quantity, and that’s why we only offer the best tools in the market. Our Japanese artisans at Toyama Hamono handcraft every single tool with great precision and attention to detail. You can trust Shokunin Store’s high-quality secateurs to be a valuable addition to your tool kit.
So, whether you’re a seasoned gardener or a novice, our Japanese secateurs and pruning scissors are must-haves for everyone who loves to get their hands dirty. Order yours today and experience the difference of having high-quality tools at your fingertips. Your garden (and your wrists) will thank you!
1. What is the best way to use Japanese secateurs?
Firstly, it’s important to ensure that the blades are kept sharp and clean to ensure the smoothest possible cut. Secondly, use the secateurs to prune at a 45-degree angle, which allows the plant to heal quickly. Thirdly, begin pruning from the outermost part of the plant to ensure a neat, even finish. Lastly, be cautious when pruning dead or diseased foliage, as you don’t want to spread any harmful spores throughout your garden. By following these tips, you’ll be sure to get the most out of your Japanese secateurs.
2. How do Japanese pruning scissors differ from regular pruners?
While regular pruning shears or pruners work well, Japanese secateurs offer several advantages. These pruning scissors are designed with both the gardener and plant in mind. The blades on Japanese secateurs are sharper and thinner than regular pruners, allowing for more precise cuts that won’t damage the plant. They’re also made with high-quality steel, which makes them more durable than other pruning tools. Additionally, Japanese secateurs typically feature ergonomic handles that reduce fatigue during prolonged use.
3. What is the best way to sharpen Japanese secateurs?
The best way to sharpen Japanese secateurs is with a sharpening stone, or whetstone, which you can purchase at most garden centers. Begin by cleaning the blades with a damp cloth, and then gently running the sharpening stone across the blade edges at the same angle as the bevel of the blade. Repeat a few times until the blade is sharp enough to easily cut through a piece of paper. Remember to regularly sharpen your secateurs for optimal performance and longevity.
4. What is the history of Japanese secateurs?
The history of Japanese secateurs goes back centuries and is a testament to the traditional craftsmanship of Japan. These pruning scissors were first used for creating intricate bonsai plants, a practice that dates back to the 8th century. Over time, the design of Japanese secateurs has evolved, but their sharp cutting blades and ergonomic handles have remained consistent. Today, Japanese secateurs are highly sought after by horticulturists and garden enthusiasts worldwide for their precision cutting and durable construction.