Flower arranging dates back hundreds of years in Japan, when the first schools were founded by Buddhist monks. This pair of slim ohkubo shears used in Japanese flower arranging is similar to standard ohkubo shears, except that the profile and handle are narrower. The scissors have a looped handle, and the blade is thinner than the standard ohkubo, tapering off toward the tip. The shape and narrow blade of the slim ohkubo is perfect for light trimming of stems and leaves.
2-1/8 inch blade length
Traditional Japanese flower arranging tool
Can be used as general purpose gardening shears
Made in Japan