Hardened transplanting trowel Regular width series

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A ported trowel made by a blacksmith.

Honyaki and strong. Hardened transplanting trowel, normal width.

A transplanted iron that does not break the neck.
This is an authentic transplanted shovel made by a blacksmith. It is lightweight and easy to use, and the blade part is strong due to hardening, so you don't have to worry about breaking the neck when digging. The cutting edge is also sharpened to make it easier to insert into the soil, so it can be used not only for digging holes but also for cutting roots and scraping hard soil. The pattern is made of maple. Lightweight and durable to handle outdoors.
The regular width has a wide blade and can be used to dig soil firmly. The short handle makes it easy to do detailed work. The long handle allows you to work in deep places. It can be held with both hands, making it easy to apply force. *Due to discontinuation of can production, this is the type without cans.

Check amenoma !

There are various grafted trowels on the market, but I often hear that the neck of the blade (the part that is inserted into the wooden handle) breaks. It seems that due to the materials and the lack of quenching, it may become unusable in important work situations. The transplanted trowel series is durable and can be used for a long time with peace of mind due to thorough quenching. The sharpened edge of the blade is also a fine finish unique to blacksmith products. This product allows you to do gardening work without stress.


Hardened transplanted trowel, normal width (short handle/long handle)


Normal width short handle: total length 290mm, blade length 140mm, blade thickness 1mm, handle length 140mm
Long handle: total length 390 mm, blade length 140 mm, blade thickness 1 mm, handle length 240 mm


Short handle approx. 175g, long handle approx. 215g


Blade: 55C steel (carbon steel) painted black Pattern : Kaede


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