Traditional Hori Hori Garden Trowel with Serrated Blade

Code: TE3000SER
Traditional Hori Hori Garden Trowel with Serrated Blade
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Traditional Hori Hori Garden Trowel with Serrated Blade
Hori Hori knives are multi-functional landscaping knives with curved blades originating from Japan. Traditionally used for foraging Sansai (vegetables growing in the wild) in the mountains, the Hori Hori trowel has become an indispensable gardening tool around the globe.

The Traditional Hori Hori Garden trowel with Serrated Blade from Maruyoshi arrives complete with a sheath for protection. It features one straight edge and one serrated edge on the blade, perfect for cutting and slicing and also sawing and hacking. The blade is curved and features an ergonomically crafted wooden handle. This clever design means that with a simple twist of the wrist you can cut and lift out stubborn weeds or roots in your garden. The blade and the ergonomic hardwood handle are carefully balanced to reduce wrist fatigue. The blade's center is engraved with millimeter markings to help gage depths which is useful for a number of tasks in the garden such as bulb planting.

It cuts and scrapes weeds, roots and vegetables. Ideal for cutting roots, transplanting, removing stubborn plants, sod cutting and dividing perennials. The protective sheath keeps the blade clean and sharp while not in use but also protects you while you carry it around the garden. The sheath has an integrated belt loop for convenient and safe transport while the blade handle has a hanging lanyard for ease of storage.

Can be used for digging, sawing, chopping, measuring, right through to hunting and fishing. The blade itself is polished to a beautiful mirror quality shine and the handle is riveted for heavy duty use so you can work with your Hori Hori blade time after time without fear of wear and tear.

Specifications

  • Overall Length: 320mm
  • Blade Length: 185mm
  • Width: 19mm
  • Depth: 45mm
  • Weight: 280g
Features

  • Hardwood handle in a Natural Finish
  • SK5 Carbon Steel blade
  • Smooth edged blade
  • Soil depth scale in millimeters and inches along length of blade
  • Mirror Quality highly polished blade finish

What does Hori Hori mean?

The Hori Hori blade is a versatile garden tool with origins in Japan where "hori" ホリ is the onomatopoeia for the sound of digging. This means "hori hori" would literally translate as "diggy diggy". It has many other names in Japan to reflect its versatility whether you use it for hard work or just for odd jobs in the garden. Elegant and sleek but also robust and versatile.

Made in Japan

Maruyoshi take great pride in the blades they craft and each is manufactured using SK-5 High Carbon Blade Steel for superior edge retention. The blade is tempered to provide long lasting durability so you can reap the benefits of this beautifully crafted trowel year after year. The blade is riveted to the traditional wooden handle for added security.

Sustainable Bamboo Handle

The handle of this trowel is made of sustainable bamboo. A wonderfully tough and resilient wood that's not just tough and durable, it's great for the environment too. As a quick growing and flexible material, bamboo is one of the most eco-friendly woods available.

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Customer Reviews

Average Rating: 4.9/5 (7 reviews)

Rating: 5/5

"Was a birthday gift to my son in law and he was delighted and loved the Hori Hori garden trowel ."

Reviewed Thursday, 20 December 2018

Rating: 5/5

"A really versatile well made tool."

Reviewed Monday, 10 December 2018

Rating: 5/5

"Excellent - great Japanese quality and well made."

Reviewed Thursday, 6 December 2018

Rating: 5/5

"Bought as a present and recipient very pleased"

Reviewed Wednesday, 8 August 2018

Rating: 5/5

"Fast and efficient service"

Reviewed Tuesday, 17 July 2018

Rating: 5/5

"Lovely product. Just what I was after. Great for bulb planting."

Reviewed Wednesday, 7 March 2018

Rating: 4/5

"As explained above - great hori hori tool, which I would definitely recommend. Not great delivery service"

Reviewed Thursday, 21 December 2017

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