Knife - Japanese knife -Bubinga handle
Knife - Japanese knife -Bubinga handle
Knife - Japanese knife -Bubinga handle

Knife - Japanese knife -Bubinga handle

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The blade part is made of HSS-M2.

Made from high hardness HSS-M2, the sharpness of the blade is long lasting.


The bubinga is a wood with a solid and colorful pattern.

All blades are the same.

The difference in price comes from the difference in price of the handle wood.

Use the same blade and have the same performance.

There is no difference in performance due to handle type price differences.

Length - Handle - 110mm

            - Blade - 65mm

Width - Blade - 36mm, 24mm

Thickness - Blade - 2.5T

Precautions for use.

First of all, the blade is extremely sharp.

Use it after checking through the test. Must be used on cutting pad.

Because the blades very sharp, the cutting pad can be cut or pinched If you give too much force.

If you curve in that state, the blade may break.

The correct usage is to work with the appropriate force on the cutting pad.

Ready to ship
5-7 business days
We need time because we take orders and make products.
Due to the worldwide proliferation of Pandemics,
shipping is being delayed significantly again.
Standard shipping - over 30 days.
EMS over - 15 days.

Customer Reviews

Based on 26 reviews
Hisashi Mochizuki

Knife - Japanese knife -Bubinga handle

Hugh Wheeler

This is very a nice knife for cutting and skiving. Stays sharp with regular stropping.

Japanese knife -Bubinga handle

Lovely tool, well crafted and super sharp!

Dan W
Made Skiving Much Easier

I'm super new to leathercraft and all of the tools necessary is rather overwhelming. Well, I had bought a skiving knife and some other tools, but didn't realize there was a left handed and a right handed version. When purchasing an edge bevel tool from Palosanto I figured I'd see if there were better knives and sure enough, Palosanto had knives and even left handed ones. Something that was challenging has become rather simple with a razor sharp knife! Thank You Palosanto, my skiving has become much more manageable.

Young Jung

Knife - Japanese knife -Bubinga handle