They don’t make things like they used to… or do they?
The Higo Knife ($60) by Miyamoto Manufacturing Co. has a story dating back to 1920. Originally developed by Tasaburo Murakami in 1894, this all purpose tool is still made with old-world craftsmanship and the longevity to prove its worth.
The blade is forged white steel finished with a tsuchime (hand-hammered) technique. It’s roughly 4.25” when closed and 7.75” open. The length and sleek profile is ideal for an everyday pocket knife or a collectable keepsake for a knife enthusiast.