Hori Hori knife with sheath
The Hori Hori knife first appeared in Japan around the Middle Ages, in the 13th or 14th centuries. The word "Hori" means "to dig" in Japanese. With its curved, serrated, razor sharp blade is suitable for digging or cutting through roots and tough soil. Functions include a knife, a saw, and a digging tool. It can also be used for transplanting seedlings or as a measuring device for planting bulbs (with cm and inch markings for measuring planting depth). This knife is made of high quality steel with an ash wood grip. The sheath enable you to wear the knife on your belt. To maintain the tool, please clean after using and store dry.
The tool is 12 1/2" long x 2 1/2" wide with an ash wooden handle