This Japanese Hunting Knife Was Made Using Ancient Forging Methods

By: David Ingram - Sep 25, 2015
References: bestmadeco
Just in time for National Hunting and Fishing Day, this expertly crafted Japanese hunting knife is made from ancient methods passed down from generation to generation.

The 'Hotta-san Hunting Knife' has been carefully constructed down to the finest of details for a superior and well-balanced blade for hunting scenarios. Made in the Tosa region of the island of Shikoku, this knife design was crafted by renowned Japanese blacksmith Hotta-san. Everything Hotta-san learned was passed down from his late father, who was bestowed the highest of honors from the Japanese government for his skillful knife and sword crafting.

Each one of these high quality hunting knives is hand made with a long lasting and razor sharp Yasuki blue steel blade. The handle is constructed from beautiful Japanese white oak which is both denser and less porous than its Western counterpart.