Little Garden Snips


Fantastic for bonsai, herbs and other jobs that call for minute precision



These are traditional Nigiribasami snips. These little sheers feel lovely to hold and their usefulness extends far beyond the garden.

Also, fun fact: Ever eaten onigiri? (Onigiri are rice balls, sometimes wrapped in seaweed, normally with something inside, like salmon.) Well, an onigiri is so called because it’s squeezed into shape in the palm of your hand, and these little beauties are so called because…you squeeze them in the palm of your hand. Nigiri = to squeeze.


  • Mini snips for delicate plants, stems and even sewing or fabric work.
  • 100 x 13 x 12mm
  • 35mm blades
  • Stainless Steel
  • Made in Sanjo, Japan
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