Bonsai scissors Okatsune 200
  • Bonsai scissors Okatsune 200
  • Bonsai scissors Okatsune 200
  • Bonsai scissors Okatsune 200

Bonsai scissors Okatsune 200

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The Okatsune 200 scissors are suitable for high-precision trimming and sculpting of your Bonsai or for precision work in the garden! These scissors are also ideal for the topiary art of boxwoods and pine trees in Japanese gardens. The sharp, extremely thin 75mm blades are designed to penetrate deep into the plant to cut soft parts such as leaves and twigs. These scissors are not suitable for cutting small branches; for that, use the Bonsai Okatsune 207 pruning shears.

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Professional users frequently sharpen the blades, eventually making them thinner and creating a gap between the blades at the end. To correct this gap, it is possible to grind the protective stops located inside the handles. This way, you can enjoy sharp scissors for a longer time!


- Sharpened like a razor blade for a consistently clean cut;

- Simple design for optimal and easy use;

- Ultra-lightweight and particularly sturdy.

The blades of these Japanese scissors (Bonsai Basami) are forged from Izumo Yasugi steel and have a very high hardness of 60.0 to 61.0 on the Rockwell scale. Therefore, the blades stay sharp for longer and always provide a precise and clean cut through wood effortlessly. Additionally, Okatsune combines hardness with special flexibility, so the blade always stays aligned with the counter blade and does not break.

The blade is sharpened at two angles, ensuring a smooth cut through the wood without unnecessarily damaging the plant. With its unique hollow shape at the base, the blade allows sap to flow, and the blades do not separate. The V-shaped spring evenly distributes the force along the entire length of the spring, ensuring a smooth closure. These Okatsune 200 scissors are not suitable for cutting small branches; for that, use the Okatsune 207 pruning shears.


The scissors are made with components that require some maintenance. It is recommended to clean the blades after use and oil them occasionally. Store them, blades closed, away from moisture. If you notice that the blades are not cutting well, you can sharpen them with a sharpening stone.

Feuille de données

285 grams
Blade length
75 mm
Length (cm)
230 mm
Hardness of steel
60 - 61 HRD (on the Rockwell Hardness C scale)
Type of steel
Izumo Yasugi is a city located in the Shimane Prefecture in Japan.

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