Japanese Stainless Steel Gardener's Trowel
Japanese Stainless Steel Gardener's Trowel
£29.10 (£24.25 Ex. VAT)

Japanese Stainless Steel Gardener's Trowel

Code: 502233

  • Loosens soil, digs, transplants and divides perennials
  • Removes roots, tackles deep rooted weeds, dandelions beware
  • Stainless steel blade heat treated for a long life
  • Polished blade with graduations to help when planting bulbs
  • Blade is 40mm wide by 180mm long, fitted with wooden handle
  • Supplied in a strong leatherette sheath with a belt loop
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£29.10 (£24.25 Ex. VAT)

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Frequently Bought Together

  • Japanese Stainless Steel Gardener
  • Japanese Gardener
  • Japanese Planting Hoe
  • Japanese Folding Pocket Saw
Total: £80.85

In Detail

Forget all those flimsy, bendy western garden trowels and get yourself a traditional Japanese farmers' Hori Hori. These are probably the most useful gardening tools we’ve found. This example is stainless steel, specially heat treated for a long life. The polished blade has graduations in both metric and imperial to help when planting bulbs etc. Serrated on one edge, with a simple bevel on the other, it will loosen soil, dig, transplant and divide perennials, remove roots and tackle deep rooted weeds etc. Dandelions beware. The blade is 40mm wide by 180mm long and slightly dished, fitted with a wooden handle. The Hori Hori is supplied in a strong leatherette sheath with a belt loop, 315mm overall length. N.B. By purchasing any knife, you are confirming that you are AGED 18 or over.

Reviews (7)

Customer Reviews

Overall rating 5 out of 5 based on 7 reviews

Newest Customer Reviews


Geoffrey See

14 December 2017

Made to last

Bought this and the root cutter for my daughter for Christmas, wonder if I can keep this and give her something else !
No, she needs this, the soil in her garden was what the term 'concrete jungle ' was coined for. This will handle it though, very impressive piece of kit, only given it four stars for value as I bought it when it was on special offer and £30 seems a bit expensive.


14 October 2014

Fantastic tool!

My wife is a little demon with this! It tackles the most hardened of soil, none of that trowel bending or hopelessly scratching the surface, a real working tool. She has it on her belt like a gardening Lara Croft! A real multi-purpose tool, certainly not a gimmick like so many gadgets, it just does the job!


30 May 2014

A Superb Trowel

I received this item a couple of weeks ago and it's been great. The serrated edge whilst not particularly sharp is really useful for hacking through stubborn roots whilst you are digging. It's a shame that the tang doesn't extend the full length of the handle because the blade is so strong it really encourages you to get a lot of leverage when you are digging, this could be a weakness. Having one of these really makes short work of a lot of gardening jobs, transplanting and dividing mature plants etc. This should last for many years and will certainly outlast those cheap bendy garden trowels! I work as a handyman so regularly dig out post holes for fencing / decking etc. This tool has been really useful levering out burried hardcore, hacking through roots etc. Being narrow it's also really useful for digging out deep rooted plants growing up through rocks where you wouldn't be able to use a conventional trowel. Buy one today, or buy two and give one to the gardeners in your life!


2 May 2014

Never far away

I bought 2 of the original steel versions and was very impressed with how versatile and strong they are. The stainless is even better. Expensive, but good tools often are.

Mrs Huckle

22 March 2014

Japanese. Gardening trowel

A fearsome looking piece of kit that is actually one of the best small gardening tools I have ever had. Tough, versatile and gives strength to my arthritic hands.

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