The Mcusta MC-0183D Sengoku Tokugawa Ieyasu is a remarkable Japanese pocket knife, with stunning details. The blade is comprised of a core of VG10 steel, encased in nickel Damascus steel. As you'd expect from Japanese manufacturers, the edge is razor-sharp. The handle is especially beautiful. The wood is carved in 3D for a nice-looking grip, and this is functional too, offering better traction.
The laser engraving on both sides of the handle is unique - three Alcea flowers on the left side, with the name Tokugawa Ieyasu in Japanese characters. Shogun is engraved on the right side. This means 'army chief who defeats the barbarians' and was originally the title for a Japanese commander-in-chief. Tokugawa Ieyasu was a powerful samurai warlord in Japan in the 16th century. The three Alcea flowers are Tokugawa Ieyasu's kamon, or emblem/coat of arms. This warlord was one of the three warlords who united feudal Japan.
The Mcusta Tokugawa Ieyasu comes with a belt sheath made of nylon and brown leather.
Mcusta: luxurious pocket knives from Japan
The Japanese brand Mcusta (Machine Custom Knives) produces stylish, top-quality knives. They use stunning materials such as Damascus steel, micarta, anodised aluminium and outstanding woods. Mcusta knives are produced in Seki, which has been the centre of the Japanese knife industry ever since the 13th century. At Mcusta, they pay a lot of attention to details. This means a great deal of the work is done by hand. The result is a remarkable pocket knife brand that produces charming gentleman's knives with a unique Japanese style. You won't find anything quite like it anywhere else.