Hori Hori Classic
First implemented in Japan, the Hori Hori classic digging tool was originally used for careful and methodical excavating of plants, such as Sansai, in the mountains. Barebones’ unique take on this classic implement was designed with garden work in mind. Its rounded top and serrated sides make it ideal for scooping, digging, and pulling weeds. Equipped with a heat-tempered, hollowback blade, full stainless steel tang, and comfortable walnut handle, the Barebones Hori Hori is the diverse garden tool you can use for a lifetime. Intentionally added twine cutter doubles as a bottle opener, so you can enjoy your choice of refreshing beverage after a hard day's work.
I have never had a tool like this, but I am in love. So many uses in the garden, I throw this in my harvest bag and it is the only tool I need to bring out with me. Very nice weight and quality. Definitely recommend.
I’m a farmer and avid flower gardener and this is my new favorite garden tool. It works especially well on long root weeds (like bitter dock, my nemesis) and it makes my “no-till” goals more accessible. It’s also built really well and I’d be shocked if it didn’t last me for years.
I had a Hori Hori classic and I lost it. So, I simply had to get another one. I love this tool so much I bought a third one to give to my gardening friend. It is beyond a doubt, the best hand tool ever.
My new favorite garden implement.
Great weight (much heavier than I expected. Great balance. Excellent quality all around. And almost immediately, an extension of my hand. I must admit I bought it on an impulse, but the very first time I used it, I realized what gardening could be. Yes, that sounds absurd, too; but it's a remarkable tool and the best way to weed (how I've used it so far) there is. I have a feeling I'll be finding other uses for it very soon.