Lighters: Kiribi Mikazuki Red

Product Number: 001-068-0188

Celebrated in Haiku by the likes of Yosa Buson and Basho, Mikazuki is Japanese for "waxing crescent moon", and that ephemeral beauty is elegantly captured within chrome finish contours of the base and ignition platform. The dapper exterior design hails from the apex of the Art Deco movement, the roaring 20s, as does the signature Mikazuki arches.

Under all of this retro style, you will find manifold modern innovations:

  • single tank construction with impressive fuel capacity
  • angled flame design that offers a convenient and more gentle light for your pipe
  • 100% hand assembled in Japan
  • high-quality nickel, steel, and brass materials
  • special polymer spring (200% more resistant to fatigue than steel) reserved for the opening/closing mechanism

The Mikazuki is available in either elegant black matte, or the red sateen that is now before you.

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Customer Reviews (4 Total)
Overall Rating:
4.50 out of 5 stars
January 05, 2017
Product: Lighters Kiribi Mikazuki Red
I received this lighter as a Christmas gift and I couldn't be more pleased. The picture shows the pieces beauty but you really don't appreciate how beautiful it is until you hold it. It's really well made, quite heavy and the finish is very rich. The... Read More
quality problem
March 25, 2015
Product: Lighters Kiribi Mikazuki Red
I just got this today and I love it....except !! On the one I have, to get a decent flame you have to back off the adjuster so much that the lighter wobbles when sitting upright ! If the screw is turned flush to the bottom of the lighter it won'... Read More
January 08, 2015
Product: Lighters Kiribi Mikazuki Red
I normally don't share my opinions publicly; however, when I received this lighter I had to say something about this product. After receiving the lighter I must say that it was really fascinating to receive a product that appears to have old world c... Read More