It has become a worrying reality that most high-end hairdressing scissors labeled "made in Japan" are not actually made in Japan, nor do they respect authentic Japanese standards of craftsmanship, tradition and quality. In fact, around 90% of these scissors are produced outside Japan due to economic pressures, with manufacturers favouring quantity over quality and exploiting low-cost unskilled labour. This shift has led to a significant decline in the authenticity and craftsmanship of what is marketed as Japanese-made scissors.

Against this backdrop, we at Bmac are proud of our genuine Japanese craftsmanship based in Niigata, Japan. Here, we are dedicated to the traditional Japanese art of steel forging, creating each pair of scissors with meticulous care, precision and love. Our dedication ensures that hairdressers around the world receive genuine, high-end Japanese scissors, embodying the true essence and quality of Japanese craftsmanship. Bmac stands as a beacon of authentic manufacturing, preserving the respected tradition and art of Japanese scissor making.


Hands that forge steel, hands that play with fire.

Hands that pick up a bronze hammer and strike tirelessly to obtain the desired shape. Hands that transform a piece of steel into a precision tool. Hands that finally use this precision tool on hair, cutting and tapering.

Hands, again and again, every time. Bmac is all about hands. Hands that ooze passion, expert hands, hands that never stop. There are hands whose destiny is to be special hands, the hands of the craftsman who, rooted in an ancient tradition, forges and then shapes the steel of our hairdressing scissors as he pleases.


What sets BMAC Scissors Niigata Japan hairdressing scissors apart from the rest? Our secret lies in the exclusive "SUPER GOLD 2" steel!

It's important to know that the process of synthesizing materials for conventional scissors - usually those of our competitors - involves melting steel, adding various alloys, pouring the mixture into a mold, and solidifying. This approach is inexpensive. However, material quality is not uniform, as the different alloys have specific gravities and different melting points.

The BMAC "Super Gold 2" scissor steel synthesis process uses powder metallurgy technology to "atomize" the molten steel to form very small grains, which are distributed very finely and uniformly in a hardened and tempered base material (Martensite).