I recently finished a set of knives for the The Morgan Conservatory, a non-profit organization here in Cleveland that focuses on the production and preservation of hand made paper. They have been expanding their eastern style paper making facilities and one of the tools they needed was a specific style of knife used during their Kozo harvest. Kozo, also known as Paper Mulberry, is a plant whose fibers are used for certain types of paper making. The knife is based off of a Korean style knife and is used for scraping the bark of the plant after it has been soaked and before it is turned into pulp.
Contact the The Morgan Conservatory to inquire about purchasing these knives.