Murmurings of Namita GIRLS 並田GIRLSのひとりごと

Strike while the iron is hot.


1. Forge iron while it is hot and soft. A metaphor that one should train while young, when the mind is flexible and capable of absorbing.
2. A parable that if things are not done while the people involved are enthusiastic, they will not matter later.
 (From Digital Daijisen)

It is a very famous proverb, but it is a translation of a proverb widely used in the West.
It is a powerful, courageous, and wonderful saying that it is good to do everything as early as possible 🌞.

In a scene from a period drama, a blacksmith uses a technique called forging when making a sword.

By beating and pounding the metal heated to a high temperature and applying pressure, bubbles and gases are released from the inside of the metal to increase the metal’s own strength.

Namida Kiko manufactures and sells a variety of metalworking products to meet customer needs, but as expected, we do not manufacture swords 🥺.


The forging type Y anchor has been used not only in plants all over Japan but also in plants all over the world. They are produced in large quantities and shipped in large quantities every day for delivery to you 🚚.


↓↓Click here for a product introduction of the forged anchor and a mysterious 3D video ↓↓.


As it is a custom-made product, the size and material can be changed on a customer-by-customer basis, so if you are interested, please do not hesitate to contact us 💡.