In Japanese culture, the crane is a symbol of luck and longevity. The Magnum Ibykus is the consistent realization of a traditional Japanese Tanto as a full-size spring-loaded pocketknife. The blade of stainless steel with a two-tone finish opens with a flipper and is secured with a linerlock. It offers an appealing aesthetic contrast to the elaborately decorated handle. The intricate print shows a crane and the chape and locket of the sheath of a fixed-blade Tanto on both sides. A subtle black clip (tip-up) makes the knife suitable for everyday use.