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In 1956 Mr. Yoshio Okada, the founder of OLFA CORPORATION, invented the world’s first SNAP-OFF BLADE CUTTER. The inspiration for this incredible idea came from breaking off segments of chocolate bars and analyzing the snap edges of broken glass. This unique invention has since become a worldwide best seller and is commonly referred to as an OLFA CUTTER.
The name of “OLFA” comes from two Japanese words, which, when translated, mean “to break a blade”. The OLFA parallelogram logo is taken from the shape of a snap-off blade." - Olfa.com