Traditional Japanese cook's knife

The smith uses solely SK5 carbon steel with iron for this series, as it was used be his ancestors for centuries. The advantage is that the blade remains sharp for a very long time and can be relatively easily re-sharpened. The 2-3 layer-blade is of SK5 carbon steel with iron. The handle is of magnolia wood. The blade is not stainless. And is especially sturdy.

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info Foreseen earliest delivery on 3. April.
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Traditional Japanese cook's knife

Traditional Japanese cook's knife "Nakiri" knife for vegetables ground from one side.


  • Blade length 165 mm
  • Overall length 290 mm

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