CK002 / Japanese kitchen knife Sanjo Kawamura Small Santoku 160mm
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For 40 years, Master Kawamura has manufactured handmade knives in his workshop.
His work was broadcast by national TV channel NHK.
Forged enough to perform maximum steel quality, and the shape is very beautiful as an art.
The edge of carbon steel called Shirogami is integrated in stainless steel.
Shirogami(Carbon Steel) is one of the best Japanese steels. (It's a kind of carbon steel.)
Good maintenance is necessary to avoid rust. But Shirogami is good steel for Japanese knives. (Many Japanese profesional chef prefers Shirogami Steel Knife) It is very sharp and easy to resharpen.
Natural wood with plastic in classic shape (For use with right hand).
Knife type - Santoku
Santoku means “three virtues”, because it is well suited to cutting Meat, Fish and Vegetables. It is a multipurpose knife and most popular kitchen knife in Japan.
Style : Santoku
Length : Blade 160mm (6.3inch) , Total Length 305mm (12inch)
Weight : 118grs (4.16oz)
Blade Material : Shirogami Carbon Steel core + Stainless Steel
Handle Material : Wood
HRC : 61
Available for both right and left handed users.
Edge part approx.5 mm is carbon steel(not stainless steel). To avoid rust , please keep clean and dry well after each use.
Do not use for any frozen foods or bones.
Not recommend to clean in dishwasher.