CK101 Japanese Santoku knife Tosa-Kajiya Black 165mm
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- Description -Mr. Tsutomu was born in the blacksmith's family and has been making kitchen knives since he was a child. So he has more than 50 years of experience.
This is a very traditional Japanese knife. All handmade, forging with a hammer to form a knife, and has the natural color (black) that appeared in the forging process. It is a kitchen knife that has been used since the era of samurai.
Aogami steel (HRC = 65) is carbon steel (not stainless) so it rusts. (It is recommended not leave wet.) But it is easy to sharpen and with stone you can make more sharp than stainless steel knife.
- Blade: Aogami Steel is one of the highest quality carbon steels from Hitachi
Metals (HRC = 65). It is not stainless so it oxidizes. But it is easy to
sharpen and with stone you can make more sharp than stainless steel knife.
- Handle: Chestnut wood in classic shape.
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.
Brand : Tosa-Kajiya
Length : Blade 165mm (6.5inch) , Total Length 305mm (12inch)
Weight : 140grs (4.93oz)
Blade : Aogami Carbon Steel
Hardness : HRC 65
Handle : Chestnut Wood
Available for : Right-handed and Left-handed
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.