Suraisu Sakana // Nakiri Chef Knife // 7 Inch
The Suraisu Sakana Nakiri Knife is a multipurpose traditional Japanese blade. The nakiri is highly suited to cutting vegetables generally. It's all in the name - 'na' means leaf in Japanese, 'kiri' refers to the cut. The lightweight knife features a 3-layer high carbon Damascus steel blade for exceptional strength, durability, and stain resistance. The Nakiri provides a perfectly engineered balance and gently encourages a comfortable and proper pinch grip. Its premium natural wood handle is highly impervious to heat, cold and moisture. The ergonomic handle shape ensures superior hand control, agility, and comfort.
The ruthlessly sharp double bevel edge is hand finished to a mirror finish within a 15° degree angle. It is sharpened to using the traditional Japanese Honbazuke method where the blade is sharpened and polished by hand in three stages. Its precision-forged blades feature an ultra-premium imported Japanese AUS10V cutting core at 58-59 Rockwell hardness for unrivaled performance and incredible edge-retention. Nitrogen-cooled for enhanced hardness, flexibility and corrosion resistance. the precisely tapered blade minimizes surface resistance for a buttery smooth cutting motion.
— Knife Type: Nakiri (Vegetable) Knife
— Knife Blade Material: Japanese Damascus Steel, AUS10 Core
— 7" Blade
— Handle Material: Natural Wood Handle, Octagonal Base
— Hardness: 58+/-1 HRC
— Sharpness Level: 6-9N, V Taper Grinding
— Edge Of Angle: 12-15 Degrees Per Side
— Weight: 253g
— Package Type: Branded Gift Box
Please Note: Damascus steel can rust if not cared for properly. Please be aware damascus steel products will arrive fully coated in a protective, non-toxic mineral oil, which can be easily washed off before use. Damascus steel should be regularly oiled with any household oil over the course of its life to prevent corrosion.
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