Japanese Handmade Deba Knife - TAKEDA HAMONO - Super Blue Steel - Size: 24cm
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Japanese Handmade Deba Knife - TAKEDA HAMONO - Super Blue Steel - Size: 24cm

¥79,710 *

¥79,710 Tax excluded

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Description

Takeda Hamono has been founded more than 80 years ago, and moved to the Niimi City, Okayama Japan Province in 1951.
The current company representative, Shosui Takeda, belongs to the third generation of the family.

The blades are manually forged and made from Super Blue Steel - that keeps the cutting line for a long period and, also, easy to sharpen.

Takeda Hamono Knives are known by the high quality, being much sought-after by the consumers from all over the world. 

*Double Edged Blade

Knife 24cm
Overall Length 385mm
Blade Length 240mm 
Blade Height at Base 65mm
Blade Thickness 6.8mm
Weight 501g

*Once the knives are all handmade, the measures and weights might differ a little bit from each other.

  • Steel Type: Carbon Super Blue Steel (Aogami Super)
  • Handle Type: Maple Wood
  • Octagonal handle
  • Blade Type: Double Edged Blade
  • Handmade by the craftsman: Shosui Takeda
  • Brand: Takeda Knives
  • Made in Niimi, Okayama, Japan

Data sheet
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Knife Care and Warnings

Please be careful!

・Please note that there may be individual variations in shape, finish, and color due to the handcrafted nature of our knives and the use of natural materials for the handles.

・Do not cut frozen foods or bones with knives that are not specifically designed for that purpose. Doing so can cause significant damage to the blade. 

・Do not use a dishwasher for cleaning. It may cause rust and damage to the handle.

・After use, do not leave the knife dirty. Hand wash it with a neutral detergent and then remove any moisture. 

・Carbon steel knives are extremely prone to rusting, so clean and dry them promptly. When storing, apply camellia oil to the blade.

・Avoid using simple sharpeners as they can damage the blade. If you must use them, please follow up with maintenance using a whetstone.

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