Japanese Chef Knife Gyuto- NIGARA - Stainless VG10 - Tsuchime Damascus - wenge handle - Size:21cm
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Japanese Chef Knife Gyuto- NIGARA - Stainless VG10 - Tsuchime Damascus - wenge handle - Size:21/24cm

"Niigara Knives” is one of the leading sword forging factories with 350-year history in Hirosaki, Aomori Prefecture.

In the past, they used to manufacture not only swords, but also cannons and warships, and is now a ministerial certified factory of the Japanese government.

Nigara Knives has traditional techniques and skills to make a knife that has been piled in history, and also they employ the latest high-performance steel and advanced designs that are highly regarded worldwide, giving them a unique worldview.

¥27,500 *

¥27,500 Tax excluded

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Description

Founded in the Edo period, more than 300 years ago, the knife maker, Nigara Hamono, is located in northeastern Japan, Aomori prefecture.

Specifications

Knife 210cm
Overall Length  350mm 
Blade Length 215mm
Blade Height at Base  43mm
Blade Thickness 2.25mm
Weight 167g
  • Steel Type: Stainless steel VG10
  • Damascus
  • Handle Type: Wenge wood
  • Octagonal Handle
  • Blade Type: Double Edge
  • Brand: Nigara Hamono
  • Made in Hirosaki, Aomori, Japan
Data sheet
id4538-21
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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