Japanese Sujihiki Knife -Miyazaki Kajiya- Carbon Blue No2 Soft Iron Clad Damascus -Water quenching– Tsubaki – Size:27cm
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Japanese Sujihiki Knife -Miyazaki Kajiya- Carbon Blue No2 Soft Iron Clad Damascus -Water quenching– Tsubaki – Size:27cm

"Miyazaki Kajiya" is located in Goto islands, Nagasaki Prefecture, a city rich in nature, and its knives are made entirely by hand. The craftsman, Haruo Miyazaki, is the third generation of the Oba blacksmith family from Fukuoka Prefecture. He had been trained for five years under Toshio Oba, a master craftsman who forged the traditional "Hakata Ippon Hocho”. He makes knives with the wildness that only a field smith can create, including the Tsubaki knife, which has a unique shape similar to the Hakata knife.

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Description

This Damascus knife is made by Mr. Haruo Miyazaki, who overlaps steel materials and makes all processes by hand.

There are some holes and gaps in the blade that were created by overlapping the steel to produce the Damascus pattern, but these are not a problem when using the knife.

 

The pattern of each knife is different because it is 100% handmade.

Knife: 27cm
Overall Length: 437mm
Blade Length: 277mm 
Blade Height at Base: 45mm
Base Blade Thickness: 2.6mm
Weight:

172g

  • Balde MaterialCarbon Blue 2 / Soft Iron clad
  • Blade Finishes: Damascus
  • Blade grind: Double-edged  (50/50)
  • Handle: Magnolia /Chestnut Shape/ Ferrule made of buffalo horn
  • Brand: Tsubaki
  • Maker: Miyazaki Kajiya
  • Made in Goto island, Nagasaki, Japan
Data sheet
id5016-27
Cares for the japanese knife

*Please dont try to cut or chop frozen foods and bones . Blades are too hard ,so they can chip. 

*If you buy a carbon steel blade knife , keep it clean and dry after use . Carbon steel knives rust easily.

If you are not going to use it for a long time ,please pass magnolia or olive oil and wrap in a newspaper.

*We recommend the use of whetstones when you are going to sharpening them .  

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