Japanese Kirituke Yanagiba Knife - SAKAI TAKAYUKI - Grand Chef Hien series - Stainless steel - Kokusekime Seath - size:30cm
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Japanese Kirituke Yanagiba Knife - SAKAI TAKAYUKI - Grand Chef Hien series - Stainless steel - Kokusekime Seath - size:30cm

"Sakai Takayuki" is a brand owned by Aoki Hamono, a major manufacturer in Sakai City, Osaka Prefecture, who has been promoting the sharpness of Japanese kitchen knives not only in Japan but also in Europe, the United States, Asian countries, Central and South America, and the Middle East.

The lineup includes knives for cooking, confectionery, ice carving, etc. Their flagship, Japanese single bevel knives are all first-class products made by traditional craftsmen in Sakai.

¥50,380 *

¥50,380 Tax excluded

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Description

As each knife is handmade,the size weight,and finish of the blade may very.

Knife:

30cm

Overall Length:

428mm

Blade Length:

286mm

Blade Height at base (at heel):

38mm

Blade Thickness above heel:

2.2mm

weight:

245g

seath waight:          76g

Blade

Grind: Single edged for right handed

Blade Material:  Bohler-Uddeholm steel

Shape: Kirituke Yanagiba

 

Handle 

Handle material: Polyoxymethylene 

Handle Type:  Western 

 

Brand: Sakai Takayuki

Made in Sakai,Osaka, Japan

Data sheet
id5264-30
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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