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    Nakiri Japanisches Messer Yoshimi Kato Black Nickel VG-10 165 mm D1903 16.5cm

    D1903
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      Beschreibung

      Japanese nakiri knife. Hand forged by Yoshimi Kato who is a certified traditional craftsman in Takefu, Fukui prefecture in Japan. Blade Black Nickel VG-10. Blade length 165 mm. Handle – rosenwood. Nakiri is a vegetable knife. Do not attempt to cut, hit or chop frozen products or bones. The blade can chip or break. Hand wash with warm water and towel dry.

      Artikel-Nr.
      D1903
      Marke
      Yoshimi Kato
      Country
      Japan
      Steel
      Damascus
      Handle
      Palisander wood
      Blade Length, mm
      165
      Hardness
      60-62 HRC
      285
      Yoshimi Kato

      Yoshimi Kato is the son-in-law of Hiroshi Kato, the man who originally was a founding member of Takefu Knife VIllage. Yoshimi Kato is a renowned blacksmith in Fukui Prefecture. In pursuit of forging technology, he has followed his father Hiroshi Kato for years making every effort to produce sharp and easy-to-use knives, before taking over the family business. His knives are highly valued in Japan.

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