Deba Japanese kitchen knife Hideo Kitaoka 11 Shirogami Layers
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Deba Japanese kitchen knife Hideo Kitaoka 11 Shirogami Layers CN-4205 21cm

Hideo Kitaoka
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CN-4205
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€257.26 -12%

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Description

Deba fish knife by Mr. Hideo Kitaoka with the blade made of 11 layers of a great Shirogami carbon steel. This 0,5 kg heavy deba knife has 21 cm blade. Handle made of a natural rosenwood. It is not recommended for such knives - to wash in dishwasher, to leave it in water, to clean by acid liquids, to cut acid fruits like lemon. Hand-dry your knife: This should be done immediately after washing with a clean dishtowel. Rub with mineral oil. If you notice any rust spots, rub a light layer of mineral oil and let dry.

CN-4205
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Reference
CN-4205
Brand
Hideo Kitaoka
Country
Japan
Steel
Shirogami #1
Handle
Rosewood
Blade Length, mm
210
Total length, mm
360
Hideo Kitaoka

Hideo Kitaoka in Takefu, Fukui Province specializes in the production of high-quality kitchen knives. He was born in 1950 and learned his craft from his father in Echizen as a child. Hideo Kitaoka is a traditional craftsman, Sub chairman of Takefu Knife Village. 3-d generation of Kitaoka blacksmiths.