Japanese kitchen knife Bunka Daisuke Nishida Forge-welded Shirogami 1 DN-11225 18cm
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Bunka Japanese kitchen knife Daisuke Nishida Funayuki DN-11225 18cm


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The Bunka Daisuke Nishida DN-11225 knife is forged by Daisuke Nishida and is one of the greatest, magnificent examples of Japanese knives. Blade 180 mm is made of carbon steel Shirogami No. 1 by forge welding with a black coating. The Daisuke Nishida Bunka has an octagonal walnut handle with a maple ring. The bolster is made of Macassar ebony wood. This knife cannot be washed in the dishwasher. Japanese kitchen knives have a very hard but thin blade. Japanese knives are not allowed to cut bones and meat with bones, coconuts and other nuts, and other hard foods. Daisuke Nishida knives due to handmade may differ slightly from those shown in the photos and sizes. Weight 250 gr.

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Daisuke Nishida
Shirogami #1
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Total length, mm
Daisuke Nishida

Japanese blacksmith Daisuke Nishida is based in Kumamoto, he is 42 years old. He became a disciple to another blacksmith when he was 19 and after 9 years of training, in 2006, he went on his own way and set up his workshop. He uses solely white#1 steel which is difficult to forge and it's said only the best blacksmiths can forge white#1 well. His methods are very traditional and he forges completely from scratch with no help from anyone except for the handles so you are buying a piece of art essentially composed by one person.