Santoku Japanese kitchen knife Tsutomu Kajiwara TK-1115BGA 16.5cm
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Santoku Japanese kitchen knife Tsutomu Kajiwara TK-1115BGA 16.5cm


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 Japanese santoku knife handmade by Tsutomu Kajiwara. Santoku translates as 'three uses', are ideal for mincing, dicing and slicing, as they feature a straight edge with a narrow sheep's foot blade. Blade 165 mm is made of Aogami 2 steel with iron damascus clad. Traditional japanese wooden handle made of bocote wood. Please, use your Tsutomu Kajiwara knife carefully. 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.

3 Items
Tsutomu Kajiwara
Aogami #2
Bocote wood
Blade Length, mm
60-62 HRC
Total length, mm
Tsutomu Kajiwara

Tsutomu Kajiwara knives are made in Tosa Japan. Mr. Kajiwara is a third generation blacksmith and he is 64 years old. These knives are fantastic values since they're made with high quality Aogami #2 (Blue Paper #2) steel with good heat treatment and high hardness at HRC62.