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Cuchillo de cocinacuchi Nakiri Shiro Kamo SG2 16.5cm G-7504WEM
Cuchillo nakiri japonés hecho a mano por el maestro Shiro Kamo. La longitud de la hoja es de 165 mm. La hoja tiene un núcleo de acero SG2 con revestimiento de damasco. El acero en polvo SG2 tiene un alto contenido de carbono y un acero inoxidable de alta aleación. Este cuchillo japonés no se puede lavar en lavavajillas. Cuchillo del sr. Shiro Kamo tiene una hoja muy dura pero delgada. No está permitido cortar huesos y carne con huesos, cocos y otras nueces, ni otros productos duros con cuchillos de chef japoneses. El herrero Shiro Kamo fabrica sus espadas en Takefu Knife Village. Shiro Kamo, nacido en 1958, fue honrado por su habilidad con el famoso título japonés "Dento-Kogei-shi" a los 45 años (Maestro del Arte Tradicional). Actualmente, es presidente de la Asociación Takefu Knife Village.
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Cuchillo de cocinacuchi Shiro Kamo Kama-Usuba 16.5cm G-0104
Kama-Usuba knife is handmade by Shiro Kamo. Blade lenght is 165 mm. Traditional Japanese octagonal handles in rosewood. Blade is made of Shirogami steel, 11 layers. This japanese knife is not allowed to wash by dishwasher. Knife by mr. Shiro Kamo has very hard, but thin blade. It is not allowed to cut by japanese chef knives bones and meat with bones, coconuts and other nuts, other hard products. The smith Shiro Kamo crafts his blades in the Takefu Knife Village. Shiro Kamo, born in 1958, was honored for his skill with the famous Japanese title "Dento-Kogei-shi" at age 45 (Master of Traditional Craft). Currently, he is President of the Takefu Knife Village Association.
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The smith Shiro Kamo crafts his blades in the Takefu Knife Village. This is a smithy cooperative that has upheld the tradition of sophisticated metalworking for almost 700 years. The individual Japanese kitchen knives are crafted by hand, using only the best materials. In recognition of his outstanding work, the smith was awarded the title of »Master of the Traditional Craft« at the age of 45. Currently, Shiro Kamo is President of the Takefu Knife Village Association.