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Shigeki Tanaka VG10 laminated steel Nakiri 165mm

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You can understand the essence of Seiki's work. Double-edged knife for vegetables.

Sharpness made by Shigeki Tanaka. This is a Nakiri knife.

This basic type has such sharpness! What kind of kitchen knives have you used so far? This is a product that we often receive feedback from those who have purchased it.
Hand-forged steel is carefully finished into a clam blade.
The material used is "V-gold No. 10 steel" that is resistant to rust and cuts sharply and for a long time.
In addition, the laminated pattern (8 layers on one side) is different for each piece, making it an original product just for you.
Nakiri knife is a special knife that can be used for all kinds of vegetables. You can also easily cut into strips and slices. Since it is a double-edged type, it can be used regardless of left or right handedness.

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This Nakiri knife is useful when cutting thick materials such as slicing radish or shredding cabbage.
Before the Santoku knife was developed, this type of knife supported the Japanese dining table as an all-purpose knife.
Sigeki's Nakiri knife is astounding in its sharpness, and even more astounding in how long it cuts. Another feature of this series is that there are many repeat customers. In daily cooking, the speed and texture of food will change depending on whether the knife is sharp or not. It's something you use every day, so it's recommended as a fun cooking tool. For those who love vegetables!
Popular with vegans and vegetarians overseas.

As with all knives, there is a risk of chipping if the blade is "kneaded". please note.

*Can be resharpened and repaired.


kinds

Nakiri (double-edged knife for vegetables)

size

Total length 290mm, blade length 165mm, blade width 50mm, blade thickness 3mm
Handle length 120mm

weight

Approximately 175g

material

V-gold No. 10 laminated steel (8 layers), clam double-edged blade, reinforced wooden handle, boxed

Maker

Tanaka Kazuyuki Hamono