Kikusumi KATURA Kashi Santoku Knife Damascus Japanese Steel AUS10 Polished Hammered Finish 6.7”/17cm Japanese Oak Handle
KATURA Santoku is a versatile cutting tool capable of handling most basic kitchen cutting tasks. Santoku means “three virtues” in Japanese and is capable of slicing, dicing and mincing. Fit with a blade shape shorter in length but wider than a Western chef knife – the strength of the Santoku is its light weight and easy maneuverability. Professional chefs will choose a santoku blade to handle both detailed and greater volumes of prepping to improves work efficiency.
KASHI JAPANESE OAK HANDLE
Kashi / Japanese oak tree is evergreen. In early summer, it flowers in a similar way to chestnut. In Autumn blooms become small acorns. Japanese oak has a structure that is uniformly hard, has excellent dent resistance and has better impact strength than American oaks. Kashi is often found in the Kanto area (Tokyo) In Budo it’s usually use to make wooden weapons such as Bokken. Since it is heavy and very resilient, it’s one of the most favored woods to use. Japanese oak was the favorite wood of famous sword masters throughout Japanese history, because of its practicality and high durability.
Made one by one in Tosa Japan by our artisans. The KATURA collection is designed for those who love the craftsmanship and values of the artisan tradition. Tradition, quality steel, pure & natural woods with beautifully detailed refinements. KATURA knives are built to last a lifetime. KATURA captures the best qualities of that spirit in a knife that is authentically artisan in every detail. It offers the cook a remarkably precise cutting tool with a contemporary, refined aesthetic
Weight: 4.6 oz / 131g
Blade Length: 6.7” / 17 cm
Blade Width 2 mm
Blade Height 2” / 5.0 cm
Handle Length: 5” / 12.7 cm
Total Length: 12.2” / 31 cm
BLADE ORIGIN: 100 % Made in Tosa City Japan
BLADE: AUS-10 Japanese Stainless Steel
FINISH: Mirror Polished 45 Layer Damascus + Tsuchime Hammered Finish
HANDLE: Kashi Japanese Oak
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