TOSHU 105 mm (4.13 inch) Pointed Carving Knife, Manually Sharpened Japanese Kitchen Knife Produced Utilizing Japanese Sword-Making Techniques – Damascus Pattern

$109.99

SKU: TOSHU 105 mm Pointed Carving Knife VM Kataba Category:

Description

  • Blade material: Stainless steel AUS8A (an easy to sharpen stainless steel), Traditional weight laminated wood handle. Damascus Pattern.
  • Japanese-made knives – exceptionally durable and functional – great for both professional and home use
  • Crafted using traditional Japanese ancient sword-manufacturing techniques
  • Unique manufacturing procedure includes 60 individual processes, resulting in much higher quality than mass-produced knives
  • Single-edged knives manually sharpened using unique sharpening processes, creating a cutting edge that is thin, sharp and durable

TOSHU kitchen knives are created using a blend of both modern and traditional Japanese ancient sword-making techniques.

TOSHU knives go through 60 individual production processes utilizing specially trained craftsmen, resulting in much higher quality than mass-produced knives.

Knives are manufactured using specialty hammering and forging techniques. Each knife is crafted using a unique hammered flame forging process. This process involves hammering and heating the material in a 1,000°C flame. All processes are designed to bring out the best properties of the metal.

These knives are hand-sharpened with a single edge for a cutting edge that is thin, sharp and durable.

The unique manufacturing process results in knives that include the following special properties: outstanding hardness and sharpness with less chipping, flexibility for avoiding breakage, anti-abrasion for longer sharpness, anti-fatigue for longer life and anti-corrosion for avoiding rust.

Additional information

Weight 301 g

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