MUSASHI Deba White steel #2 Kasumi Sumi Urushi Handle 180mm (331-180)

MusashiSKU: 331-180
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Sale price$370.00 CAD

Description

 
"Musashi" is a kitchen knife brand from Japan that has a history of blacksmithing for 250 years.
Every single process is done by hand.

Discover the beauty of this traditional Japanese Deba Kasumi White Steel #2 knife. The ergonomically designed Urushi handle ensures you'll experience superior comfort and control for a more enjoyable and precise cutting experience. Enhance your culinary creations with this timeless classic.

Deba is a sturdy fish knife with a solid and thick blade. The blade doesn't bend even if force is applied. It is often used to remove large fish scales, handle the bones, open the back of the fish, and cut the bones. The blade's thickness and weight can help to cut off fish heads without damaging the blade, as well as the small bones of chicken.

Shirogami No.2 has minimal impurities and a very fine grain structure, so it is ideal for fine cutting tools such as Japanese traditional-style knives. Despite being a ‘simple’ carbon steel, Shirogami No.2 has very good edge retention and it is also very easy to re-sharpen. Recommended for first-time users of Japanese traditional-style knives.

Traditional Kasumi polished finish. Kasumi roughly translated to “mist” or “cloud” and refers to the hazy appearance of the soft steel/iron cladding, in contrast to the fine polished cutting edge. This elegant finish is very common on traditional style Japanese blades.

Blade Material: White steel #2/Shirogami No.2

Blade HRC: 61~63

Blade Finish: Kasumi

Blade Type: Single-edged

Blade Length: 180mm

Blade Thinckness: 8.1mm

Total Length: 335mm

Handle Length: 135mm

Weight: 380g

Handle: Sumi Urushi Handle

Origin: Sakai City in Osaka Prefecture

Notice

■Please do not use the knife in a twisting motion.
■Please use the correct knife when cutting bone, frozen or hard items.
■Please note that the images are of the sample products. Colour, weight, pattern and size can differ as each product is handmade.
■Please use a soft plastic or wooden cutting board to protect the blades edge.
■Please don't heat or cool rapidly as it may change the structure of the steel.
■Please don't hesitate to contact us for further enquiries.

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