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  • Baishinshi Japanese Craft Knife Kiridashi Kogatana Straight Black 21mm

Baishinshi Japanese Craft Knife Kiridashi Kogatana Straight Black 21mm

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Baishinshi Japanese Craft Knife Kiridashi Kogatana Straight Black 21mm




Baishinshi Japanese Craft Knife Kiridashi Kogatana Straight Black 21mm

Kogatana


StyleKOGATANA
(Craft Knife)
SteelTypeJapanese Carbon Steel (Shirogami #2)
BladeSingle-Edged
Thickness2.5mm
HandleWidth: 21mm (0.83")
BladeLength55mm (2.17")
OverallLength195mm (7.7")
Weight74g (2.61oz)



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Baishinshi Japanese Craft Knife Kiridashi Kogatana Straight Black 21mm


Baishinshi Japanese Craft Knife Kiridashi Kogatana Straight Black 21mm


Baishinshi Japanese Craft Knife Kiridashi Kogatana Straight Black 21mm


Baishinshi Japanese Craft Knife Kiridashi Kogatana Straight Black 21mm


Care and Maintenance

Please follow the instructions below to ensure a lifetime of Japanese knives.

  1. Apply mild detergent on a soft sponge or wet cloth to clean. Do not use bleach. Do not use dishwasher.
  2. Use a clean dry cloth to wipe and dry it immeadiately after every use.
  3. Use sharpening stones to sharpen Japanese knives do not use a sharpening steel
  4. For less freaquently used knives apply oil very thinly after the knives are sharpened cleaned and dried.

About BAISHINSHI

For over 250 years Baishinshi has been manufacturing cutlery as blacksmith Sanjo from the Edo era. Baishinshi 7th smithy Umeda Kunimitsu is producing kiridashi knife and carving knife keeping the traditional skills. The hand-made knife is excellent work.

About Tsubame Sanjo

The neighboring cities of Tsubame and Sanjo are located almost directly in the center of Niigata prefecture in Japan. It is said that the areas metalworking industry began with the production of WAKUGI (traditional Japanese nails) in the beginning of the Edo period (1603-1867). Since then the metalworking industry in the City of Sanjo has flourished with the establishment of roughly 300 blacksmith shops by the end of the Edo period. These blacksmiths; using their skills and techniques from wakugi making; continued on to produce cleavers; sickles; kitchen knives; chisels;etc.leading to its current production of tools and other metalwork products.

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