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  • Japanese Masahiro Kitchen Chef Knife Staineless Steel MS-400 Gyuto 180mm F/S

Japanese Masahiro Kitchen Chef Knife Staineless Steel MS-400 Gyuto 180mm F/S

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Japanese Masahiro Kitchen Chef Knife Staineless Steel MS-400 Gyuto 180mm F/S




Japanese Masahiro Kitchen Chef Knife Staineless Steel MS-400 Gyuto 180mm F/S

MS-400


StyleGYUTO / CHEF KNIFE
(Suitable for cutting meat)
SteelTypeMolybdenum Vanadium Stainless Steel (MBS-26)
0.9% Carbon
13% Chrom Molybdenum Vanadium
Thickness1.8mm
HandlePlywood
BladeLength180mm (7.1")
Weight115g (4.06oz)



Details

Masahiro MSC series is the ultra-long-selling product for over 40 years since the introduction of MSC series in to the market.


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 MASAHIRO

Masahiro is located in Seki city Japan which is famous worldwide for its production of fine knives. Masahiro have been one of the leading manufacturers of knives for more than 70 years. Along with the improvement of raw materials; Masahiro dedicated to the research and development of processing technology; sharpness; durability; corrosion residence and design. By using their original materials which are developed it jointly with the steel manufactures; they have been getting high reputation for many years.

About SEKI city

Seki city is located in the centre of Gifu Prefecture; and famous world wide for its production of fine knives; ranking alongside Solingen in Germany.Swordmaking began in Seki in the Kamakura Era over 700 years ago. Seki's reputation for swords that "unbreakable; unbendable and cut cleanly' spread all over the country and it is said that during the Sengoku age of civil strife; Seki swords in particular were popular among the samurai. Today; Seki enjoys a flourishing trade in kitchen knives; scissors; razors and other knives; and its products are popular worldwide for their sharpness.

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