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Japanese Sushi Knife Kanetsune VG-10 Stainless Usuba 165mm 3002

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Japanese Sushi Knife Kanetsune VG-10 Stainless Usuba 165mm 3002




Japanese Sushi Knife Kanetsune VG-10 Stainless Usuba 165mm 3002

MEISHO KANETSUNE 3000 SERIES


StyleUSUBA
(Suitable for cutting and peeling vegetables)
SteelTypeVG-10 stainless steel and SUS stainless steel
BladeDouble-Edged
Handleblack wood
BladeLength165mm (6.5")
OverallLength290mm(11.4")
Weight150g (5.3oz)



Details

This is 3 layers Japanese chef knife which is made by real forged technology with VG-10 and SUS51 stainless steel. Superior for rust resistance The core material of the blade is VG-10 stainless steel which is used in most of world famous Spyderco brand folders that are also made in Seki Japan. Great sharpness and high rust resistance. The durability of blade was increased by DP treatment technology.


Japanese Sushi Knife Kanetsune VG-10 Stainless Usuba 165mm 3002


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 KANETSUNE

KANETSUNE is the brand name for knives which Kitasho Co. Ltd. manufactures.There are some areas to make cutting tools in Japan. Seki city in Gifuprefecture is also one of them where Kanetsune Factory is located.Seki City the City of Blades is the 800-year-old blade capital of the Orient.In Seki City there are the greatest number of Japanese sword craftsmen in all Japan actively work on passing down the inimitable craft and tradition of Japanese sword-making from generation to generation and intent upon introducing these excellent swords from Japan to the world.

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