Seikon Dojo Kurouchi - Santoku with Bubinga Wood Handle, 7 in.

Product Description for Seikon Dojo Kurouchi - Santoku with Bubinga Wood Handle, 7 in.

Maker: Kobayashi Seikon Dojo Kurouchi (click to see more by this maker)
Item num: 83471
Blade length: 6.75 in.
Total length: 12.50 in.
Blade height (at heel): 2.10 in.
Blade thickness (near bolster): 0.15 in.
Item weight: 6.00 oz.
Shipment weight: 8.9 oz.
Blade: Blue steel #2 forged between two layers of low carbon steel
Bolster: molded ferrule
Handle: Babinga wood
Description: The santoku is the traditional Japanese chefs knife. This comfortable design is a fantastic multipurpose chopper. The Santoku style has quickly become the new favorite for chefs in the West.
Kobayashi-san, purveyor to the Imperial Court, creates Hocho that are perfectly shaped compositions made from the finest materials. The blade is forged from blue steel #2, among the most prized of carbon steels. This steel has exceptional edge holding and takes a keen edge. The center core is forged between two layers of low carbon steel. The surface is rough ground (kurouchi finish) so that food does not stick to the sides of the knife while slicing. Because the blades are forged from carbon steel, rather than stainless steel, they require minimal additional care to prevent corrosion and staining, but have a far keener edge than their stainless counterparts.
The ambidextrous oval handle fits comfortably and securely in the hand. It is formed from babinga wood and is finished off with a black molded ferrule. Each knife is sent in a nice gift box.

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