Sakai Kikumori 'Choyo' 270mm Kataba Kiritsuke - Shirogami 2 - Ebony - Floor Model

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Sakai Kikumori ‘Choyo’ 270mm Kataba Kiritsuke. Shirogami #2 steel with mirror polish. Octagon ebony & water buffalo ferrule handle. Comes with Saya. Single Bevel, Right Handed.
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Steel Type Shirogami 2
Handle Material Ebony with Water Bufalo Horn Ferrule
Weight 305 g
Height at Heel 50 mm
Overall Length 426 mm
Cutting Edge Length 256 mm
HRC coming soon

Floor model knives may have small scuffs, small scratches or small bits of oxidization, these are purely cosmetic and offer a good deal to those who plan on using their knives as these 'defects' will be undistinguishable after use.

Sakai Kikumori ‘Choyo’ 270mm Kataba Kiritsuke. Shirogami #2 steel with mirror polish. Octagon ebony wood and water buffalo ferrule handle. Comes with Saya. Single Bevel, for right handed only.

Choyo series knives are specially made, fine-finished, professional quality knives from Sakai Kikumori. They are hand-forged by top level smiths and hand-finished on wet grinders in Sakai. These have a somewhat lighter blade with a mirror polish on the face and a rounded, polished spine and heel. These knives have very nice, smooth sharpen-ability and good edge life, not to mention excellent cutting feel. The Choyo series is highly recommended for a professional or sushi chef looking for high-performance, and easy sharpening.

Shirogami #2 is very responsive to sharpening stones, taking an extremely fine but biting edge easily. It is a highly reactive carbon steel. It should be mentioned that extra care is required, as the knife is not stainless and should be dried immediately after use. It will develop a dark patina with usage, but any orange rust should be removed with a light abrasive.

Sakai Kikumori was started in 1926 and draws on Sakai's 600 year history as the major center of traditional Japanese cutlery manufacturing. They work with a large variety of Sakai's best smiths, sharpeners and small factories to offer a wide variety of knives ranging from traditional materials and styles to more modern, western influenced styles and materials.

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