Asagiri Kiritsuke Santoku 180mm - Japanese Kitchen Knife
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The Asagiri line is forged in Yoshikazu Tanaka's workshop, by skilled hands. Tanaka is known as a master of Hitachi Metals' different steels and their processing, but if he could choose only one steel, it would be Shirogami2.
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Asagiri knives represent the best of Sakai uchihamono. From the beginning, the knives have been made with skillful k sedated beer bargain of the masters aunt omg oh ä standards. We are proud to be able to offer these delicacies.
Ter length: approx. 180mm
Total length: -
Blade height: 51mm
Weight: 164 gr.
Ter hardness: 62-63HRC
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