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Suehiro CERAX 6060 Ceramic Fine Sharpening Stone with Plastic Base - 6000 - The Sharp Chef - The Best Authentic Japanese Chefs Knives in the UK from Iseya, Shigekis Tanaka and Sakai Takayuki, sharpening rods, whetstones, stones, saya sheath, handmade traditional blacksmith bladesmith steel damascus vg10 quality sharp chef knife kitchen layer hammered mirrored western handle aus-10 molybdenum
Suehiro CERAX 6060 Ceramic Fine Sharpening Stone with Plastic Base - 6000 - The Sharp Chef - The Best Authentic Japanese Chefs Knives in the UK from Iseya, Shigekis Tanaka and Sakai Takayuki, sharpening rods, whetstones, stones, saya sheath, handmade traditional blacksmith bladesmith steel damascus vg10 quality sharp chef knife kitchen layer hammered mirrored western handle aus-10 molybdenum
Suehiro CERAX 6060 Ceramic Fine Sharpening Stone with Plastic Base - 6000 - The Sharp Chef - The Best Authentic Japanese Chefs Knives in the UK from Iseya, Shigekis Tanaka and Sakai Takayuki, sharpening rods, whetstones, stones, saya sheath, handmade traditional blacksmith bladesmith steel damascus vg10 quality sharp chef knife kitchen layer hammered mirrored western handle aus-10 molybdenum

Suehiro CERAX 6060 Ceramic Fine Sharpening Stone with Plastic Base - 6000

Regular price £115.00 Sale

Suehiro, a Japanese waterstone manufacturer from Niigita province in Japan, has a long history of producing high quality, yet affordable ‘toishi’ (sharpening stones). For many years now, they have produced an outstanding range of sharpening stones and continue to produce them today. 

Quality is of utmost importance to Suehiro and that is made evident in his sharpening stones. A stone bought from them 30 years ago performs in the same way when used today. In Japan, you will likely see Suehiro sharpening stones almost everywhere; from department stores, home centres, and fine cutlery dealers.    

Brand: Suehiro 
Size:205mmx73mmx23mm 

Use & Precaution 

 Do not also soak in water finishing stones #3000 and above. After use, let the stone dry thoroughly. Returning a stone into its box while still wet or damp will result in moulding and might decrease in quality.