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Yoshimi Kato Blue Super Nashiji Santoku 165mm Knife with Honduras Rosewood Handle
Yoshimi Kato Blue Super Nashiji Santoku 165mm Knife with Honduras Rosewood Handle
Yoshimi Kato Blue Super Nashiji Santoku 165mm Knife with Honduras Rosewood Handle
Yoshimi Kato Blue Super Nashiji Santoku 165mm Knife with Honduras Rosewood Handle
Yoshimi Kato Blue Super Nashiji Santoku 165mm Knife with Honduras Rosewood Handle
Yoshimi Kato Blue Super Nashiji Santoku 165mm Knife with Honduras Rosewood Handle
Yoshimi Kato Blue Super Nashiji Santoku 165mm Knife with Honduras Rosewood Handle
Yoshimi Kato Blue Super Nashiji Santoku 165mm Knife with Honduras Rosewood Handle
Yoshimi Kato Blue Super Nashiji Santoku 165mm Knife with Honduras Rosewood Handle

Yoshimi Kato Blue Super Nashiji Santoku 165mm Knife with Honduras Rosewood Handle

Regular price £245.00 £225.00 Sale

Yoshimi Kato is the Son in Law of Hiroshi Kato, one of the greatest masters of this craft, the blacksmith behind Masakage knives and teacher to many, including Yoshimi Kato and none other than Yu Kurosaki. Yoshimi Kato takes over from Hiroshi Kato (who has retired) at Masakage, and makes his own knives too. 

Made with the upmost traditions, painstaking methods and keenness for quality, Kato knives are absolutely stunning and a perfect gift for any chef or keen cook.

This range of knives is made using a Blue Super carbon steel core, with a Rockwell rating of 63/64 HRC, offering the some of the best retention of sharpness out there.


Specifications:

Knife Type: Santoku
Steel Type: Blue Super (Carbon Steel, Rust Prone)
HRC: 63-64
Blade Type: Double edged blade
Blade Length: 170mm (6.7")
Blade Height: 46mm (1.8")
Blade Thickness: 3mm
Handle Material: Red Honduras Rosewood Handle
Ferrule Material: Pakka wood
Handle Length: 127mm (5")
Weight: 146g (5.1 ounces)

IMPORTANT NOTE:

Do not use the knife to chop hard materials such as bones or frozen items unless the knife is made for that specific purpose. Always ensure you keep your knife clean and dry, and sharpen it as required to prevent a dull edge.

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