Deba (Butcher Knife) Shirogami Steel No.2 with Kuro Hammered pattern
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- Made in Japan! Handle: Japanese Style made of Cherry Tree.
- Handmade by Japanese Craftsmen by Japanese Traditional Techniques!
- Edge of Blade: Shirogami Steel No.2!
- With Kuro Hammered pattern.
- Hygienic and Clean, Single Bevel. For Right Hander
- Deba is used for fish filleting and chopping meat without bones.
Japanese knives became much thinner as it has evolved to become sharper. However, it is much harder and more durable than many of the kitchen knives in the market as it uses high-carbon material. The key to making a thin yet strong blade is the technique of forging shirogami steel and soft iron together, which was developed through Japanese katana making. By combining the hard steel with more resilient and softer iron, the knife can better withstand the impact. That is why our kitchen knife is thin and sharp yet unbreakable and unbendable at the same time. It is also easy to sharpen.
This is the first knife a sushi chef would use when preparing fish, as it is used to fillet whole fish and butcher the boneless meat. The Deba is a traditional Japanese blade that is only sharpened on one side, which is called “single bevel”, and allows it to cut more precisely than other blades.
As our kitchen knife is very sharp, we recommend that you use a chopping board made of unfinished soft wood. Wash, wipe, and let it dry after use to keep it clean and hygienic.
By sharpening regularly, the product lasts for a long time. Contact us for the maintenance or if you need any assistance.
Blade Length: about 150mm(5.9inch), Whole Length: about 300mm(11.8inch), Weight: about 272g(9.6oz)
Item no. 1115284 (4573200715396)
Blade Length: about 165mm(6.5inch), Whole Length: about 315mm(12.4inch), Weight: about 300ｇ(10.6oz)
Item no. 1115285
Blade Length: about 180mm(7.1inch), Whole Length: about 350mm(13.8inch), Weight: about 396g(14oz)
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