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Tetsuhiro VG10 Santoku knife 160mm (6.3") Black paper micarta

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Beautiful Santoku knife made by Japanese Tetsuhiro Knife Company from Sanjo City in Niigata Prefecture. With 160mm long blade made from beautiful multi-layer Damascus with high-purity (highly-selected pure iron material used) steel VG10, as the central core. Western-style handle made from black paper micarta.

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Beautiful Santoku knife made by Japanese Tetsuhiro Knife Company from Sanjo City in Niigata Prefecture. 160mm long blade made from beautiful multi-layer Damascus with high-purity (highly-selected pure iron material used) steel VG10 (VG 10), as the central core. Western-style handle made from black paper micarta. This blade shape and steel will guarantee a very good cutting ability, sharpness, and easy maintenance at the same time. High corrosion resistance. Tetsuhiro Santoku knife is a perfect choice for home "Everyday" cooking and it is an excellent first knife for people who wants to start using a Japanese knife. Knife packed in premium Japanese authentic gift box with traditional patterns.

Knife Type Santoku
Brand Tetsuhiro
Knife Style Western Style
Blade Bevel Grind Double-edged
Total Knife Lenth (mm/inch) 290/11,5
Blade Lenth (mm/inch) 160/6,3
Blade Height at Base/Heel (mm/inch) 0/0
Blade Thickness above heel (mm/inch) 0/0
Blade Thickness above tip (mm/inch) 0/0
Blade Steel / Core steel VG10
Blade Core Hardness 60-61HRC
Blade Construction / Structure Damascus
Knife Handle Material Black paper micarta
Handle Bolster Yes
Handle style Western
Total Knife Weight (g/Oz) 155/5,47
Hand-sharpened Yes
Place of Origin Niigata Japan
Japanese Santoku Knife is the most popular middle-size multipurpose kitchen knife in Japan. Blade length usually between 150mm and 180mm. In Japanese, Santoku means “Three Virtues” and it is a grate knife for cutting, slicing, and chopping. Santoku knives were created after the end of World War II, during the Japanese economic miracle by mixing Japanese traditional Nakiri knives with Western classic Chef knives.
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