A petty knife that uses the newly developed cobalt stainless blade steel "ZA18" (assumed hardness 63) as the main steel and cuts into 68-layer stainless soft iron with 34 layers on each side.
The new steel material ZA19 has high hardness and excellent wear resistance, so it has excellent sharpness and can be cut for a long time.
In addition, it has a higher chromium content than other cutlery steels and is particularly excellent in rust resistance.
The pattern is a durable oak octagonal pattern regardless of the dominant arm, and persimmon astringent coating is applied.
Kakishibu is a naturally derived paint that has been used in Japan since ancient times, and has antibacterial, waterproof, and antiseptic effects.
|Country of origin||Osaka, Japan|
|Technique||Sakai Forged Blades|
|Material||Blade: ZA18 steel (HRC63) interrupt Damascus Pattern: Oak octagonal pattern (Kakishibu finish)|
|Electronic Equipment||Do not use on frozen foods, pumpkins, large bones, or other hard foods.|
|Note||Suitable Ingredients: Peeling / Cooking Assistance|
|Delivery Time||1~2 weeks (if out of stock + 1~2 weeks) *The delivery time may be extended due to COVID-19.|