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Kasumi-togi(霞研)

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This is a popular, reasonable and commonly used Japanese knives using Yasuki white steel for professional and household use, which is made by skillful traditional craftsman. It is also, we recommend for household use to enjoy cooking with good knives.

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This is a popular, reasonable and commonly used Japanese knives using Yasuki white steel for professional and household use, which is made by skillful traditional craftsman. It is also, we recommend for household use to enjoy cooking with good knives. “kasumi” are made from two materials: high-carbon steel "hagane" (Yasuki white steel) and soft iron "jigane" forged together. This style of knife offers a similar cutting edge to a honyaki blade in high-grade knives. It offers the benefit of being "more forgiving" and generally easier to maintain than the honyaki style, at the expense of stiffness. Some see this as an advantage.

Additional Information

Specification Name: Sakai Takayuki kasumi-togi 堺孝行 霞研 Handle: Wood with PC ring Material: Yasuki white steel Notice: Right Hand use (if you need left hand use, please ask us for availability before you purchase. Notice: It is rusty if you do not take care of it.
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  1. Mukimono review by Nibar on 12/16/2015

    Bought a mukimono: paypal payment, quick delivery to UK, knife arrived in a good packaging. Great vegetable knive, it has come enough sharpened, with oil on the blade to avoid stains and rust. Very light (133 gr.) and thinner than an Usuba (3 to 2 mm alongside the back of the blade), it allows a great slicing, precision works thanks to the pointed tip and a fine katsuramuki. Magnolia wood D-shaped handle; the plastic bolster is tighter than the handle, but bear in mind this is the basic (and cheapest) Sakay Takayuki knives' model. There have been some problems with the site's account, but the owner followed me by email step by step. This store deserves a better web site. Overall, I am totally satisfied. Definitely a bargain.

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