VG10 Kiritsuke / SIZE: 240mm - 270mm
*Please kindly note customs fees may be charged when you recieve your items.
Made in Sakai, Osaka
Kiristuke is originally a knife for slicing a Japanese dish called "Yosemono" or "Nagashimono", which is made of agar. Since the long straight blade is similar to Yanagiba and Usuba, it is often used for slicing sashimi and cutting vegetables too.
The forged VG10 stainless steel can keep its sharpness longer than Gingami No.3 carbon steel.
- NOT dishwasher safe
- To prevent rust, thoroughly wipe the knife after washing.
- Please read the instruction before usage.
- Type of engraving
"English alphabet (Cursive)"
Engrave your name or message in English alphabet. Font style is cursive only. We can engrave initials too. You can order by proceeding from "ENGRAVE". Please enter what you like to have engraved on the knife and add to cart after you check the preview.
Engrave your name or message in Kanji or Katakana. Font style cannot be changed. Please inquire from the link below "ENGRAVE" for engraving in Japanese. We cannot accept Japanese engraving without inquiring.
*There is a limit to the number of characters depending on the knife and place of engraving.
Blade (A) : Japanese Maximum 10 characters, English alphabet (Cursive) Maximum 20 characters
*Engraving knives will take time. Dispatching the items will be 7 days after your order.
*Engraving in Japanese will be ONLY in Kanji or Katakana. Please note we do not engrave in Hiragana.
*Please note all engraving will be done by hand and may be different from the preview.
-Size and Weight:
240mm: Total Length 38.5cm, Blade length 23cm 310g
270mm: Total Length 42cm, Blade length 26cm 410g
*The weight of knives can slightly vary.
-Knife type : Kiritsuke
-Knife bevel : Single bevel (For right handed)
-Manufacturing process : Forged
-Blade material : VG10 Stainless steel
-Blade structure : Kasumi
-Handle material : Magnolia (Round)
Blade : Japanese and English
-Origin : Sakai city, Osaka
-Black smith : NAKAGAWA UCHIHAMONO
-Sharpener : KAWAKITA HAMONO