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Tsukiji Masamoto Blue Steel 1 (Aoko) Yanagi 270mm (10.6")

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Many carbon steel knives are made using coke fuel but Tsukiji Masamoto knives are made using charcoal, which produces higher quality blades because of the gradual rather than abrupt temperature change.
Tsukiji Masamoto pays special attention in creating a deeper urasuki (concave surface of the backside) to maximize its effect. Urasuki facilitates clean food separation from the blade, just like hollowed or perforated knives. This is why you can perform uraoshi (sharpening the backside of a single bevel knife to keep the outer edges leveled) on a coarse stone, unlike most other brands.
Created for slicing raw fish, this yanagi is also ideal for carving cooked meat, thinly slicing vegetables or portioning terrines and pates.

Details

Style : Yanagi
Blade Steel Type : Aoko (Blue Steel 1)
Handle material : (Hō) Japanese Magnolia
Bolster material : Water Buffalo Horn
HRC : 64-65
Bevel Angle Ratio : 100/0
No Saya Cover.

Dimensions

Blade Length : 270mm (10.6")
Weight: 6.08 oz

Care

Carbon steel knives will rust if not maintained properly. Use the Tsukiji Masamoto Rust Remover or Sabitohru Rust Remover to clean oxidized blades.

Additional Info.

Please be aware that these knife handles are made using water buffalo horn which is a natural material. We make no guarantee and do not take requests as to the color or patterning of the buffalo horn. It may be solid black, blonde or a mixture thereof. Thank you for understanding.