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Kikuichi 8" Gyuto Chef's Knife

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A true workhorse in any kitchen and a best seller at The Proper Moose, this may just be the one knife you can’t do without.  So light and easy to handle, yet so sharp, you may just find yourself humming while you’re preparing a meal.

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A true workhorse in any kitchen and a best seller at The Proper Moose, this may just be the one knife you can’t do without.  So light and easy to handle, yet so sharp, you may just find yourself humming while you’re preparing a meal.

The sharpness of this high-quality, handcrafted 2-sided blade is easily maintained. Each blade is made of molybdenum stainless steel that will hold the sharpest cutting edge imaginable. The compressed wood handle has 3 rivets for optimum balance and durability. All Kikuichi knives are packaged in an exquisite gift box with sharpening and care instructions.

Features

  • Hand made by craftsman backed by 700 years of swordsmith experience
  • Blade (a true 8.5”) is made of non-stick stainless steel with molybdenum carbon steel, giving you an extremely sharp edge with great edge retention
  • HRC: 59
  • 3-rivet compressed wood handle for optimum balance and durability
  • Comes packaged in an attractive gift box
  • Made in Japan

Specifications

  • Blade Length: 8”
  • Stainless Steel with Molybdenum Carbon Steel
  • Compressed wood handle
  • Chopping, dicing, mincing and slicing

The Proper Moose sku# KKGM21080

Additional Info

Additional Info

Blade Length 8"
Scent No
SKU KKGM21080
Brand Kikuichi
Country of Manufacture Japan
Color Silver

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