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This paring knife is handcrafted in Niigata Japan by experienced knife smiths.
Niigata region is very famous for forging knives and swords since ancient time.
Paring knife ( or Petty knife in Japan ) is an essential knife in the kitchen whether you are professional chef or home cook.
The length is perfect for peeling, slicing or any sort of fine, delicate works.
The thinly tapered edge has a convex shape called “ Hamaguriba “ which means Clamshell blade.
This shape comes from Katana swords and is the key for the sharpness and strength of Japanese knives.
The 3 layered blade is made of Molybdenum - Vanadium stainless steel in core, forged with 13 Chrome stainless steel on both sides.
The handle is made of hygienic Black Pakka Wood with 3 rivets for strength and has a comfortable grip.
Black Pakka Wood is resin treated hard wood, tough against water, heat and is very durable.
We love this paring knife for the simple design and for the great performance.
This knife is handmade with love, pride and maybe some scratches from the knife master’s work.
Each knife is sharpened prior to shipping for full performance.
The size, weight and volume of knives may slightly differ from knife to knife.
|Blade||Molybdenum - Vanadium stainless steel core, 13 Chrome stainless steel clad|
|Handle||Black Pakka Wood|