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A Yanagi knife made of Japanese stainless steel AUS-8 (8A) with a hardness
of 56-58HRC that is easy to sharpen and handle even for beginners.
This product is perfect for those who want to try traditional Japanese Yanagiba
for the first time. This knife does not rust.

Yanagiba AUS-8 (8A) 300mm Double Welding

USD293.91
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A-8-MR-8A300Y

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Specification

Status:
Brand New/unused
NOTE:
Image information takes precedence over textual information listed on the product page.
Use applications:
Suitable for slicing sashimi by drawing.
Country/Region of Brade:
Sakai / Osaka Pref./ Japan
Knife Type:
Yanagiba
Constraction of Knives:
SIngle Edge (Bebvel)
Steel Name:
AUS-8A
Forge Welding:
Double Welding (Hagane on Soft Iron)
Forging Method:
Free forging
Finish and design:
Wood grinding finish
Cutting Blade Length (From tin to chin) :
approx 286mm ±2mm
Total Knife Length (from tip to hip of handle) :
approx 450mm ±2mm
Blade Height (Maxim point) :
approx 34mm ±2mm
Thickness(Maxim point) :
approx 3.4mm ±2mm
Weight:
According to image
Handle Tyep:
八角柄
Joining Handle:
Unjoined / If you want to join, please check the joining request (free)
Dominant hand:
Right-handed
Note of Use:
Since the blade can chip or break, do not attempt to cut, hit or chop frozen products or hard bones.
Maintenance:
this is a high carbon steel knife, the knife rusts easily,which requires special care. Apply oil if for long-term storage. Also use a sharpening stone to maintain the sharpness of the blade.
Remark:
For professionals (can be used at home)

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Important Notice

*Colour and shape can differ from the photo and actual product due to camera and lighting.

*Also, you may see difference in colour due to the oil applied to protect from rust.

*For handmade products, there may be small scratches. There is no problem in use at all.

*In addition, vintage products may have minor scratches due to long-term storage.

*Wood products may age over time.

Please check the image well before purchasing.

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