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Sakai Takayuki Takohiki Slicer Knife with Buffalo Horn Handle White Steel #2 Kasumi Togi Sakai Takayuki

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Using traditional Japanese steel, Yasugi blade is a traditional Japanese style kitchen knife that is easy to use even for beginners or experienced chefs.

U-shaped handle is made of magnolia, easy to grasp, can be used comfortably even for long time use. This knife is made of steel material of Hagane which is easy to rust. Please remove water well after use, if you do not use for a long time please apply light oil and store in a place with less humidity. Even while in use, please be careful as rust may occur when left with moisture. Please do not cut frozen food and no dishwasher. It may cause the knife to chip or other damaged.  
Please note: Backside may have small imperfections or small separations. This is a chemical reaction from forging process and it is not a manufacture defect. 

Left handed version is available upon request, additional time and cost needed.
Takohiki knives are ideal professional long thin knives that slice, cut & chop easily through meat or vegetables to maintain the integrity of each component and freshness.

Ideal for: Slicing. 

Useful on food types: Slicing fish fillets, sushi & sashimi, turkey, roast beef, squid, octopus, other seafood.

Takohiki Slicer Knife
240 mm (9.4") / 270 mm (10.6")
Blade: White Steel #2
Edge Type: Single Bevel - Right Handed
Handle: Magnolia wood and Buffalo Horn

Weight: 227 / 308 g
Blade Width: 23 / 25 mm 
Blade Thickness: 7 / 7 mm
Handle Length: 120 / 133 mm
Handle Thickness: 22 / 22 mm

Customer Reviews

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Paul S.
Work of art to cook with

I was very excited to receive this knife. It was packaged exquisitely and more than razor-sharp when coming out of the box. The quality of the craftsmanship is obvious as soon as you handle the blade. The special touch of a handwritten note and origami were nice touches as well. I have only used the knife a few times at this point but have been very happy with its slicing ability. The first dish I prepared with it was a scallop crudo and the knife made slicing those thin pieces effortless. This will be a staple in my kitchen and I'm sure to be around for many many years to come.