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Kyoto Damascus Design

Premium blade honing

Sharpen the blade by means of a grindstone so as to keep sharpness long.

63-Ply Damascus Steel

The name of "Damascus Steel" is derived from Wootz Steel native to India and forged it into swords in Damascus, Syria. The strongest point of this steel is its own pattern produced during solidificfation of cast steel in a crucible firnace and is said that only a few of people know about this manufacturing knowhow. In the days of the crusade the sword was noted for its mysterious beauty and preciousness. The present Damascus design has been realized on the pattern of this Damascus steel.

Full blade forming

For easy re-grinding, the blade base is wet-honed with coarse/medium grindstone by skilled craftsmen prior to formation of the primary blade.

Guard

Fitted with a ferrule and is sanitary.

Handle

Distinguished in corrosion resistance making use of compressed laminated wood.





TAKE Kyoto TAMAHAGANE

Premium blade honing

Sharpen the blade by means of a grindstone so as to keep sharpness long.

63-Ply Damascus Steel

The name of "Damascus Steel" is derived from Wootz Steel native to India and forged it into swords in Damascus, Syria. The strongest point of this steel is its own pattern produced during solidificfation of cast steel in a crucible firnace and is said that only a few of people know about this manufacturing knowhow. In the days of the crusade the sword was noted for its mysterious beauty and preciousness. The present Damascus design has been realized on the pattern of this Damascus steel.

Full blade forming

For easy re-grinding, the blade base is wet-honed with coarse/medium grindstone by skilled craftsmen prior to formation of the primary blade.

Integrated structure

This kitchen knife is of integrated sanitary structure leaving no clearance between the blade and handle.

Handle with checkered non-slip surface

The stainless handle section is hollowed and is light in weight keeping beauty with checkered non-slip surface. 18-8 stainless steel handle is sanitary in structure and enables sterilizing washing of water/chemicals at high-pressure and high-temperature.
*Please refrain from chlorine sterilization.





Kyoto TAMAHAGANE

Premium blade honing

Sharpen the blade by means of a grindstone so as to keep sharpness long.

63-Ply Damascus Steel

The name of "Damascus Steel" is derived from Wootz Steel native to India and forged it into swords in Damascus, Syria. The strongest point of this steel is its own pattern produced during solidificfation of cast steel in a crucible firnace and is said that only a few of people know about this manufacturing knowhow. In the days of the crusade the sword was noted for its mysterious beauty and preciousness. The present Damascus design has been realized on the pattern of this Damascus steel.

Full blade forming

For easy re-grinding, the blade base is wet-honed with coarse/medium grindstone by skilled craftsmen prior to formation of the primary blade.

Integrated structure

This kitchen knife is of integrated sanitary structure leaving no clearance between the blade and handle.

Handle with checkered non-slip surface

The stainless handle section is hollowed and is light in weight keeping beauty with checkered non-slip surface. 18-8 stainless steel handle is sanitary in structure and enables sterilizing washing of water/chemicals at high-pressure and high-temperature.
*Please refrain from chlorine sterilization.

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