Bang for ur buck!!!
A+++++ what a great knife I’ve purchased!
Thanks district cutlery!
Item purchased will look different than item pictured due to variations in materials.
This is a high-carbon stainless steel slicing knife designed to cut produce and boneless meats.
Pros: Sharpness, edge retention, ambidextrous handle, easy to keep sharp.
The Tsunehisa line of knives are hand-made in Tosa, Japan.
The blades are stainless-clad Ginsan (Silver 3) Japanese stainless steel.
The handles octagonal oak wood.
The best sharpening tools for Japanese knives are leather strops and fine whetstones.
Japanese chef knives are brittle and the blades can chip if not handled carefully. High Carbon steel chef knives can rust and corrode if not dried promptly and kept dry.