Sakimaru Takohiki White steel #2 Polished Buffalo Handle 270mm
Sakimaru Takohiki White steel #2 Polished Buffalo Handle 270mm
Sakimaru Takohiki White steel #2 Polished Buffalo Handle 270mm
Sakimaru Takohiki White steel #2 Polished Buffalo Handle 270mm
Sakimaru Takohiki White steel #2 Polished Buffalo Handle 270mm
Sakimaru Takohiki White steel #2 Polished Buffalo Handle 270mm
Sakimaru Takohiki White steel #2 Polished Buffalo Handle 270mm
Sakimaru Takohiki White steel #2 Polished Buffalo Handle 270mm
Sakimaru Takohiki White steel #2 Polished Buffalo Handle 270mm
Sakimaru Takohiki White steel #2 Polished Buffalo Handle 270mm
Sakimaru Takohiki White steel #2 Polished Buffalo Handle 270mm
Sakimaru Takohiki White steel #2 Polished Buffalo Handle 270mm

Sakimaru Takohiki White steel #2 Polished Buffalo Handle 270mm

Regular price ¥45,800 ¥45,800

Knife name: Sakimaru Takohiki
Material: White steel #2/Shirogami No. 2
Finish: Polished
Handle: Buffalo Handle Octagonal
Blade type: Single-edged
Blade length: 270mm
Origin: Sakai City in Osaka Prefecture

The Sakimaru Takohiki is a variation of the Yanagiba and Takohiki, and is used for much the same purposes. Sakimaru Takohiki are easily identifiable by their blade tips, which look similar to that of a Katana. Their blades have a straight spine similar to the Takohiki, and a slightly curved edge like the Yanagiba, resulting in a knife which looks somewhat like a combination of the two.

Migaki (Polished) line of knives feature beautiful edge geometry and are quite thin behind the edge and at the spine. They have an excellent cutting feel and are light and feel very nimble and comfortable in the hand.

Shirogami No.2 has minimal impurities and a very fine grain structure, so it is ideal for fine cutting tools such as Japanese traditional-style knives. Despite being a ‘simple’ carbon steel, Shirogami No.2 has very good edge retention and it is also very easy to re-sharpen. Recommended for first-time users of Japanese traditional-style knives.

-NOTICE-
■Please do not use the knife in a twisting motion.
■Please use the correct knife when cutting bone, frozen or hard items.
■Please note that the images are of the sample products. Colour, weight, pattern and size can differ as each product is handmade.
■Please use a soft plastic or wooden cutting board to protect the blades edge.
■Please don't heat or cool rapidly as it may change the structure of the steel.
■Please don't hesitate to contact us for further enquiries.

Estimated delivery time 7-14 days

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Product features

Handmade Forging

By applying the traditional forging method, the molecules of iron, which is the material, are finely arranged, leading to the completion of a "live kitchen knife" that breathes.

Durability

The process of heating and forging each material for molding is repeated three or four times, and before carbon is released from the steel and the original power is not lost, it is quickly shaped into a blade and creates durability.

Sharpness

The blade is the most important for achieving the best sharpness. Produces uncompromising sharpness that can be sharpened at our own factory with blades.

Handle

We place the highest priority on a shape that is durable, luxurious, easy to grip, and does not get tired even after long-term use.

Material
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Rust
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Sharpening
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Sliver steel #3
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White steel #1
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White steel #2
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Blue steel #1
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Blue steel #2
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Aogami Super
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