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7 Inch Kasumitogi Usuba Knife by Kikuichi
Bring legend to life with 7 Inch Kasumitogi Usuba Knife Set by Kikuichi that holds the history of the ancient Japanese Samurais in its wake. Kikuichi, whose full name is Kikuichii-Monjyu-Shiro-Kanenaga, is known for excellence and its rich history, dating back 700 years.
It was during the reign of Emperor Gotoba, that Shiro Kanenaga a swordsmith of Samurai swords was authorized to use the emperor’s chrysanthemum symbol on his work, as a mark of excellence. After the Meiji Revolution and the end of the Samurai, Kikuichi reinvented itself as a maker of superb cutlery. Today, their original swords are on display at the Seikado Museum in Tokyo and are considered national treasures.
This beautiful Usuba Knife features a ho-wood handle and hand crafted, white carbon steel blade designed to slice with ease. Serve up your favorite vegetable cuisine with a knife ideal for slicing and mincing vegetables.
For cleaning your Usuba Knife, hand wash with hot water and dry immediately afterwards. From stir fries to your favorite vegetable dish or side, impress your guests with a beautiful Japanese Usuba Knife with a rich history and cultural background.
Usuba Knife Features:
- 7” Usuba Kasumitogi Knife
- Ideal for slicing and mincing vegetables
- Hand crafted blades
- White carbon steel
- Easy to sharpen
- Ho-Wood Handle
- Hand wash with warm water
- DO NOT wash in dishwasher
- Made in Japan
|Description Author||Lindsey P|
|Name||Kikuichi Kasumitogi Usuba Knife – 7 Inch (UKT18-07-0)|
|Home or Commercial||Home|
|Material||Wood and Steel|
|Manufacturer's Warranty||Lifetime Limited Manufacturer Warranty|
|Country of Manufacture||Japan|
|Weight (in Lbs)||0.9|