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[MINAMOTO-IZUMIMASA] Yanagiba hocho 300mm Blue paper 16 layer[MIM070103]

Our Selling Price: JPY58,000
[Stock Quantity 6] Weight: 400g
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For beautiful patterns, this is a kitchen knife to captivate the viewer. 300mm's Yanagiba hocho is a standerd size. If you get experience more, you can make the sashimi as intended. When the cook of Japan to buy Yanagiba hocho, it is the size they will purchase first.

Folded eight times while applying heat to the soft iron and steel, which is made ​​of 16 layers bullion. Feature is a pattern there is only one in the world. It is called "SUMINAGASHI" pattern is to be made ​​in this way. SUMINAGASHI of MINAMOTO-IZUMIMASA is particularly beautiful, are getting a lot of praise from professional cook.

It is edged many times in the manufacturing process, this knife is to remove the distortion many times. Blade straight, and even more attractive your food thoroughly.

This is a very beautiful kitchen knife, it would be good knife to cook in front of the customer. Particularly popular in sushi chef and so on.

After receiving an order, in order to produce, it will be necessity about 3 weeks for longest to send.

Product List of MINAMOTO-IZUMIMASA
Product name Edge material Base material Finish Handle material
Mirror and cherry White paper steel No.2 Mirror Polish Octagon / Ebony
All blue paper with mirror Blue paper steel No.2 Mirror Polish Octagon / Ebony
All white paper White paper steel No.2 Hon-yaki Polish Octagon / Magnolia
Blue paper 16 or 32 layer
(This product)
Blue paper steel No.2 Soft iron & steel Genuine Haze Polish Octagon / Ebony
Blue paper foged Blue paper steel No.2 Soft iron Genuine Haze Polish Octagon / Magnolia
White paper foged White paper steel No.2 Soft iron Genuine Haze Polish Round / Magnolia
For home use White paper steel No.2 Soft iron Haze Polish Round / Magnolia
SAVIN V10 GOLD (Stainless) SUS440 Genuine Haze Polish Octagon / Magnolia
Silver paper foged Silver paper steel No.3
(Stainless)
Stainless Genuine Haze Polish Octagon / Magnolia

About a maker, MINAMOTO-IZUMIMASA = Matsuo edges factory ( SAKAI, OSAKA pref )

Yoshiaki Matsuo is a great kitchen knife master. Yanagiba hocho 300mm Blue paper 16 layer MINAMOTO-IZUMIMASA is a brand name of Matsuo edges factory that is in SAKAI, OSAKA pref. Sakai is a kitchen knife producing area famous in the world. Among the factory of the Sakai, technology MATSUO edges blacksmith is especially good. Prominent cutlery store in Japan is coming to purchase a large number. Therefore, It is a blacksmith and grinder that is selected to chef of Japanese cuisine.
The top of master name is Yoshiaki Matsuo (photo). His skills gained from long experience are used in high-grade products. Kyohei Matsuo and Tsubasa Matsuo are Yoshiaki's cousin. They are also masters of kitchen knife griding.
* MATSUO edges factory has still a repertoire of size and material. If you want another material or another size, please let me know your request.

The notes on use about Yanagiba hocho 300mm Blue paper 16 layer [MINANMOTO-IZUMIMASA]

* Please do not twist.
* This kitchen knife has been optimized to work to slice raw fish. (Can be meat that contains no bone)
* It rusts for a steel part. Please wipe after use well.
* Please grind with a whetstone, if it becomes difficult to cut.
* If edged tool oil is applied, it will last long more.


Item Description
Producing district:Sakai, Japan [MINAMOTO-IZUMIMASA = MATSUO edges factory]
Handedness:righthand
Full Length:about 450mm = 17.72 inch
Edge length:300mm = 11.81 inch
Material:Soft iron & steel
Edge material:Blue paper steel No.2
Handle material:Ebony
Goods weight:250g
Packing weight:400g
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