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Moritaka AS – Fish Meat Japanese Kitchen Knife 18cm – Deba

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Part of Moritaka’s supreme series of kitchen knives, this 180mm Deba boasts a core of Aogami #2 steel clad in softer iron. As a true Japanese Deba knife, this knife is thick and sturdy traditionally used for filleting fish. It was designed to excel in the preparation of fish.

– The kurouchi finish provides a brilliant rustic aesthetic to the blade and also aids in corrosion resistance
– The blue steel blade is forged to a stainless steel tang, which is then inserted into a beautiful cherrywood handle

Moritaka AS – Fish Meat Japanese Kitchen Knife 16.5cm – Deba

Moritaka AS Deba 165mm Japanese Kitchen Knife

Part of Moritaka’s supreme series of kitchen knives, this 165mm Deba boasts a core of Aogami #2 steel clad in softer iron. As a true Japanese Deba knife, this knife is thick and sturdy traditionally used for filleting fish. It was designed to excel in the preparation of fish.

– The kurouchi finish provides a brilliant rustic aesthetic to the blade and also aids in corrosion resistance
– The blue steel blade is forged to a stainless steel tang, which is then inserted into a beautiful cherrywood handle

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Reviews Hear what other customers and media outlets are saying about our products. Their knives, which include chef’s knives, filleting knives, paring knives and vegetable knives, are made by expert blacksmiths with years of experience passed down through several generations. Read more Best Japanese-style UK chef’s knife… but the nakiri is even better. Read more […]

Guide to buying your first Japanese Knife

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Looking to buy a Japanese knife? Confused by the choices? Not sure where to start? Well, look no further, this guide will help you identify which Japanese knife is most suitable for your needs. A knife is the most important tool in the kitchen and Japanese kitchen knives are among the finest knives you can purchase. […]

Guide to Buying your First Japanese Knife

Sakai Kyuba – Chef’s Knife 21cm – The Gyuto with Natural Brown handle on white background

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_empty_space mobile_height=”20″ height=”64px”][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] Guide to Buying your First Japanese Knife Looking to buy a Japanese knife? Confused by the choices? Not sure where to start? Well, look no further, this guide will help you identify which Japanese knife is most suitable for your needs.  A knife is the most important tool in the kitchen and […]

Santoku Vs. Gyuto – What’s The Difference?

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If you don’t own yet any Japanese kitchen knife, the exotic sounding names – gyuto, santoku, nakiri, sujihiki, deba etc. probably don’t ring any bell. Even if you’re a knife expert, familiar with all the different types of steel and different edge grinds, you might not know about the unique names that the Japanese use for their […]

Japanese Minimalism: What Japan Can Teach You About Living Simply

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In last years Europe has created a fascination for Scandinavian minimalism and simple, natural living. However, Scandinavians were not the only one who are in love simplicity – just look at Japan. Despite their vast distance, Japan and Sweden have similar design sensibilities. Like Scandinavia, Japan upholds design principles that use natural materials, clean lines, […]