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PROFESSIONAL GRADE KITCHEN KNIVES

STOCK LIST OF PROFESSIONAL KNIVES

YANAGI KNIVES

  • Yanagi 210mm white JPY22,000
  • Yanagi 240mm white JPY25,000
  • Yanagi 270mm white JPY29,000
  • Yanagi 300mm white JPY36,000
  • Yanagi 300mm white with saya JPY48,000
  • Yanagi 360mm white JPY52,500

  • Yanagi 210mm blue JPY25,000
  • Yanagi 240mm blue JPY29,000
  • Yanagi 270mm blue JPY35,000
  • Yanagi 270mm blue, Ho octagon with saya JPY50,000
  • Yanagi 300mm blue JPY42,500

  • Takohiki 270mm white JPY29,000
  • Takohiki 300mm white JPY36,000

  • Fuguhiki 240mm white JPY25,000 arrow PIC
  • Fuguhiki 270mm white JPY29,000
  • Fuguhiki 300mm white JPY36,000

DEBA KNIVES

  • Deba 150mm white JPY19,500
  • Deba 165mm white JPY20,000
  • Deba 180mm white JPY24,000
  • Deba 210mm white JPY35,000

  • Deba 150mm blue JPY22,500
  • Deba 165mm blue JPY24,000
  • Deba 180mm blue JPY26,500
  • Deba 210mm blue JPY37,500

  • Mioroshi Deba 180mm white JPY21,000
  • Mioroshi Deba 210mm white JPY30,000

  • Mioroshi Deba 180mm blue JPY23,500

  • Funayuki Deba 210mm white JPY30,000

  • Kurouchi Sakekiri Deba 240mm blue JPY27,500

GYUTO KNIVES

  • Kurouchi Gyuto 210mm JPY25,000
  • Gyuto 210mm JPY27,500
  • Gyuto 210mm Keyaki octagon JPY34,500
  • Kurouchi Gyuto 240mm JPY30,500
  • Gyuto 240mm JPY34,000
  • Gyuto 240mm Keyaki octagon JPY42,000 arrow PIC
  • Kurouchi Gyuto 270mm JPY34,500
  • Gyuto 270mm JPY38,500

  • Kurouchi Gyuto 180mm with custom handle arrow LINK

  • Sujihiki 210mm JPY27,500
  • Sujihiki 210mm Keyaki octagon JPY34,500
  • Sujihiki 240mm JPY34,000
  • Sujihiki 240mm Keyaki octagon JPY41,000
  • Sujihiki 270mm JPY38,500
  • Sujihiki 270mm Keyaki octagon JPY46,500

USUBA KNIVES

  • Usuba 180mm white JPY22,500
  • Usuba 210mm white JPY27,500

  • Usuba 180mm blue JPY27,500
  • Usuba 210mm blue JPY32,000
  • Usuba 240mm blue JPY42,000

  • Kamagata Usuba 180mm blue JPY27,500

  • Mukimono 120mm white JPY15,000
  • Mukimono 120mm blue JPY19,000


BONING KNIVES


  • Garasuki 180mm white JPY31,000
  • Garasuki 210mm blue JPY47,500

SPECIAL PURPOSE KNIVES

  • Sabaki 150mm blue JPY22,500
  • Sabaki 180mm blue JPY26,500

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  • Unagisaki 180mm white JPY22,500 arrow PIC

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TECHNICAL INFORMATION

Laminated Steel

Brought to welding heats, steels of different compositions (or iron and steel) can be welded together with pressure. Traditionally this was done by a Japanese bladesmith. The materials are brought to welding heats at the forge, one metal is placed over the other on an anvil and are struck with a hammer to merge them.

  • fux powder on the steel and iron bar
  • A piece of high carbon steel and two smaller pieces of wrought-iron are put on a larger bar of wrought-iron.
    Iron sands and boric acids are used as our forge welding powder, this is one of our secret ingredients!
  • Heated iron on it for forge welding
  • Another of heated wrought iron is put on top of all the pieces.
  • construction of laminated steel
  • The photo at the left shows the high carbon steel being sandwiched between wrought iron. The laminated steel becomes two double bevel blades. Heat and hammer, heat and hammer!
    forging photo
  • laminated steel construction of double bevel
  • The photos above double bevel, below single bevel: The forge weld lines on the knives are clearly visible. It's easy to see the structure of the blade. A thin layer of high carbon steel has been forge welded to a much thicker layer of wrought iron.
  • laminated steel construction of single bevel
  • There are several advantages to this process. For example, the iron backing is tough and dampens vibrations, resharpening is easy, and the blade holds an edge longer than western blades because of hard.

    The structure of laminated steel blades can be compared to that of a pencil. A pencil is composed of a wood and a lead. The wood provides the dampening for the lead. So the pencil can have a hard lead core, but is still tough and durable. Without the wood, it would break easily. Also, the soft wood allows the pencil to be sharpened easily.

    If you'd like to see how we forge weld single bevel blades, go to Kurouchi Deba knives page .

By Shinichi Watanabe
WATANABE BLADE