Length
Width
Height

Akazawa Shiro-Ko Honyaki Sakimaru 300mm (Special No-Brand Engraving Ver.) (Made by Togashi) (SOLD OUT)

Recommended for a Head Chef; good sharpening skill is recommended.
If a Left-Handed Version of This Knife Is Required, Please Contact Us
$759.00
Availability Out of stock

Sakai Akazawa’s Shiro-Ko Honyaki line sports a blade steel crafted out of White Steel (WS), a high-carbon steel that often possess an HRC ranging anywhere from 62-63. WS is a very popular blade steel. In fact, it is the most common type of blade steel found in traditional/Eastern kitchens. Chefs & cooks alike enjoy using it because in spite of its hardness it is relatively easy to sharpen and takes on a very fine and sharp edge that proves to be an invaluable resource in the kitchen. One downfall of WS is that it rusts when it comes into contact with air and water, and therefore needs to be dried thoroughly before being stored. While the “Kasumi” knife is crafted by bonding high-carbon steel and soft iron together, the blade steel of “Honyaki” knives are made solely out of high-carbon steel, which requires exceptional blacksmithing skill as “Honyaki” blades are exceedingly rigid and therefore difficult to forge. After being successfully forged, “Honyaki” knives take on a lavish value and are popularly held as high-end knives. The Shiro-Ko Hongasumi knives sport a traditional-style, octagonal handle embedded with a buffalo horn bolster for balance.

Recommendation: Sakai Akazawa’s Shiro-Ko Honyaki line is recommended for professional chefs, cooks and kitchens because its knives require advanced knife maintenance and sharpening skills.

Specifications:

  • HRC:  62-64
  • Blade: Single Bevel
  • Stain-Resistant Ability: No
  • Blade Length: 300mm
  • Handle Material: Ebony Wood w. White Bolster & 3 Silver Rings
  • Steel Type: White Steel
  • Style: Sakimaru
  • Classification: Mizu-Honyaki
  • Cover: No
  • Handmade details:★★★★
  • Condition: New