Konosuke Sanjo SKD Kurouchi Nashiji Petty 150mm Burnt Chestnut Handle
Konosuke is one of the most exciting Japanese knife companies to watch out for their appetite to do things differently from the norm. The company is well regarded for its incredible attention to detail and performance when it comes to its products. If you are a lover of beautifully-made functional tools that have a unique design philosophy, join the fandom (and the waitlist..).
We at Tosho are extremely proud to be their partners, and look forward to the next shipment!
The Sanjo line features an amazingly thin edge (super high-performance) that makes you feeling like using a laser in the kitchen. Though with great power comes great responsibility; the Sanjo line is not for a user without the gentle technique that the thin edge demands (otherwise it can micro-chip easily). We say 'this knife requires utmost respect and care so it can perform the way it was meant to' to flabbergasted customers testing this knife at the shop. If you are ready to committ to the highest level of cutting performance, the Sanjo line from Konosuke is the one for you.
This finish is done for specially for Tosho, featuring almost all the possible textural and aesthetic additions, except for damascus, in one blade. The SKD12/A2 steel is one of our favourites for its ease of sharpening, edge holding, and its toothy quality.
A petty (utility) knife probably gets used most often after your all-purpose knives. It can be used to cut small fruits, vegetables, and even some smaller cuts of meats (any many many more things, like cutting through plastic wrapping from a grocery trip!) If you have one, for a quick meal for two, you may just get it done without a chef's knife.
Brand: Konosuke 幸之祐
Producing Area: Sanjo-Niigata/ Japan
Steel Type: Semi Stainless Steel
Steel: SKD-12 (A2), Soft Stainless Clad
Handle: Burnt Chestnut & Buffalo Horn Ferrule Half Octagonal
Total Length: 300mm
Edge Length: 155mm
Handle to Tip Length: 169mm
Blade Height: 32mm
Handle Length: 131mm
Hand Orientation: Ambidextrous
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