Yoshihiro Artisan Hand Engraved Unagi Nobori Climbing Eel Aonamiuchi Usuba 210mm Japanese Vegetable Chef Knife Octagonal Yew Handle

Product Code: AOUSEDUN210YH
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This knife is part of a limited edition that hand-crafted with extraordinary skill by our master artisans. Aoko Blue Steel #1 with a hardness on the Rockwell scale of 64, is intricately forged with iron to create beautiful wave like patterns. It takes a very high degree of skill to create knives of exceptional performance with such exquisite beauty. Namiuchi means wave forged, and our master artisans blend aesthetics with the highest quality materials and and craftsmanship.

The Edo Usuba is reminiscent of a small cleaver and has a blunt tip that comes in handy for such things as cutting the eye out of a potato. The Usuba is hefty enough to chop through heavy root vegetables with a blade that can thinly slice delicate tomatoes. Our handmade Yoshihiro Aonamiuchi Blue Steel knives are crafted with extraordinary skill by our master artisans. Aoko Blue Steel #1 with a hardness on the Rockwell scale of 64, is intricately forged with iron to create beautiful wave like patterns. It takes a very high degree of skill to create knives of exceptional performance with such exquisite beauty. Namiuchi means wave forged, and our master artisans blend aesthetics with the highest quality materials and and craftsmanship.

Our Yoshihiro Aonamiuchi Blue Steel knives are complimented with a traditional Japanese style handcrafted Yew tree wooden handle affixed with a Water Buffalo horn bolster, and a protective wooden sheath called a Saya is included, which protects the knife and adds to its appearance when not in use. One of the most sought after of knives and fast becoming a new essential companion to the popular chefs knife is the traditional Japanese vegetable knife known as the Edo Usuba. These special limited edition knives are hand engraved with different images by Sakai artisan. Unagi Nobori is a Japanese expression that describes something that becomes rapidly favorable or skyrockets. It is often used in the context of a rapidly rising popularity or worth of a product or stock. The expression comes from an image of eel climbing upstream as an adult to reach breeding grounds. The vigor in which they climb and the difficulty to control and catch them due to their slippery skin is what gives the expression meaning.

HRC 64 Handle Material Yew
Grade Artisan Engraved Aonamiuchi Bolster Material Water Buffalo Horn (color varies)
Stain Resistant No Handle Shape Octagonal
Blade Material Blue Steel #1 Saya Cover Magnolia
Edge Angle Single Edged

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