Shikisai Miyako Japanese chopping knife traditional damascus blade

Shikisai Miyako Damascus Japanese Deba knife traditional damascus blade 165mm, With Ogg Sharpening edge



An absolute faultless range of knives from Shizu Homono in Seki, Japan. The finish and fitup work on these knives is incredible. The D shaped handle fits beautifully in your hand even with a variety of grips. This Deba or ‘chopping knife’ is a much heavier version of the equivalent Santoku knife. Weighing in at 210grams and 2.8mm width spine and still holding a 2.0mm width only 10mm from the edge.The Santoku 165mm is half these dimensions and the weight is 165grams. Ogg Sharpening can customise this knife with its edge and make it a heavier Santoku or adjust and use the thickness and make a more robust chopper. This is a brilliant and versatile knife and is a popular choice, but if used as a cleaver or an axe you will bring harm to your new addition. The 33 layers and the Aus 8 core hovering around the 60 Rockwell hardness, gives the Miyako range of knives a highly durable edge with the beautility to match.It has a sintered stainless bolster and stainless end cap also that contrasts this stylish handle. The consistency of the forging process, has allowed these knives to take a remarkable edge and hold it as well.
Weight—-210 Grams
Blade Spine—2.8mm
Blade Length—165mm
Blade width—-49mm at its Widest
Blade Steel—33 layer Damascus AUS 8 Core
Blade Hardness—59 Rockwell C
Blade Profile—Still 2.4mm When 16mm From Edge
Handle—–Laminated Wood
Company—-Shizu Homono
Manufacture—-Made In Japan