Kiritsuke is a cross between two different Japanese chef's knives, the Gyutou, and the Yanagi. Made in line with ergonomic design, comfortable grip, and easy to use.
You want to slice a fish like a professional but can't get it right? The solution is to use a Kiritsuke knife!
This knife is a dream come true for any chef who often prepares fish. Although it takes some practice to work this knife smoothly, the results are definitely worth it.
Kiritsuke is a large Japanese knife designed for slicing the delicate meat of fish, poultry, soft vegetables, and fruits.
This remarkable knife is made of stainless steel and has a 23 cm long blade with a specific rectangular shape and a sharply beveled downward tip, and a wooden, ergonomically shaped handle.
The blade has small grooves on both sides which have two functions, both decorative and functional, preventing slices from sticking to its surface.
People love it because the knife is:
- Sharp like a razor
- Mirror polished with beautiful wooden handle
- Balanced and very comfortable
- Material: 7Cr15mov stainless steel
- Overall Length: 37cm
- Blade Length: 23cm
- Blade Height: 4.7cm
- Blade Thickness: 2.3mm
- Non-Slip Wooden Handle: 11.5cm
Recommendation: Because the handle is made of wood we suggest washing it manually. Due to the nature of its blade, it is not recommended to use this knife to cut hard foods such as bones or frozen food.