Mitsumoto Sakari 12-inch Japanese Honing Steel
Mitsumoto Sakari 12-inch Japanese Honing Steel
Mitsumoto Sakari 12-inch Japanese Honing Steel
Mitsumoto Sakari 12-inch Japanese Honing Steel
  • Mitsumoto Sakari 12-inch Japanese Honing Steel
  • Mitsumoto Sakari 12-inch Japanese Honing Steel
  • Mitsumoto Sakari 12-inch Japanese Honing Steel
  • Mitsumoto Sakari 12-inch Japanese Honing Steel

Mitsumoto Sakari 12-inch Japanese Honing Steel

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This honing steel is the solution to keeping your edge perfectly aligned and in peak form. Ensure optimal edge sharpness for safe and efficient cutting at any time.

Are you looking for a sharpening tool to keep your knives in impeccable shape?

We all know how frustrating and tiring it can be to prepare food with a dull knife. Not only is it often time-consuming, but it rips and squishes food, resulting in unaesthetic, sloppy-looking slices, but it can also be dangerous. 

With this Japanese 12-inch Sharpening Rod from Mitsumoto Sakari you can easily sharpen all your knives. The rod is made of the highest quality high carbon steel that is resistant to damage and scratches. This tool is not only an indispensable addition to your kitchen but also an effective sharpener that can be an ideal gift for all cooking enthusiasts.  

The rod has magnetic properties, so the blade glides smoothly on its surface and the filings do not scatter around, making the sharpening process even more efficient and mess-free.

Mitsumoto Sakari 12 inch honing steel has a protective bolster to separate your hands from the blade.

People love it because steel is:

  • Well balanced and comfortable to hold
  • Easy, safe, and efficient to use
  • Rust resistant

Specifications:

  • Overall Length: 44 cm
  • Rod Length: 30 cm
  • Rod Diameter: 13 mm
  • Weight: 400 g
  • Rockwell Hardness: up to 60HRC

The steel is magnetized, which means it'll hold on to any metal residue that might come off the knife.

Recommendation: Keep it clean and free of any metal residue by wiping it with a damp towel. To keep your knives sharp you need to use honing steel regularly.