Easy-to-sharpen edge that maintains its sharpness.
1. Sharpening width
3. Blade edge shape
Wide sharpening width and smooth mirror-finish
Smooth and shiny edge
The thin blade cuts effortlessly to the end with little resistance
The blade comes out smoothly
There are no edges so the blade is easy to sharpen
The hamaguri shape maintains its sharpness
Narrow sharpening width and coarse finish
Thick blade requires effort and has greater resistance
The edgy blade takes more time to sharpen
The blade becomes dull easily
Sharpness that keeps the food fresh
The thin mirror-finish edge has little resistance against food and enables effortless cutting, giving you a stress-free food preparation experience. Slippery tomato skin and chicken skin can be cut neatly, and the food will have a clean cut surface.