Heptagon-Wood Utility Knife


Japanese knives from Kanetsugu, the legendary Swordsmith in Seki started in the Teiwa period (1345-1349). The tradition and ancient technique have been passed down generations to generations for over 660 years. Mr. Mitsuyasu Kawamura, the current generation and owner of Kanetsugu developed knives that bring ancient Katana sharpness to modern Chef’s knives through tradition and high technology. We are now ready to deliver these amazingly sharp knives, and would like you to experience the real Katana sharpness.

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Product Description

This sophisticated knife with a wooden handle brings you a feeling of “Peace” and comfort in your kitchen. The handle is crafted into a heptagon shape, offering you a secure grip and balanced heft. 

The knife incorporates a “Hamaguri” shaped blade, originating from the Samurai sword, that let you cut effortlessly in a straight line. The detailed hammer-forged patterns on the blade reflect traditional bladesmithing techniques. The core of the blade is made out of high quality stainless steel called VG2 which is clad between the layers of SUS410, a stainless steel with low hardening characteristic helps to prevent the cracking of the metal.  Together, they build one of the most durable and long-lasting blades. Our special heat treating technique combined with sub-zero cooling at -70 degrees Celsius creates extremely durable, flexible, unbreakable blades with superior edge holding ability.

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