Ikkanshi Tadatsuna Kawa Muki (peeling vegetable skin) Knife 105mm
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Ikkanshi Tadatsuna Kawa Muki (peeling vegetable skin) Knife 105mm White II Steel Blade
Awataguchi Ikkanshi Tadatsuna was originally started by the first Ikkanshi Tadatsuna who is a very famous Japanese sword blacksmith about 400 years ago, and the son of the second Ikkanshi Tadatsuna inherited the father works. Their swords are very famous unique beautiful ripple line on the blade, and their unique and beautiful metal-carving at the base part of the blade.
Japanese knife brand, Ikkanshi Tadatsuna is inherited their 400 years of Japanese sword making skills.
Awataguchi is one of seven Kyoto entrance. There is also very famous place for lots of well-known sword blacksmiths from 900 years ago. Ikkanshi Tadatsuna was started at Awataguchi, Kyoto. It is located on Sakai, Osaka where is also very famous as a blacksmith city since 1929.
This knife is called Kawa Muki which means peeling skin for vegetables. The knife is also very good for lots of small job to peel or curving or work into various fancy shapes vegetables and fruits. It has double bevel edges.
The blade is white II steel is on the middle of the blade and soft iron, Jigane are on the both outer sides of the blade which is called Sanmaiuchi in Japanese. It has water buffalo bolster with D shaped Magnolia handle. It is great for workers who peeling lots of vegetables all day long.
The length of the blade (from the tip to the machi): 4 1/4 inch (105mm) The total length of the knife: 8 ¾ inch (220mm) Knife weight is 1.6oz. The end part of the back width is 1.5mm (1/16 inch) wide.