Santoku Bocho Okii, 7", with Wenge Handle
TAKAHIRO MIYAZAKI - Santoku Bocho Okii 7 inch -hand forged - with wenge handle The blade is hand forged from Japanese sword steel (blue paper steel). The ferrule is traditional blackened cast iron. The ergonomically shaped wenge handle fits perfectly in the hand and makes working with the extremely sharp blade a pleasure. An eye-catcher in the kitchen and a valuable work tool. "Total length [cm] 31.0 Blade length [cm] 18.0 Blade thickness [mm] 2,7 Handle length [cm] 13,0 Weight (without / with wooden box) [g] 189 /382"
Ferrous, (non-stainless steel) knives need to be oiled after use - as ferrous tools are subject to rust and/or oxidation. Included is a small bottle of Kurobara, 100% Pure Tsubaki Japanese Knife Maintenance Camellia Oil (also available on Amazon). Just a few drops after use will help with rust and keep your knife or scissors in heirloom condition. We highly discourage the use of bamboo cutting boards as they tend to damage the apex of the blade, dullling its sharpness over time. Bamboo is 19% harder than traditional maple, oak or teak, which makes it harder on your knives. The small grooves may catch your knife, interrupting a smooth cutting action. Using a hard-wood, end-grain cutting board will help keep the knife sharp for years to come. The Banshu Japanese Grip Scissors shouldn’t be used to cut paper as this will dull the scissor’s blade extremely fast.