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1 X Sekizo Yanagiba Sashimi Knife 240mm #F741
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- Blade Length: 8-1/8 in & Overall Length: 14 in
- Sashimi -- Slicing: Slicing raw fish
- Made in Japan
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Use: In the few days I have had it I have cut tuna for sashimi, sliced vegetables and even prepared cantaloupe cubes. The knife has been flawless . I also removed the fat from a beef rib roast and it did the job admirably.
Sharpening: The knife arrived adequately sharp but with a rough edge. As it is single bevel it requires a different technique from normal Japanese (or other) knives. The classical method with whetstones is time consuming and technically challenging for me so I reverted to my Edgepro. The beveled edge appears to be about 10 degrees and I started there and checked with a Sharpie. I adjusted slightly higher, maybe 12 degrees and worked with 1000 grit stone and 2000 and 3000 polishing clothes. The result was a much smoother edge that will easily shave. I now touch up with a ceramic hone at low angle and a leather strop with .5 micron diamond spray.
This is not a Shun but for the limited times it is used appears to be a very workmanlike tool. The balance is fine and the blade cuts straight. It actually is well finished and not an embarrassment to show to guests. I can certainly suggest it for someone looking for a good knife at a very reasonable price.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is a decent beginners knife. If you are an experienced sushi chef, this isn't for you. The blade needs constant attention and it is very light-too light for me but maybe nice... Read morePublished 1 month ago by baldrobguy
Kind of cheaply made but for the price, it is good. I use this knife only when making sushi. If you are a novice, you probably want a better one.Published 1 month ago by Terriprud
Great knife. You better watch out when working with it because it is very , very sharp.Published 2 months ago by Yelena
The product I received, only one side has blade. The other side is just flat. Very unsatisfiedPublished 2 months ago by zonda
Pros: Decent steel. Good value
Cons: Did not come well sharpened, micro bevel
Bought this knife knowing about the micro bevel with the intention to grind it out and... Read more
I Doubt is made in Japan. Blade says Sanless Steel (not Stainless). Wish i knew that it says in japanese.
Japan or not, it's a very nice knife to have for $10. Read more