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Masahiro MV-P Molybdenum Vanadium Stainless Steel Santoku Knife

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Product Information

  • Brand:Masahiro
  • Model:13923
  • Material:Blade: Molybdenum vanadium stainless steel(MBS-26), Handle: Elastomer resin(contains antibacterial agent)
  • Product type:Santoku Knife
  • Country of origin:Japan
  • Blade hardness:HRC 58-59
  • Dimensions (approx):Total length: 285 mm, Blade: 165 mm, Blade thickness: 2.0 mm
  • Item weight (approx):110 g
  • Shipping weight (approx):250 g

Key Features

  • MV-P series is a plastic handle version of MV knife series. It is the highest grade stainless steel knife, which is made of Masahiro's original stainless steel (MBS-26) with superior durability of sharpness and stong resistance to rust. It is a professional kitchen knife with assured practicability and durability.
  • Double edged blade.

Use & Care

  • Wash it well after each use and dry it thoroughly before storing.
  • If there is rust on the edge of the blade, please remove it by sharpening the blade with a whetstone.
  • Do not rub the edge of the blade with any cleansers that contain a polishing agent. Please carefully note that it will make the blade lose sharpness and the edge becomes dull.


Masahiro is a company located in Seki City of Gifu Prefecture, which is called as a town of blades, and manufactures and sells kitchen knives and machine blades. They carry out integrated production in Japan for almost all processes, from material selection to quenching and finishing blades. Their outstanding sharpness is created from the handicrafts of craftsmen who have been involved in making kitchen knives for many years.