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Misono Sharpening Stone 220 Grit with Base

Grit: 220 Grit

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Product Information

  • Brand:Misono
  • Model:T-1(220 Grit) / T-2(1000 Grit) / T-3(3000 Grit)
  • Material:Aluminum Oxide
  • Product type:Sharpening Stone
  • Country of origin:Japan
  • 220 Grit:Dimensions (approx): Stone size: 180 x 62 x H18 mm, Item weight (approx): 540 g, Shipping weight (approx): 720 g
  • 1000 Grit:Dimensions (approx): Stone size: 180 x 62 x H18 mm, Item weight (approx): 570 g, Shipping weight (approx): 750 g
  • 3000 Grit:Dimensions (approx): Stone size: 180 x 62 x H18 mm, Item weight (approx): 580 g, Shipping weight (approx): 770 g

Key Features

  • The #220 grit stone is suited for fixing the chipped blades. The #1000 grit stone is perfect for everyday maintenance. You can use the #3000 stone for extra sharp edges.
  • Comes with a working base.

Use & Care

  • Soak the stone to saturate it prior to use.
  • Splash some water on the stone as you sharpen the blades.
  • Make sure to use the stone on the flat, stable and non-slippery surface.
  • Wash it well with water after use. Air dry and store it away from the direct sunlight.
  • In case a part of the stone is chipped after a fall, for example, make sure to smooth out the chipped part so that the blade won't be damaged when sharpening with it.


MISONO CUTLERY CO., LTD. is a cutlery manufacturer located in the city of Seki, famous for 800 years of sword making tradition.