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Tojiro Shirogami Steel Takobiki Knife

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Product Information

  • Brand:Tojiro
  • Model:F-912 / F-913 / F-914 / F-915
  • Material:Blade: Shirogami® carbon steel #2 (Core layer), Soft iron (Outside layer), Bolster: Plastic, Handle: Natural wood (Magnolia obovata)
  • Blade hardness:HRC 60
  • Product type:Takobiki Knives
  • Country of origin:Japan (Tsubame, Niigata)
  • 240mm (F-912):Dimensions (approx): Overall length: 375 mm (Blade length 240 mm), Item weight (approx): 110 g, Shipping weight (approx): 210 g
  • 270mm (F-913):Dimensions (approx): Overall length: 410 mm (Blade length 270 mm), Item weight (approx): 130 g, Shipping weight (approx): 230 g
  • 300mm (F-914):Dimensions (approx): Overall length: 445 mm (Blade length 300 mm), Item weight (approx): 140 g, Shipping weight (approx): 240 g
  • 330mm (F-915):Dimensions (approx): Overall length: 480 mm (Blade length 330 mm), Item weight (approx): 160 g, Shipping weight (approx): 260 g

Key Features

  • Available in 4 sizes.
  • Single edged blade.
  • Reactive carbon steel knife.
  • Takobiki knife is longer and thinner than a Yanagiba knife and is used to slice boneless fish fillets into sashimi, especially in Kanto (Tokyo) region.
  • Shirogami steel which means white paper steel is produced using its iron sands of Yasugi by Hitachi Metals Yasugi Works in Shimane Prefecture, Japan.

Use & Care

  • Hand wash.
  • Keep it dry.
  • It will rust or disColor if not washed and dried carefully after use.

Background

Tojiro Co Ltd was founded as Fujitora Farm Equipment by Mr Torao Fujita in 1953 in Tsubame, Niigata Prefecture, Japan. The company was renamed to Fujitora Industry Co Ltd in 1964, and to Tojiro Co Ltd in 2015.

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