Satake

Satake wabocho Megumi Bunka Chef

$48 USD
Satake

Satake wabocho Megumi Bunka Chef

$48 USD

Satake Megumi Bunka Chef 20 cm knife in a wooden box

The most versatile kitchen knife, designed to cut vegetables, fruits, meat and fish. It is perfect as a gift for any kitchen lover. Because it has a sharp tip, if necessary, it can also be used to separate meat from bones, chicken portions or smaller fish fillets. The optimal length blade allows you to cut larger planes and guarantees total control over the knife. A good quality chef's knife is an indispensable tool in the arsenal of every cook.

Technical data:

Blade - 420J2 steel

Mango - magnolia wood plastic ring

Hardness - 56 HRC +/- 1

Total length - 32.9 cm

Sheet length - 20 cm

Sheet width - 4.4 cm

Sheet thickness - 1.7 mm

Sharpening method - double-sided symmetrical cut

Weight - approx. 120 g

The Megumi Classic series is an excellent introduction to the world of traditional Japanese knives. The solid blades are made of 420J2 stainless steel with a hardness of 56 HRC +/- 1, which is extremely resistant to corrosion and easy to sharpen. The classic round handles of light and natural wood are reinforced with a durable plastic ring, which effectively prevents the blade from sliding. Megumi means "blessing" in Japanese, because the knives in this series are perfect as a first step on the long road to learn the secrets of Japanese cuisine.

Satake offers a wide selection of durable and easy-to-use knives, which are completely manufactured in Japan. Satake Cutlery Mfg. Co., Ltd. has been dedicated to the production of high quality products at affordable prices since 1947. The company has a well-equipped production plant in the city of Seki, which is world famous as the capital of Japanese knife making, and modern industry coexists there with traditional blacksmithing. Thanks to the unique combination of innovative technologies and artisanal technology, robust tools are created that maintain durability during hard work.

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