Yoshihiro Stainless Clad Nashiji Ginsan High Carbon Stain Resistant Steel Petty Utility Knife

Product Code: TGIPE135
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*Recommended to purchase with Custom-Cut Saya Knife Cover Sheath
Ginsan-Ko steel is forged by our master artisans to create traditional Japanese knives of the highest quality that can provide peace of mind in high paced work environment. It uses traditional methods of craftsmanship blended with modern metallurgy. It is a breakthrough in the incorporation of high carbon steel and stain resistant metallic elements.
Our Nashiji Stainless Clad Ginsan series is exceptionally forged with stainless steel cladding to create a Nashiji finish and provides for a characteristic look and a rustic aesthetic to the blade. This knife is complimented with a handcrafted Black-Blue Pakkawood full-tang handle and secured with 3 stainless steel rivets for a durable yet comfortable grip. An optional Saya is recommended to purchase with this knife and is brush coated with non-toxic lacquer coating made from organic tree saps in Japan. A favorite among chefs in need of a high performance knife that delivers over long hours without the hassle of dulling or staining.

Sometimes called a utility knife, the Petty is a smaller version of a chefs knife but is bigger than a Paring knife. The Petty fits in small places that require more dexterity than bigger chefs knives while handling bigger jobs than a Paring knife can take care of. The Petty will soon become the go-to knife in your kitchen.
The difference will be felt right away when a hand-forged Japanese Petty knife of incomparable sharpness is used for smaller precision tasks such as peeling, trimming, and slicing small fruits and vegetables to handling bigger tasks as a small chefs knife. A razor sharp Petty knife can intricately carve and style vegetables and fruits for beautiful presentations and garnishes, performing just as well for bigger jobs such as preparing meals.

Hand wash with mild cleanser; Handmade by skilled tradesmen in Japan.


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