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Mutsumi Hinoura Nakiri 165mm Shirogami Kurouchi Custom Japanese Knife

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£370

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Get this limited edition Mutsumi Hinoura 165mm Nakiri with Shirogami #2 steel core and stainless cladding with Kurouchi finish. It is ideal for both professional and home cooks. The straight blade allows you, to quickly cut through fruit and vegetables until the knife hits the cutting board.

– Blade set in beautiful stabilised premium-cut maple wood in octagonal shape
– Very responsive to sharpening stones

EAN Code 0727269540633 SKU: KI_KN_MHINOURA_NAK165 Categories: , Tags: ,

Product Description

About the Nakiri

This Nakiri knife allows for effortless vegetable chopping that professional chefs and home cooks can admire. Repetitive tasks are eliminated with this blade. The natural curve and depth allow you to effortlessly rock the blade when needed to cut through every vegetable in your path. And, the hollow blade doesn’t hold onto sliced foods like other knives. Instead, the sliced foods easily slide off of the blade into your dish.  The comfortable handle should make it easy to chop no matter what food you’re cutting through. Forged with a thinner blade, the knife is lighter than its counterparts and allows for a faster overall chopping action to be performed.

Timeless

After years of handcrafting knives, the Hinoura family has developed unique skills and knowledge, which have been passed from generation to generation. Hinoura’s unique bladesmithing techniques allow producing knives that will keep fine edges longer than any other knife on the market.

Mutsumi Hinoura knives have good distal tapers and wide kiriba style bevels, and really wonderful heat treatments. He has a lot of experience with hunting and outdoor knives, and their kitchen knives carry some of the same qualities of toughness. This limited edition Mutsumi Hinoura Petty 135mm with Shirogami #2 steel core and stainless cladding with Kurouchi finish was built to last. 

Craftsmanship

The Hinoura family are a well-known Japanese family of blacksmiths that have been making knives for over 120 years. Mutsumi Hinoura has been training and working with his father, master smith Tsukasa Hinoura, since 2001, in Sanjo. Each knife is unique as it has slightly different appearance and size because the blade is handcrafted and the handle is a stabilised natural maple wood in shades of blue and green. 

Maintenance

Shirogami #2 is very responsive to sharpening stones, taking an extremely fine, biting edge easily. With the soft iron cladding, Hinoura-san’s shirogami knives are wonderful to thin as well. Shirogami and iron are both reactive, keep these dry when not in use to avoid rust. Please remember that the core is not stainless and should be dried after use (check our maintenance tips here). It will develop a dark patina with normal use, but any orange rust should be removed with a light abrasive or sharpening.

Like most equipment, knives need a little love and care. You need to sharpen them regularly and depending on the type of steel, dry them immediately after use. These are 3 general rules you should follow:

      1. Don’t put your knife in a dishwasher, ever.
      2. Store your knives either on the magnetic knife stripknife stand, or sheathed in the utensil drawer.
      3. Don’t slide your knife, blade down, across the cutting board to clear away what you just chopped.

Also, check our full guide on how to properly maintain the knife and sharpen it.

Additional Information

Maker

Mutsumi Hinoura

HRC

Steel Type

Knife Handle

Blade Length

Knife Type

Waterproof

Yes

Free UK and International delivery for orders above £70 (UK) or £200 (Rest of the world).

If you’re not completely satisfied with your purchase for any reason, send it back within 45 days and we’ll give you a full refund. No questions asked.

1 review for Mutsumi Hinoura Nakiri 165mm Shirogami Kurouchi Custom Japanese Knife

  1. Jerry Jones-Miller

    Hinoura-san never dissapoints! Me and my wife enjoy every minute of using this masterpiece!

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