This Japanese knife trio is a complete set to cover all the essential preparation in a Japanese kitchen. This trio has a smooth finish and is great for precision slicing and chopping. It is not only built to last, but it has a sleek and elegant design to make for a beautiful gift.
The set includes:
- Sashimi - the extra-long blade of this knife is designed for slicing sashimi in a single cut. This eliminates the need for a sawing motion and protects the delicate nature of the fish - the secret to achieving refined sashimi.
- Gyuto - a wonderfully versatile knife for slicing and chopping meat, fish and vegetables. The smooth blade tapers to a sharp point - perfect for cutting through leafy vegetables and herbs or scoring fish before cooking.
- Nakiri - a flat, almost clever-like blade ideal for chopping larger vegetables like cabbage or potatoes. The indentations at the top of the blade prevent food from sticking to the knife to make everyday kitchen tasks smooth and efficient.
This Japanese Knife Trio is made in Seki City, Japan. Seki City is well known for the knife making craft, and is often referred to as the knife capital of the world. Nowadays, cities across the world fight for the title, however Seki City is still the champion for any Japanese knives, with the tradition dating back almost 800 years.
Do not use the knives on any bones, as this may damage the blades. For culinary use only. Clean as soon as possible after use and dry immediately. Not dishwasher safe. Store in a clean, dry place.
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