Japanese Knife Trio

Description

The stunning Japanese knife trio lets you tackle all the main tasks required for making authentic Japanese meals. The set includes:

  • Small deba – a smaller version of the classic deba, this knife is ideal for filleting and slicing small fish. It’s also great for boning small joints of meat.
  • Santoku – a wonderfully versatile knife suited for slicing, chopping and mincing. This lightweight, all-purpose knife handles vegetables, meat and fish with equal ease.
  • Nakiri – the essential Japanese knife for chopping and slicing vegetables. Get wafer thin slices of daikon, or evenly sized carrot matchsticks.

The knives have a tsuchime, or ‘hammered’, finish. The dimples are not just beautiful; they also stop food from sticking to the sides of the knives.

The knives in the trio are made from high quality MV stainless steel. It is easy to sharpen, holds its edge for a long time, and has excellent resistance to corrosion. This makes it the ideal material for less-experienced knife users, or people who cannot devote the time needed to maintain carbon steel.

Do not use 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. Please note that the small deba knife is only textured on one side.

Made in Japan.

Only available for sale to over 18’s.

Delivery

Delivery Option Price
Hermes Economy ? £3.99
DHL Express ? £6.99 (or FREE for orders over £75)
DHL Signature Required ? £6.99 (or FREE for orders over £75)
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