Japanese Chef's Knife ARITSUGU Kiritsuke White Steel Kitchen 270 mm 10.62" Engraved Name Saya case Scabbard

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Japanese knife Kiritsuke

You can cut and slice fish to make sushi and sashimi easily. Your cooking will go through a dramatic change!
This is a Kiritsuke (Multipurpose) knife. It is made not only stainless steels and ceramics, but also Shiroko (White steel #2). It is made of Japanese swords (Samurai Katana) technique for a long time, then it feature tough and sharpness. Kiritsuke has mainly been used in the Kanto region of Japan. Many use it in lieu of both Yanagiba and Usuba. While it is used as a general purpose knife, due to its straight edge it is also suitable to precisely cut a type of food used in some Japanese sweets called "nagasimono, yosemono", which is made of kanten or gelatin cured in a mold normally containing fruits or beans.

Customer review
I studied Japanese cuisine in Japan. Japanese food is both very appealing to the eye and very tasty. At first I was very impressed about Japanese food therefore decided to study.It is difficult to skillfully cut and prepare fish and sushi. Within the sushi chef network most of them use Aritsugu knives. To skillfully prepare Japanese food, both knowledge and technique are necessary. Above that, the quality of the knives and equipment used are very important. If I compare Aritsugu knives to others, it is certain that Aritsugu is superior. You are sure to finely cut each ingredient nicely. I wish to offer a nice food preparation therefore I wanted a quality knife to do so. So that is the reason why I purchased Aritsugu. I'm so happy. When I purchased the knife, I was offered to have my name in Katakana embedded on it. It was amazing to receive such unique service, rarely found with other companies. I'm very happy to know that the knife I own is one of its kind. From now I would like to promote Japanese food in my country, I wish to offer good tasting quality food using Aritsugu products. I'm very happy of my purchase! (From Russia)

Brand Tsukiji ARITSUGU
Content One knife, sharpening manual paper and Saya case (scabbard)
Type Special Kiritsuke (Multipurpose)

Fish, meat and vegetables

Edge angle

Single edge

Blade material

White steel (Shiroko #2)

Bolster material

Black water buffalo-horn bolster

Handle material


Total length

Approx 430 mm (16.92")

Blade length

Approx 270 mm (10.62")

Blade width

Approx 45 mm (1.77")

Black thickness

Approx 5 mm (0.19")


Approx 330 g (11.64 oz)

(Hardness Rockwell C scale)

How about having your name engraved on the blade? 
It is a free service. You can choose your name or something else you would like written on your Japanese knife. Please refer to #2 photo on the top page.You can have it done in English, Kanji or Katakana.The clients who ordered it were all very satisfied. Choosing to have your name engraved on a Japanese specialty knife would make it a quite unique.How about sending it as a wedding gift, birthday gift or when congratulating the opening of a new business?

This is ARITSUGU made of the best steel and by artisans with their high technique. It has been inherited technique making Japanese sword since 1560, and it is a top position as the knife maker in Japan even now. Their swords had very sharp edged, so they dedicated them to Japanese emperor. The steel are so sharpness and tough at the tip of a knife, but the stainless steels and ceramics aren't. When the chefs use ARITSUGU, they can cut any ingredients to bring out the flavor and they also have their imaginations and widen their idea more.That is the reason why the first-class chefs around the world love ARITSUGU. Of course you can use it as a household kitchen knife.

All our items are 100% authentic.
We are officially registered as legal business and we have to comply with all rules and regulations including tax requirements from the Japanese government.

Please note
Import duties, taxes and charges are not included in the item price or shipping charges. These charges are the buyer's responsibility.Please check with your country's customs office to determine what these additional costs will be prior to bidding or buying.Customs fees are normally charged by the shipping company or collected when you pick the item up. These fees are not additional shipping charges.We won't under-value merchandise or mark the item as a gift on customs forms. Doing that is against U.S. and international laws.

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