You can peel fruits easily. Your cooking will go through a dramatic change!
This is a Petty knife. It is made of Alloy Steel. The shape resembles Gyuto but smaller. Often used for peeling fruits or to perform small intricate work. It is a double bevel knife utilized by Japanese chefs.
When I started working at this new restaurant, I was fortunate to receive one of these knives from the head chef. Aritsugu knives are very popular and I found that they are easy to use and cut very well.Obviously good for cutting fish used in traditional Japanese food, cutting meat, fruit, bread, bell peppers and vegetables, I'm able to maintain the full flavor of the ingredients with a beautiful presentation.I'm so grateful that I received such a high quality knife from the head chef.From the head chef's encouragement, I will do my best! (From Spain)
|Content||One knife, sharpening manual paper and Saya case (scabbard)|
|Type||A Japanese Petty|
Black water buffalo-horn bolster
Approx 340 mm (13.38")
Approx 180 mm (7.08")
Approx 30 mm (1.18")
Approx 1 mm (0.03")
Approx 80 g (2.82 oz)
(Hardness Rockwell C scale)
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.
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