Nakiri / Chukabocho (なきり)(Cleaver) knife with a double-edged blade and accompanying safety knife sheath.
Because of the straight blade, they are excellent for julienne, brunoise allumette cuts for vegetables. Also, a great tool for cutting into very hard-skinned produce like meat and bone.
Hand-forged and hardened the process involves quenching tempering and hammering, The quenching splash temperature is 780 degrees and the tempering is 180 degrees - 200 degrees, the finished result produces a knife that has a life span of anything from 15-20 years.
- A high carbon steel blade Gives a long-lasting sharp knife.
- The high heat quenching technique increases the durability and wear of the knife.
- Ideal for delicate vegetable work or heavy chopping.
- Full length: 33 cm
- Blade length: 18 cm
- Blade width: 10 cm (The widest point)
- Blade thickness: 4 mm
- Net weight: 435 g
Frequently Asked Questions
Standard Delivery (7-10 business days*)
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* Current delivery times are around 7-10 days but please be aware that we state our shipping and processing can be 7-15.
We also aim to ship our order in the fastest time possible. All order are also shipped during working hours Mon-Fri (not including bank holidays) Please allow longer shipping times during extreme busy periods i.e Christmas.
We are also not responsible for delays that are out of our hands or wrongly inputted addresses. Our shipping times are for major locations around the world - USA - UK - Europe, all other locations may have a slightly longer shipping time depending on the location.
Yes! Any unopened items can be returned to us within 30 days of delivery for a refund. Take a look at our Make A Returns for more information.
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We recommend using a whetstone to sharpen your knives. We have a range on our website and also have some articles on our blog, which talk you through the best way to look after and sharpen your knives, including recommended angles, etc
Knives should never go in the dishwasher. Dishwasher detergent is very abrasive, and along with the banging around that happens during a wash cycle, will take the sharp edge right off your knife. The high heat can also damage the handle or misshape it. Always wash knives by hand in the sink with dish soap and water and dry after.
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Very sharp knife (it can cut paper easily), very fast delivery Nice handmade knife, absolutely recommended.