• Hatsu - Kokoro means innocent spirit. A very important wholesaler from Amagasaki city in Hyogo prefecture cooperating with some of the best craftsmen in Japan. The Hatsukokoro brand is their house brand, crafted from undisclosed but some of the most experienced blacksmiths. The Inazuma (means “lightning”) line, is fully hand made of Aogami Super core steel, heat treated to a 63-64 HRC hardness. Features a beautiful pattern that combines light Kurouchi, hammered and Damascus patterns. One of the best looking knives we have seen! It is very thin and razor sharp. A multi-purpose knife and similar to Nakiri with usually a slightly different nose shape and shorter profile. Recommended mainly for push cut, slice and chopping cutting techniques. The Bunka was developed as an evolution to Nakiri with a more pointed nose for more delicate cuts.
  • Hatsu - Kokoro means innocent spirit. A very important wholesaler from Amagasaki city in Hyogo prefecture cooperating with some of the best craftsmen in Japan. The Hatsukokoro brand is their house brand, crafted from undisclosed but some of the most experienced blacksmiths. The Inazuma line (means lightning) is an amazing line made of Aogami Super steel and finished with a combination of Nashiji / Hammered / Damascus / Polished beautiful looks. Crazy sharp out of the box, these are really unique knives of real value for money. Fitted with a beautiful octagonal Wenge wood handle. Meaning “Beef knife” in Japanese, the Gyuto the most common and basic of all knives, is the Japanese version of the classic Western Chef’s knife. It is a knife that is used as a multi-purpose knife, suitable for a wide range of tasks and with a variety of different cutting techniques. Is shaped for cutting the vast majority of meats, fishes, vegetables and fruits. Can be used with almost all different cutting techniques

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