Small and delicate, this smaller deba knife by Itzutsuki is deceptively sturdy. Anything but delicate, the weighty carbon steel blade is designed to slice through fish expert precision. The single-edge 120mm is nimble enough to bone, fillet, and slice, but should not be used to scoop or hatchet.
Using traditional techniques and the highest-grade Yasuki Shirogami steel, this hammered blade is fitted onto a lightweight handle made with a combination of horn and magnolia wood. With influences drawn from European kitchens, the 225-year legacy of KIYA ensures that the highest level of Japanese authenticity and craftsmanship go into every blade they produce.
Blade length: 4.7 inches (120 mm)
Total length: 10 inches (255 mm)
Made in Japan
10-Year KIYA Limited Warranty. Packaged in gift box.
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