A premium quality knife, Kiya's No.333 Petit 150mm makes an excellent addition to your kitchen knife block. Made in Japan, this handsome appliance has a remarkably sharp edge, granting clean and effortless cuts. Its sharp edge extends the entire length of the blade body, tapering to a fine point tip that creates an excellent puncture point. The blade body is full-tang, extending throughout the entire length of the handle, while sleek ebony wood scales firmly encase the blade, locking it together with steel bolsters. Seated in your hand, it is comfortable, light, and balanced at the hilt, offering your most convenient experience yet. Add this piece to your personal collection, and be the proud owner of a tool that you can rely on.
Blade length: 5.91 inches (150 mm)
Total length: 10.24 inches (260 mm)
Made in Japan
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