INOX Molybdenum Stainless Yanagiba Nanairo PC Handles No.14 Ebony Retro Wood Grain
This model is made of INOX Molybdenum Stainless Steel for Basic Professional use, containing Chrome Molybdenum from Aoki Hamono Co.,Ltd.
===INOX Nanairo Series===
Just like "rainbow" in English, "nanairo" is a Japanese term describing a multitude of colors, making it the perfect name for this new , colorful line of traditional Japanese knives. Born out of a collaboration between Sakai knife makers and masters of traditional Echizen lacqureware, these beautiful and hygienic knives are waterproof and durable to a degree unattainable with wooden handles.
The Nanairo handles are injection molded from ABS and finished in a wide variety of different designs, all with a sense of traditional Japanese beauty. Taking up a Nanairo knife in your hands, it will feel well balanced, pleasantly warm to the touch and overall similar to one with a standard wooden handle. The blade are made from stainless, high performance molybdenum steel and are ground and sharpened by the craftsmen of Sakai. Their excellent geometry and sharpness make them suitable for demanding professional use. Available in 14 designs and 4 blade lengths from 210 to 300 mm ( 30 mm increments) for a total of 56 combinations.
ABS Resin with added weight for best balance, vivid designs applied using traditional Echizen lacquerware techniques, lacquer with added antibacterial agent to help inhibit bacterial growth on handle surface.
Main photo images show 240 mm's.
|Brand||Sakai Takayuki 堺孝行|
|Series||Nanairo (14 Colors Variation)|
|Handle Design||No. 14 : Ebony Retro Wood Grain|
|Blade type||Yanagiba(Sashimi Knife)/ Single bevel for Right Handed|
|Blade material||Molybdenum Stainless Steel|
|Blade Length||14503: 210 mm/8.3"
14517: 240 mm/9.4"
14531: 270 mm/10.6"
14545: 300 mm/11.8"
|Handle||Wood Grain Pattern Japanese Style Lacqured Resin Handle
(Heat Resistant up to 90 ℃) *Color shade or pattern may slighly vary, dependning on production lot.
Definition of Blade Length:the Length from top edge of the blade(tip) to Root of the steel(Machi),not top edge of the blade(tip) to the end(Ago).