Tojiro MV 170mm deba
Tojiro MV 170mm deba
※ Tojiro Co. Ltd was founded as Fujitora Farm Equipment in 1953 in Tsubame, Niigata, Japan. It was in 2015 when the name was changed to "Tojiro Co., Ltd." Note that the Fujitora brand is developed only for the Japanese domestic market; Tojiro and Fujitora is basically one and the same company.
Tojiro (Fujitora) is known for its excellent value knives that even professional chefs use.
· · · · · · · · · · · · ·Brand/ maker: Tojiro
Location: Sanjo, Japan
Knife type: deba
Construction type: monosteel
Steel type: stainless
Steel: molybdenum vanadium
Total length: 312mm
Blade length: 170mm
Blade height at heel: 51.6mm
Spine thickness at heel: 3.5mm
Edge/bevel: single bevel
Handle: d-shaped magnolia
Hand orientation: right-handed
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For your reference, one knife is approximately 300g. A whetstone is around 1kg.
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Japanese kitchen knives requires some attention. It's crucial to pay attention to the following points.
• Always use the appropriate knife for the task.
• Refrain from moving the knife in a lateral direction while cutting. Use the thrust-cutting technique.
• Avoid bones and frozen food.
• Always use a wooden or rubbing cutting board. Avoid hard plastic, glass, or marble.
• Wash and dry the blade as soon as you're done with it especially carbon steel knives.
• Always wash your Japanese kitchen knife by hand. Never use a dishwasher.
• Use sharpening whetstones to sharpen or touch up your Japanese knife. In general, honing rods are not recommended as using these will cause damage to the edge. Honing rods are for western knives. Electric sharpeners and pull through sharpeners should never be used on Japanese kitchen knives.
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