SEKI MAGOROKU, the traditional Japanese knives, since centuries are manufactured in similar shape.
On top some European types of blades have been added as well.
This series bribes through its bright polished blade made of top quality steel with 58 +/- 1 HRC hardness and through the finest polished grinding which provides the series with a high cutting performance. RED WOOD: The traditionally chestnut shaped handle is made of Red-Wood.
This hardwood is highly oil containing by nature and therefore water resistant. The correct name for this Japanese model is Usuba; It is characterized by the asymmetric bevelling suitable for right-handed.
Blade: Stainless Steel 58HRC MV
Lama origin: Japan
Handle: Red Wood, wood very hard and resistant to water and black polypropylene
Blade Length: 190mm (the sharp is about 17cm)
Overall Length: 320mm
Blade Thickness: 2.8 mm
Handle Length: 135mm
* Not dishwasher safe
|Country of production||Japan|
|Stainless Steel||Daido 1K6|
|Materials and Finishes||7,5|