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Nakiri Knife: The Japanese Touch for Your Vegetarian Kitchen

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  1. Takeshi Saji - Nakiri Knife 170mm in corno di cervo - VG-10 a 32 strati - coltello cucina verdure

    Takeshi Saji was born in 1948 in Takefu (Fukui prefecture), a city located roughly in the center of Japan and in the heart of an area for centuries devoted to the production of blades. His workshop is still there, built around the oven thanks to which, for several years now, Takeshi Saji has been forging steel (especially damascus) with which he makes various models of traditional Japanese knives. The choice of materials for the finishes (mainly natural), the essential lines - evocative of use - and the chromatic combinations of rare impact make his creations unique and unmistakable in the panorama of world cutlery and, at home, they have earned him the prestigious title of Maestro.

    Intended use: vegetable knife
    Type of production: Artisan
    Production Lama: Japan
    Blade: Hand forged, laminated damascus with 32-layer VG10 steel edge
    Handle: in deer horn
    Blade length: 170mm.
    Blade thickness: 2.5mm.
    Total length: 300mm.
    Weight: 260g.
    Packaging: Cardboard box
    Notes: the knife is entirely handmade by Takeshi Saj

    Use and maintenance

    - Do not cut bones or frozen. The blade can chip or break.
    - Hand wash with warm water and towel dry.
    - Use stones for sharpening and maintenance of the blade.

    TS-NAK-H
    €483.61
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  2. Mcusta Zanmai - Beyond Nakiri vegetable knife 16,5cm - Aogami Super steel - ZBX-5008B - kitchen knife

    The BEYOND series is the line of top-of-the-range professional knives produced by the Japanese MCUSTA ZANMAI for the year 2020.

    The handles of the Beyond series are made of Hinoki wood and as per tradition have a decorative rivet with mosaic. The three-layer blade, with the two external stainless steel and the internal core in Aogami Super carbon (Super Blue Steel) is hardened to 62-63 HRC. Each knife is packaged in a wooden gift box with a bow.

    Production: Semi-artisanal
    Blade: 3-layer steel - stainless steel extrene plates, Aogami Super core (Super Blue carbon steel) 62-63 HRC
    Handle: Hinoki wood
    Blade length: 165 mm.
    Blade thickness: 2 mm.
    Total length: 315 mm
    Weight: 170g.
    Notes: not dishwasher safe
    Packaging: elegant wooden box

    Steel specifications:

    Aogami Super (Hitachi Metals Ltd.) is one of the best Japanese carbon. In addition to containing more carbon, chromium and tungsten than Blue Steel, it also includes molybdenum. It has excellent cutting ability and excellent thread retention. Aogami Super is also capable of achieving high hardness without being brittle. Many knife enthusiasts consider Aogami Super to be one of the best high carbon steels in the world.

    The city of Seki in Japan has been the center of producing the best Japanese blades since the mid-13th century. Natural choice thanks to its wealth of natural resources: sand, iron, coal and water, all important elements for the processing of blades. The techniques and skills of the ancient blacksmiths, handed down over the centuries, have currently been combined with modern technologies. The city of Seki still remains today the center of production of the best Japanese blades.

    Mcusta knives are made in Seki and are the pinnacle of this synthesis between Japanese artisan tradition and modern technology. Each knife is assembled by hand, finished and checked by the craftsmen of the Mcusta team. Mcusta knives are considered among the best in the world!

    Coltelleria Collini is the official distributor for Italy of MCUSTA Japanese knives

    ZBX-5008B
    €196.72
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  3. Zwilling - Miyabi 5000FC-D - Nakiri 180mm. 34685-171 - kitchen knife

    Production: Japan
    Blade: laminate with sharp steel FC61 to 61HRC and damask outer cheeks to 49 layers
    Cut: Symmetrical
    Construction: Forged
    Grip: micarta
    Blade length: 180mm.
    Recommended use: vegetables, sausages, meat, fish

    Notes: developed in collaboration with Chef Rokusaburo Michiba

    34685-171
    Special Price €163.11 Regular Price €204.10
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  4. Wusthof Germany - Classic - Nakiri Olivato 17cm - 1040132617 - kitchen knife

    The Japanese vegetable knife: extremely versatile and suitable for cutting, chopping and mincing. Its shape resembles that of a cleaver, but be careful not to confuse it with it, as a Nakiri knife is not suitable for difficult tasks (such as splitting bones). The very pointed and finely sharpened blade is primarily designed for the very fast and precise preparation of vegetables, herbs and fruit. The alveolar blade of the knife (the alveoli are slight depressions on the blade that allow the formation of small air pockets) ensure that the ingredients do not stick to the knife.

    Recommended use: Cut of vegetables - minced - beaten
    Blade length: 17cm

    THE CLASSIC SERIES

    The Handles: made of synthetic material and joined with a triple riveting ensure a perfect seal, excellent stability and guarantee dishwasher safe.
    The Blades: are obtained using the best steels and combining the most qualified elements (chromium 15% - carbon 0.5% - molybdenum - vanadium).
    The creation of a WUSTHOF forged knife requires the passage of about 40 processing cycles.

    Maintenance

    Proper maintenance prolongs the life of the knife, makes work easier and safer and reduces the consumption of the wire. Some advices:
    - Pay attention that the knives placed in the dishwasher collide with other objects; the blades could be damaged.
    - Knives guaranteed for dishwashers that are not immediately washed in the machine should be rinsed under the water tap to remove the remains of highly corrosive foods (fats, vinegar, fruit juices).
    - Make sure if the knives no longer cut perfectly, have them rectified or sharpened by professionals in the sector.

    The WUSTHOF knives sold by us are personally checked and further sharpened, in order to guarantee you the certainty of an excellent purchase.

    All Wusthof products we sell are indelibly silk-screened with the Coltelleria Collini logo (as shown in the image). This marking guarantees the buyer to have the certainty of quality, traceability, guarantee over the years and a future privileged assistance on the product purchased from Coltelleria Collini.

    1040132617
    €105.74
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  5. Global knives - GS83 - Nakiri Vegetable Knife 13cm - vegetable kitchen knife

    A knife developed primarily for cutting vegetables.

    Use: Vegetables
    Blade length: 13 Cm.
    Total Length: 24 Cm.

    Japanese GLOBAL knives are the favorite of Chefs in the most prestigious hotels and restaurants in the world. The first GLOBAL knife was designed in 1985 by Komin Yamada, who gave the knife he created a new and revolutionary design.

    The main features of GLOBAL knives are:
    - Lightness: GLOBAL was the first company in the world to make an empty steel knife in the handle. This feature allows you to reduce the weight of the knife by 30%.
    - Manageability: thanks to the lightness and anatomical shape of the handle, GLOBAL knives lend themselves to continuous and prolonged times of use, minimizing user fatigue.
    - Wire hold: GLOBAL knives are made using the best steels and the most modern manufacturing techniques. In the blades there is a high percentage of Molybdenum / Vanadium thanks to which the hardness of the steel reaches 56/58 Rockwell of hardness, consequently increasing the life of the wire.
    - Sturdiness: being the GLOBAL knives completely in steel (both the handle and the blade) they are practically indestructible.
    - Elegance

    Awards acquired by GLOBAL knives:
    1990 - Japanese Good Design by MITI
    1991 - Selected for International Design Year Book
    1992 - Selected as Best Cooks' Knife in Benelux
    1995 - Selected as Best Knife by WHICH Magazine in the UK
    1996 - Selected as Sharpest Knife by A LA CARTE Magazine in Germany

    All Global products marketed by us are indelibly screen-printed with the Collini Cutlery logo (as in the image). This marking guarantees the buyer to have certainty about the quality, traceability, guarantee over the years and future privileged assistance on the product purchased from the Collini Cutlery.

    GS83
    €63.11
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  6. Kai Japan - Seki Magoroku Redwood MGR-0165N - Nakiri knife 16.5cm - cooking knife

    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.

    Occupation: vegetable

    Blade: Stainless Steel 58HRC MV
    Lama origin: Japan
    Handle: Red Wood, wood very hard and resistant to water and black polypropylene
    Sheath: -
    Blade Length: 190mm (the sharp is about 17cm)
    Overall Length: 320mm
    Blade Thickness: 2.8 mm
    Handle Length: 135mm
    Weight: 212g

    * Not dishwasher safe

    MGR-0165N
    €73.77
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  7. Kai Japan - Seki Magoroku Composite - Nakiri 165mm - MGC-0428 - kitchen knife

    The innovative series Seki Magoroku Composite has 8 types of symmetrical blades. The blade, beautifully finished, the union of two different types of steel that create a fascinating contrast. The central part of the blade, polished, stainless steel is VG-MAX with a hardness of 61 ± 1 HRC, while the exterior is satin steel SUS420J2 to altissio chromium content.

    The production process of the blades Composite is based on a new technology used in aircraft construction and ensures a high resistance over that extreme precision. The two types of steel are joined together by one particular welding process to the copper, and the thin line of copper that remains visible between the two steels adds a further touch of elegance to the design.

    The grip is tapered in a light shade of pakkawood. The shape of the reason diagonally give these masterpieces lightness and movement.

    Lama: laminate, stainless steel VG-MAX to 61HRC and 420J2, welded copper center
    Handle: Wood Pakkawood clear
    Blade length: 165 mm.
    Blade thickness: 2.5 mm.
    Overall length: 285 mm.
    Weight: -
    Notes: not dishwasher safe

    MGC-0428
    €192.62
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  8. Global knives - GS5 - Nakiri Vegetable Knife 14cm - kitchen knife

    Knife specially designed for cutting vegetables.

    Use: Vegetable
    Blade length: 14 Cm.
    Total Length: 26 Cm.
    Weight: 115g.

    GLOBAL Japanese knives are the favorite of Chefs in the most prestigious hotels and restaurants in the world.
    The first GLOBAL knife was designed in 1985 by Komin Yamada, who gave the knife he created a new and revolutionary design.

    The main features of GLOBAL knives are:
    - Lightness: GLOBAL was the first company in the world to make an empty steel knife in the handle. This feature allows you to reduce the weight of the knife by 30%.
    - Manageability: thanks to the lightness and anatomical shape of the handle, GLOBAL knives lend themselves to continuous and prolonged times of use, minimizing user fatigue.
    - Wire hold: GLOBAL knives are made using the best steels and the most modern manufacturing techniques. In the blades there is a high percentage of Molybdenum / Vanadium thanks to which the hardness of the steel reaches 56/58 Rockwell of hardness, consequently increasing the life of the wire.
    - Sturdiness: being the GLOBAL knives completely in steel (both the handle and the blade) they are practically indestructible.
    - Elegance
    Awards acquired by GLOBAL knives:

    1990 - Japanese Good Design by MITI
    1991 - Selected for International Design Year Book
    1992 - Selected as Best Cooks' Knife in Benelux
    1995 - Selected as Best Knife by WHICH Magazine in the UK
    1996 - Selected as Sharpest Knife by A LA CARTE Magazine in Germany

    All Global products marketed by us are indelibly screen-printed with the Collini Cutlery logo (as in the image). This marking guarantees the buyer to have certainty about the quality, traceability, guarantee over the years and future privileged assistance on the product purchased from the Collini Cutlery.

    gs5
    €67.62
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  9. Global knives - GS91 - Nakiri Vegetable Knife Fluted 14cm - kitchen knife - ex. GS39

    A knife developed primarily for cutting vegetables.

    Use: Vegetables
    Blade length: 14.5 cm.
    Total Length: 26 Cm.
    Weight: 118g.

    Japanese GLOBAL knives are the favorite of Chefs in the most prestigious hotels and restaurants in the world. The first GLOBAL knife was designed in 1985 by Komin Yamada, who gave the knife he created a new and revolutionary design.

    The main features of GLOBAL knives are:
    - Lightness: GLOBAL was the first company in the world to make an empty steel knife in the handle. This feature allows you to reduce the weight of the knife by 30%.
    - Manageability: thanks to the lightness and anatomical shape of the handle, GLOBAL knives lend themselves to continuous and prolonged times of use, minimizing user fatigue.
    - Wire hold: GLOBAL knives are made using the best steels and the most modern manufacturing techniques. In the blades there is a high percentage of Molybdenum / Vanadium thanks to which the hardness of the steel reaches 56/58 Rockwell of hardness, consequently increasing the life of the wire.
    - Sturdiness: being the GLOBAL knives completely in steel (both the handle and the blade) they are practically indestructible.
    - Elegance

    Awards acquired by GLOBAL knives:
    1990 - Japanese Good Design by MITI
    1991 - Selected for International Design Year Book
    1992 - Selected as Best Cooks' Knife in Benelux
    1995 - Selected as Best Knife by WHICH Magazine in the UK
    1996 - Selected as Sharpest Knife by A LA CARTE Magazine in Germany

    All Global products marketed by us are indelibly screen-printed with the Collini Cutlery logo (as in the image). This marking guarantees the buyer to have certainty about the quality, traceability, guarantee over the years and future privileged assistance on the product purchased from the Collini Cutlery.

    gs91
    €75.57
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  10. Kai Japan - Shun DM-0728 - Nakiri Knife 165mm - kitchen knives

    Shun Classic is one of the flagship lines of the Kai Group (which currently also includes the Kershaw and Zero Tolerance brands), a famous Japanese manufacturer of knives and razors since the early 1900s. This is a series of knives and kitchen accessories suitable for professionals and enthusiasts.

    The blades are made of rolled steel consisting of an inner layer of VG-10 stainless steel and two outer cheeks of 32-layer damask. The result is excellent cutting capacity combined with excellent edge retention and good flexibility, which is also guaranteed by the differentiated tempering.

    Today, these knives represent the pinnacle of Japanese culinary technology. The quality does not stop with the steel used, however, but continues with the care of the workmanship (sharpening in particular) and the materials used, such as the splendid Pakkawood used for the handles.

    Blade: 32-layer Damascus laminate and VG-10 stainless steel
    Handle: Black Pakkawood
    Blade length: 165 mm
    Blade thickness: 2.5 mm.
    Total length: 300 mm.
    Weight: 230 g.
    Notes: not dishwasher safe

    DM-0728
    €159.84
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  11. Kai Japan - Wasabi 6716N - Nakiri Knife 165mm - kitchen knife

    The Wasabi series by Kai is the entry level line offered by the Kai Group (which currently also includes the Kershaw and Zero Tolerance brands), a famous Japanese manufacturer of knives and razors since the early 1900s. It is a series of knives and kitchen accessories suitable for professionals and enthusiasts that stands out for its excellent price/quality ratio. It offers stainless steel blades and ergonomic polypropylene handles with added Bamboo powder that are heat resistant up to 100°C and therefore dishwasher safe.

    Kai Japan - Wasabi - Nakiri 165mm.

    Blade: M.V. Stainless Steel, polished steel
    Handle: combination of bamboo powder and black polypropylene - Heat-resistant up to 100°C
    Blade length: 165 mm.
    Blade thickness: 3 mm.
    Total length: 300 mm.
    Weight: 170 g.
    Notes: dishwasher-safe, however we recommend hand washing as this will better preserve materials and finish over time

    6716N
    €40.16
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  12. Sanelli - Nakiri 18cm. - 3836.18 - coltello cucina

    La linea Premana Professional delle Coltellerie Sanelli è stata realizzata analizzando e risolvendo, in ogni minimo dettaglio, i problemi che si presentano al professionista, al privato o all'appassionato più attento che usa quotidianamente questi strumenti di lavoro.

    Uso: Verdure

    Tipologia Giapponese della Lama: Nakiri

    Lama: Acciaio chirurgico 54-56 HRC

    Impugnatura: Polimeri sterilizzabili anticorrosione

    Lunghezza lama: 180 mm.

    Lunghezza totale: 315 mm.

    Max Altezza lama: 55 mm.

    Peso: 222 g.

    s383618
    €30.74
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  13. Sandrin knives - Nakiri Kitchen Knife - Tungsten Carbide Blade - 18 cm - knife

    With the Sandrin knives brand, Turmond manufactures the blades of its knives using tungsten carbide which, through a sophisticated manufacturing process, reach the extraordinary hardness of 71 HRC, while maintaining at the same time a high torsion capacity and resilience.

    Thanks to its straight cutting surface, the Nakiri model is ideal for vegetables and raw fish and is used by sushi chefs all over the world.

    This handy kitchen knife, with a Sandrin patented tungsten carbide blade with StaySharp Technology ™, keeps a clean and sharp edge longer than traditional steel blades.

    Intended use: kitchen utility

    Total length: 280mm
    Blade length: 180mm
    Blade thickness: 0.91mm
    Blade material: hardness 71 HRC polyhedral tungsten carbide
    Handle material: polymer
    Black colour
    Weight: 134 grams
    Country of production: Italy

    SK-NAKIRI
    €187.70
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  14. Zwilling - Miyabi Hibana 800DP - Nakiri 170mm. 54485-171 - kitchen knife

    Recommended use: vegetables

    Country of production: Japan
    Blade structure: sanmai with 49-layer external damask
    Cutting steel: stainless steel, Sandvik FC61
    Type of sharpening: Honbazuke, symmetrical
    Blade finish: Passive etching
    Blade length: 170mm.
    Construction: Forged
    Handle: in Nylon, triple rivet, with brass spacers
    Maintenance: hand wash only

    54485-171
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  15. Kyocera - Ceramic White Kyo Fine - Nakiri 15cm - FK - 150 ceramic knife

    Uso: carne e verdure

    Lama: ceramica ISHI BA bianca
    Impugnatura: Polimeri sterilizzabili anticorrosione
    Lunghezza lama: 150 mm.
    Lunghezza totale: 280 mm.
    Peso: 200 g.

     Vincitore del prestigioso ed internazionale Good Design Award 2001 per l'originalità e la funzionalità del suo design.

    Qualità made in Japan dal 1984

    Con i coltelli in ceramica Kyocera cucinare diventa puro piacere. Le loro speciali caratteristiche:

    - lama in ceramica di zirconia ultra-tagliente, molata a mano
    - lama estremamente robusta e resistente alla corrosione
    - materiale high-tech con ottima tenuta del filo all'usura
    - assoluta precisione di taglio grazie alla superficie liscia e compatta della lama
    - massima leggerezza ed estrema praticità grazie al manico ergonomico

    I dieci segreti di Ishi-Ba:

    * non trasporta gusti ed odori
    * è di materiale inerte
    * non provoca reazioni chimiche con gli alimenti
    * evita sapori sgradevoli di metallo
    * non arrugginisce
    * non si deteriora
    * non ha parti ossidabili
    * è facile da lavare, basta sciacquarlo
    * è leggerissimo e maneggevole
    * rimane perfettamente affilato, anche per anni

    L'origine della gestione del Gruppo Kyocera è la filosofia di Kyocera, una filosofia di vita basata sulle esperienze della vita reale e sulle regole empiriche di Kazuo Inamori, fondatore e presidente emerito di Kyocera Corporation. Con la domanda "Qual è la cosa giusta da fare come essere umano?" come criterio principale, la filosofia di Kyocera descrive il significato dell'impegno per una gestione corretta e dell'agire in conformità con i valori umani etici e morali e le norme sociali fondamentali. 

    PRIMA DI UTILIZZARE IL COLTELLO LEGGA ATTENTAMENTE QUESTE ISTRUZIONI E LE CONSERVI

    Questo coltello funzionerà per vari anni senza nessun problema se:
    • Lo toglie dal supporto per coltelli o dal cassetto
    • Lo utilizza per tagli diritti da eseguire su tagliere
    • Lo lava e l'asciuga
    • Lo rimette nel supporto per coltelli o nel cassetto dopo averlo utilizzato

    USO
    Ideale per tagliare frutta, verdure e carni senza osso
    Il termine verdure e frutta è generic: non si possono elencare tutti i tipi di frutta o verdura sconsigliati,ma è tassativamente sconsigliato l’utilizzo su frutta e verdura dutra (zucca, noci di cocco, ecc, )
    Utilizzi sempre un tagliere di plastica o legno; eviti di tagliare su marmo, pietra, piatti o piastrelle Per trinciare, separare e disossare, così come per tagliare alimenti duri, congelati, pane con crosta e formaggi, utilizzi sempre i suoi coltelli tradizionali in acciaio. Questi tipi di taglio richiedono flessione e torsione e, per questo motivo, conviene utilizzare un materiale più flessibile rispetto alla ceramica.
    Per la sua protezione, la punta e la base della lama non sono affilate

    PULIZIA
    Lavare a mano con acqua e detersivo per piatti.
    I coltelli in ceramica Kyocera con manico in plastica possono essere messi in lavastoviglie. Vanno riposti nel vano dedicato a mestoli e piccoli accessori nel cestello superiore, evitando il contatto con altri utensili in metallo. I coltelli in ceramica Kyocera con manico in legno non possono essere lavati in lavastoviglie.
    Nel caso si producessero scolorimenti che non scompaiono con la normale pulizia, lavi la lama (non l'impugnatura) con una leggera soluzione a base di candeggina.

    EVITARE
    Non lasciare cadere su superci dure.
    Non utilizzare la punta come punto di rotazione, l'estremità a§lata potrebbe penetrare nel tagliere, bloccarsi e rompersi Non esporre la lama alla amma diretta (la ceramica è un conduttore di calore). Non utilizzare la parte laterale della lama per schiacciare aglio o altri alimenti.

    CONSERVAZIONE
    Lo collochi in un supporto per coltelli, un fodero o un cassetto. Quando colloca o toglie il coltello dal supporto, faccia attenzione a non danneggiare la punta della lama.

    USURA
    Con il trascorrere del tempo tutti i coltelli perdono l'a§latura. Un lama di metallo dolce (acciaio inossidabile) "slitta" quando perde l'affilatura. I metalli più duri (come l'acciaio con carbonio) rimangono affilati più tempo, però perdono l'affilatura in modo diverso. I materiali più duri, invece di "slittare", tendono a scheggiarsi leggermente.
    All'inizio la ceramica è più affilata - e rimane a§lata per più tempo. Con il trascorrere del tempo possono prodursi delle piccole incisioni sul lo della lama. Si tratta del processo normale per il quale perdono l'a§latura tutte le lame in materiale duro.
    Nonostante la loro apparenza, l'esistenza di piccole incisioni non signica necessariamente che il coltello non sia a§lato. Potrà constatare che funziona perfettamente durante un periodo di tempo prolungato.
    Quando il rendimento del coltello non sarà più quello desiderato, il processo di a§latura Kyocera farà si che il suo coltello torni ad avere un lama ben affilata.
    È possibile che le incisioni più profonde e una punta rotta si possano risolvere grazie alla nuova affilatura.

    0400
    €76.23
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