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  1. Takefu Village - Takobiki Knife 260mm by Mr. Masanobu Okada - F-276R - kitchen knife

    Takefu Knives Village is a brand born in 1991 in Echizen Fukui, a city in Japan famous since 1400 for the production of knives.
    The Takefu knives brand is based on the union of 10 local artisans who make each knife by hand.

    The model presented is made by:

    Mr. Masanobu Okada
    Born in the city of Echizen in 1949, the third generation of forging artisans, he is one of the few living heirs of the "masaoki-ho" typical of Echizen, a forging technique that consists in hammering and folding the steel giving it a rhomboid shape for get a thinner, sharper and easier to sharpen steel sheet.

    Initially specialized in the production of agricultural tools with the Monjiro brand, in recent times he began to produce artisanal kitchen knives with the traditional "uchi-hamono" technique, also receiving the title of Dentoukougeishi (traditional craftsman) after having undergone the strict examinations of the commission of the Traditional Crafts Industry Promotion Association Foundation.

    The uchi-hamono technique (uchi means blow and hamono means cutting tool) finds its origins towards the end of the 1300s, in the Muromachi period and consists of manually beating with a hammer and repeatedly a heated steel sheet until a blade of cut. Many tools made with this particular method are still on permanent display at the MoMA (Museum of Modern Art) in New York.

    In a recent interview Mr. Okada said: "I have been engaged with this art for over 45 years, but still today I still think that it is an infinite world where the notions learned never become obsolete and for this I feel I have to transmit them. to the younger generations ". Currently, under his careful guidance, two apprentices are thoroughly learning the blade polishing techniques.


    Characteristics of the knife:

    Use: meat / fish

    Blade: CladSteel carbon steel with cutting edge in White Paper Steel (Shirogami) at 62 / 64HRC and damascus with 67 layers
    Provenance Lama: Japanese craftsmanship
    Handle: SandalWood, very hard and water resistant wood
    Packaging: in cardboard with Japanese writing
    Blade length: 265mm
    Total length: 410mm
    Blade thickness: from 3.5mm to 3mm
    Handle Length: 139mm
    Weight: 178g

    * Not every knife is signed on the blade by the craftsman who made it

    Maintenance:
    Considering the high carbon steel used for the blade and the extreme construction quality of these knives, we recommend a series of attentions to be followed to maintain the quality of the product over time.

    - Never put the knife in the dishwasher
    - Rinse the knife with hot water before first use
    - Rinse the knife immediately after each use without aggressive dishwashing detergent and dry with a soft cloth (always starting at the back of the cutting edge)
    - Aggressive foods such as lemon juice must be promptly rinsed immediately after use
    - Do not use glass or granite plates as a cutting support. Use only wooden bases
    - Pay attention that the cutting edge of the knife does not come into contact with other metal objects during its storage to avoid damage to the cutting edge.
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    F-276R
    €311.47
  2. Takefu Village - Spear Point Kiridashi knife - by Mr. Masanobu Okada - 6 cm - Japanese craftsmanship

    Takefu Knives Village is a brand born in 1991 in Echizen Fukui, a city in Japan famous since 1400 for the production of knives.

    The Takefu knives brand is based on the union of 10 local artisans who forge each knife by hand

    Characteristics of the knife: Mr. Masanobu Okada

    Use: collection / sports

    Blade: three-layer clad steel with a 62 / 63HRC Shirogami cutting edge
    Lama origin: Japan
    Handle: black paracord
    Packaging: -
    Blade length: 60mm
    Total length: 167mm
    Blade thickness: 4mm
    Production: artisanal
    Weight: 78g

    Sheath: in kydex handcrafted by Simone Tonolli

    OKD-10D-BL
    €73.77
  3. Takefu Village - Skinner Kiridashi knife - by Mr. Masanobu Okada - 6.5 cm - Japanese craftsmanship

    Takefu Knives Village is a brand born in 1991 in Echizen Fukui, a city in Japan famous since 1400 for the production of knives.

    The Takefu knives brand is based on the union of 10 local artisans who forge each knife by hand

    Characteristics of the knife: Mr. Masanobu Okada

    Use: collection / sports

    Blade: three-layer clad steel with a 62 / 63HRC Shirogami cutting edge
    Lama origin: Japan
    Handle: black paracord
    Packaging: -
    Blade length: 65mm
    Total length: 165mm
    Blade thickness: 4mm
    Production: artisanal
    Weight: 83g

    Sheath: in kydex handcrafted by Simone Tonolli

    OKD-10C-BL
    €73.77
  4. Takefu Village - Takobiki Knife 270mm by Mr. Masanobu Okada - kitchen knife

    He was born in 1949 and is the 3rd generation of Okada Uchihamono. He is originally a blacksmith of gardening tools such as a sickle. In recent years, he has started to produce unique kitchen knife like your bought Takobiki. The Traditional Craftsman is the so-called Dentoukougeishi (Traditional Craftsman) which is the Accreditation Examination conducted by the Traditional Crafts Industry Promotion Association Foundation in accordance with Section 8 of Section 24 of the Act on Promotion of Traditional Craft Industries

    Knife Features:

    Use: meat / fish

    Blade: CladSteel carbon steel with 62 / 64HRC White Paper Steel (Shirogami) cutting edge and 33-layer Damask "Suminagashi"
    Origin Knife: Japanese craftsmanship
    Handle: SandalWood, very hard and water resistant
    Packing: in cardboard with Japanese writing
    Length Blade: 265mm
    Total Length: 410mm
    Thickness Blade: 3.5mm to 3mm
    Length Grip: 139mm
    Weight: 162g

    F-416
    €311.47
  5. Takefu Village - Yanagiba Sashimi Knife 270mm by Mr. Hideo Kitaoka - kitchen knife

    Mr. Hideo Kitaoka
    He was born in 1950 and is the 3rd generation of Kitaoka Hamono. He has been a specialist of Kataba (single-beveled) knife from the beginning. He is also Dentoukougeishi.

    Use: meat / fish

    Blade: CladSteel carbon steel with 62 / 64HRC White Paper Steel (Shirogami) cutting edge and 33-layer Damask "Suminagashi"
    Origin Knife: Japanese craftsmanship
    Handle: SandalWood, very hard and water resistant
    Packing: in cardboard with Japanese writing
    Length Blade: 257mm
    Total Length: 410mm
    Thickness Blade: 4mm to 1.5mm
    Length Grip: 139mm
    Weight: 184g

    * Not every knife is signed on the blade by the craftsman who made it

    C-804
    €303.28
  6. Takefu Village - Yanagiba Sashimi Knife 210mm by Mr. Hideo Kitaoka - kitchen knife

    Mr. Hideo Kitaoka
    He was born in 1950 and is the 3rd generation of Kitaoka Hamono. He has been a specialist of Kataba (single-beveled) knife from the beginning. He is also Dentoukougeishi.

    Knife Features:

    Use: meat / fish

    Blade: CladSteel carbon steel with 62 / 64HRC White Paper Steel (Shirogami) cutting edge and 33-layer Damask "Suminagashi"
    Origin Knife: Japanese craftsmanship
    Handle: SandalWood, very hard and water resistant
    Packing: in cardboard with Japanese writing
    Blade Length: 200mm
    Total Length: 343mm
    Thickness Blade: 3.5mm to 1.5mm
    Length Grip: 127mm
    Weight: 114g

    * Not every knife is signed on the blade by the craftsman who made it

    C-802
    €213.11
  7. Takefu Village - Kamausuba Knife 180mm by Mr. Hideo Kitaoka - kitchen knife

    Mr. Hideo Kitaoka
    He was born in 1950 and is the 3rd generation of Kitaoka Hamono. He has been a specialist of Kataba (single-beveled) knife from the beginning. He is also Dentoukougeishi.

     

    Knife Features:

    Use: vegetable / fish

    Blade: CladSteel carbon steel with 62 / 64HRC White Paper Steel (Shirogami) cutting edge and 33-layer Damask "Suminagashi"
    Origin Knife: Japanese craftsmanship
    Handle: SandalWood, very hard and water resistant
    Packing: in cardboard with Japanese writing
    Length Blade: 170mm
    Total Length: 320mm
    Thickness Blade: 4mm to 2mm
    Length Grip: 132mm
    Weight: 166g

    * Not every knife is signed on the blade by the craftsman who made it

     

    C-827
    €245.08
  8. Takefu Village - Tanto Kiridashi knife - by Mr. Masanobu Okada - 6 cm - Japanese craftsmanship

    Takefu Knives Village is a brand born in 1991 in Echizen Fukui, a city in Japan famous since 1400 for the production of knives.

    The Takefu knives brand is based on the union of 10 local artisans who forge each knife by hand

    Characteristics of the knife: Mr. Masanobu Okada

    Use: collection / sports

    Blade: three-layer clad steel with a 62 / 63HRC Shirogami cutting edge
    Lama origin: Japan
    Handle: black paracord
    Packaging: -
    Blade length: 60mm
    Total length: 165mm
    Blade thickness: 4mm
    Production: artisanal
    Weight: 79g

    Sheath: in kydex handcrafted by Simone Tonolli

    OKD-10B-S-BL
    €73.77
    Out of stock
  9. Takefu Village - Drop Point Kiridashi knife - by Mr. Masanobu Okada - 7.5 cm - Japanese craftsmanship

    Takefu Knives Village is a brand born in 1991 in Echizen Fukui, a city in Japan famous since 1400 for the production of knives.

    The Takefu knives brand is based on the union of 10 local artisans who forge each knife by hand

    Characteristics of the knife: Mr. Masanobu Okada

    Use: collection / sports

    Blade: three-layer clad steel with a 62 / 63HRC Shirogami cutting edge
    Lama origin: Japan
    Handle: black paracord
    Packaging: -
    Blade length: 75mm
    Total length: 190mm
    Blade thickness: 4mm
    Production: artisanal
    Weight: 114g

    Sheath: in kydex handcrafted by Simone Tonolli

    OKD-20A-BL
    €90.16
    Out of stock
  10. Takefu Village - Bunka knife - Aogami 3-layered steel - 16.5 cm - Japanese craftsmanship

    Takefu Knives Village is a brand born in 1991 in Echizen Fukui, a city in Japan famous since 1400 for the production of knives.

    The Takefu knives brand is based on the union of 10 local craftsmen who forge each knife by hand

    Knife features: Mr. Shiro Kamo

    Use: meat / fish / vegetables

    Blade: in clad steel with Aogami 2 cutting edge at 62 / 63HRC
    Lama origin: Japan
    Handle: keyakyWood, Keyaki Zelkova wood (Japanese elm)
    Packaging: cardboard with Japanese writing
    Blade length: 165mm
    Total length: 304mm
    Blade thickness: 2.2mm
    Handle length: 130mm
    Weight: 126g

    * Not every knife is signed on the blade by the craftsman who made it

    G-409-KY
    €122.95
    Out of stock
  11. Takefu Village - Funayuki Knife 180mm - SanMai Shirogami 2 - by Mr. Masanobu Okada - kitchen knife

    Takefu Knives Village is a brand born in 1991 in Echizen Fukui, a city in Japan famous since 1400 for the production of knives.
    The Takefu knives brand is based on the union of 10 local craftsmen who make each knife by hand.

    The model presented is made by:

    Mr. Masanobu Okada
    Born in the city of Echizen in 1949, the third generation of forging craftsmen, he is one of the few living heirs of the "masaoki-ho" typical of Echizen, a forging technique that consists in repeating and folding the hammer steel giving it a rhomboid shape for obtain a thinner, sharper and easier to sharpen steel sheet.


    Knife features:

    Use: meat / fish / vegetables

    Blade: CladSteel carbon steel with cutting edge in White Paper Steel (Shirogami) at 62 / 64HRC and damask at 67
    Lama origin: Japanese craftsmanship
    Handle: Keyaki Zelkova (Japanese elm)
    Packaging: cardboard with Japanese writing
    Blade length: 184mm
    Total length: 336mm
    Blade thickness: 3.9mm
    Handle length: 140mm
    Weight: 179g

    * Not every knife is signed on the blade by the craftsman who made it

    Maintenance:
    Considering the high carbon steel used for the blade and the extreme construction quality of these knives, we recommend a series of attentions to follow to maintain the quality of the product over time.

    - Never put the knife in the dishwasher
    - Rinse the knife with warm water before the first use
    - Rinse the knife immediately after each use without aggressive dishwashing detergent and dry with a soft cloth (always starting at the back of the cutting edge)
    - Aggressive foods such as lemon juice must be immediately rinsed immediately after use
    - Do not use glass or granite slabs as a cutting support. Use only wooden bases
    - Take care that the blade edge of the knife does not come into contact with other metal objects during its storage to avoid damage to the blade edge.

    OKD-180FUB
    €270.49
    Out of stock
  12. Takefu Village - Kama - Hand Forged Damascus Steel Sickle - Sickle

    Beautiful traditional Japanese sickle handcrafted in laminated steel from Takefu Knives Village. Brand born in 1991 in Echizen Fukui, a city in Japan famous since 1400 for the production of knives.

    Kama Features:

    Use: collection / gardening

    Blade: CladSteel carbon steel with 62 / 64HRC White Paper Steel (Shirogami) cutting edge and 33-layer "Suminagashi" damask
    Lama origin: Japanese craftsmanship
    Handle: Wood
    Packaging: -
    Blade length: 195mm
    Total length: 430mm
    Blade thickness: 3.7mm
    Handle length: 360mm
    Weight: 264g

    The kama is a traditional agricultural tool typical of Japan and Okinawa, similar to a small sickle used to harvest wheat, and also used as a weapon. Before being used in martial arts, kama was used extensively in Asia to cut crops, especially rice.

    OK-SKD
    €131.15
    Out of stock
  13. Takefu Village - Kaku Usuba 170mm by Mr. Hideo Kitaoka - kitchen knife

    Takefu Knives Village is a brand born in 1991 in Echizen Fukui, a city in Japan famous since 1400 for the production of knives.
    The Takefu knives brand is based on the union of 10 local artisans who make every knife by hand.

    The model presented is realized by:
    Mr. Hideo Kitaoka
    Born in the city of Echizen in 1950, third generation forging craftsmen, he specializes in knives with Kataba blade (concave blade on the left side of the wire, chisel blade on the right side of the wire) also receiving the title of Dentoukougeishi (traditional craftsman) after subjected to the strict examination of the Traditional Crafts Industry Promotion Association Foundation commission.
    Its knives are made with a White Paper Steel (Shirogami) cutting edge with a hardness of over 62 / 64HRC and with "Suminagashi" damask steel laminated cheeks. The handles are made as usual in sandalwood and Asian buffalo horn.
    The Kanji characters printed on its blades 越 前 英雄 作 mean Echizen Hideo Saku (made by Hideo of Echizen)


    Characteristics of the knife:

    Use: vegetables

    Blade: CladSteel carbon steel with White Paper Steel (Shirogami) cutting edge at 62 / 64HRC and 33-layer "Suminagashi" damask
    Provenance Lama: Japanese craft
    Handle: Sandalwood, very hard and water resistant wood
    Packaging: in cardboard with Japanese lettering
    Blade length: 170mm
    Total Length: 330mm
    Blade thickness: from 4.5mm to 1.3mm
    Handle Length: 134mm
    Weight: 175g

    * Not every knife is signed on the blade by the craftsman who made it

    Maintenance:
    Given the high carbon content steel used for the blade and the extreme build quality of these knives, we recommend a series of attentions to follow to maintain the quality of the product over time.

    - Never place the knife in the dishwasher
    - Rinse the knife with hot water before first use
    - Rinse the knife immediately after each use without aggressive dishwashing detergent and dry with a soft cloth (always starting at the back of the cutting edge)
    - Aggressive foods such as lemon juice must be promptly rinsed immediately after use
    - Do not use glass or granite slabs as a cutting support. Use only wooden bases
    - Pay attention that the cutting edge of the knife does not come into contact with other metal objects during its deposit to avoid damage to the cutting edge.

    C-106
    €204.92
    Out of stock
  14. Takefu Village - Sujihiki Knife 270mm by Mr. Kanehiro Kintaro - kitchen knife

    Takefu Knives Village is a brand born in 1991 in Echizen Fukui, Japan's famous city since the 1400s for knives production.
    The Takefu knives brand is based on the union of 10 local artisans who make every knife by hand.

    The model presented is made by:
    Mr. Kanehiro Kintaro
    Kanehiro-san knives have gained popularity among professional chefs for the highest construction level and the high performance and cutting performance.


    Knife Features:

    Use: meat / fish

    Blade: Clad Steel (Steel Hammer Forged, San Mai) Steel with Aogami cutting edge super carbon steel core 62 / 63HRC with 3 layers
    Origin Knife: Japanese craftsmanship
    Handle: Cherry wood
    Packing: in cardboard with Japanese writing
    Length Blade: 265mm
    Total Length: 417mm
    Thickness Blade: 4mm to 1mm
    Length Grip: 137mm
    Weight: 154g

    * Not every knife is signed on the blade by the craftsman who made it

    Maintenance:
    Considering the high carbon steel used for the blade and the extreme construction quality of these knives, we recommend a number of attentions to keep in order to maintain the quality of the product over time.

    - Never put the knife in the dishwasher
    - Rinse the knife with hot water before first use
    - Rinse the knife immediately after each use without detergent for aggressive crockery and dry with a soft cloth (always starting at the back of the blade wire)
    - Aggressive foods such as lemon juice should be rinsed immediately after use
    - Do not use glass or granite plates as a cutting support. Use only wooden bases
    - Take care that the knife blade wire does not come into contact with other metallic objects during its storage to prevent damage to the blade.

    D-507
    €241.80
    Out of stock
  15. Takefu Village - Santoku Knife 180mm by Mr. Kanehiro Kintaro - kitchen knife

    Takefu Knives Village is a brand born in 1991 in Echizen Fukui, Japan's famous city since the 1400s for knives production.
    The Takefu knives brand is based on the union of 10 local artisans who make every knife by hand.

    The model presented is made by:

    Mr. Kanehiro Kintaro
    Kanehiro-san knives have gained popularity among professional chefs for the highest construction level and the high performance and cutting performance.


    Knife Features:

    Use: meat / fish / vegetables

    Blade: Clad Steel (Steel Hammer Forged, San Mai) Steel with Aogami cutting edge super carbon steel core 62 / 63HRC with 3 layers
    Origin Knife: Japanese craftsmanship
    Handle: Cherry wood
    Packing: in cardboard with Japanese writing
    Length Blade: 170mm
    Total Length: 315mm
    Thickness Blade: 4mm to 1mm
    Length Grip: 125mm
    Weight: 134g

    * Not every knife is signed on the blade by the craftsman who made it

    D-503
    €184.43
    Out of stock
  16. Takefu Village - Petty Utility Knife 150mm by Mr. Masanobu Okada - kitchen knife

    He was born in 1949 and is the 3rd generation of Okada Uchihamono. He is originally a blacksmith of gardening tools such as a sickle. In recent years, he has started to produce unique kitchen knife like your bought Takobiki. The Traditional Craftsman is the so-called Dentoukougeishi (Traditional Craftsman) which is the Accreditation Examination conducted by the Traditional Crafts Industry Promotion Association Foundation in accordance with Section 8 of Section 24 of the Act on Promotion of Traditional Craft Industries

    Knife Features:

    Use: vegetables / meat / fish

    Blade: CladSteel carbon steel with 62 / 64HRC White Paper Steel (Shirogami) cutting edge and 33-layer Damask "Suminagashi"
    Origin Knife: Japanese craftsmanship
    Handle: SandalWood, very hard and water resistant
    Packing: in cardboard with Japanese writing
    Blade Length: 150mm
    Total Length: 275mm
    Thickness Blade: 3mm
    Length Grip: 114mm
    Weight: 86g

    F-211
    €110.65
    Out of stock
  17. Takefu Village - Petty Utility Knife 120mm by Mr. Masanobu Okada - kitchen knife

    He was born in 1949 and is the 3rd generation of Okada Uchihamono. He is originally a blacksmith of gardening tools such as a sickle. In recent years, he has started to produce unique kitchen knife like your bought Takobiki. The Traditional Craftsman is the so-called Dentoukougeishi (Traditional Craftsman) which is the Accreditation Examination conducted by the Traditional Crafts Industry Promotion Association Foundation in accordance with Section 8 of Section 24 of the Act on Promotion of Traditional Craft Industries

    Knife Features:

    Use: vegetables / meat / fish

    Blade: CladSteel carbon steel with 62 / 64HRC White Paper Steel (Shirogami) cutting edge and 33-layer Damask "Suminagashi"
    Origin Knife: Japanese craftsmanship
    Handle: SandalWood, very hard and water resistant
    Packing: in cardboard with Japanese writing
    Length Blade: 120mm
    Total Length: 245mm
    Thickness Blade: 3mm
    Length Grip: 114mm
    Weight: 78g

    F-209
    €102.46
    Out of stock
  18. Takefu Village - Deba 180mm by Mr. Hideo Kitaoka - kitchen knife

    Mr. Hideo Kitaoka
    He was born in 1950 and is the 3rd generation of Kitaoka Hamono. He has been a specialist of Kataba (single-beveled) knife from the beginning. He is also Dentoukougeishi.


    Knife Features:

    Use: chicken / fish / meat

    Blade: CladSteel carbon steel with 62 / 64HRC White Paper Steel (Shirogami) cutting edge and 33-layer Damask "Suminagashi"
    Origin Knife: Japanese craftsmanship
    Handle: SandalWood, very hard and water resistant
    Packing: in cardboard with Japanese writing
    Length Blade: 180mm
    Total Length: 335mm
    Thickness Blade: 9mm to 2mm
    Length Grip: 134mm
    Weight: 336g

    * Not every knife is signed on the blade by the craftsman who made it

     

    C-106D
    €204.92
    Out of stock
  19. Takefu Village - Yanagiba Sashimi Knife 240mm by Mr. Hideo Kitaoka - kitchen knife

    Mr. Hideo Kitaoka
    He was born in 1950 and is the 3rd generation of Kitaoka Hamono. He has been a specialist of Kataba (single-beveled) knife from the beginning. He is also Dentoukougeishi.

    Use: meat / fish

    Blade: CladSteel carbon steel with 62 / 64HRC White Paper Steel (Shirogami) cutting edge and 33-layer Damask "Suminagashi"
    Origin Knife: Japanese craftsmanship
    Handle: SandalWood, very hard and water resistant
    Packing: in cardboard with Japanese writing
    Length Blade: 230mm
    Total Length: 375mm
    Thickness Blade: 3.5mm to 1.5mm
    Length Grip: 132mm
    Weight: 134g

    * Not every knife is signed on the blade by the craftsman who made it

    C-803
    €270.49
    Out of stock
  20. Takefu Village - Kiritsuke Knife 240mm by Mr. Hideo Kitaoka - kitchen knife

    Mr. Hideo Kitaoka
    He was born in 1950 and is the 3rd generation of Kitaoka Hamono. He has been a specialist of Kataba (single-beveled) knife from the beginning. He is also Dentoukougeishi.


    Knife Features:

    Use: meat / fish

    Blade: CladSteel carbon steel with 62 / 64HRC White Paper Steel (Shirogami) cutting edge and 33-layer Damask "Suminagashi"
    Origin Knife: Japanese craftsmanship
    Handle: SandalWood, very hard and water resistant
    Packing: in cardboard with Japanese writing
    Length Blade: 240mm
    Total Length: 375mm
    Thickness Blade: 4mm to 2mm
    Length Grip: 127mm
    Weight: 160g

    * Not every knife is signed on the blade by the craftsman who made it

    C-751
    €278.69
    Out of stock
  21. Takefu Village - Kiritsuke Knife 210mm by Mr. Hideo Kitaoka - kitchen knife

    Mr. Hideo Kitaoka
    He was born in 1950 and is the 3rd generation of Kitaoka Hamono. He has been a specialist of Kataba (single-beveled) knife from the beginning. He is also Dentoukougeishi.


    Knife Features:

    Use: meat / fish

    Blade: CladSteel carbon steel with 62 / 64HRC White Paper Steel (Shirogami) cutting edge and 33-layer Damask "Suminagashi"
    Origin Knife: Japanese craftsmanship
    Handle: SandalWood, very hard and water resistant
    Packing: in cardboard with Japanese writing
    Length Blade: 210mm
    Total Length: 345mm
    Thickness Blade: 4mm to 2mm
    Length Grip: 127mm
    Weight: 150g

    * Not every knife is signed on the blade by the craftsman who made it

    C-750
    €213.11
    Rating:
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    Out of stock
  22. Takefu Knives Village Series Yanagiba 23 cm Japanese craft knife

    Takefu Knives Village è un marchio nato nel 1991 a Echizen Fukui, città del Giappone famosa dal 1400 per la produzione di coltelli.

    Il brand Takefu knives si fonda sull'unione di 10 artigiani locali che realizzano a mano ogni coltello

    L'acciaio delle lame, prodotto dalla Takefu Steel, viene lavorato con la tecnica del "clad steel" tagliente in VG10 a 61HRC e placche laterali in damasco laminato.

    Caratteristiche del coltello:

    Impiego: carne/pesce

    Lama: in acciaio CladSteel con tagliente in inox VG-10 a 60/62HRC e damasco a 33 strati
    Provenienza Lama: Giappone 
    Impugnatura: SandalWood, legno molto duro e resistente all'acqua
    Confezione: in cartone con scritte giapponesi
    Lunghezza Lama: 230mm 
    Lunghezza Totale: 370mm 
    Spessore Lama: 4,5mm 
    Lunghezza Impugnatura: 134mm 
    Peso: 142g

    Non ogni coltello viene firmato sulla lama dall'artigiano che l'ha realizzato

    TKV-Ya23
    €254.10
    Out of stock
  23. Takefu Knives Village Serie Mina Yanagiba 24 cm coltello artigianale giapponese

    Takefu Knives Village è un marchio nato nel 1991 a Echizen Fukui, città del Giappone famosa dal 1400 per la produzione di coltelli.

    Il brand Takefu knives si fonda sull'unione di 10 artigiani locali che realizzano a mano ogni coltello

    L'acciaio delle lame, prodotto dalla Takefu Steel, viene lavorato con la tecnica del "clad steel" tagliente in VG10 a 61HRC e placche laterali in damasco laminato.

    Caratteristiche del coltello:

    Impiego: carne/pesce

    Lama: in acciaio CladSteel con tagliente in inox VG-10 a 60/62HRC
    Provenienza Lama: Giappone 
    Impugnatura: SandalWood, legno molto duro e resistente all'acqua
    Confezione: in cartone con scritte giapponesi
    Lunghezza Lama: 224mm 
    Lunghezza Totale: 380mm 
    Spessore Lama: 4,5mm 
    Lunghezza Impugnatura: 134mm 
    Peso: 166g

    Non ogni coltello viene firmato sulla lama dall'artigiano che l'ha realizzato

    MINA-240YA
    €233.61
    Out of stock
  24. Takefu Knives Village Serie Mina Santoku 17 cm coltello artigianale giapponese

    Takefu Knives Village è un marchio nato nel 1991 a Echizen Fukui, città del Giappone famosa dal 1400 per la produzione di coltelli.

    Il brand Takefu knives si fonda sull'unione di 10 artigiani locali che forgiano a mano ogni coltello

    L'acciaio delle lame, prodotto dalla Takefu Steel, viene realizzato con la tecnica del "clad steel" tagliente in VG10 a 61HRC e placche laterali in damasco laminato.

    Caratteristiche del coltello:

    Impiego: carne/pesce/verdura

    Lama: in acciaio CladSteel con tagliente in inox VG-10 a 60/62HRC
    Provenienza Lama: Giappone 
    Impugnatura: SandalWood, legno molto duro e resistente all'acqua
    Confezione: in cartone con scritte giapponesi
    Lunghezza Lama: 170mm 
    Lunghezza Totale: 310mm 
    Spessore Lama: 2,5mm 
    Lunghezza Impugnatura: 127mm 
    Peso: 116g

    Non ogni coltello viene firmato sulla lama dall'artigiano che l'ha realizzato

    MINA-170SA
    €204.92
    Out of stock
  25. Takefu Knives Village Serie Mina Petty 15 cm coltello artigianale giapponese

    Takefu Knives Village è un marchio nato nel 1991 a Echizen Fukui, città del Giappone famosa dal 1400 per la produzione di coltelli.

    Il brand Takefu knives si fonda sull'unione di 10 artigiani locali che forgiano a mano ogni coltello

    L'acciaio delle lame, prodotto dalla Takefu Steel, viene realizzato con la tecnica del "clad steel" tagliente in VG10 a 61HRC e placche laterali in damasco laminato.

    Caratteristiche del coltello:

    Impiego: carne/pesce/verdura

    Lama: in acciaio CladSteel con tagliente in inox VG-10 a 60/62HRC
    Provenienza Lama: Giappone 
    Impugnatura: SandalWood, legno molto duro e resistente all'acqua
    Confezione: in cartone con scritte giapponesi
    Lunghezza Lama: 115mm 
    Lunghezza Totale: 280mm 
    Spessore Lama: 2,0mm 
    Lunghezza Impugnatura: 115mm 
    Peso: 78g

    Non ogni coltello viene firmato sulla lama dall'artigiano che l'ha realizzato

    MINA-150PT
    €146.72
    Out of stock