The Morinoki Chef's Knife

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The Morinoki Chef's Knife

Handcrafted in Japan by the artisans at Shizu Hamano, the Morinoki Chef’s Knife features an elegant handle made of solid Zelkova wood and a durable blade forged from stainless steel. Suitable for almost any cooking task, it’s bound to become your new all-purpose kitchen knife.


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Handcrafted in Japan by the artisans at Shizu Hamano, the Morinoki Chef’s Knife features an elegant handle made of solid Zelkova wood and a durable blade forged from stainless steel. Suitable for almost any cooking task, it’s bound to become your new all-purpose kitchen knife.

Story

The Shizu Hamano cutlery factory was founded in 1980 in the city of Seki, in Gifu Prefecture, Japan. About an hours drive from Nagoya, Seki has been a center of knife production for nearly a thousand years. The craftspeople at Shizu Hamano are focused on exploring innovative materials and technologies while manufacturing traditional knives. Each knife in the “Morinoki” series is handmade, and balances functionality with warmth. The elegant handle is made of solid Japanese Zelkova wood, a tree often enjoyed as a bonsai — detailed attention is given to creating its soft, square shape to ensure that it’s comfortable to hold. The handcrafted blade is forged from durable stainless steel, making every Morinoki knife a considered and long-lasting choice. The Morinoki Chef’s Knife features a lengthy gently curved blade that’s suitable for almost any cooking task, from cutting meat and fish to fruit and vegetables. Consider it your new all-purpose kitchen knife.

Specs
  • 6.75"
Materials
  • Zelkova Wood
  • Stainless Steel
Origin
  • Made in Japan
Care
  • Hand wash only.