Another Japanese & German Masterpiece
- It seems that the best knives are always created when different knife making cultures collaborate.
- Japan and Germany are easily two of the most well-known countries, in terms of their respective knife-making cultures.
- Once you hold this robust and stunning blade, you will truly appreciate the countless hours that have been put into designing and crafting this masterpiece.
- To be put simply, this is the most durable knife we have ever found while exploring the secretive knife-crafting depths of Asia. We can’t express how exhilarated we are to finally be able to share this unique blade with our friends and family all over the world.
The Best of Both Countries
- The main reason that we love this knife so much is that it has all the benefits of conventional Japanese and German knives, but it has none of the cons.
- World-renowned premium grade German stainless steel was chosen as the blade material. This allows the blade to retain its razor edge much longer than any other knife we have seen before.
- The stainless qualities of German steel also deliver amazing anti-rust and anti-patina qualities, so your knife will always look young, shiny, and deadly.
- But the traditional Japanese single-bevel grants the blade a steeper cutting angle, which creates a much sharper edge when compared to double-bevel knives.
- When you also factor in the classic unchanged Deba blade shape and design, you will understand why this is an extraordinary kind of knife.
It's Not "Just A Fish Knife"
- This blade was historically made by the Japanese people in order to manage all different sizes and species of fish.
- This includes gutting, filleting, chopping, and making extremely thin slices for sushi… But this knife can also amazingly handle pretty much any other task that your kitchen throws at you.
- It is balanced to be heavier on the blade end, which allows you to hold it at the rear of the hilt and use it as a vegetable cleaver. You can also use it to de-bone and section poultry.
- The robust German steel effortlessly allows you to cut through poultry bones, without damaging the edge of the blade.
- We have even been told that some of the more experienced western butchers sometimes use this knife to precisely trim the fat off their premium cuts of meat.