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The Kasumi Tora Deba Knife 16.5 cm is a Japanese style kitchen carver primarily used to cut fish, though also used when cutting meat.
Deba bōchō (Japanese: 出刃包丁, "pointed carving knife") comes in different sizes, sometimes up to 30 cm (12 inches) in length. It is designed to behead and fillet fish.
Its thickness, and often a more obtuse angle on the back of the heel allow it to cut off the heads of fish without damage. The rest of the blade is then used to ride against the fish bones, separating the fillet.
Deba knives always come in a single bevel.
The blade of this model is made of stainless steel (AUS8) with a high content of molybdenum and vanadium, so that the knife does not absorb odors and does not transfer tastes from one product to another.
On the surface of the blade a solid oxide film is formed, which provides additional protection against corrosion.
The knife is equipped with a black cylindrical manoglia wooden handle of Japanese type, equipped with an O-ring for better stabilisation.
Kasumi knives are produced by Sumikama Hamono Cutlery in Seki, Japan.
Sumikama Cutlery specializes in producing knives from very advanced materials with the most advanced manufacturing techniques.
Kasumi TORA knives are made of AUS8, a high carbon, low chromium stainless steel that has proven, over time, to be a very good compromise between toughness, strength, edge holding and resistance to corrosion.
|Country of origin||Seki, Japan|
|Overall length||30 cm|
|Blade length||16,5 cm|
|Blade width||4,5 cm|
|Handle length||12.5 cm|
|Handle material||manoglia wood, stabilised|
|Warranty on materials and manufacturing defects||Yes|