Yu Kurosaki Senkō Sujihiki 240mm

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A perfect small to mid sized sujihiki in the range and quite simply - it's incredible!

Uniquely patterned and finished, the R2/SG2 steel core clad in stainless steel looks out of this world and the edge retention is exceptional.

Performance

Excellent sharpness right out of the box as you'd expect from Kurosaki and the R2 core steel retains an edge very well so this knife will perform when you need it.

Beauty

Just look at it! It's stunning. 

Every blade is unique, the stainless cladding has a wonderful variety of hammer finished markings that resemble a collection of diamonds embedded along the cladding.

Comfort

This is a classic Japanese knife with a half tang and lightweight octagonal walnut wa handle so it's typically nimble and comfortable in use. 

Durability

The stainless R2 steel core clad in stainless is both sharp and durable and edge retention will be excellent. 

Ease of care

The Senko is easy to look after, both core and cladding steel are stainless so our normal storage and care instructions apply but this is a knife that's going to perform and look great for many years.

Value for money

You're getting a lot of knife for your money. Kurosaki san has once again created something that marries performance, durability and a beautiful design that is recognisably his own and this is a knife you'll be reaching for time and again for many years.

Technical details

  • Blade Length: 239mm (Measurement of the cutting edge)
  • Total Length: 388mm (Blade + Handle)
  • Blade width: 2mm (Measured where blade enters handle)
  • Blade height: 39mm Heel to spine
  • Total weight: 142 grams
  • Steel Type - Cladding: Stainless
  • Steel Type - Cutting edge: R2
  • Left or Right handed: Either
  • Hardness: 62-63 HRC
  • Handle style: Japanese
  • Handle material: Octagonal walnut

Our aim is to measure everything as accurately as possible but some specifications (such as hardness for example) are provided by the manufacturer and therefore should be used as a guide only.

What you get

Your knife is sold with a black card presentation box that you can use to store the knife or include as a gift and the blade is protected by foam padding inside the lid and the blade wrapped in corrosion protective paper.

Blacksmith Profile

Yu Kurosaki

The youngest blacksmith to be granted the title of Master Nokaji and senior teacher at Takefu Knife Village, the skill and craft put into each of his knives is clear to see.

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