This traditional Japanese deba knife is a magnificent tool. With a weighty, carbon steel blade and a finely-honed single-ground edge, it is the perfect tool for filleting and boning fish. A natural wood handle is marked by an elegant black band. Forged from high-grade Yasuki Shirogami steel, traditional methods of craftsmanship ensure longevity and durability.
With a legacy of more than 200 years, KIYA is proud to produce cutlery for chefs of every level. Deba, Shobu, and Nakiri knives made with traditional methods and rare materials excel at a wide range of kitchen tasks.
Blade length: 5.3 inches (135 mm)
Total length: 10.8 inches (275 mm)
Made in Japan
10-Year KIYA Limited Warranty. Packaged in gift box.
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