Minamoto Kanemasa Takobiki 270mm
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Knife Style: Takobiki
Steel Type: Carbon Steel
Blade Material: Shirogami White #3
Blade Finish: Migaki
Handle: Magnolia (D-Shaped Right Handed)
Blade Size: 270mm
Heel Height: 28mm
Spine Thickness: 2.9mm
Traditionally called the octopus cutter, the Takobiki is the knife of choice for fish, sushi and sashimi enthusiasts but can also be used for thin slices of meat. It offers a single bevel blade with a square and sharp edge rather than ending in a point which is rarely seen with other knife models.
With all products in stock, we take the opportunity to ensure that your new knives are fully inspected, hand-sharpened and sharp tested on a Professional BESS Certified Sharpness Tester.
This guarantees that your knives are ready to work right out the box.
Shipped from Quebec, Canada within 1-2 business days (General holidays are excluded), you will receive a registered tracking number to follow the transition of your package via either Canada Post, USPS, FedEX or UPS all depending on your delivery area.
Average Delivery Estimates:
Canada: 3 - 5 days
USA: 5 -107 days
Provides faster delivery times usually estimated to 2 days.
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