A one of a kind collectors model, this Sadoru Gin3 Nakiri was assembled like this on purpose by Mike at Kakushin with hot-glue finished with natural bee's wax; a mid-size blade and a high heel Made in Japan this Ginsan Stainless Steel also known as Silver #3 blade displays a pure and traditional Japanese Nashiji finish.
Nakiri knives are highly known for their long and flat blade. They tend to be fabricated with a higher heel compared to other models and are extremely popular for chopping vegetables. They are the ideal candidate for cutting long veggies in a single chop, but also great for a push or pull cut into harder vegetables. The square shape allows you to easily grip your fingers around the handle with no fear of busting your knuckles when chopping your vegetables.
Many chefs that regularly work with vegetables and fruits consider their Nakiri a primary knife in the kitchen.