Sakai Kikumori x Yoshikazu Tanaka Gokujyo Petty 150mm - The Cook's Edge
Sakai Kikumori x Yoshikazu Tanaka Gokujyo Petty 150mm - The Cook's Edge
Sakai Kikumori x Yoshikazu Tanaka Gokujyo Petty 150mm - The Cook's Edge
Sakai Kikumori x Yoshikazu Tanaka Gokujyo Petty 150mm - The Cook's Edge
Sakai Kikumori x Yoshikazu Tanaka Gokujyo Petty 150mm - The Cook's Edge
Sakai Kikumori x Yoshikazu Tanaka Gokujyo Petty 150mm - The Cook's Edge
Sakai Kikumori x Yoshikazu Tanaka Gokujyo Petty 150mm - The Cook's Edge
Sakai Kikumori x Yoshikazu Tanaka Gokujyo Petty 150mm - The Cook's Edge

Gokujyo Petty 150mm

Vendor
Sakai Kikumori
Regular price
$315.00
Sale price
$315.00
Unit price
per 

Petty: Often called paring or utility knife, the petty knife is made for smaller cutting tasks. An indispensable tool in any knife kit, it excels at cutting herbs, slicing garlic, dicing shallots, peeling fruit & veg, and even boning certain cuts of meat or breaking down poultry. Petty knives can vary in size (75mm -210mm) and shape.

Knife Specs:

Knife specs are taken from a randomly selected knife. These specs may vary from knife to knife due to the handmade nature of our products.

  • Steel: Shirogami #2 (White Carbon)
  • HRC: 61~63
  • Edge Length: 145mm
  • Height at heel: 29mm
  • Spine thickness above heel: 2.5mm
  • Weight: 68 grams
  • Handle: D-Shaped White Magnolia w/Buffalo Horn Collar
  • Shape: Petty
  • Finish: Migaki
  • Cladding: Soft Iron
  • Construction: San-Mai (3 Layers)
  • Knife Line:  Gokujyo
  • Company: Sakai Kikumori
  • Blacksmith: Yoshikazu Tanaka
  • Place of Origin: Sakai, Japan

    Anyone who has used a carbon knife can testify that they are awesome. They are razor sharp, cut beautifully and generally look rad.

    One characteristic of carbon steel knives is that they can rust if not cared for properly. To avoid rusting, please wipe the blade clean after use and dry thoroughly. Do not store a knife that isn't dry.

    With time and proper care, your knife will develop what is called patina. The patina on your blade is a beneficial layer that actually protects against rusting.

    If you do happen to notice a little rust forming, not to worry. Simply use a soft sponge or gentle scrubby (not steel wool) with warm soapy water to remove.

    For more information on knife care, please check out our blog post!