Collection: Inox Pro V-2 Japanese Style

Takayuki Sakai
The history of Sakai goes back 600 years. It is said that the matchlock guns loved by Nobunaga Oda, the famous Sengoku warlord, were made in Sakai. As a forged knife, the elaborate construction that does not allow any compromise to the details is proof that the technique has been handed down from parent to child, and in 1982 it was designated as a traditional craft. rice field. And now, crossing borders, it is in the hands of homes and chefs in more than 30 countries around the world, and attracts many people.
Precautions for use
-Avoid cutting bones or frozen foods as this may cause the blade to chip.
-Wash with hot water after use and wipe dry with a dry towel to prevent rust and deterioration.
-Please refrain from using the dishwasher as it may stain or discolor.

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