KASUMI BREAD KNIFE DAMASCUS JAPANESE STAINLESS STEEL 25CM
Kasumi knives are a part of the history and tradition of Japan’s knife capital, Seki-shi, or Seki City – where some of the best knives in the world hail from.
A namesake which also derives from the method by which it is made, kasumi is the art of forging high-carbon steel with soft iron. The result is a superior steel blade edge favoured by swordmakers for hundreds of years. Known for their excellent kirenaga (duration of sharpness), these are knives which you can treasure.
Each Kasumi knife features thirty-two folded layers of fine stainless steel. The stunning visual effect is immediately discernible on the blade, and is beautifully countered by the laminated wooden handle.
Kasumi is more than just a knife, it is a tradition which endures, and a knife which is a joy to use.
Bread Knife Features:
- Made in Seki, Japan.
- Made from thirty-two layers of high carbon stainless steel with a number of other metals, including cobalt, molybdenum and vanadium, for added durability and ease of sharpening.
- Double riveted, laminated wooden handle.
- Beautifully presented in a Kasumi gift box.
- Hand wash recommended.
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- Do not bleach dark colours as they may lose their colour
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- Wash your uniforms in warm water
- Ensure that the uniforms are reversed and always use low tumble dryer settings to dry your chef or work clothes or drip dry in shade
- using a steam iron to iron your uniforms is highly recommended so they look crisp and sharp when you're ready to start your day