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KC-451 Kanetsune Seki Sword point Yanagiba series Honyaki Yanagiba 300mm

KC-451 Kanetsune Seki Sword point Yanagiba series Honyaki Yanagiba 300mm



Outlet Sale ! 50% Off !!!

1,957.00-(Knife w/ scabbard, KC-662)   —> 978.50

1,729.00-(Knife Only)  —> 864.50


Kanetsune Special made Yanagiba

This is one of special made Kanetsune Yanagiba Hocho. Unlike other Yanagiba hocho, this one has a sword-shape tip that might make knife enthusiast think of traditional Japanese Samurai swords. The bolster is made from dark-colored buffalo horn shaped into octagon shape so as its ebony-made handle.This Yanagiba is not for everybody, only for some people who appreciates the beauty of Japanese cutleries. You can get what you see in the picture.

◆This is a Honyaki knife.

The one forged from single high carbon steel. The blade is much harder than other Kasumi knife (laminated blade, or the one made out of two steel materials.) or regular Western style kitchen knives.
Honyaki hocho is very difficult to make and hard to maintain and use. Due to its hardness, it is not recommend for everybody, only the people who know how to handles genuine traditional Japanese Hocho.

◆If you would like to order a Saya (a scabbard), please place an order when you order the knife. Due to a slight difference in each knife, we do not sell a Saya separately. The Saya for KC-451 is hand-made of all Ebony wood, item # is KC-662.  ◆Pleae note that this should be a special order item, so we do not have this knife in stock. We will start production once we receive the total payment. It will take approximately 30days to complete the production. But now in stock !!!



NameKanetsune Seki Sword point Yanagiba series Honyaki Yanagiba 300mm
Blade SteelShirogami (High Carbon Steel) Honyaki-style
Handle MaterialEbony wood with water Buffalo horn bolster
Blade TypeYanagiba (One-side edge) for right-hander use
Blade FinishHand-Polished
Blade Length(mm)300mm (11.8")
Country of OriginMade in Japan
with or without Saya