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The Shoso blade is forged from 5CR15MoV stainless steel with a hardness of 56 (±1) HRC, which guarantees a high and uniform level of hardness as well as long-lasting cutting durability. Their convex grind gives the knives a stable cutting edge - ideal for a clean and precise cut. The matt finish highlights the cool elegance of the knife.

The matt handle made of stainless 18-8 steel is particularly robust, and ensures professional handling thanks to its symmetrical elliptical shape. The integrated diamond pattern provides a secure and comfortable grip while cutting. The seamless transition from handle to blade emphasises the clearly defined lines of the knives.

Seki Magoroku Shoso

Nakiri

AB-5168

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Utility knife | AB-5163
Bread knife | AB-5167
Nakiri | AB-5168
Paring knife | AB-5170
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Knife set | 51S-300
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Blade 6.5" (16,5 cm),
Handle 13 cm

EUR 74,95

Recommended retail price
of the producer

Product information

Type: Nakiri
Series: Seki Magoroku Shoso
Article no: AB-5168

Blade: Length 16,5 cm
Handle: Length 13 cm

Handle material: 18-8 stainless steel

Weight: 155 g

Production: Industrially made
Rockwell hardness: 56 (±1) HRC
EAN 4901601177503
Category: Professional Series

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Type: Nakiri
Series: Seki Magoroku Shoso
Article no: AB-5168

Blade: Length 16,5 cm
Handle: Length 13 cm

Handle material: 18-8 stainless steel

Weight: 155 g

Production: Industrially made
Rockwell hardness: 56 (±1) HRC
EAN 4901601177503
Category: Professional Series

Questions about the product?
Contact us!
Cleaning

Rinse the knives in hot water before using them for the first time. After each use, make sure that the knives are washed without delay (with a mild detergen) and dried off with a soft cloth. Acidic foods in particular should be rinsed off immediately after use.

For your own safety, you should always wipe the knife away from your body and away from the cutting edge with a cloth or towel.

Knives do not belong in the dishwasher, under any circumstances. Always wash the knives by hand in order to protect the material and maintain long-lasting sharpness.
Sharpening & Care

Ensure that all knives with natural wooden handles do not remain in water too long. Oil the handle from time to time with a little neutral vegetable or camellia oil.

It is also advisable to have the knives professionally resharpened from time to time to repair signs of wear on the cutting edge and to ensure lasting sharpness.

Due to the high degree of hardness of our knives, sharpening steels are completely unsuitable. From the traditional whetstone to a complete electric system, our range offers the right tool for each of our knives.

For the professional handling of our grinding range we inform you here.
Storing

When storing the knives, make sure that the blade does not come into contact with other metallic objects. This way, common causes of damage and staining can be avoided.

The best way to store the knives is in a knife block, in a wooden drawer insert, on a wooden magnetic knife rack, or in the drawer with a blade guard or sheath.

Nakiri

Nakiri

Made in Japan

VG MAX steel with a hardness of 61 (±1) HRC forms the entire blade's core right up to its edge. Sheathed in 32 layers of Damascus steel, the knife embodies a peerless anatomy paired with a resilient blade that is both hard and flexible at once due to its hybrid composition. The Shun Classic blades have a double-sided edge.

The slim handle made of durable pakkawood is fashioned in a traditional Japanese chestnut shape. High quality resins added to the wood make the material particularly resilient and resistant to moisture. Its typical chestnut shape ensures a comfortable and secure grip whilst cutting, thanks to a small rim on its right side. The integrated tang boosts stability and balance.

Seki Magoroku Shoso

Nakiri

AB-5168

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Paring knife | DM-0700
Utility knife | DM-0701
Santoku | DM-0702
Carving knife | DM-0703
Slicing knife | DM-0704
Bread knife | DM-0705
Chef's knife | DM-0706
Chef's knife | DM-0707
Carving fork | DM-0709
Boning knife | DM-0710
Steak knife | DM-0711
Vegetable knife | DM-0714
Peeling knife | DM-0715
Utility knife | DM-0716
Wide Santoku | DM-0717
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Blade 6.5" (16,5 cm),
Handle 13 cm

EUR 74,95

Recommended retail price
for Germany

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