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Mukimono

The Mukimono , with a pointed tip, is even thinner than a traditional Usuba . It is used for peeling vegetables, as well as for intricate carving and cutting of vegetables and fruit for decorative purposes.

Wooden Knife Saya Cover for Mukimono Knife 180mm (7.1")

81547
$31.00

This wooden saya fits to a Mukimono Knife under 180mm (7.1")• Material:Wood• Size: 180mm (7.1")• Coming with a pin *Please be advised that each wooden saya cover's fit varies slightly due to the natural factors (humidity,...

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Sakai Takayuki Inox AUS-10 Mukimono 180mm (7.1") Wa-Handle

99138
$140.00

SpecificationsStyle : MukimonoLength : 180mm (7.1")Weight : 4.8 ozBlade Steel Type : AUS-10 InoxHandle material : (Hō) Japanese MagnoliaBolster material : Water Buffalo HornHRC : 58-59Bevel Angle Ratio : Single bevelCover : Not includedSakai Takayuki's...

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Nenohi Kaede Mukimono 180mm (7.1")

90241
$679.00

SpecificationsStyle : MukimonoLength : 180mm (7.1")Weight : 4.16 ozSpecial Feature : KyomenBlade Steel Type : High Carbon Rust-Resistant SteelHandle material : (Hō) Japanese MagnoliaBolster material : Water Buffalo HornHRC : 61Bevel Angle Ratio : Single...

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Tsukiji Masamoto White Steel 1 Kasumi Mukimono 180mm (7.1")

81513
$280.00

Kasumi knives like this mukimono are produced by hand-forging high-carbon steel (white steel) with iron. The carbon steel becomes the knife's cutting edge while the iron forms the spine and body of the blade. This combination of Steel Types creates a...

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