Yo-Deba (Fish Knife)

The Yo-Deba literally means “Western Deba” and these knives have a double-bevel edge, making it ideal for cutting through lobster and crab shells. Like the Deba, which is the Japanese style fish knife used for butchering fish, the Yo-Deba also has a thick blade and considerable weight, which makes it ideal for cutting through fish bones and filleting large fish.

Haku Inox Yo-Deba 210mm (8.2")


SpecificationsManufacturer : Haku *Engineered by NenohiStyle : YoDebaLength : 210mm (8.2")Weight : 11.8 ozBlade Steel Type : High Carbon Inox SteelHandle material : POM ResinHRC : 58*Bevel Angle Ratio : 60/40Cover : Not includedAbout Haku KnivesNenohi,...

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Sakai Takayuki Inox Yo-Deba 210mm (8.2")

Sakai Takayuki Inox Yo-Deba 210mm (8.2")

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SpecificationsStyle : Yo-debaLength : 210mm (8.2")Weight : 12 ozBlade Steel Type : InoxHandle material : POM ResinHRC : 58Bevel Angle Ratio : 70/30Cover : Not includedBlade & HandleAoki Hamono applies their expertise in crafting traditional knives to...

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