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Tamahagane San Tsubame 3 1/2 inch Paring Knife

Tamahagane San Tsubame 3 1/2 inch Paring Knife

Item ID: TM-SNH-1109
$145.00
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The Tamahagane San Tsubame 3.5 inch paring knife is a small knife that's easy to use and perfect for cutting fruits and vegetables. The blade and handle each have a unique and attractive appearance that you'll love. The blade has a hammered finish and the handle is made from laminated hardwood with a full tang that extends all the way to the end of the knife. The tang gives this knife great balance. This paring knife from Tamahagane also keeps its super-sharp edge for longer thanks to its hard VG5 steel core that's clad with stainless steel on each side. Tamahagane knives are made in Niigata, Japan.

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This amazing paring knife by Tamahagane looks beautiful and helps you easily cut small fruits and vegetables.
  • Quick chopping because of its sharp blade, sharpened to 14-15 degrees
  • Beautiful, balanced, and laminated hardwood handle with full tang
  • Easy resharpening thanks to the thin VG5 core and soft SUS410 stainless steel sides
  • Blade measures 3.5 inches long, 8.25 inches with handle
  • Core layer of the knife is made from hard VG5 steel
  • Resistant to damage because of an additional layer of SUS410 stainless steel clad to the VG5 core.
  • Beautiful hammered appearance on the blade.
  • VG5 core has a rockwell hardness of 61.
  • Laminated hardwood handle.
  • Crafted in Niigata, Japan
  • Comes with a lifetime manufacturer's warranty with normal use and proper care

UPC: 4906496716097

Brand: Tamahagane
  • MetroKitchen.com recommends washing your knives by hand; then immediately drying them. Do not let your knives soak in water.
  • Avoid cleaners containing bleach or citrus extracts, as they may stain the surface of your knives.
  • For longer lasting knives, cut on a wooden cutting board. Cutting on hard surfaces such as stone, metal or glass quickly dulls blades.
  • To maintain a sharper cutting edge, use a sharpening steel, preferably each time after using your knives.
  • It's best to store your Tamahagane knife so the edge and your fingers are protected, preferably in a block or in-drawer knife tray.
  • We suggest using a meat cleaver when you need to cut through bone, otherwise you can damage your knife blade.
  • Crafted in Niigata, Japan
  • Comes with a lifetimes warranty with normal use and proper care

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