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Masakage Kiri VG-10 Nakiri 165mm
Masakage Kiri VG-10 Nakiri 165mm Masakage Kiri VG-10 Nakiri 165mmMasakage Kiri VG-10 Nakiri 165mmMasakage Kiri VG-10 Nakiri 165mm
Masakage Kiri VG-10 Nakiri 165mm Masakage Kiri VG-10 Nakiri 165mmMasakage Kiri VG-10 Nakiri 165mmMasakage Kiri VG-10 Nakiri 165mm

Masakage Kiri VG-10 Nakiri 165mm

Item #: KiriNakiri

Average Customer Rating:
(5 out of 5 based on 2 reviews)

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Meaning fog or mist in Japanese, Kiri accurately describes the attractive Damascus cladding that defines the aesthetics of this 165mm nakiri from Masakage. The stainless Damascus cladding surrounds a stainless VG-10 core making upkeep a breeze. VG-10 is a purpose made cutlery steel, hardened in this knife to 61-62 HRC. The Kiri line of knives is handmade by master blacksmith Hiroshi Kato and has an excellent grind and impeccable fit and finish. The handle is magnolia wood with a striking red pakka wood ferrule.

  • Weight: 5.8 ounces
  • Blade Length: 170 mm (6.75")
  • Overall Length: 320 mm (12.5")
  • Thickness at Heel: 3.7 mm
  • Blade Height: 59.4 mm

  • Customer Reviews

    Product Reviews

    5  Incredible, November 2, 2016
    Posted By: Amatuer Chef

    I've purchased 4 knives from this website now and this is still by far my favorite. I've had it for about 5 months and used it in every single meal I've made since then, it's definitely my daily driver. After cooking on average of 2-3 times a week in the past few months, I've only just now thinned it for the first time.

    Pros:
    Absolutely gorgeous. This knife is a work of art and looks even better in person
    Comes really sharp. 8/10 sharpness out of the box
    Very easy to sharpen and get a laser edge
    I like how tall it is, great for scooping up all those veggies you just chopped up
    Very flat blade
    Very thin
    Great weight, not crazy heavy, not light
    Balance point encourages you to push cut or chop straight down

    Cons:
    I haven't used any sort of oil on the handle (My bad, not the knife's fault) and it's definitely stained. It's a little less polished of a handle than it looks in the pictures and will definitely get some stains just from your hands if you don't oil it.
    Doesn't seem to hold razor sharpness for long. I use a wooden cutting board, and I sharpen it down to a 1500 grit shapton stone. It might hold longer if I finished with a 3000 or so. I probably sharpen it every 3 uses (Just to keep it razor sharp. It's still pretty sharp after like 6 uses or more)
    No other complaints! Also, since it takes an edge so quickly it doesn't bother me to sharpen it often. We're talking like 10 minutes of work everytime. Mostly just on the 1500, sometimes using a 300 first.


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    5  Amazing, January 26, 2016
    Posted By: Matt McCloud
    2 people found this review helpful

    I have been a proud owner of this knife for a little over a year now and work in a professional kitchen that goes through cases of produce at a time. This blade did not need to be sharpened on a whetstone for almost 3 weeks after i started using it for 6-8 hours a day cutting through everything from a delicate tomato to a lg carrot. I now have to sharpen this knife on a 1000 then 6000 grit stone weekly with regular honing on my ceramic Mac honer. Amazing tool very very easy to re-sharpen.

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