The Misono Swedish Steel series features steel from Sandvic Sweden
which is high carbon steel that takes a steep edge and is easy to re-sharpen.
The large knives also come with an attractive engraving that make these knives unique. On the smaller knives up to 210mm the knives come with a flower engraving and on the larger knives over 210mm the knives come with a very interesting and beautiful dragon engraving.
Please note that these are carbon steel blades and they will oxidize over time. This is normal for this type of steel. They will also rust if left wet so dry them after each use. Some users apply a bit of oil to the knife after drying to keep the knife from rusting.
Good Little Knife. I Bought One Of These For My Father And Its More Of An Intermediate Santoku. I Have To Be Honest Owning And Using Shun Kaji’s Daily As Well As Several Custom Made Knives From Japan. I’d Have To Say Its Not A $300-$400+ Knife By Any Means But It Will Take Your Finger Off Very Easily Right Out Of The Box. Its A Pretty Sweet Knife For The Kitchen At Home Or Someone On The Line. Buy This Knife If Your Thinking About Buying A German Knife. Think Twice This Is Affordable And Overall A+++
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By: Tom G
A solidly constructed knife that cuts really well. This knife is a snap to re-sharpen,as you get tangible feedback and "feel" from the Swedish carbon steel. It does oxidise quickly,so washing and drying after use is important.