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Murata Buho Funayuki 165mm
Item #Buho Funi
Regular price:$84.95
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Takeo Murata is a blacksmith from Kochi Japan. His knives have a good reputation for quality and he uses top shelf aogami blue paper steel for his knives (blue #1 steel) with HRC of 61-63. These knives have a nice kurouchi finish with really nice octagonal handles. These knives are sold under the brand name Buho.

  • weight: 4.0oz
  • blade length: 167mm
  • total length: 305mm
  • spine thickness at base: 3.65mm
  • blade height at base: 43.92mm
  • Average rating is 4.6
    5.0
    By:  Bill B
    CT.
    Light as feather and sharp as a razor out of the box. Very handy blade shape. I use it as a small gyuto or large petty for vege prep. Good fit and finish. Great value!
    0.3
    5.0
    By:  Bill B
    Norwalk Ct
    Light as a feather and sharpe as a razor out of the box. Nice wood handle,very nice blade with a smooth Kurochi finish. Great grind makes this a handy small gyuto or large petty. Great for doing delicate prep on smaller veges. I have been using it for over two weeks and the edge is as sharpe as I the day I got it. Blue #1 should sharpen up very well. Great quality and a real bargain. Buy it!
    0.3
    4.0
    By:  Kulin F
    MI
    This is a versatile knife and very useful during service. It wasn’t extremely sharp out of the box,but a couple passes on the stone set it right. The handle is very comfortable in the hand and looks great,too. I am very satisfied with this purchase and,as always,the customer service was awesome. Thanks CK2G!
    0.3
    4.0
    By:  Joseph
    Rozario
    This knife is a surprising deal. Fit,finish,and handle are average,but performs well right alongside the Nenox s1 and Takeda’s (which I have both) on the line.
    0.3
    5.0
    By:  Ken
    West Palm Beach,Florida
    I use it to cut protein on the griddle. Very sharp,light weight and good edge retention but the handle might little bit slippery when your hand is oily/wet,but overall it’s good knife.
    0.3



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