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Kohetsu Blue #2 Nashiji Petty 135mm
Kohetsu Blue #2 Nashiji Petty 135mm Kohetsu Blue #2 Nashiji Petty 135mmKohetsu Blue #2 Nashiji Petty 135mmKohetsu Blue #2 Nashiji Petty 135mm
Kohetsu Blue #2 Nashiji Petty 135mm Kohetsu Blue #2 Nashiji Petty 135mmKohetsu Blue #2 Nashiji Petty 135mmKohetsu Blue #2 Nashiji Petty 135mm

Kohetsu Blue #2 Nashiji Petty 135mm

Item #: SAN-P135

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(4.5 out of 5 based on 3 reviews)

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The Kohetsu line of knives was made with line cooks in mind. These affordable knives are made with top-of-the-line Hitachi Blue #2 steel with excellent heat treatment and very nice grinds with a simple but durable handle. The mirror finished edge will be reactive, but the rest of the knife is clad in stainless steel. Kohetsu loosely translates to "be happy" in Japanese and we hope these knives will make you happy for years to come. Made in Japan exclusively for Chefknivestogo.

  • Weight: 2.8 ounces
  • Blade Length: 135 mm (5.375")
  • Overall Length: 255 mm (10")
  • Thickness at Heel: 3.4 mm
  • Blade Height: 30.8 mm
  • Handle: Walnut Octagonal
  • Ferrule: Black Pakka Wood



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      Great utility knife, September 30, 2019
    Posted By: Peter - verified customer

    I use this knife at my restaurant as a general utility knife. It stands up to pretty much everything I throw at it and stays razor sharp. Fantastic little knife, would buy again.

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      Wonderful blade with a little tlc, July 12, 2016
    Posted By: ryan - verified customer

    As other reviewers have mentioned, this knife is on the thick side for a petty if you're looking for the petit sujihiki kind of thing. I opened the knife up with some serious thinning. Raising the shinogi and adding more taper at the tip took some elbow grease but went smoothly due to a nice, even grind. This thing is among my most used knives now-- I love the stainless cladding for a busy service and citrus work, and find it just tall enough for board work. Have also been surprisingly impressed with the edge retention. This would make a decent bird knife stock, in lieu of a dedicated honesuki. I have other blades I turn to for the most delicate work, though this blade is no slouch after just a little work. Worth a look, though there may be something else to suit your needs better out of the box.

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      Great Knife for the Price , February 20, 2015
    Posted By: Kyle - verified customer

    For the price this knife is excellent it takes a super sharp edge thanks to the blue

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