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Okeya Ginsan Folding Kogatana 60mm
Okeya Ginsan Folding Kogatana 60mm Okeya Ginsan Folding Kogatana 60mmOkeya Ginsan Folding Kogatana 60mm
Okeya Ginsan Folding Kogatana 60mm Okeya Ginsan Folding Kogatana 60mmOkeya Ginsan Folding Kogatana 60mm

Okeya Ginsan Folding Kogatana 60mm

Item #: JHG-F027

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This is a really interesting and useful knife! Kogatanas are small, handy knives for multi-purpose uses such as cutting and whittling, and some cooks use them as utility knives. This particular one makes a great and unique pocket knife.

The construction is a hammer forged san-mai style cladding of Ginsan steel hagane with a soft stainless steel jigane. The cladding then receives a really great looking pebble finish. Talk about character! The simple oval ho wood handle mates perfectly with the blade and allows the knife to be sold at a super low price.

Ginsan steel is a great alloy for knives, given its highly stainless and tough overall characteristics. It is also known as Silver 3, and is used in many high end knife lines including Suisin, Sukenari, and Konosuke. Its amazing that the artisans at Okeya can come up with a knife using such high end materials, great looks, and grinds at such bargain prices. We love it, and think you will too.

  • Blacksmith: Fujiwara San
  • Brand: Okeya
  • Location: Miki, Japan
  • Weight: 3oz
  • Cutting Edge Length: 61mm
  • Total Length, Blade Open: 230mm
  • Total Length, Blade Closed: 140mm
  • Spine Thickness: 2mm
  • Blade Height: 25mm
  • Steel: Ginsan Stainless Steel

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    5  Okeya folding knife, September 7, 2020
    Posted By: Josh - verified customer

    Bought as a novelty and to practice my sharpening technique. Once the edge is gotten razor sharp (it's good steel and takes only some patience) I've found it indispensable as a kitchen tool supplement to traditional chef knives. Makes short work of tomatoes, garlic, whatever. Chef Knives has been my 'go-to' for quite some time, I'm never disappointed.

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