The Tsunehisa SRS13 Nakiri
occupies a sweet spot between a gyuto
and a large petty. It is a great all-around knife fulfilling the primary cutting roles in many kitchens. The knife excells in push cutting, rocking, slicing and chopping. We swear you won't miss the tip!
SRS13 steel is an excellent alloy developed by Nachi-Fujikoshi Metals in Japan. It is a PM alloy that can take a really sharp edge. It can also be sharpened with relative ease. The inner core is further strengthened and protected by a fully stainless outer cladding. The blade face is adorned with some fine kanji characters engraved on the blade.
The Tsunehisa SRS13 Nakiri is fairly average in terms of size and proportions. It measures 163mm at the edge and the blade height of 52mm allows for ample board-to-hand clearance. This nakiri
is a really great all-around kitchen knife. It has a deft feel and compact dimensions which endow the knife with a great deal of versatility in its cutting capabilities.
Location: Tosa, Japan
Construction: Laser Cut San Mai
Edge Length: 163mm
Blade Height: 52mm
Weight: 152g / 5.3oz
Spine Thickness: 1.9mm
Overall Length: 310mm
Edge Grind: Even (see choil photo)
Edge Steel: SRS13 Semi Stainless Steel
Cladding: Stainless Steel
Engraving: Hand Engraved