Yamashin Blue #2 Kobocho 105mm. They can, of course, be used in other circumstances based upon your needs and likes. These are stout and stiff blades with a really nice geometry and feature a well-made distal taper from the heel to the fine tip.
Considering the very low price point, this knife is well made in terms of grinds and profile.
We supply it with a very nice upgraded handle made from red sandalwood and dyed pakka wood for the ferrule.
Location: Tosa, Japan
Construction: San Mai, Hammer Forged
Core Edge Steel: Hitachi Blue #2
Cladding: Soft Iron
Weight: 2.6 oz/ 74g
Blade Length: 105mm
Overall Length: 229m
Spine Thickness at Heel: 2.5 mm
Blade Height at Heel: 37 mm
Grind: Double Bevel (See Choil Shot)
Handle: Red Sandalwood
Ferrule: Colored Pakka Wood
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