Misono MV Honesuki (Maru) 145mm
Misono is the leading Japanese kitchen knife company in Seki-city, a Japanese sword-making capital with over 800 years of blade smithing history and traditions. Using high quality Swedish stainless steel, Misono combined their traditional technology with new technology to create this ultimate line stainless steel chef's knives. Many people might think that a full-fledged kitchen knife is heavy. The most characteristic feature of the Misono kitchen knife is its lightness. Not only is it light, but the overall balance is also great, and it is easy to control.
The features of the Misono molybdenum series are that it is made of molybdenum steel, has a long sharpness, and is easy to sharpen. It has excellent maintainability and is easy to use at home. The affordable price range is also attractive. It is a popular series with a good balance of price, sharpness and maintainability.
There are two types of boning knives in Japan: round type and square type. The round type developed in the west area of Japan (Kyoto, Osaka) and the square type developed in the east area (Tokyo). Other kitchen knives such as Nakiri, vegetable knives have different cultures in the west and east.
Edge Angle: Asymmetrical Double Bevel (Recommended for right-handed users)
Blade Length: 145mm
Total Length: 260mm
Steel: Molybdenum Vanadium
Handle: Black Pakka Wood
Saya/ Sheath: Not included
Corrosion Resistance: Stainless