|Ship Weight||.4 lbs.|
|Edge Type||Straight Edge|
|Knife Style||Nakiri Knife|
|Metal Type||High Carbon Stainless Steel|
|Steel Shaping Method||Stamped|
Japanese-style cutlery has some noticeably different characteristics from its Western counterparts, the primary differences being found in the blade. It generally features a blade that is thinner and more flexible, making it better for both accuracy and precision. They are also more lightweight and more ergonomic than Western-style blades. Update International has captured some of these characteristics in their 7” Nakiri knife (JK-03). The knife features high-carbon stainless steel with molybdenum vanadium for increased flexibility and a POM handle that resists corrosion. It is ideal for dicing and chopping vegetables, as it has minimal horizontal push or pull.