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Asaka Blue Steel Yanagiba - 6.5" (170mm)

Asaka Blue Steel Yanagiba - 6.5" (170mm)

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Asaka is one of the most respected and experienced knife makers from Japan. With more than 600 years manufacturing Samurai Katanas, now they bring to us the most amazing traditional japanese knives.

Yanagiba is a long, thin and incredibly precise knife used primarily for cutting fish, but this yanagiba knife is specially made for you. It has a double edge blade instead of the traditional single blade for easier and more versatile use, perfect for the home cook and pitmaster! 

Ideal for raw boneless pieces of meat.

Level up your knife set with this very special masterpiece.

  • Made in Japan
  • Yanagiba
  • Japanese blue steel
  • Double-edge blade for easier use
  • 6.5" (170mm)
  • Magnolia handle
  • Hand wash is recommended
  • Not dishwasher safe
  • Japanese traditional box

*Dry inmediately after cleaning or using.

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    PRODUCT INFORMATION

    Yanagiba is a long, thin and incredibly precise knife used primarily for cutting fish, but this yanagiba knife is specially made for you. It has a double edge blade instead of the traditional single blade for an easier and more versatile use, perfect for the home cook and pitmaster! 

    Ideal for raw boneless pieces of meat.

    Level up your knife set with this very special masterpiece.

    • Made in Japan
    • Yanagiba
    • Japanese blue steel
    • Double edge blade for easier use
    • 6.5" (170mm)
    • Magnolia handle
    • Hand wash is recommended
    • Not dishwasher safe
    • Japanese traditional box

    *Dry inmediately after cleaning or using.


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