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Messermeister - Asian Precision 10" Sushi or Yanagiba Knife - DN-1010

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  • Messermeister - Asian Precision 10" Sushi or Yanagiba Knife - DN-1010
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Messermeister - Asian Precision 10" Sushi or Yanagiba Knife - DN-1010

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The Messermeister Asian Precision 10" Sushi or Yanagiba Knife knife has a long, narrow, single edge, pointed blade that is traditionally used to prepare sashimi, sushi, slice raw fish and seafood. The best way to use this knife is by pulling it through the meat, not sawing or pushing, to create a clean and uniform slice. This is a great knife for any at home or professional sushi/seafood chef.

  • One-piece, fully stamped
  • Ergonomic balance
  • Full tang
  • 3 Rivet construction
  • Paper pakkawood composite handle
  • 57-58 Rockwell
  • Made in Seki, Japan

Usage

  • The single edged blade is generally used with a pull cut technique and is used to cut (straight or on a bias) raw fish. The long heavy blade allows for a longer pull cut with less pressure, which helps to hold the shape of the fragile raw fish.

Asian Precision is Messermeister's traditional Japanese knife line manufactured in Seki. The Rockwell hardness of the Asian Precision series is 57-58. This is slightly harder than Messermeister's German cutlery, staying with Japanese cutlery tradition.

Messermeister Canada

Messermeister is shipped free across Canada on orders over $99. Since 1981 Messermeister has been made of the finest German steel, and made in Solingen, Germany. Messermeister offers over 600 different knives and knife related products to choose from, including chef's knives to butcher knives and even Japanese knives that are made in Seiki, Japan.

Additional Information

Manufacturer Messermeister
Model DN-1010
Item Condition new
Knife Length 10"
Product Weight 0.7
Series Asian Precision
Warranty Lifetime
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Description

The Messermeister Asian Precision 10" Sushi or Yanagiba Knife knife has a long, narrow, single edge, pointed blade that is traditionally used to prepare sashimi, sushi, slice raw fish and seafood. The best way to use this knife is by pulling it through the meat, not sawing or pushing, to create a clean and uniform slice. This is a great knife for any at home or professional sushi/seafood chef.

  • One-piece, fully stamped
  • Ergonomic balance
  • Full tang
  • 3 Rivet construction
  • Paper pakkawood composite handle
  • 57-58 Rockwell
  • Made in Seki, Japan

Usage

  • The single edged blade is generally used with a pull cut technique and is used to cut (straight or on a bias) raw fish. The long heavy blade allows for a longer pull cut with less pressure, which helps to hold the shape of the fragile raw fish.

Asian Precision is Messermeister's traditional Japanese knife line manufactured in Seki. The Rockwell hardness of the Asian Precision series is 57-58. This is slightly harder than Messermeister's German cutlery, staying with Japanese cutlery tradition.

Messermeister Canada

Messermeister is shipped free across Canada on orders over $99. Since 1981 Messermeister has been made of the finest German steel, and made in Solingen, Germany. Messermeister offers over 600 different knives and knife related products to choose from, including chef's knives to butcher knives and even Japanese knives that are made in Seiki, Japan.

Specifications

Additional Information

Manufacturer Messermeister
Model DN-1010
Item Condition new
Knife Length 10"
Product Weight 0.7
Series Asian Precision
Warranty Lifetime

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