Hand-crafted in Chiba Japan, Kogetsu knives are a high performing work-horse of outstanding value. Shirogami #1 steel (the sharpest) with stainless cladding for ease of maintenance. They are quite tall with a bit more weight behind them than most, they are still thin at the edge with good cutting performance. Their rustic appeal is something we personally love but keep in mind finish levels are a little lower than some, more than acceptable at this price.
- Kogetsu Japanese Knife
- Goko Hamono - Chiba, Japan
- 120mm Petty (Utility) Knife
- Shirogami (White) #1
- Soft Stainless Clad
- Nashiji Finish
- Japanese WA Style Handle:
- Oak Timber
- Purpleheart Ferrule
- Hand-Crafted in Japan
- 253mm Overall Length / 122mm Blade Edge Length / 2.4mm Blade Thickness / 30mm Blade Height / 68g
* As these knives are hand-made, small variation to size and colour may occur.
* The edge of this knife will change colour (patina) in use, it requires a small amount of care to prevent surface rust. This knife is stainless clad, so only the cutting edge is high carbon.
Japanese Kitchen Knife | Petty & Paring Knives
Petty knives are narrow but can range quite widely in length, from smaller profiles that can be used as paring knives, through to longer models that verge on Sujihiki (Japanese slicing knives). Whatever size you choose, the petty knife is extremely useful in the kitchen, the perfect partner to your Gyuto.