Our opinion about this product
A premium quality stainless teel knife, Kiya’s No.333 Petty 150 mm is on of the most versatile additions to anyone kitchen knife block. Its sharp edge extends the entire length of the blade body, tapering to a fine point tip that creates an excellent puncture point. An excellent example of the outstanding knife making art in Japan.
The 8A stainless steel series remains one of the most popular choices for knife makers because it is easy to sharpen and it is resistant to corrosion. The renowned blade makers of Kiya have been manufacturing knife blades since 1793 and with them the 8A stainless steel is in very good hands The steel has a carbon content close to 0,75% and holds sharpness really well for stainless steel. The added vanadium provides extra durability. We guarantee that with a little care, this knife will last a lifetime.
8A Stainless steel blade Laminated Ebony wood handles Blade length: 150 mm
Made in Japan
A premium quality stainless teel knife, Kiya's No.333 Petty 150 mm is on of the most versatile additions to anyone kitchen knife block. Its sharp edge... read more
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Kiya has a distinguished history of making quality kitchen knives since Isuke Kato opened the first Kiya store in Japan in 1792.
Here at Okzident we selected two ends of the Kiya production spectrum, a company known for fusing traditional methods with the newest ‘high tech’ available. On the traditional side we selected the Danjuro series of two essential Japanese knives, the Shobu and Nakiri knives, suited for the smoothest sashimi and vegetable cuts respectively. These amazing pieces of true craftmanship have been made out of several layers of forged Super Blue “Aogami” steel with a super high carbon content for the best edge retention. Blue steel knives however demand a little bit of special care to keep them sharp and protection from corrosion.
We also selected the 333 series from Kiya, one of the ‘faces’ of the company, being a best seller for over 60 years. With its classic European kitchen knife lines it blends the best of both worlds resulting in a familiar knife with the outstanding quality we’ve come to admire from Japanese production methods.