Misono is the leading Japanese kitchen knife company in Seki-city, a Japanese sword-making capital with over 800 years of blade smithing history and traditions. Using high quality Swedish stainless steel, Misono combined their traditional technology with new technology to create this ultimate line stainless steel chef’s knives. Many people might think that a full-fledged kitchen knife is heavy. The most characteristic feature of the Misono kitchen knife is its lightness. Not only is it light, but the overall balance is also great, and it is easy to control.
The UX10 series, which can be said to be the flagship model of the Misono knife, has lightness and the sharpness of the highest rank of misono. It is made of “high-purity pure stainless steel,” which is the highest peak of Swedish special steel, and is rapidly cooled after quenching, so it is a rust-resistant knife that can be used for a lifetime. A remarkable feature is the riveted nickel silver bolster. It has increased durability and balances the weight of the blade and handle.
Salmon knives are used to slice, fillet and remove the skin from large fish. Salmon knives are slim and sharp to allow for precise filleting and skin removall. Many salmon knives also have dimpling or indentations along the surface of the blade, which reduces drag during cutting and helps to stop the raw fish from sticking to the metal.
Petty knife is most suited for cutting small ingredients, such as lemon, apples and potatoes. You can choose from three size.
Specifications of Misono No. 773 Petty Knife 150mm
|Blade||Double edged blade|
|Steel||UX10 stainless Steel|
|Blade length||150 mm|
|Full length||260 mm|