|•||Sharp blade is constructed of molybdenum vanadium stainless steel|
|•||X50 Cr 54 Rockwell hardness; made with ancient Samurai-sword crafting techniques|
|•||Blades are sharpened, polished, and mounted with a natural Honoki wood handle|
|•||Serrated edge enables for effortless cutting through crusty or tough foods|
|•||Hand washing recommended with warm soapy water|
|•||Made in Japan|
The Chroma Haiku Bread Knife features a strong, serrated blade that allows for cutting without squeezing or damaging food. The serrated edges are ideal for anything with a tough skin or crust, allowing the soft interior to be protected through each slice. Use for slicing all types of breads, as well as large fruits such as cantaloupes, pineapples or watermelon. The sharp blade is constructed of molybdenum vanadium stainless steel with a X50 Cr 54 Rockwell hardness. The blade is sharpened, polished, and mounted with a natural Honoki wood handle and meguki bamboo pin inserted into the side of the handle, as in the ancient process of the Samurai-sword. Hand washing recommended with warm soapy water. Made in Japan.