|•||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|
|•||Primarily used to cut fish and also meat|
|•||Hand washing recommended with warm soapy water|
|•||Made in Japan|
The Chroma Haiku Deba Knife is also known as smaller pointed Japanese carving knife primarily used to cut fish, though can also cut meat. Designed to behead and fillet fish. The thickness on the back of the heel allows to cut off the heads of fish without damage. The rest of the blade is then used to ride against the fish bones, separating the fillet. 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.