Korin Ginsan-ko Yanagi 11.8"

SKU: HKR-G3YA-300
Size: 11.8" (300 mm)
$498.00

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Features

Style:Yanagi

Steel Type:Stain-Resistant Steel

Steel Material:Ginsanko

Classification:-

Saya Cover:Magnolia Wooden Cover Included

Knife Bevel:Single Sided

Handle Material:Japanese Yew Wood

Bolster Material:Water Buffalo Horn (Bolsters are made from natural horn therefore colors may vary)

HRC:60

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For Left-Handed Customers

  • Left-handed blades must be special ordered from Japan, and will cost 50% more than the right-handed blades. Due to how each traditional Japanese knife is handmade by right handed craftsmen, it will take 4 to 6 weeks to forge and deliver.

About Korin Ginsanko 
The Korin Ginsanko series is a great stain-resistant series that provides the feel and sharpness of a high carbon steel knife. Very well suited for chefs that deal with high volume as well as chefs in very humid climates. Each knife is fitted with a Octagonal Yew handle to provide comfort and quality. Every knife in this series is provided by Suisin and each knife is hand crafted in Sakai.  
About Korin 
Drawing from a tradition of Japanese craftsmanship and meticulous attention to detail, the collections at Korin showcase exceptional sharpness and time-tested durability. We are dedicated to bringing the highest quality Japanese knives to your kitchen, so you can experience the unparalleled quality of Japanese craftsmanship in your home or restaurant.
Purpose of Yanagi 
The yanagi is used to slice boneless fish fillets into sashimi and toppings for sushi. The graceful, long and thin blade is designed to cut slices in one drawing stroke, which applies minimal pressure on the flesh of the fish to avoid stress and cell destruction. Different cutting techniques are used with the yanagi to enhance the aesthetics and the flavors of the fish. There are several variations of fish slicers that are all used in different situations and regions, however the yanagi style is the most widely used. Originated in Kansai (Osaka) region.
Left-handed knives are not available for this line.

Country of Origin: Japan