Nenox Cutlery, known for its Nenohi Original (also known as Nenox) knives, was established in 1975 and has continued to provide the finest quality cutlery at their store in the world renowned Tsukiji Market since 1999. Nenohi applies the skills and techniques of traditional Japanese knife crafting to Western style knives, with great attention to detail in each step of the production process. Nenox knives are made with a confidential blend of high carbon stain resistant steel, which undergoes a sub-zero manufacturing process to
ensure a durable edge. The finegrainsteelalsoallowsfor a very fineedge.Much of the process is done by hand, and all of the knives are hand inspected before they are shipped. From the high carbon stainless blades to the ergonomic design and luxurious handle, these knives are a testament to quality. Nenohi’s Nenox knives are loved and admired by chefs worldwide.
Desert Ironwood is made from 50 to 100 year old carbonized roots from the Southwest deserts of the United States and Mexico. While dead the wood/root have carbonized and hardened hence giving it the term ironwood.The lovely dark brown wooden handle allows for a vintage look without sacrificing practicality.
Purpose of Gyuto & Petty
The gyutou is a versatile chef's knife. It can be used for cutting meat, fish and vegetables, making it suitable for preparing Western cuisine. Lightweight and thin, Japanese chef knives have a sharper blade and maintain their sharpness longer than most other chef knives.
The petty is a smaller chef knife that makes it a convenient size for peeling and other delicate work.