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Urushi Petty Hocho, Japanese Fruit Hocho Knife, Petty Knife

Urushi Petty Hocho, Japanese Fruit Hocho Knife, Petty Knife

$290.00 Regular Price
$260.00Sale Price

Aesthetically pleasing, excellent sharpness! 
Urushi Petty Hocho is a culinary masterpiece – a combination of a fine chef’s blade with ancient Japanese traditional lacquerware. Japanese lacquerware has been prized since ancient times. Our artisans have combined this beautiful art form with a high quality chromium molybdenum steel blade to create unique knives suitable for both professional and home chefs. Our wood handles are finished with a layer of fine mother-of-pearl flecks, underneath many layers of Urushi lacquer, taking up to six weeks to complete. Combined with rust-proof, chromium molybdenum steel blades, these beautiful chef’s knives are presented in a black gift box.

-Excellent sharpness! 
-Finished with Urushi lacquer on Japanese famous Sugimoto Hocho
-Each Urushi-Hocho is hand-crafted in Japan
-Every piece is unique
-Sugimoto Hocho Japan is a topnotch master class knife manufacturer. Sugimoto is well-known as the preferred knife used by the majority of restaurant chefs in Japan!
-See product image for size, 2.65 ounces
-Material Rust-resistant special alloy steel

  • Info

    Urushi Hocho is a culinary masterpiece – a combination of a fine chef’s blade with ancient Japanese traditional lacquerware.

    Japanese lacquerware has been prized since ancient times. Our artisans have combined this beautiful art form with a high quality chromium molybdenum steel blade to create unique knives suitable for both professional and home chefs. 

    Our wood handles are finished with fine gold or silver powders, gold leaf, or mother-of-pearl flecks under layers of Urushi lacquer, taking up to six weeks to complete. Combined with rust-proof, chromium molybdenum steel blades, these beautiful chef’s knives are presented in a gorgeous black gift box.

    *Urushi lacquer is derived from the sap of the ancient Urushi tree. For more than 9000 years it has been used to create a varnish for dishware, utensils, furniture, and art. Urushi is food-safe and does not deteriorate with age. It is resistant to a variety of alkaline substances, alcohol, acids, water, and heat. The Urushi lacquerware technique is a treasured and highly respected ancient Japanese lacquering art form.

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