Nakiri's are perfect for chopping vegetables. Their flat profile allows the entire cutting edge to contact the board when using and up and down chopping motion and the height from cutting edge to spine gives the user lots of space for their knuckles. We love the look of this knife, the magnolia handle with the rosewood ferrule contrasts beautifully with the kurouchi finish on the blade making for a visually striking tool.
Kaishin knives are forged by a small group of blacksmiths in Tosa city, Japan. We're a big fan of these knives as we feel they offer great value for your money. Made from beautiful steel they have a rustic feel and are quite light even when compared to other Japanese knives.