Bunka knife, VG10 stainless steel, damascus finish - Saji
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After 5 years of running this business we have finally got this masters knives in. He is one of the great makers of Japan and has been awarded the distinction of living treasure. He is also one of the makers who set up Takefu knife village.
SHAPE: Bunka. A small knife very similar in stature and use to the Santoku. The main difference is the slopping tip or k tip. This is often used for fine intricate work and looks badass.
STEEL: VG10. A premium high carbon Japanese Stainless steel capable of impressive hardness.
FINISH: Damascus or Suminigashi. This type of finish is made by repeatedly folding two different steels until they create the twisted and folded pattern. Generally speaking this is then used as a cladding so doesn’t affect the knife physically except for the looks
HANDLE: Octagonal ebony wood handle with buffalo horn ferrule and end cap.
LENGTH: 165mm in length.
MAKER: Saji - Takefu, Japan
BEST FOR: Owning something that not many other people do.
SAUNDERS SAYS: "Crikey, those handles."
These knives are hand-forged so there may be slight variations in measurements and finishes.