Noboru Nishine / Japanese traditional Kennata knife Single edge 130 mm from Akita Japan

It is a Japanese traditional Kennata knife made by Noboru Nishine in Akita Prefecture.This knife was born from the technique that the blade and handle parts were cut out from one piece of metal, with a special anvil and hammer.There is a slight gap in the steering wheel, absorbing the grip force to grasp the force ente...Read more

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Description

It is a Japanese traditional Kennata knife made by Noboru Nishine in Akita Prefecture.
This knife was born from the technique that the blade and handle parts were cut out from one piece of metal, with a special anvil and hammer.
There is a slight gap in the steering wheel, absorbing the grip force to grasp the force enters, and the impact at the moment of biting into an object is not directly transmitted to the wrist.

Total length : 260 mm
Blade length : 130 mm
Thickness : About 4 mm
Weight :250g
Blade and Handle Material: Carbon steel
Sheath: Wood (Akita cedar)
Made in Japan

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