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The Sujihiki Knife - Red Handle - Koi Knives
The Sujihiki Knife - Red Handle - Koi Knives
The Sujihiki Knife - Red Handle - Koi Knives
The Sujihiki Knife - Red Handle - Koi Knives
The Sujihiki Knife - Red Handle - Koi Knives

The Sujihiki Knife - Red Handle

The Sushikiri knife is a long sharp blade specifically built for slicing. The sharpness and length of the blade on a sushikiri (similar to Yanagabi) allows it's holder to slice through a large piece of fish or steak in a single motion.

As said by a famous Japanese lady "The final stroke of a dish should be the same as the movement of a bow over a violin in an orchestra - one smooth movement." This prevents damage and ensures smooth clean finish on the fish (or whatever else you are cutting).

The sushikiri is a double sided knife which is easier and more versatile than a Yanagiba (single beveled) so unless you are Yanagiba obsessed it it most likely the knife for you to finalize your dish as beautiful as when you begun. 

A very good question. Here's a short answer.

What not to do?

Don't put it in the dishwasher or leave it in a sink full of water as this can lead to corrosion. We also recommend against cutting on a glass chopping board as this is terrible for the blade (can lead to chipping).

What to do?

Our knives have a high carbon concentration meaning they are harder at the edge. This means less honing is needed (i.e. sharpening with your rod at home or in the kitchen).

With this type of steel you should have it sharpened by a sharpener (ideally on a whetstone to stop the steel heating). How often varies depending on usage however most people do it every 3-6 months.

To summarize, less honing and more stoning.

If you need help finding a sharpener near you give us a bell and we will do our best to assist.

 

To keep this simple we are happy to refund or replace any issues for 10 years.

Hopefully by the end of the decade we have robots making us dinner and you may not use your knife as much.

If we were a massive company we would invest in our own trucks, trains, ships and aircraft. Alas, we are not, as a result we are not in total control of our shipping (many companies claim there are - but are they really?).

In Australia we use Australia Post and knives will be shipped within 2 days of purchase. We then follow the standard Australia Post sending where it takes from 1 to 3 days. If the knife is made for a b'day let us know and we will put in express at no charge. Cost varies a bit but we charge $9 anywhere in Oz.

For overseas shipping it's a bit more complex. We use DHL or TNT, the two biggest transport companies in the world (The German's versus the Dutch) and again we do our best to deliver using their services. They tend to go from a week to a month however we do at least have tracking codes you can request. Again it varies all over the place so we charge a consistent AUD30 for overseas shipments (larger orders are rewarded by keeping the shipping cost fixed).

Any issues or problems let us know. If it doesn't arrive then we will refund you or re-make and re-send.

Fingers crossed for all of us!

We could claim precision here however that would be dishonest.

There is nearly 200 countries in the world and they all have tax rates and laws that are on the move. You probably know this better than us dependent on where you are.

Tax in Oz

Australia is easy. We charge 10% GST which is included in the price. 

Tax for Overseas Delivery

Rest of the world is more complicated. To date there has been very few tax issues at customs however we're happy to talk with you if you're unsure and we can pass on what has happened for knives sent to the same region in the past.

Best of luck to all of us.

We typically wrap a bit like this. We flick paint at the wrapping with our fingers, a paint brush or a chop stick - quite fun :))

Will that work? If not let us know.

We have added an image above with detailed specifications of the knife and handle.

If it's not there please tell us and we'll upload for you!

Maintenance

A very good question. Here's a short answer.

What not to do?

Don't put it in the dishwasher or leave it in a sink full of water as this can lead to corrosion. We also recommend against cutting on a glass chopping board as this is terrible for the blade (can lead to chipping).

What to do?

Our knives have a high carbon concentration meaning they are harder at the edge. This means less honing is needed (i.e. sharpening with your rod at home or in the kitchen).

With this type of steel you should have it sharpened by a sharpener (ideally on a whetstone to stop the steel heating). How often varies depending on usage however most people do it every 3-6 months.

To summarize, less honing and more stoning.

If you need help finding a sharpener near you give us a bell and we will do our best to assist.

 

Warranty

To keep this simple we are happy to refund or replace any issues for 10 years.

Hopefully by the end of the decade we have robots making us dinner and you may not use your knife as much.

Shipping

If we were a massive company we would invest in our own trucks, trains, ships and aircraft. Alas, we are not, as a result we are not in total control of our shipping (many companies claim there are - but are they really?).

In Australia we use Australia Post and knives will be shipped within 2 days of purchase. We then follow the standard Australia Post sending where it takes from 1 to 3 days. If the knife is made for a b'day let us know and we will put in express at no charge. Cost varies a bit but we charge $9 anywhere in Oz.

For overseas shipping it's a bit more complex. We use DHL or TNT, the two biggest transport companies in the world (The German's versus the Dutch) and again we do our best to deliver using their services. They tend to go from a week to a month however we do at least have tracking codes you can request. Again it varies all over the place so we charge a consistent AUD30 for overseas shipments (larger orders are rewarded by keeping the shipping cost fixed).

Any issues or problems let us know. If it doesn't arrive then we will refund you or re-make and re-send.

Fingers crossed for all of us!

Tax

We could claim precision here however that would be dishonest.

There is nearly 200 countries in the world and they all have tax rates and laws that are on the move. You probably know this better than us dependent on where you are.

Tax in Oz

Australia is easy. We charge 10% GST which is included in the price. 

Tax for Overseas Delivery

Rest of the world is more complicated. To date there has been very few tax issues at customs however we're happy to talk with you if you're unsure and we can pass on what has happened for knives sent to the same region in the past.

Best of luck to all of us.

Wrapping

We typically wrap a bit like this. We flick paint at the wrapping with our fingers, a paint brush or a chop stick - quite fun :))

Will that work? If not let us know.

Knife Specifications

We have added an image above with detailed specifications of the knife and handle.

If it's not there please tell us and we'll upload for you!

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