Ginza Steel Japan

Naito 150 - Petty Knife 150mm blade

$174.99 CAD $206.00 CAD

Naito 150 by Ginza Steel  - Hand crafted Petty Knife 150mm - Made in Seki City of Japan |  

It is most suited for cutting small ingredients, such as lemon, apples and potatoes. Origin of its name comes from French, Petit = small. With larger knifes it is bothersome to prepare side vegetables such as carrots for steak dishes with decorative carvings but it can be done easily with petty knives. It still won’t have any trouble cutting retail size meats and unless it is truly oversized, a petty knife is capable of filleting a fish without any issues. Also, the length of the blade is only 15 centimetres so sharpening it is very easy as well as performing maintenance work compared to other types of knives. For this reason, we recommend it for the first knife to purchase for men or women alike. Petty knife is great for daily use

 Knife Type Petty (It is most suited for cutting small ingredients, such as lemon, apples and potatoes)
Blade Material  High Carbon Swedish Steel 19C27 by Sandvik ( 45 Layer Damascus )
Blade Edge Double Edge
Handle Chestnut tree with 8 angle handle ( FYI Number eight is considered as a lucky figure and called "Suehirogari" in Japan )
Blade Length 150mm ( 6" )
Overall Length
HRC 59 - 60

Instructions and Maintenance:

  • Please do not use it to cut bone or frozen foods
  • This is an extremely sharp knife. Please use special care when using and storing it. Please keep out of children's reach. 
  • Please do not use the knife for purposes other than cooking
  • After use, please hand wash the knife then wipe it clean and dry with soft clean clothes
  • To maintain fine cutting performance we recommend re-sharping the knife once or twice per month

Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
Yvan Sabourin
Fine craftsmanship

Gift wrapped and polished my first impression was awe the weight and balance of the knives is perfect with wood handle for perfect styling . I’m so pleased

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