Konosuke - Fujiyama Ginsanko 240 mm Kiritsuke- Rosewood D-Shaped

The Fujiyama Series is Konosuke-Sakai's top of the line collection of knives, made by the Japanese style blacksmith.  The spine is rounded and the and choil is polished for comfort.  This steel can take a very sharp edge, as Ginsan-ko is a tough stainless steel.

The handle is made with rose wood.

Konosuke Sakai is from Osaka, Japan. They began in 1932 as "Kawamura Teishichi Shoten", a small manufacturing and wholesale knife company. The building was burned down by tan air raid in the war of 1945, so the business was temporarily closed. In 1948, they reopened and built very strong ties with restaurant/sushi chefs and home cooks alike. Their company became known as Kawamura Shoten Co. in 1969 and opened the head office four years later. In 1990, they were renamed Kaneshige Cutlery Co. Finally, Konosuke as we know it, materialized as the knife sector of the company, and their website went live. This opened the doors to world wide trade since. 

Hardness: 7 Fineness: 8+ Cutting Speed: 9+ Feel/Ease of Use: 8  ...
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