MISONO 440 Stainless Steel Honesuki

$5,400

Description

The Misono 440 Series from the renowned Seki City in Japan features 440C special heat-treated stainless steel, known for its high sharpness and exceptional rust resistance.

This series of knives, specifically the Kanto-style Honesuki, is highly acclaimed by professionals. Its primary purpose is to cut meat from bone-in cuts and separate meat from bones. When in use, the blade moves along the bone, and with its thick and sturdy construction, it is less prone to notching even when encountering bones.

Seki City in Japan holds an 800-year tradition in knife manufacturing, specializing in crafting traditional Japanese swords and Western-style Japanese kitchen knives.

Misono, a high-quality and well-known manufacturer from Seki City, has successfully achieved outstanding sharpness and durability in their knives at reasonable prices, making them ideal for both professional chefs and home use.

An all steel knife is exceptionally suitable for chefs. Its blade provides excellent flexibility, making this all steel Honesuki ideal for effortlessly separating meat from bones.

How to Maintain Stainless Steel Knives

After use, simply wipe the knives dry to remove any moisture. Do not use a dishwasher to clean your knives. If you plan not to use the knives for an extended period, it's advisable to apply a thin layer of protective oil.

Ensure you use the knives correctly, as they are designed for specific functions such as slicing, chopping, or handling frozen foods. Avoid using them beyond their intended purpose, as this can lead to damage.

SKU: MIHS145-841