The Fujitora factory of Niigata Japan aspired to produce a commercially successful knife that would be accessible to professional and amateur chefs alike. Their strategy saw them link up with the most famous of Japanese housewares designers, Komin Yamada who also designed the Global knife series to produce a series of quality yet value Japanese knives. The result was the development of the Tojiro Sha Ra Ku Mono series.
Made from a Molybdenum Vanadium steel to offer superior cutting performance and durability. The handles of the knives are made from stainless steel and are hollow, making these knives feel extremely light. Tojiro Sha Ra Ku Mono knives are good value for a range of high carbon Japanese steel knives and have a hardness of 56 HRC.
A carving knife is used to slice thin cuts of meat such as poultry, roasts, hams and other large cooked meats. The blade is thinner than a chef's knife for more precise slices of meat.
A carving fork is a large fork with long teeth. You can use a carving fork to turn meat or move it during cooking or keeping it in place when cutting. That prevents you from touching the meat too much.
- Designed by Komin Yamada
- Hollow Weighted Handle
- Molybdenum Vanadium Steel
- Handwash Only
- Made in Japan