Finest Japanese knife making craftmanship creates flowing and exquisite patterns known as Damascus by alternating 33 layers of soft low-carbon stainless steel and hard high-carbon stainless steel.
Its soft and hard layer structure realizes higher strength and rigidity than general 3-ply steels. The blade uses VG10 steel for the core blade.
Each knife has different pattarns due to handcraft.
The sujihiki slicer knife's long and finely tipped blade is ideally suited for slicer between meat and cartilage and cutting off difficult to remove parts from the bone. The knife can also be used for thinly slicing meat and fish.