The Masamoto Shiro-ko Honyaki (æ£æ¬ æ?/span>ç?• çç½é?: for those looking for another level of craftsmanship and exclusiveness. In Japan, Honyaki knives are made by highly skilled masters as they are much harder to forge than cladded knives.
Masamoto Sohonten, the undisputed king of Japanese kitchen knives, has arrived at Knives and Stones. Started by Minosuke Matsuzawa in 1872, succeed by Kichizo Hirano in 1891, Masamoto Sohonten is now under the management of the 6th generation Masamoto: Masahiro Hirano. With almost 150 years of history, Masamoto Sohonten is recognized by almost every Japanese chef as the best kitchen knife brand in Japan.
Tip to Heel Length
Blade Height at Heel
Width of Spine Above Heel
Width of Spine at Middle of Blade
Width of Spine at about 1cm From the Tip
|White 2 with iron clad |
|61 to 62|
|Ho wood with buffalo horn|