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Saya KNK-82014 - Honesuki 14 cm
Saya KNK-82014 - Honesuki 14 cm

Saya KNK-82014 - Honesuki 14 cm

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Producer: Kasumi

Blade sheath in Japan called saya. Made of magnolia wood . Black lacquer aesthetically complements the red Kasumi logo. The blade is fixed by a pin with a decorative strip. The saya is suitable for Honesuki Kasumi Damascus 82014 a Kasumi Masterpiece MP-03. Consult for use on other knives.

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Traditional wooden sheaths are called saya in Japan. Their manual production is demanding and therefore saya is almost always a scarce commodity. Only a few masters are involved in their production. They use suitable wood species such as paulownia, magnolia or bamboo. They are delivered in a natural design or with the use of natural varnishes. Saya is suitable not only for storing the knife, but especially for moving it from place to place.

In our offer you will find knife sheaths from KASUMI, MCUSTA ZANMAI and TOJIRO DP. It is quite possible that some sheaths can be used for other knives. Therefore, we recommend that you consult its use before purchasing the sheath.

About producer

Kasumi

The brand KASUMI belongs to Sumikama Cutlery Mfg. Pvt.Ltd. Its current owner represents the third generation of this knifemaking family. Mr. Katsumi Sumikava found a very appropriate name for his knives - KASUMI. Not only because it resembles his name, but mainly because their damascus blades resemble the outlines of mountains under a misty sky. In Japanese culture, you often come across names that are direct references to specific objects or phenomena. And this is one of the examples.

Sumikama Cutlery is located in the city of Seki in Gifu Prefecture. It is an important center of Japanese cutlery, a kind of analogue of Solingen in Germany or Sheffield in England. Admittedly, with a richer history. The first blacksmiths began to settle here at the end of the 13th century. The attraction was peat reserves, rich iron ore sand, fresh water and the proximity of important rivers. These ideal conditions caused more than 300 forges to operate in Seki between 1300 and 1500. The quality of Seki swords soon gained an unshakable position, and the best katanas of samurai warriors usually came from this area.

Today, the production of KASUMI brand kitchen knives is overseen by master Kanefusa Fujiwara himself, a member of the 25th generation of the clan, famous for the production of katana swords. You can find the proud name of the region on every KASUMI brand blade.

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