Kaji is Japanese for „blacksmith“ and synonymous for the geniality of manufacturing ultimately sharp Samurai swords. For centuries their perfected art of forging formed the basis for the world-wide recognition of the sword craftsmen of Seki; only the very best would be called Kaji. As is this knife series which will set new standards in the premium segment not only with its exceptional hardness of 64±1 HRC. The stainless steel blade is made from a specially developed 32-layer Damascus steel and an extremely hard SG-2 core, resulting in a very sharp and long lasting blade. The special feature of this series is the mirror-finished Damascus blade that turns each Kaji into a visual highlight. The riveted handle is of fine laminated Pakka wood that is comfortable to use by both left- and right-handers because of its symmetric form.
Kaji stands for the symbiosis of traditional craft, state-of-the-art technology and uncompromising elegance – a highlight for professional and ambitious hobby chefs.
The facts in headwords:
■ Large damask steel series
■ Blade of specially developed 32-layer Damascus steel and an extremely hard SG-2 core
■ Shun-known quality and sharpness
■ Extraordinary hardness of 64 HRC
■ Stainless steel blade
■ Blackish-brown Pakka wood handle
■ Comfortable work
■ For left- and right-handers