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Sujihiki Knife

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    Tetsujin Hamono So Kasumi Aogami #2 Sujihiki 240mm Karin

    Superb Sujihiki resulting from the collaboration of two childhood friends, Tora Tamura and Naohito Myojin, blacksmith and grinder. Tetsujin in...

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    Yoshikane Shirogami #2 Nashiji Sujihiki 240mm Tagayasan

    The 240 mm Yoshikane Shirogami #2 Nashiji Sujihiki is one of Yoshikane's incredible slicers. Made from high-quality Shirogami #2 steel, the cutting...

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    Hitohira Togashi Blue #2 Kurouchi Sujihiki 270mm Cherry Wood Handle (Ebony End)

    Sujihiki translates as "flesh slicer", which describes its role well. Typically 240 mm to 300 mm long and 34 mm to 40 mm high, the sujihiki blade i...

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    Saji Hamono VG-10 Rainbow Damascus Sujihiki 270 mm Cow Horn

    Sujihiki translates as "flesh slicer", which describes its role well. Typically 240 mm to 300 mm long and 34 mm to 40 mm high, the sujihiki blade i...

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    Hitohira Hiragana WS Sujihiki 180mm Pakka

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    Morihei Hisamoto Hagane Sujihiki 240mm Pakka

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    Hitohira Togashi Shirogami #1 Stainless Clad Sujihiki 240mm Ziricote

    Kenji Togashi est un forgeron légendaire de Sakai et l’un des rares forgerons au Japon à avoir les compétences nécessaires pour forger des lames ho...

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    Hitohira Hiragana WS Sujihiki 210mm

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About the sujihiki knife

Discover The Best Sujihiki For You

THE SUPER SLICER KNOWN AS THE SUJIHIKI AND WHY

The Sujihiki, which translates to "flesh slicer" in Japanese, is a versatile knife that deserves a place in your collection. Specifically designed for slicing boneless proteins. With its long and narrow double-beveled blade, the Sujihiki effortlessly slices through fish and meat, minimizing friction and preserving the integrity of each ingredient's.

WHAT DO YOU USE A SUJIHIKI FOR?

The primary purpose of the Sujihiki knife is to slice fish, slice meat, and cut boneless meats and soft vegetables. Its narrow blade ensures smooth and precise slicing, making it particularly valuable for dishes that feature raw fish. The knife's design al...

Discover The Best Sujihiki For You

THE SUPER SLICER KNOWN AS THE SUJIHIKI AND WHY

The Sujihiki, which translates to "flesh slicer" in Japanese, is a versatile knife that deserves a place in your collection. Specifically designed for slicing boneless proteins. With its long and narrow double-beveled blade, the Sujihiki effortlessly slices through fish and meat, minimizing friction and preserving the integrity of each ingredient's.

WHAT DO YOU USE A SUJIHIKI FOR?

The primary purpose of the Sujihiki knife is to slice fish, slice meat, and cut boneless meats and soft vegetables. Its narrow blade ensures smooth and precise slicing, making it particularly valuable for dishes that feature raw fish. The knife's design allows for paper-thin slices with a single stroke, preventing drag as each slice is smoothly cut.

The Sujihiki knife is characterized by its double-edged feature, making it ambidextrous. It has a long and narrow blade with a pointed tip, typically ranging from 240mm to 300mm in length and a height of 30-40 mm.

WHAT TO NOT CUT WITH A SUJIHIKI?

It's important to note that the Sujihiki is primarily a slicer and not intended for heavy-duty tasks or general-purpose use. It excels at slicing and carving boneless meats and fish, rather than being a versatile all-purpose chef's knife. It should not be used to cut through other ingredients or hard food items. Using the Sujihiki on non-meat or fish items may dull the blade quickly. Therefore, it's best to reserve it for specialized slicing tasks to full appreciate its unique qualities.

ORIGINS OF THE SUJIHIKI
The origin of the Sujihiki knife can be traced back to Japan, where it is considered a Western variant of the traditional Japanese Yanagiba knife. The Yanagiba has long been used in Japanese cuisine for slicing boneless proteins, particularly for the preparation of sushi and sashimi. As the popularity of Japanese cuisine spread globally, the need for a knife that could cater to both Japanese and Western culinary techniques arose. This led to the development of the Sujihiki, which combines the precision and sharpness of the Yanagiba with a design that appeals to Western chefs and cooks. Today, the Sujihiki knife stands as a testament to the fusion of culinary traditions and showcases the adaptability and innovation within the world of kitchen cutlery.

In conclusion, the Sujihiki knife is a versatile and essential tool for any kitchen. Its long and narrow double-beveled blade allows for effortless slicing of boneless proteins, ensuring minimal friction and preserving the freshness of each ingredient. While it has limitations in terms of heavy-duty tasks and general-purpose use, its specialized slicing abilities make it a valuable addition to any kitchen arsenal. Whether you're a professional chef or a home cook, the Sujihiki knife deserves its place in your kitchen for precise and delicate slicing tasks.