The blade of the Kai Shun Pro Sho-knives is blasted on the straight side which results in a matted surface. The other side is shiny polished and shows a pattern that is made with an innovative etching technique. A unique detail. The fact that the handle seamlessly merges into the steel is no unique feature for Kai Shun. That is something you may expect of these knives.
|Right or left-handed||right-handed|
|Type of edge||plain edge|
Tuesday 9 May 2017
Visually very impressive, sharp out of the box and the D handle is a joy to use, opposed to my other octagonal handled Japanese chef knives. I am looking forward to my continued use of this valuable tool for delicate slicing of fish and meats.
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