The petty Knife is the Japanese version of a paring knife. It is very light and useful for all cutting purpose.
The 150mm: The knife is all purpose for about 160cm tall guys. My friend is a natural yeast baker. She uses only this 150mm for her work and her home kitchen.
- Kurouchi petite knife, 150mm blade,
- Total length: 280mm, Width: 34mm, Thickness: taper spine 4.5 - 1.6mm, Price: JPY26,000 Final 2 pcs in stock
- The options
- Ho wood Saya +JPY8,000
- Oval shaped Ho wood handle with horn hilt +JPY3,500 Photo
- D-shaped Ho wood handle with horn hilt +JPY3,500 Photo
- Octagonal shaped Ho wood handle with horn hilt +JPY4,000
- Isosceles triangle shaped Enju wood handle with horn hilt +JPY6,000 Photo Photo
Double bevel, Blade: Yasuki blue steel core with stainless outer, Handle: D-shaped burnt chestnut wood with plastic hilt
Comments4.5 out of 5 , based on 2 ratings. 2 user's reviews for Kurouchi petite knife, 120mm 150mm.
I have now had my Kurouchi blue steel knives for 2 months (Gyuto and petty ). I have used one or both of them nearly every day for about 90% of my kitchen knife work since then. I recently gave each a light resharpening (just using 1200 and above stones and maintaining all the angles as you set them). After resharpening the Gyuto I was able to cut a tomato horizontally without having to hold it in position, which I have never been able to do with a knife before. So not a sharpening expert yet, but perhaps the situation is not completely hopeless. I am very pleased with their performance and maintenance has not been an issue, despite me being new to non-stainless knives.
After further consideration I would like to get a deba. Again my goal is to be able to disjoint a chicken and also be able to cut through a chicken leg bone (don't plan to try to cut through cow ribs). Would you suggest that this is an appropriate choice?...
Rated: 5/5, posted by: Marty
nearly 6 years ago since my last order.
(your knives are still perfect ).
Now I want to order
1x "Kurouchi petite knife, 120mm blade"
I want to pay via Paypal.
Rated: 4/5, posted by: Stephan