Haiku Kurouchi knife

Haiku Kurouchi knife Haiku Kurouchi knives belong to the so-called Takumi knives. Takumi means Master. The highest traditional craftsmanship, elegance as well as high-quality materials combine in these cooking tools. The special feature of the Kurouchi knives lies in the blades, which are black forged and thus receive a primal knife character.
Haiku Kurouchi knife

Haiku Kurouchi knives belong to the so-called Takumi knives. Takumi means Master. The highest traditional craftsmanship, elegance as well as high-quality materials combine in these cooking tools. The special feature of the Kurouchi knives lies in the blades, which are black forged and thus receive a primal knife character.

  • CHROMA haiku Kurouchi

    The sharp primal knife with the archaic character

    The CHROMA Haiku Kurouchi knife belongs to the Takumi knives. Takumi knives combine the highest craftsmanship, tradition, elegance, the highest quality materials and the best craftsmanship in itself. In addition to the CHROMA Haiku Kurouchi knives, the CHROMA HAIKU Itamae Suminagshi and the CHROMA Haiku Pro are among the Takumi knives. Takumi in Japanese means master craftsmanship.
    CHROMA Haiku Kurouchi are made exclusively in the traditional way in the Tosa region in Japan. Known is the Tosa region, in addition to their long tradition of cutlery, for their rough, wild and furrowed landscape, which is also found on the Kurouchi blades and this knife gives his unmistakable, untamed natural character.
    The CHROMA Haiku Kurouchi is processed after forging so that the blade blade remains dull black and only the extremely sharp edge flashes out metallic. Translated from Japanese, Kurouchi means roughly forged black.
    Because of its artful handcrafting and original texture, we proudly call it the Primal Knife, which is popular with professional chefs who value cutting skills rather than optical flourishes. The fine tuning of the blades is done by great masters in Sakai, Osaka.
    Typical of CHROMA Haiku Kurouchi blades is the extreme sharpness. The blade core is made of high-quality, extra-hard blue AOKO steel and sheathed in a softer iron for better flexibility and stability. The very flat ground blades have a hardness of about 61 degrees Rockwell and guarantee a very long life of the cutting edge.
    A special and eye-catching detail of the handle of the CHROMA Haiku Kurouchi is the stainless steel ferrule, with the typical Haeku series Mekugi pin, also made of stainless steel. The handle is made to match the blade, made of black varnished magnolia hardwood.
    Taste is created by cutting an ingredient, not by cooking! Thus, knives are particularly important for the Japanese cuisine.


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