Arrow Leather Knife Roll
A classic style leather roll-up bag made from full grain leather.
6 Large slots that leaves enough space between blades. Perfect for your larger Japanese handles.
Available in Tan or Dark Brown.
*Knives in picture not included
SIZE: 46cm wide x 40cm high
Supplier: Arrow Leather Goods
KS – Offset Spatula
The Kitchen Samurai offset spatula has a long narrow flexible stainless steel blade with a rounded tip and stainless steel handle. It is coated with a Matte Black Food grade Teflon coating. They are nice and versatile, from icing cup cakes or cakes to plating delicate dishes in the kitchen.
Total length: 19.5cm
Blade length: 9.5cm
Moribashi Plating Chopsticks Bloodwood
Moribashi are long chopsticks, with a tip made of Stainless Steel. They are popular among Japanese Professional Chefs, used for preparing and serving Japanese Cuisine, such as Tempura, Sashimi etc. or turning food on the stove. They are not generally designed for eating. These chopsticks allow handling of hot food with one hand, and are used like regular chopsticks.
Professionals usually prefer Metal Tip rather than Wooden or Bamboo’s, as the tips of regular bamboo chopsticks discolour and get greasy after repeated use in hot oil. It is also much more hygienic. The wooden handle protects against heat.
The first thing you will notice about these is the weight, quality and balance they have.
Delivery time: 3 to 5 Working days
FREE SHIPPING for orders over R500
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Naniwa – Rust Eraser Fine
The Naniwa Rust Eraser is a must-have accessory if you use high carbon steel knives or tools.
The Alumina abrasive is distributed throughout the entire thickness of the block, so fresh grit is exposed as it wears.
The fine grit abrades quickly through rust. It can be used dry or with water. You’ll get a higher polish by wetting the knife first and even more polish by using a drop of oil on the blade.
This is a very high quality fine eraser and will give you much use and satisfaction.
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Naniwa – Sharpening Guide
The Japanese Sharpening guide is designed for use on Kitchen knives. The guide is extremely easy to use and will give a precise angle throughout your sharpening sessions.
Clip the sharpening guide on your knife to help keep a steady angle while sharpening on a stone.
The white strip is less abrasive than the cheap steel guides you sometimes see so you’re less likely to scratch the stone (and the plastic is less likely to scratch the knife’s blade face).
Note that the angle created will depend on the width of the knife blade. It will give you a nice Japanese angle with a Santoku or most chef’s knives, but the angle will be higher with a small blade like a paring knife, and very low with a super wide blade like a Chinese chef’s knife (cleaver).
It is a very handy little tool, especially when you’re just starting out on your sharpening journey and want to concentrate on your technique without also having to worry all the time about maintaining a consistent angle.
The white strip on the sharpening guide is made of ceramic to ensure longer wear on the guide.
This is a fixed angle guide so cannot be adjusted.
Naniwa Dressing Stone
The Dressing stone is a great little tool to clean and refresh your Whetstones during a sharpening session. As you sharpen, removed metal will build up on the stones surface. If not removed, the metal build up can slow down your sharpening process considerably. It also generates a thin layer of mud on finer types of stones that gives a nice polishing effect during the sharpening process.
The Dressing stone needs to be soaked for at least 10min before use.