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Knife Making: Nakiri Japanese Chef’s Knife DIY

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Another Japanese Chef’s knife! This shape is inspired by Nakiri knives typical Japanese-style vegetable knife but with a western full tang construction and a general utility bevel geometry.

source/image(PrtSc): Black Beard Projects

The steel is 02 high carbon. Handle is made of ebony and teak (or oak, not sure) both aged well by a luthier and white vulcanized fiber liners.via: Black Beard Projects

Clarification:With the words “inspired by Nakiri knives” I wanted to point out that this knife is not an actual nakiri.

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The handle construction, bevel geometry and thickness have pretty much nothing to do with traditional japanese knives. This knife has been made to be used as a general purpose knife, that’s why is thicker than you might expect!/Black Beard Projects

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