Handmade Nakiri Knife

Damascus Nakiri Knife


  • 7 Inches Nakiri Knife
  • Weight (item only): approx. 207g
  • Length of Blade: 17.5cm
  • Materials: VG-10 Damascus Steel
  • Pakkawood Handle
  • Lifetime Guarantee

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Category: Handmade Knives



Nakiri as it is a classic Japanese style knife with thin blade. To chop tomatoes, this knife is perfect as the blade is so sharp that you don’t have to worry about the damage of its soft skin. For the meals requiring paper thin veggies, this knife is an ideal choice.

This Japanese nakiri knife possesses a 7” blade that is 100% fully handmade from a single piece of VG-10 Damascus metal. 

The wooden handle is crafted of solid and identical Pakkawood to ensure durability and moisture protection. Next, due to its slim appearance and convenience to hold, this knife is absolutely the right choice for all home cook.

Nakiri knives are double bevel cleavers with razor sharp taper edges, squared off tips, and flat design profile. Such a profile makes them perfect for push cutting and chopping, although not for rock cutting because it is not possible to rock the blade due to straight edge. These knives are usually ground thin for ensuring optimal performance via an advanced cutting edge.


Height 21 mm
Net weight 207 g


Length of knife 32.8 cm
Length of blade 17.5 cm
Handle material Dark Pakkawood
Type of edge Straight edge 
Best Nakiri knives usually have a Granton edge that is hollow enough to form air packets between the slice and indentations, which keeps sticking of fruit or vegetable under target, at bay. Further, because Nakiris are dedicated to fruits and vegetables, there is no issue of bacterial cross contamination.

Warranty & Services

We guarantee all knives and tools to be of first class stainless steel and a lifetime against any defects in material and workmanship. Damage caused by normal wear and tear, misuse or abuse are not covered by this guarantee.

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