Takobiki knife is a long Japanese kitchen knife that has a square tip and it is used to cut specially octopus (Tako means octopus in Japanese). In Japan, Takobiki is also called Takohiki or Tako. It is a typical knife from Tokyo region.
- Traditional Japanese knife, with no bolster and a partial tang.
- High carbon stainless steel blade with molybdenum and vanadium for an excellent edge retention.
- One single ground blade.
- 56-57 HRC.
- Japanese magnolia wood handle.
Bunmei kitchen knives, with traditional Japanese wooden handle design, are perfect for cutting, slicing and peeling all kind of food. One single ground blade is better for slicing fish and for preparing sushi. Bunmei products are manufactured by the same manufacturer of Global knives, Yoshikin. This style of knife dates back approximately 150 years ago.