AUS10 Sazanami Damascus Wa-Petty

AUS10 Sazanami Damascus Wa-Petty

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Sazanami Series with Japanese Style Handle

Sazanami means "ripple" in Japanese. The Sazanami name comes from the series' wonderful, wave-like Damascus pattern near the edge of the core blade.

This is a series of stainless clad knives. The core blade is made of AUS10 stainless steel, which is then sandwiched between other stainless steels. Cladding makes the knife stronger and allows for patterns on the blade's exterior without compromising the blade's quality. The Sazanami series have Damascus patterns and a Tsuchime (hammered) finish to emphasise the blade's beauty.

About AUS10

The AUS steels are known for their high rust resistance and ease of sharpening. Normally, these steels need to be sharpened frequently to maintain their optimal sharpness. However, the AUS-10 has relatively longer edge retention compared to other AUS steels, so you can enjoy cooking with less maintenance stress!

Product number Actual Blade Length (mm) Full Length (mm) Total Weight (g)
1p10ad 150 290 85
Blade Material Name Handle
Double Edgedd

Double Edged

AUS-10 Oak


Petty knife or Petit knife is ideal for detailed food preparation such as peeling, slicing and decorative work.The blade size can vary from 120mm to 150mm and is quite light in hand. Professional chefs often use the short 125mm blade for peeling and cutting. For home use, the 150mm size is popular.


Forging Process : The cladding method

This method of knifemaking involves forge welding two or more pieces of steel together. The inner core steel is extremely hard, while the outer layer steel is softer and more durable. Most Damascus steel knives available on the market today are made using this method. It allows craftsmen to produce beautiful and well performing blades at a reasonable cost.

Damascus Pattern

It is made by forging two types of steel with different hardness together. Bending and overlapping them in layers, and then polishing the blade to reveal the pattern formed. The harder steel shines, while the softer steel remains dull, creating a unique pattern on the surface that resembles wood grain. This ripple pattern is called Damascus steel and has become popular in the kitchen knife community.

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A knife store that has supported the history of knives and food culture in Japan.

It has been 600 years since the birth of swordmaking in the Sakai region of Japan. Sakai Ichimonji Mitsuhide's and it's craftsmen continue to build on that legacy by producing the finest blades in Japan.
This is where the culture of completing a dish of sashimi by "just cutting" and the culture of expressing sharpness as "taste" was born.
For 70 years, we have been connecting the spirit of Sakai's craftsmen with the passion of chefs in Osaka's kitchen equipment shopping district, known as the kitchen of Japan.
We are very happy that our knives can be used by people all over the world.


After use, wash off any dirt and wipe thoroughly with a dry cloth to remove any moisture. This product is not for use with frozen foods.This product is handmade, so each piece will be different. Please use the weight and length listed as a guide. Each material is natural and may vary in color. It is not the same as the picture.We take great care with our inventory, but in the unlikely event that we are out of stock, we will contact you by email to let you know.

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