Kuro-uchi Ajikiri Rosewood 100mm (3.9")

Yoshida Hamono

Kuro-uchi Ajikiri Rosewood 100mm (3.9")


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Kuro-uchi Ajikiri is a small kitchen knife, suitable for all sorts of cutting tasks. In Japan it is mostly used for cutting smaller fish. Kuro-uchi series knives are traditional Japanese rustic knives. Its price is very affordable for the quality of a hand-forged knife. It is suitable for the first purchase of a traditional Japanese knife. The blade is forged in SUJ-2 steel, which offers incredible capacities, hardness is 63-64 HRC, and at the same time, the knife is very easy to resharpen. The blade needs some extra care. After the use rinse it well and dry it. The name of kuro-uchi refers to the final look of the blade, which is unprocessed on the top and has already developed a dark patina, which protects the blade.

The handle is made from a beautiful dark chocolate brown Rosewood.


    Blade shape Ajikiri
    Blade length
    100mm (3.9")
    Steel type
    Handle type / wood
    Japanese / Rosewood
    Hardness (HRC scale)
    Blacksmith Yoshida Hamono


    Use & Care:

    • Handwash in warm water and towel dry
    • Use a sharpening stone (not a honing steel!) to sharpen your knife
    • Do not cut frozen foods and meat bones
    • Do not put the knife in a dishwasher
    • Read our comprehensive guide on proper Maintenance of Kitchen Knives.

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