Made in Japan.
The traditional technique of swordmaking has been handed down from generation to generation to the present day. These techniques continue to be used to produce KASUMI knives, which explains their excellent cutting ability and hardness. KASUMI knives are worthy of being called a specialty of Seki.
- Damascus pattern is eye-catching and rust free
- The edge is beveled on both sides, but the bevel is much larger than the bevel on a European or American brand and creates a sharper edge
- The asymmetrical handle is made from multiple layers of wood impregnated with a plastic resin and is riveted to the full tang
- Kasumi knives are produced by Sumikama Cutlery in Seki, Japan