Naniwa

P-350

Naniwa Professional 5000 Grit Japanese Whetstone (Chosera)

$174.92 $179.99
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  • Naniwa Professional 5000 Grit Japanese Whetstone (Chosera)

Naniwa

P-350

Naniwa Professional 5000 Grit Japanese Whetstone (Chosera)

$174.92 $179.99
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Made in Japan.

Naniwa Chosera 5000 Grit Japanese Whetstone Sharpening Stone, NO stand/base, 20cmx7cm surface, 2cm thick 

This very fine stone is just the ticket for finishing off your edge, or for regular maintenance. This is the smoothest most people will ever need to use, especially for German knives or any knife with standard steel. 

Naniwa Professional stones are widely considered the finest stones money can buy. They are the next generation of the superb Chosera stones (which they replace), promising even faster cutting. They are artificial stones made with the magnesia bonding method. In terms of hardness they are slightly harder than the Super Stones, and because of the different bonding methods these "feel" harder and cut more quickly. They are very hard and long-lasting, but this extra hardness means that there is also more of a potential for cracking or chipping than with the Super Stones so be sure to air dry them and store in a cool, dry place and do NOT expose them to extremes of heat or cold (NO freezing!) or quick changes in temperature or humidity.

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Made in Japan.

Naniwa Chosera 5000 Grit Japanese Whetstone Sharpening Stone, NO stand/base, 20cmx7cm surface, 2cm thick 

This very fine stone is just the ticket for finishing off your edge, or for regular maintenance. This is the smoothest most people will ever need to use, especially for German knives or any knife with standard steel. 

Naniwa Professional stones are widely considered the finest stones money can buy. They are the next generation of the superb Chosera stones (which they replace), promising even faster cutting. They are artificial stones made with the magnesia bonding method. In terms of hardness they are slightly harder than the Super Stones, and because of the different bonding methods these "feel" harder and cut more quickly. They are very hard and long-lasting, but this extra hardness means that there is also more of a potential for cracking or chipping than with the Super Stones so be sure to air dry them and store in a cool, dry place and do NOT expose them to extremes of heat or cold (NO freezing!) or quick changes in temperature or humidity.