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The 'Yoshi-Hisa' range of knives from Kiya feature vegetable knives designed with even and broad edges making it best to cut bulky vegetables or peeling. While most Japanese kitchen knives come in single bevel edges, these feature double bevel edges applied in an even angle from both sides. Western style features squared corners.
Kiya was established in 1792 as a cutlery store in Tokyo (then Edo). However, the origin of the company is traced back to 1571, the founding of a general trading company that was patronised by government officials of the era.
Since its establishment, taking pride in their name for serving people over the centuries, Kiya has striven to provide tools that that has long been long loved by many Japanese, from professional chefs to home cooks.
To extend the life of your carbon steel blade make sure to dry any excess moisture after use to prevent rust. Over time, when in contact with acidic materials the blade will patina - this will help protect the knife from rust.
Carbon steel blades will stay sharp for a very long time but avoid using it against hard brittle objects such as stonewear or bones that will accelaterate dulling. Sharpen by hand or we recommend going to a sharpening specialist.
For any full priced or sale items purchased online that are unworn and in new condition, we offer exchange, store credit, or refund within 14 days of receiving the goods.
Please email the Keoma team at email@example.com for more advice and information or read up on our Returns Policy.
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