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Nami Steak Knife

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Luxurious steak knife, also excellent as a table knife, the Nami knife is crafted from Damascus steel that is incredibly sharp while showcasing a beautiful pattern.

The Damascus steel is coreless using VG-2 and VG-10 cutlery steel. The handle is made from laminated wood. There are 4 color variations that can be used to differentiate whose knife is whose among the family members and friends.

Processing method that combines traditional craftsmanship and modern technology (robots, NC grinding machines, etc.) allows high quality to be made at a reasonable cost. It comes in a luxurious paulownia box and is perfect for gifts.

  • Made in Japan 
  • Blade Material: Coreless Damascus 
  • Hundle Material: Laminated wood

Product Size: 

  • Dimensions (inch): L/9.1 × W/0.9 × H/0.8
  • Blade Length(inch): 4.1
  • Color: Wine, Walnut, Mahogany, Zebra

Seki-Kanetsugu Cutlery Co.

As Seki-Kanetsugu Cutlery CO.,LTD. celebrated the company's 100th anniversary on December 2018, they have been developing new steak knives and kitchen knives as part of their 100th anniversary model.

Nami, a high-end steak knife, is the first product in a series, utilizing the manufacturing know-how of steak knives that have been exported more than 15 million units.


Seki-Kanetsugu Cutlery Co., LTD. was founded in 1918 by Matsujiro Kawamura, the descendant of the swordsmith “Kanetsugu”, and celebrated 100th year anniversary in December 2018.

The first Kanetsugu began making swords in Mino during the Jowa period (1345-1349) and continued since then. Inheriting the tradition of swordsmith, the company achieved special characteristics of the Japanese katana - [doesn’t fold, doesn’t bend, cuts well], that are indispensable for the knife, by combining traditional artisan craft and innovative modern technology.

They are currently developing useful, sharp and long-lasting knives to accommodate the changing lifestyle. Today, they produce knives for house and leisure use which regularly used not only in Japan, but also abroad.


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