|商品尺寸||32.08 x 6.1 x 1.98 cm; 45.36 克|
Shun Premier Nakiri刀，5.5英寸/约13.97厘米 Tsuchime成品刀片，木手柄，TDM0742，黑色
- Shun Premier 5.5英寸Nakiri刀
- 具有分层的大马士革钢，带有醒目的手工打磨表面（日语中称为“ tsuchime”）
Premier Nakiri刀薄而超锋利，非常适合将蔬菜和水果切成薄片状。这种动态刀具有5. 5英寸的刀片，可切割脆蔬菜或诸如番茄之类的精致水果，还有黄油。精致而精美的Shun Premier系列刀具与您拥有的任何刀具都不一样。手工打磨的饰面（使用大马士革钢）以增强强度（日语中称为“ tsuchime”）不仅具有美感，而且具有凹磨特征，可减少刀刃阻力并防止食物粘在刀片上。华丽的合成木手柄以胡桃为饰面，既光滑又时尚，并且形状贴合您的手掌，提供各种舒适的抓握。端帽上压印有Shun徽标，使这些刀在刀架内外都很漂亮。超薄，锋利的刀片，时尚的饰面细节，具有著名的日式风格，Premier系列的刀具将陪伴您的烹饪时光，并世代相传。建议手洗；寿命有限。
“Shun” (shoon) is a concept at the very heart of Japanese cuisine. In Japanese, shun is the word used to describe local, seasonal food when it is at the peak of its flavor and freshness—at the peak of its perfection.
Shun Cutlery is known for its exquisite beauty and ultra-premium performance. Yet as beautiful as Shun is on the outside, and as beautifully as it performs in your kitchen, its true beauty may be in what you don’t see.
Handcrafted in Japan
Shun is dedicated to maintaining this ancient tradition by continuing to handcraft each knife in our Seki City facilities. Each piece of this fine kitchen cutlery takes at least 100 individual steps to complete. While we maintain these ancient traditions of handcrafted quality, we also take advantage of thoroughly modern, premium materials and state-of-the-art technology to provide that traditional quality to millions of professional chefs and avid home cooks throughout the world.
Knife Steel is Essential
Heat treatment—an invisible, yet vital, process. This exacting process is fundamentally important to ensuring that your Shun provides lasting value. In heat treatment, the metal is heated and cooled to change its microstructure, bringing out its very best properties. With precise heat treatment, blade steel becomes finer grained, making it stronger and harder so blades can be thinner, sharper, and give you a longer-lasting edge. Shun’s experts are, quite simply, masters of the heat treatment process.
Quality and Performance
Shun is the exact moment when a fruit has reached its ideal ripeness, when a vegetable is at its very best, or when meat is at its most flavorful. Home cooks and professional chefs alike celebrate shun in their kitchens, eagerly awaiting each season’s bounty and serving every ingredient in its proper time.
Shun Cutlery proudly takes its name from this Japanese culinary tradition of eating the freshest food at the perfect moment. We took this name to honor this seasonal, mindful way of eating and as a mark of our dedication to making kitchen cutlery that is always at the peak of its perfection, too.
|VG-Max Cutting Core||✓||✓|
|VG10 Cutting Core||✓|
|Double Bevel (16 Degree each side)||✓||✓||✓||✓|
The first thing that catches the eye about the beautiful Shun Premier series is its magnificent tsuchime (tsoo-CHEE-may) finish. This hammered finish combined with Premier's mirror blade polish and intricately layered Damascus, gives Shun Premier a look that is at once rustic and sophisticated.
But the real beauty of Premier is how it performs. Premier is designed to provide exceptionally agile handling. The lightweight, razor-sharp blades are quick and precise. The palm swell on the handle nestles into the hand to provide confident control - for both smaller and larger hands. The embossed endcap and brass ring provide both balance and beauty.
Shun Premier features a PakkaWood Handle that offers a comfortable grip. Walnut-colored PakkaWood is durable, and won't harbor bacteria. The embossed endcap adds beauty and balance.
The handle features a full composite tang that adds strength and balance.
VG-MAX Cutting Core
Shun of course makes very sharp knifes and looks great. I doubt they are the pinnacle of knives, but they work great for me. I have them professionally sharpened once a year regardless of how well I think they are holding up. You can do the one handed tomato slice with this knife when it's sharp.
Here it is shown cutting leftover prime rib using only the weight of the knife alone which is a mere 4 ounces. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vI-nRkb_8RQ
Revised and updated because I just bought the Premier Sumo Santoku TDM0743S knife which has a stand. It is prominently displayed on my kitchen bar and it is just as sharp as my Nakiri Shun but is heavier to make use of the weight of the knife itself to aid in cutting. I can shave pork loin to make it tender as a marshmallow for sandwiches (with kraut of course). Love both of these knives. Just make sure you have a good cutting surface. Those complaining about the knife going dull or chipping might be using the counter top for a cutting board. Use a simple plastic mat or an actual maple board.