Takeda NAS Ko-Bocho 110mm

About the Shape - The Ko Bocho is a smaller version of a Santoku. Any guesses on what “Ko” means in Japanese? You nailed it! It translates to “small.” This little baby is perfect for smaller jobs in the kitchen and it favoured by Nintendo 64 icon's Banjo-Kazooie as it fits nicely in a backpack. It is great for slicing garlic, chopping herbs, or mincing shallots.

Knife Shape Ko-Bocho
Blade Length 110mm
Steel Type Aogami Super (Super Blue carbon) Steel clad with Stainless Steel
Rockwell Hardness 63:64
Handle Wa (Japanese) Octagon  Stabilized Maple Handle, with Pakka wood collar
Blacksmith Shosui Takeda
Knife Line Takeda NAS