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The name Takeshi Saji is synonymous with Takefu Knife Village. He was one of the founding members of this kitchen knife creating focused village, along with other knife legends such as the now retired Katsushige Anryu and the late Masami Asai.
Though Saji-san has a variety of knife lines he works on, his flagship is definitely his rainbow Damascus line. The intermittent layers of copper, brass, and nickel are iconically the reason this line is called rainbow Damascus, just see for yourself. What's more? Some knife enthusiasts will give these knives a coffee etch to add even more contrast to these intermittent layers than what you see in the images. And if you want a no fuss type of knife where you don't need to worry about reactivity, then his VG10 rainbow Damascus will be your top choice as opposed to his carbon steel offerings.
A 270mm sujihiki - sujihiki literally translates to "flesh slicer" - is the perfect length for those that typically prefer a longer blade. If you're a 240mm and up user, you'll want to reach for this sujihiki when it comes time to carve your meat.