Introduction to sharpening Japanese Knives

A "Hocho" is an uncommonly sharp but also delicate tool. You should note the following if you are using one.

There are some tips on getting a stone that has become concave flat again in the instructions accompanying the stone. A combination stone is usuallly adequate for sharpening if it has a 1000/6000 grain size. If you want to go deeper into the detail, there is a good selection in our sharpening stones section.

 
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