Meat / fish knives (carving knives)
A carving knife is traditionally used to cut (tranch) roasted meat. A meat fork is also used for this. In Japan these knives are mainly used to cut raw fish. The blade is somewhat thinner and narrower than a chef's knife for cutting more accurately. The blade length is between 180 and 300 mm. The Japanese meat knives are called Sujihiki (or Sujibiki) and are generally longer than western meat knives. Sujihiki knives are double-sided and are similar in functionality to traditional Yanagiba knives, although Yanagiba knives are thicker.
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