#616 Shoubudani Nashiji Asagi Fast Fine Lv 3.5 Hardness LV4 Fine 934 Grams
#616 Shoubudani Nashiji Asagi Fast Fine Lv 3.5 Hardness LV4 Fine 934 Grams
#616 Shoubudani Nashiji Asagi Fast Fine Lv 3.5 Hardness LV4 Fine 934 Grams
#616 Shoubudani Nashiji Asagi Fast Fine Lv 3.5 Hardness LV4 Fine 934 Grams
#616 Shoubudani Nashiji Asagi Fast Fine Lv 3.5 Hardness LV4 Fine 934 Grams
#616 Shoubudani Nashiji Asagi Fast Fine Lv 3.5 Hardness LV4 Fine 934 Grams
#616 Shoubudani Nashiji Asagi Fast Fine Lv 3.5 Hardness LV4 Fine 934 Grams
#616 Shoubudani Nashiji Asagi Fast Fine Lv 3.5 Hardness LV4 Fine 934 Grams
#616 Shoubudani Nashiji Asagi Fast Fine Lv 3.5 Hardness LV4 Fine 934 Grams
#616 Shoubudani Nashiji Asagi Fast Fine Lv 3.5 Hardness LV4 Fine 934 Grams
#616 Shoubudani Nashiji Asagi Fast Fine Lv 3.5 Hardness LV4 Fine 934 Grams
#616 Shoubudani Nashiji Asagi Fast Fine Lv 3.5 Hardness LV4 Fine 934 Grams

#616 Shoubudani Nashiji Asagi Fast Fine Lv 3.5 Hardness LV4 Fine 934 Grams

$310.00

Very easy to use Shoubudani, fast cutting fine finishing stone that can be made to be finer by using a broken down slurry with less pressure. This stone is very easy to use, self slurrying with a nice bright milky kasumi to near mirror finish. A great first stone or addition to a stone collection. It’s mid to fine polish will be a great surface for improved food release and a good edge for a variety of double and single bevel Japanese knives.

174x77x29mm 934 grams

Shoubudani:

A ‘Higashi-mono’ (Eastern Mine Stone), Shoubudani is well known for producing a wide range of stones with different hardness and fineness. The Shoubudani mine produces some of the higher quality natural whetstones that are akin to Nakayama mine stones in their beautiful finish.

Nashiji:

Meaning ‘pear-skin’, this aesthetic quality looks like tiny brown/pale dots on the stone. This quality can look similar to Su-holes on Suita stones as well as be a quality on Suita.

Asagi:

This aesthetic term refers to the general color of the stone. Typically, Asagi stones are grey, light blue, greyish-blue/green, and tan. They are usually quite clean stones that are on the harder side. However, softer Asagi stones are great for knife polishing.

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