Kaimuki Type Japanese Kitchen Knife Definition

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Kaimuki ( 貝剥 or 貝むき)
- Kai in Japanese means shellfish, and muki means to shuck. Small knife designed to open shellfish, scallops and oysters. Several variations exist.


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