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The Ronin Tourne Paring Knife used to peel an apple for a delicious looking apple pie
Kessaku Ronin Series Tourne Knife uses, dimensions, maintenance, warranty info, and additional blade treatments
Kessaku Ronin Tourne Knife blade features: 7Cr17MoV steel, 58 HRC, 16 degree edge, reinforced spine
Kessaku Ronin Tourne Knife handle features: Pakkawood handle, full tang, contoured bolster, laser etched end cap
The Kessaku Ronin Bird's Beak Tourne Paring Knife comes in a premium gift box with a blade guard, polishing cloth, care guide, and warranty & support booklet
Mangoes cut decoratively using Ronin Tourne Knife
Avocado cut in half using the Ronin Bird's Beak Paring Knife
The Ronin Tourne Knife lays atop a bowl after slicing strawberries, peach, and avocado
The Ronin Bird's Beak Paring Knife after cutting large cherry tomatoes.
The Ronin Tourne Knife with sliced apples and kiwi on toast with feta
The Ronin Bird's Beak Knife pitting and slicing an avocado.

Kessaku 2.75" Bird's Beak Tourne Paring Knife - Ronin Series


  • Premium 7Cr17MoV High Carbon Stainless Steel
  • 58 HRC on the Rockwell Scale
  • Blade angle: 16° per side
  • Mirror-polished Pakkawood handle
  • Laser-etched end cap

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The Ronin Bird's Beak Knife pitting and slicing an avocado.


Bird's Beak Knife

Designed for intricate cutting, the Ronin Bird’s Beak Tourné Paring Knife is great for crafting vegetable garnishes, and perfect for any foods and garnishes that require attention to detail. A part of a chef’s skillset is the tournée cut. This technique turns fruits and vegetables into uniform elliptical shapes for even cooking. When this technique is mastered, knowing how to tournée will add to the aesthetic and texture of sides, stews, or roasts.

The Ronin Series

Ronin Series knives are distinguished by their finely etched design reminiscent of the classic Japanese Seigaiha pattern (waves layered from concentric circles which represent surges of good luck, resilience, and power). Adorned with two marbled resin bands resembling twin moons or celestial wedding rings, the knives are equipped with extremely durable mirror polished pakkawood handles. Each knife has full tang strength, which means the knife’s blade extends all the way through the entire handle for lifelong durability and safety. They are finished with a stainless-steel laser etched end cap which serves as a counterbalance.

The Kessaku Ronin Series 2.75-Inch Tourne Paring Knife features, dimensions, and steel composition

Blade Features

Ronin Series knife blades are vacuum furnace heat treated and nitrogen cooled which greatly enhances the blade’s performance, providing excellent wear resistance and durability, while minimizing the chance of chips and fractures occurring under heavy stress. Forged from premium 7Cr17MoV high carbon stainless steel, the composition of this steel results in great edge retention, keeping the knife’s blade sharper, longer. The steel has a Rockwell Hardness (HRC) of 58 for strength, flexibility, and blade edge durability. Each blade is hand sharpened to a perfect 16-degree angle per side.

Handle Features

Used for military applications due to its incredible strength and exceptional density, Pakkawood has high water-resisting capabilities, won't crack or split, and is easy to clean and maintain. The seamless build ensures no dirt or food debris can infiltrate its body, keeping the handle safe and hygienic in busy kitchens. Ergonomically designed for extended use, the handle has a contoured bolster, which provides a comfortable pinch grip for enhanced knife control.

The Kessaku Ronin Series 2.75-Inch Tourne Paring includes a felt-lined knife sheath, polishing cloth, and premium gift box

Included Items

  • Kessaku Ronin Series 2.75" Bird's Beak Tourne Paring Knife
  • Kessaku Felt-Lined Knife Sheath
  • Kessaku Premium Gift Box with Magnetic Closure
  • Kessaku Polishing Cloth
  • Kessaku Care Instruction Booklet

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