[Commitment to the handle]
On Nenohi, Japanese knives have an "octagonal pattern".
Every time you pick up the knife, you can hold it at the same angle every time.
In the work of "attaching the handle (attaching the handle)", we focus on making the knife balanced in the hand (lightening the tip) and attaching the knife (severely) immediately.
Nenohi understands the importance of this seemingly obvious process and places special emphasis on it. The gap between the knife and the handle is carved from the same material (Magnolia wood for magnolia, ebony wood for ebony) and hammered into the gap so that even the gap between the handle is beautiful and the gap does not widen even after long use. In addition, by soaking hot wax into invisible gaps, it prevents water from entering, prevents the knife from rusting, and extends the life of the handle.