Nagura Japanese Natural Slurry Stone

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  • In contrast to European stones made using the same material as the sharpening stones, the Nagura Japanese Natural Slurry Stone is made to complement no particular sharpening stone but rather all of them. Similar to other slurry stones, these nagura stones are used to expedite the sharpening stone. Customers should rub them in small circles on top of their moistened sharpening stones until they see the milky slurry that will help them sharpen their cutting utensils. Although these products come as light-colored cubes, it is important for customers to remember that each specimen is unique because of their production process. As a result, customers should expect individual variations in their nagura stones.

    Japan possesses an excellent reputation for its cutting utensils and the products used to care to them. Said products include both sharpening stones and the slurry stones used to keep them in optimal condition. Usage of both ensure excellent honing plus the preservation of the sharpening stones’ usefulness.

    Approx. dimensions:30 to 50 mm, roughly cubic in shape.
    Made in Japan
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jason l.
United States

Chu nagura

Nice , inexpensive nagura. I hone my own razors and I have a plethora of naguras to choose from. I enjoy experimenting with the different paths to sharp. This nagura has been consistent and I find that it falls somewhere between botan and tenjyou when compared with mikawa nagura. It will break down a little finer than that if worked long enough. A good setup for a tomo finish.

John D.

great stone

Expensive, but the only stone I�۪ve found with fine enough grit.