Naniwa Chosera 1000 Grit Whetstone w/Base
Naniwa Chosera 1000 Grit Whetstone w/Base
Naniwa Chosera 1000 Grit Whetstone w/Base
Naniwa Chosera 1000 Grit Whetstone w/Base
Naniwa Chosera 1000 Grit Whetstone w/Base
Naniwa Chosera 1000 Grit Whetstone w/Base

Naniwa Chosera 1000 Grit Whetstone w/Base

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Accessories Information

The Naniwa Chosera series of stones are an elite, Japanese domestic product only. They are very hard to source outside of Japan. They are the same material as the Pro, but are thicker and come with a Nagura and base, representing much better value for money. 

They are a fast stone, great for Kasumi, and are officially splash and go, but benefit from a quick soak before use. 

  • Medium Grit Whetstone for microchip removal, progression from coarser stone
  • Grit: 1000
  • Size: 210 x 70 x 25mm
  • 1090g

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    Jarrod
    Great stone Chosera 1000

    Excellent feedback, very slow wearing. Has a really nice feel to it. I purchased this over the naniwa professional because it has 5mm more stone and the nagura, and then I just removed the base. Very easy job to remove the base. I was torn up as to what stones I should buy, and was thinking about Chosera or maybe the Suehiro debados, but chose the Chosera. The guys helped me out with suggestions and explanations. I have a king KDS 1000/6000 but found that even though it is an incredible stone, it struggles to sharpen high Rockwell knives. The stone doesn’t dish easily and is so easy to use being a splash and go. Also purchased a 400 Chosera and am considering the 3000 too!

    Thanks guys at chefs edge for the excellent service

    J
    Jarrod
    Great stone Chosera 1000

    Excellent feedback, very slow wearing. Has a really nice feel to it. I purchased this over the naniwa professional because it has 5mm more stone and the nagura, and then I just removed the base. Very easy job to remove the base. I was torn up as to what stones I should buy, and was thinking about Chosera or maybe the Suehiro debados, but chose the Chosera. The guys helped me out with suggestions and explanations. I have a king KDS 1000/6000 but found that even though it is an incredible stone, it struggles to sharpen high Rockwell knives. The stone doesn’t dish easily and is so easy to use being a splash and go. Also purchased a 400 Chosera and am considering the 3000 too! Thanks guys at chefs edge for the excellent service