The Chroma Haiku Kurouchi knife is of the Takumi knives. Haiku Kurouchi are only made in the traditional way in the region of Tosa, Japan. Known is the Tosa region, in addition to their long tradition of cutlery, for its rugged, wild and craggy landscape, which can also be found on the Kurouchi-blade knife and gives it its distinctive, untamed natural character. The Chroma Haiku Kurouchi after forging is machined to the cutting blade is flat black and only the extremely sharp edge metal peeking out. Translated from the Japanese, Kurouchi means "forged black". Because of his artistic skill and his original creation, we proudly call it "the great-knife" that is just for professional chefs.