Yeah, ok...this isn't a real Nakiri. I make no pretence about being faithful to traditional designs, and I'm not going to start now. But this piece is faithful to the Nakiri concept as it has a long contact edge with a slight curve near the end and a rounded point.
And before you ask, no the point didn't break off. Yes, I intended for it to look like this. It's quite slick actually and the wide blade makes thinly slicing veggies a blast.
The blade is a woodgrain pattern of 80CRV2 and 15N20 steels. The handle is stabilized copper colored curly maple with micarta pins. The handle is six-sided, rather than eight because....well just because.
Blade 7" to tip (6.4" cutting edge), 11.5" overall