Sakai Takayuki Blue Steel No.2 Kurouchi 210mm Gyuto Knife
Sakai Takayuki Blue Steel No.2 Kurouchi 210mm Gyuto Knife
Sakai Takayuki Blue Steel No.2 Kurouchi 210mm Gyuto Knife
Sakai Takayuki Blue Steel No.2 Kurouchi 210mm Gyuto Knife
Sakai Takayuki Blue Steel No.2 Kurouchi 210mm Gyuto Knife
Sakai Takayuki Blue Steel No.2 Kurouchi 210mm Gyuto Knife
Sakai Takayuki Blue Steel No.2 Kurouchi 210mm Gyuto Knife

Sakai Takayuki Blue Steel No.2 Kurouchi 210mm Gyuto Knife

Regular price £195.00 Sale

Sakai Takayuki is without doubt one of the most prominent Japanese blacksmiths with over 600 years of history. Based in Sakai, Osaka Prefucture the technology and method used to create these beautiful pieces remains unchanged, and true to the traditions of the blacksmith.

This range is made from Blue Steel No.2, which is a carbon steel with HRC rating of between 63 and 65. This very hard steel has incredible sharpness and exceptional retention while also being easy to sharpen.

Kurouchi roughly translates at 'blacksmith's finish', and retains some of the residue of the forging process. This allows the knives to be cheaper, as some of the production process is removed, and also provides protection to the blade reducing the risk of corrosion. Not only that, but it is a stunning finish, and is very desirable right now.

Specifications

Knife Type: Gyuto
Steel Type: Blue Steel No.2 (Carbon Steel, Rust Prone)
Blade Hardness: HRC 61-62
Blade Type: Double edged blade
Blade Length: 210mm (8.3")
Blade Height: 47mm (1.9")
Blade Thickness: 4.2mm (0.165")
Ferrule Material: Pakka wood
Handle Material: Walnut
Handle Length: 140mm (5.5")
Weight: 178g (6.3 ounces)

IMPORTANT NOTE:

Do not use the knife to chop hard materials such as bones or frozen items unless the knife is made for that specific purpose. Always ensure you keep your knife clean and dry, and sharpen it as required to prevent a dull edge.

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Please read our guidance pages below to help you make the right choice and make the most of the knives you choose:

Steel Types Explained

Knife Types Explained

Care Guidelines for all Knives

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