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Seisuke Hamono

Seisuke Hamono AUS10 Hammered Damascus 210mm Gyuto

Seisuke Hamono AUS10 Hammered Damascus 210mm Gyuto

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Seisuke Hamono is a Japanese knife brand with shops in Tokyo and Portland (USA). Their knives are produced by different blacksmiths, each specialising in a different range of knives. 

We have carefully selected some of the best ranges offered which all sit at superb price-points offering excellent value for money

This range of high quality knives are made in Japan using AUS10 stainless steel with a 17 layer damascus, hammered (Tsuchime) finish.  They offer one of the most cost effective ways to get a knife as beautiful and high quality as this.

AUS10 stain-resistant core steel is very popular for it's superior specification, superb sharpness and excellent edge retention.

The Gyuto is a multi-purpose, large bladed knife that you can use for almost everything. Typically these are light strong knives which range from 180mm to 240mm normally (although sometimes longer), with 210mm being the most common and popular size due to it's sweet spot of length for larger tasks but excellent agility. Longer knives tend to be used more for high volume tasks in professional kitchens where 240mm and even 270mm are popular. 180mm is popular for smaller home kitchen tasks too.

The blade profile is great for cutting in a rocking type motion. If you are looking for one knife, this is the most versatile.


Knife Type: Gyuto
Steel Type: AUS10 (Stain resistant steel)
Blade Hardness: HRC 59-60
Blade Type: Double edged blade
Blade Length: 210mm
Blade Height: 46mm 
Blade Thickness: 2.0mm
Ferrule Material: Pakka wood
Handle Material: Shitan
Handle Length: 133mm
Weight: 161g


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

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