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Yoshikazu Tanaka Shirogami 1 Damascus 240mm Gyuto with Ebony Buffalo Handle
Yoshikazu Tanaka Shirogami 1 Damascus 240mm Gyuto with Ebony Buffalo Handle
Yoshikazu Tanaka Shirogami 1 Damascus 240mm Gyuto with Ebony Buffalo Handle
Yoshikazu Tanaka Shirogami 1 Damascus 240mm Gyuto with Ebony Buffalo Handle
Yoshikazu Tanaka Shirogami 1 Damascus 240mm Gyuto with Ebony Buffalo Handle
Yoshikazu Tanaka Shirogami 1 Damascus 240mm Gyuto with Ebony Buffalo Handle
Yoshikazu Tanaka Shirogami 1 Damascus 240mm Gyuto with Ebony Buffalo Handle
Yoshikazu Tanaka Shirogami 1 Damascus 240mm Gyuto with Ebony Buffalo Handle
Yoshikazu Tanaka Shirogami 1 Damascus 240mm Gyuto with Ebony Buffalo Handle
Yoshikazu Tanaka Shirogami 1 Damascus 240mm Gyuto with Ebony Buffalo Handle
Yoshikazu Tanaka Shirogami 1 Damascus 240mm Gyuto with Ebony Buffalo Handle

Yoshikazu Tanaka Shirogami 1 Damascus 240mm Gyuto with Ebony Buffalo Handle

Yoshikazu Tanaka

Regular price £445.00 Sale

Yoshikazu Tanaka is a master blacksmith from Sakai who forges his knives by hand using traditional methods and produces premium quality examples finished perfectly to the highest standard.

This range of knives is made from White #1 (Shirogami) with a thicker 'workhorse' profile and an exceptional damascus finish using iron cladding. This is a fully carbon knife giving it unrivalled performance but care is advised to keep it clean and dry to avoid the carbon reacting with moisture. 

Specifications:

Knife Type: Gyuto
Steel Type: White 1 with Iron cladding
Blade Hardness: HRC 62-63
Blade Type: Double edged blade
Blade Length: 240mm
Blade Height: 53.5mm
Blade Thickness: 3.7mm
Ferrule Material: Buffalo
Handle Material: Ebony
Handle Length: 145mm
Weight: 245g

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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