Gyuto Japanese kitchen knife Ittetsu Tadafusa OEM IS-44 21cm
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Gyuto Japanese kitchen knife Ittetsu Tadafusa OEM IS-44 21cm

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Description

Ittetsu Tadafusa OEM gyuto with 210 mm blade. The Gyuto is the Japanese version of the classic Western Chef's knife. The difference is that the gyuto's blade is thinner and holds a sharper edge.  Blade is made of SLD steel by Hitachi. SLD is a cold work die steel with high abrasion resistance for general use, excellent harden-ability and minimal quench stress. Handle: ashtree / quince. Ittetsu knives are handmade in Echizen city, Japan. Hand wash with warm water and towel dry. 

Ittetsu
IS-44
2 Items
Reference
IS-44
Brand
Ittetsu
Country
Japan
Steel
SLD
Handle
Ash / Quince
Blade Length, mm
210
Collection
Tadafusa OEM
Hardness
60-62 HRC
Total length, mm
330
Ittetsu

Ittetsu knives are handcrafted in Echizen, Japan by various master blacksmiths. The knife blades are made of three-layer steel with an inner layer of Shirogi and are hardened to approximately 60 HRC. The octagonal grips are made of walnut and equipped with a pakka wood clip. The Kurouchi finish makes the knives look classically Japanese and a little more rustic. The sharpness and stability of the blade is excellent, so the good value for money of these high quality knives should be emphasized.