Japanese kitchen knife Gyuto Ittetsu VG-10 Damascus IWZ-105 24cm
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Gyuto Japanese kitchen knife Ittetsu VG-10 Damascus IWZ-105 24cm


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Gyuto IWZ-105 from Ittetsu is a Japanese-designed chef's knife with a blade length of 24 cm, designed for chopping and slicing meat, fish, fruits and vegetables. The octagonal handle is made of pakkawood wood. The blade is made of high quality VG10 Damascus steel, hammer finish. This knife cannot be washed in the dishwasher. Hand wash with warm water and towel dry. Japanese kitchen knives have a very hard but thin blade. Japanese knives are not allowed to cut bones and meat with bones, coconuts and other nuts, and other hard foods. Ittetsu knives due to handmade may differ slightly from those shown in the photos and sizes. Echizen city, Japan. Weight 270 gr.

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Damascus, VG-10
Blade Length, mm

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.