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Masakage Yuki Gyuto 210mm
Masakage Yuki Gyuto 210mm Masakage Yuki Gyuto 210mm
Masakage Yuki Gyuto 210mm Masakage Yuki Gyuto 210mm

Masakage Yuki Gyuto 210mm

Item #: YukiGyuto210

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When the Masakage Yuki line was introduced it quickly garnered attention for its beautiful, elegant aesthetics. As more enthusiasts and pros put these knives to the test, their reputation grew for their performance. This 210mm gyuto couples Hitachi Shirogami #2 steel, reputed to take one of the keenest edges available in cutlery, with a uniquely thin grind resulting in a delicate, high performance edge. While Shirogami #2 is a carbon steel and will patina with use, upkeep is easy with stainless steel cladding.

  • Weight: 5.8 ounces
  • Blade Length: 211 mm
  • Overall Length: 362 mm
  • Thickness at Heel: 3.4 mm
  • Blade Height: 46.9 mm

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    5  What a knife!, November 22, 2014
    Posted By: Matt Paine

    After months of research and reviews I have pulled the trigger and bought myself a Yuki. Only one word comes to mind when you first place your hands on it, "WOW". The initial fit and feel in my hand was nothing but positive. The knife is much lighter and nimbler in the hand than I had expected. The fit and finish is exactly what you would expect from reading reviews. No gaps, rough edges, or defects in the handle or blade. When I ran the knife through the first ingredient, (a very soft skinned tomato), only one thing came to mind, light saber! It pushed through the skin and mushy interior of the tomato without deforming it or spilling it's juices. I have only been serious into kitchen knives for the past 2 years and this knife has put a smile on my face. I would recommend this knife to any home/hobby cook.

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    5  Product Review, October 11, 2014
    Posted By: Aaron - verified customer

    Well my first of the Masakage series and I'm very impressed. Sharp right out of the box and thin behind the edge and nice and light. The handle is comfortable and ever at 210mm (more like 215mm it's good enough to use in a pro kitchen all day. White 2 is very quick to sharpen while the stainless steel jacket makes care minimal. And the usual great service by Mark.

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    5  Product Review, June 4, 2014
    Posted By: Mikahil - verified customer

    Bought 5 of masakage knives for my mother. Have not tried them myself - would not comment on performance. F&F however is nice and the knives look really beautiful. My mother fell in love with the blade finish instantly.

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    5  Product Review, December 18, 2013
    Posted By: Jason - verified customer

    After careful review of many knives, I chose this one as my first from CKTG.
    I am very pleased with the quality of the knife. It is very well balanced, the fit & finish are almost flawless, and the blade is extremely sharp out of the box.
    I am looking forward to doing business with CKTG again to add more knives to my kitchen collection !


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    5  Product Review, December 4, 2013
    Posted By: Steve - verified customer

    What can I say? I LOVE this knife! Bought it about 10 months ago after meticulous research on CKTG and time has proven that I chose wisely.
    I've used a variety of knives and handled quite a few more doing the Quick Look product videos for CKTG. There's just something about holding a Masakage - you can feel the soul and craftsmanship that go into creating these great kitchen tools.
    The Yuki 210 Gyuto looks fantastic, has lower maintenance stainless cladding over the carbon steel core, comes super sharp OOTB, and it cuts like a dream. The Yuki's are very thin behind the edge and the combination of the grind geometry and refined rustic finish help food release as well.
    The edge profile shape is very versatile, and the tip is thin enough to fly through onions, brunoise shallots, mince garlic, etc. The blade also has enough weight to help cut through product. It's not a laser, but it's not heavy either.
    I have found the White #2 core steel to be minimally reactive in normal use with moderate upkeep while prepping. Once you get a good basic patina on the edge, you can go to town with this thing!
    The grind and edge are also 50/50, so it's perfect for this lefty.
    This is just a fun knife to use and a great knife like this helps make prep more enjoyable (at least for me it does).
    If you are looking at this style of Japanese Gyuto, I don't think you can go wrong with the Yuki 210 or it's big brothers the 240/270.


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