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Moritaka Gyuto 210mm
Moritaka Gyuto 210mm
Moritaka Gyuto 210mm

Moritaka Gyuto 210mm

Item #: Moritaka Gyuto 210
Our Price: $185.00(You Save: $20.00)
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Moritaka Supreme knives provide an exceptional rendering of Aogami Super steel sandwiched between softer iron cladding which is presented with a Kurouchi finish. Moritaka is one of the oldest and most storied knife makers on our site. They have been forging blades for over 700 years and that tradition is imbued into this wonderful gyuto.

In 210mm, this gyuto gets very thin at the tip and behind the edge. In the hand, these knives feel well balanced and are confidence inspiring. The 50/50 convex grind does a great job separating ingredients and the Aogami Super steel is a real treat to use. It takes an incredibly sharp and refined edge and is slower to patina than other carbon steels due to the higher alloy content in the steel. These knives punch beyond their price point and are a great piece of Japanese blade making history.

  • Weight: 5 ounces
  • Blade Length: 212 mm
  • Overall Length: 352 mm
  • Thickness at Heel: 3.3 mm
  • Blade Height: 46.1 mm

  • Customer Reviews
    Average rating is 4.7
    4.0
    By:  RobinW
    Philly, PA
    A cheap (-ish) way to a hand made Japanese knife.

    Grind on the bevel can be a bit uneven but the steel is great and performance is above price level.

    AS steel requires some care (not stainless), but ahhh the edges you get.....
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    5.0
    By:  Rick
    Eastlake, OH
    I recently received this knife as a Christmas present from my wife (which is more like a present to her since I do all the cooking:) ) and as soon as I opened it I was immediately impressed with the look and edge, I own Mac and Misono which I have bought through CKTG and this is by far the prie of my fleet. It cuts like a frickin light saber MAN!@!!
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    4.0
    By:  S. Hancock
    Dallas, TX
    I rate this knife at 4 of 5 stars.

    After about six weeks of use,I am impressed with the sharpness of the blade and the knife's balance. It feels good in the hand. It is also helpful that the knife has a western double bevel as opposed to the single bevel design found on many Japanese knives.

    The knife has a rustic almost rough look, however. It could never be considered a "work of art" as a fine sword might be. I used a food-grade mineral oil on the handle and that helped the appearance a good bit. But a buyer should think of this knife as a very good tool and not an object to be admired.
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    5.0
    By:  Mike Barber
    Indiana, PA
    I bought this and a matching 130mm petty knife, and they are both absolutely fabulous. They're light and perfectly balanced, and make my hand-forged Sabatier knives feel downright heavy and clunky. The black finish is very beautiful and serviceable,and stains much less than other carbon steel knives I've used. Highly recommended!
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    4.0
    By:  Dan M
    ma
    I recently purchased this gyuto from this website about a month ago. The service was immediate and shipment was hassle free. The knife itself has an undesirable appearance to it at first glance, but has soul... I am a professional chef and have put this blade to use. I use it to cut meat, peeled fruit and tuna primarily... Vegetables with membranes dull the blade quickly in one service, but it still works flawlessly on meats after the emergency tomato slice prep. Is it an all purpose knife? Not necessarily. If you buy this knife you must pamper it. Most of the black has come off due to use,cleaning and honing with a ceramic steel 5 nights a week. The black may be gone but the knife has improved its appearance and shown its true colors by constant care.
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    5.0
    By:  Jon
    Pittsburgh, PA
    I bought this knife based upon Mark's recommendation for an excellent carbon-bladed wa-gyuto that could handle a professional environment. I must say, the man knows his knives.

    I love how comfortable this knife is, and the edge retention is insane. It was shaving-sharp out of the box, and has maintained that through three solid shifts without any sort of honing, sharpening,etc.

    Fit and finish was as good as can be expected on a rustic-looking knife,and I can see the handle lasting for a long time.

    Great knife, and yet another great experience dealing with CKTG.
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    5.0
    By:  Jon
    Pittsburgh, PA
    I bought this knife as recommended by Mark, and let me just say that he knows his knives. The edge on this thing is ridiculous, and its retention is incredible. It is very lightweight, yet feels sturdy. I bought this to be a workhorse, and it hasn't let me down once. Yeah yeah, it rusts, blah blah, just wipe it down and dry it after you're done using it, and you won't have any problem. This knife looked rustic to begin with, but now that it has formed a patina,it just looks bad@$$. I HIGHLY recommend this knife.
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    5.0
    By:  mw
    Harrisburg, PA
    Excellent. Handle well finished and seamless. Blade razor sharp and well balances. A+
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    4.0
    By:  Richard F
    Northampton, MA
    This in my fifth or sixth knife from CKTG and they are outstanding. There is a lot to like about this knife. I've been using it for about three weeks and the steel is everything they say it is. My only complaint is the blade profile. It's very flat. In fact the knife looks more like a narrow blade santoku than a gyuto. This profile works perfectly well for slicing, but when dicing and chopping the heel of the blade is jarring when it strikes the cutting board. I've altered my technique to compensate and even ground the heel down a bit,but I'm pretty sure I will send this knife off to a sharpening service to have its profile reshaped at some point in the future.
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    5.0
    By:  Anthony R
    San Francisco, CA
    This knife was recommended to me by Mark and I am very satisfied. The knife has a great edge and looks great. Great purchase
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    5.0
    By:  daniel
    Washington, DC
    This knife feels like an extension of my hand. After a quick touch up on my stones I julienned 2 gallons of onions and 2 gallons of carrots and the knife was still sharp enough to keep going for the rest of the day doing light work. All the other chefs and the line cooks canít believe that I got it for the price I did.
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    5.0
    By:  Wes
    Los Angeles, CA
    I've had this knife for more than a year and it's perfect. Of all my knives, this is the one (1) that food sticks to the least; (2) that wedges the least; (3) that sharpens the quickest and easiest; (4) that gets the sharpest; (5) that holds its edge the longest (though I just bought a HAP40 gyuto that I expect will best it in that regard); and (6) is the lightest and most nimble in the hand. The only downside is that it must be wiped after each use. That's not really much of a downside in my opinion.
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