Questions? Contact Us >>
Mobile Menu
View Cart
Home > Resources > For Knife Collectors > Anryu Hamono > All Anryu Knives > Anryu Blue #2 Hammered Gyuto 180mm
Anryu Blue #2 Hammered Gyuto 180mm
Anryu Blue #2 Hammered Gyuto 180mm Anryu Blue #2 Hammered Gyuto 180mmAnryu Blue #2 Hammered Gyuto 180mmAnryu Blue #2 Hammered Gyuto 180mm
Anryu Blue #2 Hammered Gyuto 180mmAnryu Blue #2 Hammered Gyuto 180mmAnryu Blue #2 Hammered Gyuto 180mmAnryu Blue #2 Hammered Gyuto 180mm

Anryu Blue #2 Hammered Gyuto 180mm

Item #: AnryuAOGyuto180

Average Customer Rating:
(5 out of 5 based on 2 reviews)

Read Reviews | Write a Review
Our Price: $160.00
Availability:
Qty:
After 50 years, Anryu has given over his business to his trusted apprentice, Ikeda san, who now manages Anryu Hamono and does the lion's share of the work.

This is about the smallest size that gyuto style knives are made. In fact it could be considered part petty and part santoku, not just in dimensions but in abilities and feel. People who like a shorter blade will be intrigued by this knife as it serves so many purposes and is so adroit at many cutting and slicing tasks. It is also a great knife for use in restricted spaces or on small boards.

  • Workshop: Anryu Hamono
  • Blacksmith: Ikeda san
  • Location: Takefu Village, Echizen, Japan
  • Construction: San Mai, Hammer Forged
  • Edge Steel: Blue #2
  • Cladding: Stainless Steel
  • Handle: Rosewood Oval
  • Edge Grind: Even (see choil shot)
  • Weight: 4.7 ounces
  • Blade Length: 182 mm
  • Total Length: 330 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 2.9 mm
  • Blade Height: 42 mm



  • Customer Reviews

    Reviews

    2 review(s) WRITE A REVIEW (Reviews are subject to approval)
      I love these knives , August 11, 2018
    Posted By: Ben S

    This is my 10th knife in this line. They're razor sharp out of the box, and look gorgeous.

    Was this rating helpful to you?   Yes   No
      Excellent blade, May 20, 2018
    Posted By: Jonathan Hancock

    I've had this blade for a few months now, holds it's edge very well, and has very little flex in the blade, and at this price point everyone should buy one. I mostly use it on things I'm hesitant to put my takeda on, this is quickly becoming my go-to take down knife

    Was this rating helpful to you?   Yes   No
    Recently Viewed Items
    Home Close Back
    Free Shipping On All Domestic Orders Over $100 Click HereLearn More About Free Shipping