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||0.300 ||||1||1||1||0||||||||This is a nice little block that works extremely well at taking off rust from carbon steel knives. This particular one is about 2K grit. We recommend soaking the block for about 5 minutes before use and using light pressure with consistent back and forth strokes to clean up your knives. It's quick and easy to use.||||||||http://chefknivestogo.stores.turbify.net/sarurure120g.html||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|20xloupe||item-1||solidtemplate||edproac||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/20x-loupe-105.png||||||20X Illuminated Loupe||MG21007||specials > linecooks > sharpening-stones > edgepro > edproac > ||Resources > For Professionals > Sharpening Stones > Edge Pro > Edge Pro Accessories > ||8.950||8.950 ||||||
Average rating is 4.6
5.0
By:  Matt
Rome,NY
This loupe is my favorite as well. Not only does it have a great clear picture under 20X magnification,the LED light really enhances the picture. It’s great for looking at your straight razor edges. This loupe is great!
0.3
5.0
By:  Donnie
Everyone needs one of these. You’ll know how your edge looks with this. 20X is great,can’t see a need for more.
0.3
4.0
By:  Ozgur
Izmir,Turkey
This is a nice loupe that does the job. I have a 10x loupe without light,and it does not work well on knives. Illumunation in a loupe is DEFINITELY a must to examine knives’ edges. I gave 4 stars,becuase it is my first illunated loupe,I don’t know any better for comparison. But,it does the job,and at that price,it is a very good buy.
0.3
4.0
By:  Tyler
Charlotte,NC
Good product. Allows you to view the edge closer to see what kind of work you are doing.
0.3
5.0
By:  ER
Louisville,KY
This little guy has improved my sharpening skills incredibly.



Examine the edge,notice rough spots... and concentrate on those areas. Repeat as needed - as simple as that.



Bargain price for how much it’ll improve your ability to develop a better,sharper edge.
0.3
5.0
By:  Ron Miller
Windsor,CO
this is a great product. It has a lot of uses other than for sharpening. I also use it for things like seeing slivers to remove them,inspecting 0-rings for cracks,as well as looking at knife edges. This has been the best tool I have to provide feedback so that I can improve my sharpening ability.
0.3
5.0
By:  Allen B.
Florence,KY
Great loupe! Very bright light. You can really see your knife edge! Every knife sharpener should own one.
0.3
4.0
By:  Mr.Magnus
Sweden Stockholm
This Loupe is my first one and i like it. only wish the on/off switch where on top and not under.
0.3
5.0
By:  hunter
SF
love being able to get a close up view of my edge - great buy!
0.3
3.0
By:  IF
Bay Area
I like this loupe for judging knife edges better than my 20x Belomo (which has better optics but really lacks built in illumination making it very hard to use on edges). But I like it less than the 60x Mini microscope that Mark sold me. My main concern with the 20x loupe is a very bright LED that leaves me partially blinded after use.
0.3
5.0
By:  jason pintel
San Luis Obispo Calif
Best loop for the money I have seen good optics great bright light
0.3
5.0
By:  Rod
Honolulu,HI
Very clear loop. Definitely shows the edge/imperfections.
0.3
5.0
By:  Mike
Los Angeles,CA
The best you can expect for the price. Gets the job done and is affordable. Great value
0.3
4.0
By:  Colin
New Orleans,LA
This was recommended by Mark/forum and it works well and feels sturdy. However,20x is just enough magnification to let you see your edge,I would strongly recommend getting a higher magnification. You can see big picture problems and grind differences but definitely not subtleties.
0.3
5.0
By:  mjames howard
Des Moines,IA
Nice to see the continuity of the burr up close when wet hands can sometimes deceive us. Helps me minimize the size of the burr created therein extending the life of the knife’s material. Helpful and interesting but obviously not necessary.
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||0.300 ||||1||1||1||0||||||||This 20X Loupe is a must have when you want to see your sharpening work. I've tried multiple loupes since I started sharpening and this 20X Jewelers Loupe is my favorite. It has a really nice and clear magnifying glass as well as a good LED light to make viewing your edges easy. It comes with an extra battery and a small case for storage. This item belongs in every sharpeners tool box. Dr. Matt Recommended!

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Average rating is 4
4.0
By:  Joseph
Rozario
Great tool. Not indispensable. However,very useful for maintaining the life of your carbon blade.
0.3
||0.200 ||||1||1||1||0||||||||This rust remover is small and is about 3K grit. It works well in cleaning off surface rust from knives and other metal objects. If you soak them and use light pressure, they give a very nice finish on the carbon knives I've used. I love mine since it's so easy and time efficient.

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Average rating is 4.3
4.0
By:  Tim Darlington
Philadelphia
Great little product for the price. Really lets you get right in there and inspect your knife edge and assess the situation. People at work call me a nut for using a microscope on my knife,but none of theirs can slice through paper like tofu.

0.3
3.0
By:  Norman To
Sydney,Australia
this microscope has a little learning curve for me to get used to.
0.3
5.0
By:  Rob Babcock
Sioux Falls,SD
Man,if I could give this product 10 stars I would! No lie,I have 15 of them. Mine were purchased from Amazon years before Mark got them but I’m so glad he did! Now I have another source of them.



I literally don’t know how I’d sharpen without this scope. The true magnification is probably 30-ish; is seems like manufacturers of cheap scopes like t his just pull a number out of the air. But the optics are astonishingly clear,especially for the price. The real killer aspect of this is the LED light shining right where you need the it. Brilliant! You can easily see a burr and gauge the amount of polish you have. Do you use the "Sharpie trick"? This will allow you to see where you’re hitting with a level of precision that will increase your diagnostic power exponentially.



The downsides? It’s kinda cheap feeling. I’d gladly pay $50 for an identical version built like a SureFire or Streamlight.



As an FYI,I also keep one of these in my work knife case and at least one in every first aid kit. They’re amazing for digging out spinters or seeing debris in someones’ eye.



Seriously,if you don’t have one of these,YOU NEED ONE! This will revolutionize the way you think about your edges.
0.3
5.0
By:  IF
Bay Area
For judging edges I like the 60x Mini Microscope (which Mark sold me and might be the same as the 45x) more than my 20x Belomo or my 20x illuminated loupe. Tiny,easy to use,lights not too bright,good field of view.
0.3
||0.300 ||||1||1||1||0||||||||30x Jewelers Loupe w/LED. This one gives nice clear viewing of your edges and comes in handy for other things as well.||||||||http://chefknivestogo.stores.turbify.net/45xmimiwled.html||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|3x8stropplate||item-1||solidtemplate||kangaroostrops||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/3x8-strop-plate-149.png||||||3x8" Strop Plate||3X8SmallPlate||specials > linecooks > shac > kangaroostrops > ||Resources > For Professionals > Sharpening Accessories > Kangaroo Strops > ||25.000||25.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||3x8" Strop Plate. This plate is made out of powder coated steel and provides a solid surface that is designed to work with our strops that all have magnetic backing on the. The plate also has some rubber feet attached to the bottom to give a little elevation and traction when stropping on your counter or bench.||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|5drstcowhexk||item-1||solidtemplate||addonitems||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/5-16-drill-stop-collar-90.png||||||5/16" Drill Stop Collar ||5/16Drillcollar||knife-accessories > addonitems > ||Accessories > Add On Items > ||3.950||3.950 ||||||
Average rating is 4.9
5.0
By:  Ken Schwartz
Mountain House,CA
Here’s how MADROOKIE does it. Brilliant! Take notes :) The perfect solution to varying stone thicknesses,especially those ’Extra Thick’ stones. A ’must have’ for the serious EP user.

Ken
0.3
3.0
By:  Jason Jennings
Austin,TX
Pretty good solution for the stone width issue w/ EP. Will say might be more useful on EP pro than Apex,as the most acute sharpening angle you can achieve with thick stones like Shapton when using the stop collar is 13.6º
0.3
5.0
By:  Raymond
Walnut Creek,CA
I have been using the EdgePro system for three years. This collar substantially improves results as even a new set of stones will have slight thickness variances. Reduces time needed at each grit level. Highly recommend.
0.3
5.0
By:  Bob Cummings
Morehead City,NC
Take the stone off of your edge pro and rest the bar on the guide. Now mount a stone and rest it on the guide again. See the angle change? The same thing happens to a lesser degree when you use stones that have different thicknesses. And,naturally,they all *are* different. The drill stop collar lets you compensate for the different thickness of the stones in the blink of an eye. There are several videos on YouTube showing how to set it up. I think this item is a must buy for anyone with an Edge Pro,especially when you are using the finer stones. It takes you from being close to right to perfect every time.
0.3
5.0
By:  Paul
0.3
5.0
By:  Paul
Boston Ma.
The dril stop collar is a must have if you have uneven stones.
0.3
5.0
By:  Mrmnms
Setauket,NY
Great time saver for adjusting different stone thicknesses. Mine was very snug. Maybe because my edge pro is older.

0.3
5.0
By:  wessel
amsterdam,NL
Must have,should be standard for every EP.

This is the only way to get perfect edges time after time.

Even when your stones are all about as thick,over time some stones will wear faster than others.

With this thingy you will have no problem with that.

0.3
5.0
By:  DLibby
Greenville,SC
Hard to review something as simple as a ’drill-stop collar’. It came as described. What mattered more to me about this order is that shipping was fast and reasonably priced. Will order again and would have no hesitation on ordering something more substantial.
0.3
5.0
By:  Rod
Honolulu,HI
Stop collar is another no brainer purchase for EPA to ensure consistent stone angle.
0.3
5.0
By:  steve
conroe tx
Works great. having this stop collar eliminates having to use sharpee to get the edge correct when changes stones. A must have for the edge pro
0.3
5.0
By:  Richard
Tulsa,ok
Works well
0.3
5.0
By:  Brandon
Oregon Ohio
The kangaroo strop works good with the edge pro
0.3
5.0
By:  Max
Rochester Ny
MUST HAVE IT! This thing is a no brainer,great idea by these guys here. Makes the edge pro much less time consuming and accurate when changing stones.
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Average rating is 5
5.0
By:  EJ
Seattle,WA
Wow! This strop set quickly took my edges to a new level. Super easy to use and the base doesn’t move around like the other one I tried and returned. Great product!
0.3
5.0
By:  Troy
Austin,TX
This is simply an awesome set! Talk about finishing a knife edge off right! Mark told me I would be amazed,and he ain’t kidden!!!



I really cannot say enough good stuff about this kit. If you want to finish your knifes in style,you cannot go wrong with this kit.
0.3
5.0
By:  Troy Fuller
Austin,TX
Mark told me that stropping would take my edges to a new level and WOW he was right! This kit is awesome and makes the process simple. Hightly recommneded!!
0.3
5.0
By:  Mr.Magnus
Sweden Stockholm
This strop kit made me very happy. works great with both knives and razors. just took one of my shavers to a painless death level :)
0.3
5.0
By:  Patrick
Greenwich
A few swipes and you’re back in action.
0.3
5.0
By:  Manuel Acon
San Jose,Costa Rica
Great kit! It took my knives to a higher level. I used to sharpen with a 1000-5000 grid wet stone but this kit complements perfectly and completes the job.
0.3
5.0
By:  Jeff Jones
Merrimack,NH
This,along with every other product I’ve bought from Mark,is excellent. I bought this because it has everything I need for proper stropping. I don’t have to buy pieces individually. That’s why I keep coming back to Chefknivestogo,and I recommend it to all my friend for the same reasons.
0.3
5.0
By:  Victor Jelbring
Mackay Australia.
This set as many people before me has qouted,does really take your sharpening experience to the very next level,that is ofc if you are a person who demands the very best possible sharpness and cutting performance.

This kit will take you a very long way,the base is solid and hold everything steady,the wood stropp is so nice and smoth and with the dimond spray that comes with it,just a few first stroke and you can tell straight away that your edge is now already something you have not touch or tase before.

To finish of with the kits horse but strop,is just such a great product to work with,just with a few last smooth stroke your knife will end up in a condition that only deserve big stand up and take a bow.



one thing I can advise to anyone who is thinking to buy this set is a few following details that is good to know.



Yes for "GOD" sake buy this kit if you wanna take it to a new level and yes the price is so much value,after using it I could easy pay twice if I had to.



when you use your Horse Strop,please what ever you do,do not just force your blade down on to it.



Place it down nice a controled,otherwise like we all do in the start,even myself cut small marks on the leather,just cause the blade is so dam sharp,you really have to place it down nice and slow and then manke a light but yet firm stroke.

Last thing what I love about this kit is that when you are using the strops and start stroping,the aroma / smell from the wood and leather is just unbelivible,that smell really is something beautifull to have around you when you sharpen your knifes. Great Product and Great Value for your money. and Tanks to Mark and his wife for exelent service ! Big TIme.
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||4.000 ||||1||1||1||0||||||||This kit includes all you need to get razor sharp edges. We recommend you use the paste on the balsa. Use a small amount and spread it thin. A little goes a long way. Then finish your knives with the bark tanned bovine strop by itself. And yes, the balsa and bovine strops have magnetic backing.

**Please note that the video below shows a horse strop; the kit now contains a bovine strop instead. As of November 5th we have added the .5 micron diamond paste along with the 1 micron diamond paste from a jar to a syringe for easier access. It's water based so you can cut the product with a drop or two of water to loosen it up.

  • Richmond Strop Base
  • Bark Tanned Bovine Strop 3" X 11"
  • Balsa Strop 3" x 11"
  • 1 Micron Diamond Paste
  • .5 Micron Diamond Paste

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    The new range of Aogami Super knives is another testament to his skills as a knife maker. Aogami Super is one of the most popular high carbon steel alloys used in the making of Japanese knives. It possesses very high edge retention and fine edge capabilities. While wear resistance is average, it is quite easy to sharpen. It is a very reactive steel so wiping down and drying should be done after every use. The inner core of AS is clad in the san-mai style, with a softer stainless steel. This greatly increases corrosion protection which makes the knife so much easier to maintain.

    The cladding is left with the forger’s carbon scale (kurouchi) and is then given a great looking hammered (tsuchime) finish. These two processes can reduce food stickage with certain products. As with all of Anryu-san’s knives, this has a well-executed grind and a nice standard of fit and finish.

    Bunkas feature a relatively tall blade and a gently curved belly which makes for good hand to board clearance and application in all cutting styles. The pointed tanto style tip is great for detail work and getting into tight places.

  • Blacksmith: Ikeda san
  • Location: Echizen, Japan
  • Construction: San Mai, Hammer Forged
  • Edge Steel: Aogami Super
  • Cladding: Stainless Hammered
  • Finish: Kurouchi
  • HRC: 61-62
  • Handle: Octagonal Maple
  • Ferrule: Black Pakka Wood
  • Weight: 4.8oz
  • Blade Length: 170mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 2.8mm
  • Blade Height: 47mm||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|anasgy18||item-1||solidtemplate||anryuknives||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/anryu-as-gyuto-180mm-222.png||||||Anryu AS Gyuto 180mm||AAS-G180||specials > forknco > kaan > anryuknives > ||Resources > For Knife Collectors > Anryu Hamono > All Anryu Knives > ||175.000||175.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||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.

    The new line of knives coming from this master are fashioned from Aogami Super steel which has been hammer forged with a soft stainless steel cladding. This protects the core steel from corrosion and makes the blade more "forgiving" than the very hard core steel. The cladding (hagane) is enhanced with both kurouchi (blacksmith) and tsuchime (hammered) finishes.

    180mm gyutos are about as short as gyutos get. They are a great option for those people who prefer compact knives or chefs with very restricted board space. This small-scale cutter is also a great choice for prepping garnishes and other smaller items. This knife will appeal to rock and push cutters alike. The blade is mated to a nice octagonal handle made from maple and black pakka wood.

  • Blacksmith: Ikeda san
  • Location: Echizen, Japan
  • Construction: San Mai, Hammer Forged
  • Edge Steel: AS
  • Cladding: Stainless Hammered
  • Finish: Kurouchi
  • HRC: 61-62
  • Handle: Octagonal Maple
  • Ferrule: Black Pakka Wood
  • Weight: 4.9 oz (138 g)
  • Edge Length: 182 mm
  • Total Length: 327 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 3.5 mm
  • Blade Height: 43.9 mm
  • We do not carry a saya that fits this knife; we recommend the felt guard instead||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|anasgy21||item-1||solidtemplate||anryuknives||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/anryu-as-gyuto-210mm-235.png||||||Anryu AS Gyuto 210mm||AAS-G210||specials > forknco > kaan > anryuknives > ||Resources > For Knife Collectors > Anryu Hamono > All Anryu Knives > ||220.950||220.950 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||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.

    These fine knives are made from the super steel knowns as AS, or Aogami Super. AS is a great steel for making knives as it has the highest wear resistance and lowest toughness of the three Blue Paper steels. Edge holding is truly outstanding and it is also easy to sharpen. AS contains the highest amount of carbon and chromium of the three alloys, which not only increases its hardness but also gives it a slight advantage over the others in terms of corrosion resistance. This is further enhanced with the addition of a stainless steel cladding. The cladding is somewhat “softer” or more ductile which further protects the inner cutting core.

    The Anryu AS Gyuto 210mm is an average length knife capable of taking on almost any ingredient. It is a compact blade that will find favor with most home users and professionals working in tighter environments. It features a nice length flat heel which transitions to a gentle curved belly. It should please users of all styles of cutting techniques.

  • Blacksmith: Ikeda san
  • Location: Echizen, Japan
  • Construction: San Mai, Hammer Forged
  • Edge Steel: AS
  • Cladding: Stainless Hammered
  • Finish: Kurouchi
  • HRC: 61-62
  • Handle: Octagonal Maple
  • Ferrule: Black Pakka Wood
  • Weight: 6.0 oz
  • Blade Length: 215 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 3.1 mm
  • Blade Height: 47 mm||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|anasgy24||item-1||solidtemplate||anryuknives||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/anryu-as-gyuto-240mm-200.png||||||Anryu AS Gyuto 240mm||AAS-G240||specials > forknco > kaan > anryuknives > ||Resources > For Knife Collectors > Anryu Hamono > All Anryu Knives > ||245.000||245.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||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 new range of knives is based around the popular steel known as Aogami Super, or AS. The steel was originally developed for tool and knife makers and it has the highest wear resistance of all the blue steels. It contains the highest amount of carbon and chromium of the three alloys, which not only increases its hardness, but also gives it a slight advantage over the others in terms of corrosion resistance. This is further enhanced by the use of a stainless cladding with a hammered kurouchi finish.

    This is standard gyuto fare in its proportions. The 244mm length is matched to a nice height of 51mm. It has a bit of a flat spot at the heel but it quickly transforms to a gentle belly from there on. The tip is well crafted and the blade is quite thin behind the edge. It is fairly stout at the spine and the primary bevel starts just about where the kurouchi finish ends.

    The knife comes with a nicely finished octagonal handle made from maple and black pakka wood.

  • Blacksmith: Ikeda san
  • Location: Echizen, Japan
  • Construction: San Mai, Hammer Forged
  • Edge Steel: AS
  • Cladding: Stainless Hammered
  • Finish: Kurouchi
  • HRC: 61-62
  • Handle: Octagonal Maple
  • Ferrule: Black Pakka Wood
  • Weight: 6.2 oz
  • Blade Length: 244 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 3.5 mm
  • Blade Height: 51 mm

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|anasna16||item-1||solidtemplate||anryuknives||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/anryu-as-nakiri-165mm-177.png||||||Anryu AS Nakiri 165mm||AAS-N165||specials > forknco > kaan > anryuknives > ||Resources > For Knife Collectors > Anryu Hamono > All Anryu Knives > ||160.000||160.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||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 a new line of knives from this famed blacksmith. They are made from Aogami Super steel. AS steel is part of the Hitachi Blue Paper high carbon steel family, specifically developed for tools and knives. This steel has the highest wear resistance and lowest toughness of the three Blue Paper steels. Edge holding is truly outstanding and it is easy to sharpen too. It contains the highest amount of carbon and chromium of the three alloys which not only increases its hardness but also gives it a slight advantage of the others in terms of corrosion resistance. The inner core steel is clad with a soft stainless steel in the san-mai style of awase. This makes the knife easy to care for.

    The Anryu AS nakiri is a pretty standard size for this style blade. It has a comfortable height of 52mm coupled to a blade length of 165mm. The edge has a nice gentle belly that will be especially appreciated by rocking style users.

    The rustic kurouchi finish is a perfect look for this knife which is further enhanced with a nice octagonal maple handle with a black pakka wood ferrule.

  • Blacksmith: Ikeda san
  • Location: Echizen, Japan
  • Construction: San Mai, Hammer Forged
  • Edge Steel: AS
  • Cladding: Stainless Hammered
  • Finish: Kurouchi
  • HRC: 61-62
  • Handle: Octagonal Maple
  • Ferrule: Black Pakka Wood
  • Weight: 5.1 oz (144 g)
  • Blade Length: 161 mm
  • Total Length: 308 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 2.7 mm
  • Blade Height: 50.5 mm

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|anaspe13||item-1||solidtemplate||anryuknives||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/anryu-as-petty-130mm-135.png||||||Anryu AS Petty 120mm||AAS-P120||specials > forknco > kaan > anryuknives > ||Resources > For Knife Collectors > Anryu Hamono > All Anryu Knives > ||140.000||140.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||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 a new line of knives from this famed blacksmith. They are made from Aogami Super steel. AS steel is part of the Hitachi Blue Paper high carbon steel family, specifically developed for tools and knives. This steel has the highest wear resistance and lowest toughness of the three Blue Paper steels. Edge holding is truly outstanding and it is easy to sharpen too. It contains the highest amount of carbon and chromium of the three alloys which not only increases its hardness but also gives it a slight advantage of the others in terms of corrosion resistance. The inner core steel is clad with a soft stainless steel in the san-mai style of awase. This makes the knife easy to care for.

    The rustic kurouchi finish is a perfect look for this knife which is further enhanced with a nice octagonal maple handle with a black pakka wood ferrule.

  • Blacksmith: Ikeda san
  • Location: Echizen, Japan
  • Construction: San Mai, Hammer Forged
  • Edge Steel: AS
  • Cladding: Stainless Hammered
  • Finish: Kurouchi
  • HRC: 61-62
  • Handle: Octagonal Maple
  • Ferrule: Black Pakka Wood
  • Weight: 2.4 oz (68 g)
  • Blade Length: 120 mm
  • Total Length: 248 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 2.5 mm
  • Blade Height: 30 mm||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|anaspe15||item-1||solidtemplate||anryuknives||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/anryu-as-petty-150mm-230.png||||||Anryu AS Petty 150mm||AAS-P150||specials > forknco > kaan > anryuknives > ||Resources > For Knife Collectors > Anryu Hamono > All Anryu Knives > ||150.000||150.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||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 a new line of knives from this famed blacksmith. They are made from Aogami Super steel. AS steel is part of the Hitachi Blue Paper high carbon steel family, specifically developed for tools and knives. This steel has the highest wear resistance and lowest toughness of the three Blue Paper steels. Edge holding is truly outstanding and it is easy to sharpen too. It contains the highest amount of carbon and chromium of the three alloys which not only increases its hardness but also gives it a slight advantage of the others in terms of corrosion resistance. The inner core steel is clad with a soft stainless steel in the san-mai style of awase. This makes the knife easy to care for.

    The rustic kurouchi finish is a perfect look for this knife which is further enhanced with a nice octagonal maple handle with a black pakka wood ferrule.

  • Blacksmith: Ikeda san
  • Location: Echizen, Japan
  • Construction: San Mai, Hammer Forged
  • Edge Steel: AS
  • Cladding: Stainless Hammered
  • Finish: Kurouchi
  • HRC: 61-62
  • Handle: Octagonal Maple
  • Ferrule: Black Pakka Wood
  • Weight: 3.0 oz/ 84g
  • Blade Length: 148mm
  • Overall Length: 275mm
  • Spine Thickness at Heel: 3.5mm
  • Blade Height at Heel: 33.5mm||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|anaspe75||item-1||solidtemplate||anryuknives||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/anryu-as-petty-75mm-183.png||||||Anryu AS Petty 75mm||AAS-P75||specials > forknco > kaan > anryuknives > ||Resources > For Knife Collectors > Anryu Hamono > All Anryu Knives > ||140.000||140.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||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 a new line of knives from this famed blacksmith. They are made from Aogami Super steel. AS steel is part of the Hitachi Blue Paper high carbon steel family, specifically developed for tools and knives. This steel has the highest wear resistance and lowest toughness of the three Blue Paper steels. Edge holding is truly outstanding and it is easy to sharpen too. It contains the highest amount of carbon and chromium of the three alloys which not only increases its hardness but also gives it a slight advantage of the others in terms of corrosion resistance. The inner core steel is clad with a soft stainless steel in the san-mai style of awase. This makes the knife easy to care for.

    The rustic kurouchi finish is a perfect look for this knife which is further enhanced with a nice octagonal maple handle with a black pakka wood ferrule.

  • Blacksmith: Ikeda san
  • Location: Echizen, Japan
  • Construction: San Mai, Hammer Forged
  • Edge Steel: AS
  • Cladding: Stainless Hammered
  • Finish: Kurouchi
  • HRC: 61-62
  • Handle: Octagonal Maple
  • Ferrule: Black Pakka Wood
  • Weight: 1.9 oz/ 54g
  • Blade Length: 71mm
  • Overall Length: 197mm
  • Spine Thickness at Heel: 2.5mm
  • Blade Height at Heel: 24.0mm||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|anassa17||item-1||solidtemplate||wahasa||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/anryu-as-santoku-170mm-265.png||||||Anryu AS Santoku 170mm||AAS-S170||resources > santokuknives > wahasa > ||Knife Types > Santokus > Wa Handled Santokus > ||170.000||170.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||The latest addition to Anryu AS line is the Santoku 170mm, crafted by the renowned Anryu Hamono. Katsushige Anryu is a founder of the Takefu Knife Village in Echizen, Japan, and has passed on his business to his apprentice, Ikeda-san.

    The blade features Aogami Super steel known for its wear resistance, excellent edge retention, and easy sharpening. The AS core is clad in a softer stainless steel for added strength and protection against corrosion. The blade has a thin heel and a standard santoku design with a sheep's foot tip and curved belly. The handle is made of octagonal rosewood and black pakka wood, complementing the knife's overall design. As with all Ikeda-san's knives, it has a well-executed grind and is of high standard in fit and finish. However, the reactive AS core edge requires proper care and maintenance after each use.

  • Blacksmith: Ikeda-san
  • Location: Echizen, Japan
  • Construction: San Mai, Hammer Forged
  • Edge Steel: AS
  • Cladding: Stainless Hammered
  • Finish: Kurouchi
  • HRC: 61-62
  • Handle: Rosewood Octagonal
  • Ferrule: Black Pakka Wood
  • Weight: 5.0 oz (142 g)
  • Edge Length: 172 mm
  • Total Length: 310 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 4.4 mm
  • Blade Height: 46.5 mm

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|anassu27||item-1||solidtemplate||anryuknives||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/anryu-as-sujihiki-270mm-210.png||||||Anryu AS Sujihiki 270mm||AAS-S270||specials > forknco > kaan > anryuknives > ||Resources > For Knife Collectors > Anryu Hamono > All Anryu Knives > ||260.000||260.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||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.

    They are made from Aogami Super steel which is part of the Hitachi Blue Paper high carbon steel family, specifically developed for tools and knives. This steel has very high wear resistance and is known for its excellent retention and fine edge capabilities. It is also quite easy to sharpen. The blade is clad in a softer stainless steel which protects the inner core from corrosion, while adding strength and shock protection. But as Aogami Super is a reactive steel, wiping down and drying, especially the edge, should be done after every use.

    The blade face is left with the carbon blacksmith scale, known as kurouchi, and given the great looking hammered finish so emblematic of Anryu knives. The lower blade road is satin finished to contrast with the exposed and polished AS cutting edge.

    Sujihiki knives are Japanese carving knives with a double bevel (as opposed to a yanagiba, which is a single bevel blade). The name is derived from the Japanese words suji, which means tendon, and biki, which means pull. It is a perfect tool for slicing cooked proteins and soft foods like terrines and pates. It also substitutes well for a traditional yanagiba as a sushi knife. The sujihiki is much easier for many people to maintain and sharpen. It is also good for both left- and right-handed users.

    The blade is mated to a nice handle made from maple and black pakka wood.

  • Blacksmith: Ikeda san
  • Location: Echizen, Japan
  • Construction: San Mai, Hammer Forged
  • Edge Steel: AS
  • Cladding: Stainless Hammered
  • Finish: Kurouchi
  • HRC: 61-62
  • Handle: Octagonal Maple
  • Ferrule: Black Pakka Wood
  • Weight: 6 oz
  • Blade Length: 270 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 3.5 mm
  • Blade Height: 40 mm

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|anryuhammered||item.||solidtemplate||kaan||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/anryu-hammered-72.png||||||Anryu Blue #2 Hammered||||specials > forknco > kaan > ||Resources > For Knife Collectors > Anryu Hamono > ||||||||||||||||0||1||0||0||||anhabl2pe75 anbl2hape13 kaanaspe13 anbl2haho15 kaanasna16 anryu anbl2bu17 anbl2hagy18 anhagy21 kaanasgy24 anbl2hasu27 ||||Anryu Blue #2 Hammered line has a unique hand-hammered finish with a stainless clad and Aogami #2 (blue paper #2) steel core on the edge. Made by Ikeda san.||||||||http://chefknivestogo.stores.turbify.net/anryuhammered.html||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|anbl2bu17||item-1||solidtemplate||buknupto17an||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/anryu-blue-2-bunka-170mm-123.png||||||Anryu Blue #2 Hammered Bunka 170mm||AnryuAOBunka||resources > bannobunkas > buknupto17an > ||Knife Types > Bunka Knives > Bunka Knives 170mm and Longer > ||145.000||145.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||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.

    The blade is constructed from Hitachi Blue Paper #2 steel with a stainless steel cladding. This adds strength to the inner core while protecting it from corrosion. The stainless cladding is given that famous hammered finish. The core Blue #2 steel will take an extremely keen edge with ease and hold that edge for a long time. Even though it is wrapped in stainless steel, the exposed carbon core of the knife will discolor with normal use and could rust if abused. Keep it dry and clean and you are good to go!

    This is a classic bunka in size and attributes: short but with a fine and versatile tip. Its height is tall in comparison to the blade length allowing for great hand clearance. The blade is well finished with a nicely radiused choil and polished corners and spine. It is matched to an oval handle made from rosewood with a pakka wood ferrule.

  • Workshop: Anryu Hamono
  • Blacksmith: Ikeda san
  • Location: Echizen, Japan
  • Construction: San Mai, Hammer Forged
  • Edge Steel: Blue #2
  • Cladding: Stainless Hammered
  • HRC: 61-62
  • Handle: Oval Rosewood
  • Ferrule: Black Pakka Wood
  • Weight: 4.6oz
  • Blade Length: 170mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 3.3
  • Blade Height: 46mm

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|anbl2hagy18||item-1||solidtemplate||anryuknives||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/anryu-blue-2-hammered-gyuto-180mm-182.png||||||Anryu Blue #2 Hammered Gyuto 180mm||AnryuAOGyuto180||specials > forknco > kaan > anryuknives > ||Resources > For Knife Collectors > Anryu Hamono > All Anryu Knives > ||160.000||160.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||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

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    ||2.000 ||||1||1||1||0||||||||After 50 years, Anryu san has retired and given over his business to his longtime, trusted apprentice, Ikeda san. Anryu is 80 now and only works part-time forging knives for the business. The knife is constructed of a Hitachi Aogami #2 carbon steel core hardened to 63 HRC wrapped in stainless steel for easy maintenance. The core steel will take an extremely keen edge with ease and hold that edge for a long time. Mr. Anryu's Hammered line has built a reputation among Japanese knife enthusiasts for its high-performance grinds and rustic yet refined aesthetics. As this is a handmade knife, make allowances for variations in dimensions between knives. Please note that the carbon steel core of this knife will patina with normal use and can rust if neglected.

  • Brand: Anryu Hamono
  • Blacksmith: Ikeda San
  • Location: Echizen, Japan
  • Construction: San Mai, Hammer Forged
  • Edge Steel: Blue #2 Carbon Steel
  • Cladding: Stainless
  • Handle: Rosewood Oval
  • Ferrule: Black Pakka
  • Weight: 6 ounces
  • Blade Length: 213 mm
  • Overall Length: 356 mm
  • Thickness at Heel: 2.9 mm
  • Blade Height: 45.8 mm
  • Video Is of an older version

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    Average rating is 5
    5.0
    By:  Cory
    Nashville
    This is a first class knife! I spent a long time researching different chef knives and i wanted a good workhorse knife,and I found it. Being stainless clad makes it easy to keep clean without worrying about stains. It gets sharp,stays sharp,and responds well to a steel.

    I highly recommend this knife and CKTG!



    Happy cooking!
    0.3
    5.0
    By:  sol
    Qld,Australia
    Excellent service by cktg,

    received fairly quick even via Chicago and dodgy Aus customs.



    the knife I got is not as perfectly finished and masakage sharp as the one in Shaun’s video.

    it has some choil and spine rough bits I suppose it looks identical to Steve G.s review video knife.

    Beautiful knife however - and am very happy with the handle fit and finish and the service.

    Cheers

    ^_^
    0.3
    5.0
    By:  Kyle
    Seattle,WA
    Amazing knife! Very versatile knife; perfect for prep and line work. Easy to use and to keep clean. Its beautiful and sharp and I’m extremely pleased!
    0.3
    ||2.000 ||||1||1||1||0||||||||After 50 years, Anryu san has retired and given over his business to his longtime, trusted apprentice, Ikeda san. Anryu is 80 now and only works part-time forging knives for the business.

    This knife is constructed of a Hitachi Aogami #2 carbon steel core hardened to 63 HRC wrapped in stainless steel for easy maintenance. The core steel will take an extremely keen edge with ease and hold that edge for a long time. Mr. Anryu's Hammered line has built a reputation among Japanese knife enthusiasts for its high-performance grinds and rustic yet refined aesthetics. As this is a handmade knife, make allowances for variations in dimensions between knives. Please note that the carbon steel core of this knife will patina with normal use and can rust if neglected.

  • 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: 6.8 oz (194 g)
  • Edge Length: 245 mm
  • Total Length: 400 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Heel: 4.6 mm
  • Blade Height: 51.5 mm

    ||||||||http://chefknivestogo.stores.turbify.net/kaanasgy24.html||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|anbl2haho15||item-1||solidtemplate||boning-knives||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/anryu-blue-2-hammered-honesuki-150mm-188.png||||||Anryu Blue #2 Hammered Honesuki 150mm||AnryuAOHonesuki||resources > boning-knives > ||Knife Types > Boning Knives > ||145.000||145.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||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.

    The honesuki is a Japanese version of a boning knife. It is quite different from a Western boning knife. This is mainly due to its triangular shape and the fact that it is a very stiff blade with very little flex. The honesuki works very well for deboning all kinds of proteins including poultry and typically has an asymmetrical edge. However, this knife is ground on both sides with a symmetrical 50/50 edge. Be warned that while it is a boning knife, it is not meant to cut through bones. It is made to cut through the joints of the bird. Due to its shape and height, the honesuki can also double up nicely as a utility or petty style of knife. Comes with a very nice oval rosewood and pakka wood handle.

  • Workshop: Anryu Hamono
  • Lead Blacksmith: Ikeda San
  • Location: Echizen, Japan
  • Construction: San Mai, Hammer Forged
  • Cladding: Stainless, Hammered
  • Edge Steel: Blue #2
  • HRC: 62
  • Edge Grind: Even
  • Weight: 4.4 ounces
  • Blade Length: 157 mm
  • Total Length: 300 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 3.5 mm
  • Blade Height: 42.3 mm
  • Handle: Oval Rosewood
  • Ferrule: Black Pakka Wood

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    Average rating is 5
    5.0
    By:  Marc
    Portland,OR
    I was looking for a blue #2 steel nakiri clad in stainless steel with a little heft. This is the knife. It wasn’t razor sharp OOTB. I gave it a 320,1200,8000 nagura stoning,polished with strop and the basics. It now pops hair off my arm. Take care of this baby. The edge can be fragile,pending on the angle and bevel you choose. I went to about 10 degrees each side with a nice visible edge. It’s the fine blue steel edge you must care for. The grinds are close to 50/50,just a tad more ground on the left side of the knife,but ground very sweetly. It is an extremely well made knife. Very fine craftsmanship on this puppy. The maker of this knife truly knows what they are doing. A true gem from the orient. An awesome knife and definitely a keeper! Thank You CKTG
    0.3
    5.0
    By:  Jim Smegg
    medford NY
    Great knife goes through food like butter very well made love the hand hammered finish. Very sharp
    0.3
    ||2.000 ||||1||1||1||0||||||||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. Anryu's Hammered lineup is characterized by its unique hand hammered aesthetic and outstanding fit and finish, which complement its first-rate grind and world-class Aogami #2 steel. This nakiri is no exception. While the core steel is reactive, it is wrapped in stainless steel for easy maintenance. Like all handmade knives, each of these knives will vary somewhat from one another.

  • Workshop: Anryu Hamono
  • Blacksmith: Ikeda San
  • Location: Echizen, Japan
  • Construction: San Mai, Hammer Forged
  • Edge Steel: Blue #2 Carbon Steel
  • Cladding: Stainless
  • Handle: Rosewood Oval
  • Ferrule: Black Pakka
  • Weight: 5.8 ounces
  • Blade Length: 160 mm (6.25")
  • Overall Length: 310 mm (12.25")
  • Thickness at Heel: 3.1 mm
  • Blade Height: 51.3 mm

    ||||||||http://chefknivestogo.stores.turbify.net/kaanasna16.html||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|anbl2hape13||item-1||solidtemplate||anryuknives||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/anryu-blue-2-hammered-petty-130mm-235.png||||||Anryu Blue #2 Hammered Petty 120mm||AnryuAOPetty120||specials > forknco > kaan > anryuknives > ||Resources > For Knife Collectors > Anryu Hamono > All Anryu Knives > ||115.000||115.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||After 50 years, Anryu san has retired and given over his business to his longtime, trusted apprentice, Ikeda san. Anryu is 80 now and only works part-time forging knives for the business. Anryu Hammered kitchen knives have a reputation among knife users and collectors for being well made and robust as well as possessing an attractive and rustic aesthetic appeal.

    The carbon core of the knife will discolor with normal use and could rust if abused. Keep it dry and clean and you are good to go!

    The beautiful 120mm petty is a perfect blade for many tasks, including the processing of smaller ingredients, filleting, and making garnishes. It has a lovely slim tip, and a nicely rounded choil and spine. The classic hammered finish is perfectly executed, resulting in a knife that looks as good as it performs. A traditional oval handle made from rosewood and ebony completes the package.

  • Workshop: Anryu Hamono
  • Lead Blacksmith: Ikeda san
  • Location: Echizen
  • Construction: Hammer Forged, San Mai
  • Cladding: Hammered
  • Edge Steel: Blue #2
  • Weight: 2.4 oz (70 g)
  • Edge Length: 122 mm
  • Total Length: 245 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 3.4 mm
  • Blade Height: 29.8 mm

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    Average rating is 4
    4.0
    By:  volkan
    çanakkale
    Wonderful bir
    0.3
    ||2.000 ||||1||1||1||0||||||||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.

  • Workshop: Anryu Hamono
  • Lead Blacksmith: Ikeda san
  • Location: Echizen, Japan
  • Weight: 2.9 ounces
  • Blade Length: 151 mm (5.125")
  • Overall Length: 280 mm
  • Thickness at Heel: 2.6 mm
  • Blade Height: 32 mm

    ||||||||http://chefknivestogo.stores.turbify.net/kaanaspe13.html||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|anhabl2pe75||item-1||solidtemplate||anryuknives||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/anryu-hammered-blue-2-petty-75mm-122.png||||||Anryu Blue #2 Hammered Petty 75mm||AnryuAOPetty75||specials > forknco > kaan > anryuknives > ||Resources > For Knife Collectors > Anryu Hamono > All Anryu Knives > ||110.000||110.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||After 50 years, Anryu san has retired and given over his business to his longtime, trusted apprentice, Ikeda san.

  • Workshop: Anryu Hamono
  • Lead Blacksmith: Ikeda san
  • Location: Echizen, Japan
  • Factory: Takefu Village
  • Construction: San Mai, Hammer Forged
  • Edge Steel: Aogami #2 (Blue Paper #2)
  • HRC: 62-63
  • Cladding: Stainless Steel
  • Finish: Hammered
  • Engraving: Laser
  • Weight: 1.9 oz (54 g)
  • Blade Length: 76 mm
  • Total Length: 206 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 2.6 mm
  • Blade Height: 27.6 mm
  • HRC: 62
  • Handle: Rosewood Oval
  • Ferrule: Black Pakka

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|anryu||item-1||solidtemplate||anryuknives||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/anryu-99.png||||||Anryu Blue #2 Hammered Santoku 165mm||AnryuAOSantoku||specials > forknco > kaan > anryuknives > ||Resources > For Knife Collectors > Anryu Hamono > All Anryu Knives > ||145.000||145.000 ||||||

    Average rating is 5
    5.0
    By:  JB
    Canada
    This is an excellent Santoku. The balance is perfect for a pinch grip,the handle is comfortable and the aesthetics are spot on. Blade performance is superb,every bit as sharp as Aogami blue super,but no where near as tedious to sharpen. An excellent knife at an excellent price.
    0.3
    5.0
    By:  Matt L
    Brisbane,Australia
    A really nicely finished knife that is a joy to use.
    0.3
    ||2.000 ||||1||1||1||0||||||||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. With a stunning aesthetic, this santoku from the Hammered lineup will stand out in any Japanese knife enthusiast's collection. The renowned edge taking and edge holding of the Hitachi Aogami #2 core, coupled with a high-performance grind, make this knife every bit the performer on the cutting board as well. As a hand-produced knives, individual examples of these knives may vary dimensionally from one another. While wrapped in stainless steel for ease of maintenance, the carbon core of the knife will discolor with normal use. Wash and towel dry for proper care.

  • Workshop: Anryu Hamono
  • Blacksmith: Ikeda San
  • Location: Echizen, Japan
  • Construction: San Mai, Hammer Forged
  • Edge Steel: Blue #2 Carbon Steel
  • Cladding: Stainless
  • Handle: Rosewood Oval
  • Ferrule: Black Pakka
  • Weight: 5.2 ounces
  • Blade Length: 170 mm (6.75")
  • Overall Length: 320 mm (12.5")
  • Thickness at Heel: 3.1 mm
  • Blade Height: 46.6 mm

    ||||||||http://chefknivestogo.stores.turbify.net/anryu.html||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|anbl2hasu27||item-1||solidtemplate||anryuknives||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/anryu-blue-2-hammered-sujihiki-270mm-101.png||||||Anryu Blue #2 Hammered Sujihiki 270mm||Anryu-AO-Hammered-S270||specials > forknco > kaan > anryuknives > ||Resources > For Knife Collectors > Anryu Hamono > All Anryu Knives > ||240.000||240.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Anryu San, after a 50-year-long illustrious career, has handed over his business reins to his trusted protege, Ikeda San. At the age of 80, Anryu San continues to work part-time, crafting knives for the company. The unique feature of these knives is their construction: a core of Hitachi Aogami #2 carbon steel that has been hardened to 63 HRC, enveloped in stainless steel to simplify upkeep. This special core steel can easily acquire a supremely sharp edge and retain it for an extended duration. The Hammered line by Mr. Anryu has earned a reputable standing amidst Japanese knife connoisseurs for its top-notch functionality and its rustic yet sophisticated aesthetic. Being a product of artisan craftsmanship, one should allow for slight variations in dimensions between each knife. Users should be aware that the knife's carbon steel core will develop a patina over time due to normal use and might rust if not properly cared for.

  • Brand: Anryu Hamono
  • Master Blacksmith: Ikeda San
  • Origin: Echizen, Japan
  • Manufacturing Method: San Mai, Hammer Forged
  • Edge Material: Blue #2 Carbon Steel
  • Cladding: Stainless Steel
  • Handle Material: Rosewood Oval
  • Ferrule: Black Pakka
  • Weight: 6 ounces / 170g
  • Length of Blade: 265 mm
  • Total Length: 420 mm
  • Thickness at Base: 3.6 mm
  • Height of Blade: 40 mm||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|kaan||item.||solidtemplate||forknco||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/katsushige-anryu-59.png||||||Anryu Hamono||||specials > forknco > ||Resources > For Knife Collectors > ||||||||Katsushige Anryu Fourth Generation Blacksmith







    Aokami 2 with stainless/ No handle||||||||0||1||0||0||||anryuknives anryuasknives anryuhammered ankuda masakagekumo masakagemizu ||||Katsushige Anryu started apprenticing as a knife maker under his father, Katsutoshi Anryu, after graduating high school in 1959. He is a fourth-generation knife maker and has been working as a blacksmith for well over 50 years. He's since passed on Anryu Hamono to his long-time apprentice, Ikeda san.||||||||http://chefknivestogo.stores.turbify.net/kaan.html||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|ankudabu16||item-1||solidtemplate||buknupto16||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/anryu-kurouchi-damascus-bunka-165mm-242.png||||||Anryu Kurouchi Damascus Bunka 165mm||AnryuShiro-Bunka||resources > bannobunkas > buknupto16 > ||Knife Types > Bunka Knives > Bunka Knives Up To 165mm > ||135.000||135.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||After half a century, Anryu san has passed the reins of his business to his trusted protege, Ikeda san. The Anryu Kurouchi Damascus Bunka knife, a testament to their craft, is meticulously forged using Shirogami #2 high carbon steel, enhanced by a multilayered iron cladding. The hardened steel, with a Rockwell hardness of 61-62 HRC, is particularly prized for its exceptional edge longevity and straightforward sharpening. Known as White #2, this steel is highly favored among blade aficionados. The exterior layer, referred to as the jigane, boasts a traditional kurouchi coating, imparting a distinctive rustic aesthetic. This coating gradually transitions into a beautifully layered, or suminagashi, blade road. While this knife is undeniably attractive, it is also reactive, necessitating careful cleaning and thorough drying both during and post-use to maintain its quality.

    The bunka is a really versatile blade that is growing in popularity in the West with both professional and home chefs. The short length and tall blade combine to create a knife with very broad uses and appeal. They can be used to replace a short gyuto or santoku, especially when you favor push cutting and chopping techniques. Of course, the great-looking reverse tanto profile also offers a compelling aesthetic especially coupled to the finely crafted rosewood oval handle with black pakka wood ferrule.

  • Workshop: Anryu Hamono
  • Blacksmith: Ikeda San
  • Location: Echizen
  • Construction: Hammer Forged, San Mai
  • Core Steel: White #2
  • Cladding: Damascus/Kurouchi
  • Edge: Even Grind (See Photo)
  • Handle: Rosewood Oval
  • Ferrule: Black Pakka Wood
  • Weight: 4.9 oz (140 g)
  • Edge Length: 174 mm
  • Total Length: 320 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 3.8 mm
  • Blade Height: 47.6 mm

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|ankudagy18||item-1||solidtemplate||anryuknives||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/anryu-kurouchi-damascus-gyuto-180mm-189.png||||||Anryu Kurouchi Damascus Gyuto 180mm||AnryuShiro-Gyuto180||specials > forknco > kaan > anryuknives > ||Resources > For Knife Collectors > Anryu Hamono > All Anryu Knives > ||140.000||140.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||The blade of this gyuto is fashioned from a core of Shirogami #2 high carbon steel with a multi-layer soft iron outer cladding. Shirogami #2 is also known as White #2 steel. It is quite similar to 1095 and White #1 steel but with extra carbon. This gives the blade a higher wear resistance than the other two alloys, coupled with good edge stability. It is carbon steel and thus needs care with cleaning and drying between uses. The cladding is left with a blacksmith, or kurouchi, finish. This protects the outer layer somewhat but does not alleviate the need for careful drying of this reactive blade.

    180mm is the entry length of most gyutos. The shorter and lighter size of this gyuto gives it a quality that feels fast and nimble. The blade is easy to sharpen to a razor-like edge and is coupled to a nicely finished oval rosewood hand with black pakka wood ferrule.

    After 50 years, Anryu san has retired and given over his business to his longtime, trusted apprentice, Ikeda san.

  • Workshop: Anryu Hamono
  • Lead Blacksmith: Ikeda san
  • Location: Echizen, Japan
  • Factory: Takefu Village
  • Construction: San Mai, Hammer Forged
  • Edge Steel: Shirogami #2
  • HRC: 61
  • Cladding: Iron / Kurouchi Damascus
  • Core Steel: White #2 (Shiro = White Gami=Steel)
  • Edge Grind: Double Bevel, Even
  • Handle: Rosewood Oval
  • Ferrule: Black Pakka Wood
  • Type: Gyuto
  • Edge Length: 181mm
  • Height: 41mm
  • Spine Thickness: 2.8mm
  • Weight: 4.9oz||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|kaankusugy21||item-1||solidtemplate||anryuknives||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/katsushige-anryu-kurouchi-suminagashi-gyuto-210-80.png||||||Anryu Kurouchi Damascus Gyuto 210mm||AnryuShiro-Gyuto210||specials > forknco > kaan > anryuknives > ||Resources > For Knife Collectors > Anryu Hamono > All Anryu Knives > ||170.000||170.000 ||||||
    ||2.000 ||||1||1||1||0||||||||The Anryu family started making knives in the 1870s and helped establish the famous Takefu Knife Village. Katsushige Anryu is the fourth generation of this esteemed family of blacksmiths. He has just recently turned over the business to his long time apprentice Ikeda san while still working the hammer daily.

    He makes this lovely gyuto from a multi-layer soft iron cladding over an inner core of White #2 high carbon steel. This is a reactive blade and will require care with cleaning and drying between uses. It is a great-looking item featuring a well-done kurouchi finish which transforms beautifully into the suminagashi multi-layer part of the blade road.

    The blade is quite thick out of the handle but it then thins out nicely to the extremely fine tip. The choil area has the characteristic Anryu curve which makes for a very comfortable pinch grip. This is enhanced by the perfect balance point just forward of the heel. They are ground quite thin at the edge which adds to the outstanding cutting abilities of this well-made knife. The cutting edge profile is quite curved but will still appeal to most users whether employing rocking of push cutting styles.

    We are really pleased to be able to offer these lovely knives to our customers. They are well made, handsome to behold, and an overall great value.

  • Workshop: Anryu Hamono
  • Lead Blacksmith: Ikeda san
  • Location: Takefu Village, Echizen Japan
  • Construction: San Mai, Hammer Forged
  • Edge Steel: Shirogami #2 (White Paper #2)
  • Cladding: Iron / Damascus
  • Edge Grind: Even
  • Handle: Rosewood Oval
  • Ferrule: Black Pakka Wood
  • Steel: White #2
  • Weight: 6.2 oz (178 g)
  • Edge Length: 217 mm
  • Total Length: 360 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 4.4 mm
  • Blade Height: 47.8 mm

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    Average rating is 5
    5.0
    By:  Bruce
    I don’t navigate well through computer land. So I couldn’t find a way to leave a description of my brief experience with the afore mentioned knife. Didn’t find the thingee to click on. So to explain what I did,cleaned off the dark grey coating,Bad move? Honed the hell out of it with a porcelain rod and cut up a crop of vegetables. Couldn’t be happier with the knife.Can’t imagine anyone wanting better. If you’re in touch with the fellow that made it,please tell him he has my respect. I think the knife looks much better without the charcoal coating. I polish it down after use,apply a bit of walnut or cocoanut oil and put it away in a slotted drawer. Need to make a good wooden sleeve for it. Sincerely,Bruce
    0.3
    ||2.000 ||||1||1||1||0||||||||This Anryu Kurouchi Damascus blade features a rounded choil which makes for a very comfortable pinch grip area. It has a nicely curved profile which does not have much of a flat area. This is a great choice for push or rock cutting styles. The blade is a dream to sharpen to a razor like edge. It is coupled to a nicely finished oval rosewood hand with black pakka wood ferrule.

    After 50 years, Anryu san has retired and given over his business to his longtime, trusted apprentice, Ikeda san.

  • Workshop: Anryu Hamono
  • Lead Blacksmith: Ikeda san
  • Location: Echizen, Japan
  • Factory: Takefu Village
  • Construction: San Mai, Hammer Forged
  • Edge Steel: Shirogami #2
  • Cladding: Damascus
  • Finish: Kurouchi
  • Handle: Rosewood Oval
  • Ferrule: Black Pakka Wood
  • Weight: 7.6 ounces
  • Blade Length: 242 mm (9.5")
  • Total Length: 400 mm (15.75")
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 3.1 mm
  • Blade Height: 51.6 mm
  • Video is older version

    ||||||||http://chefknivestogo.stores.turbify.net/kaankusugy24.html||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|ankudakobu13||item-1||solidtemplate||buknupto16||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/anryu-kurouchi-damascus-ko-bunka-135mm-183.png||||||Anryu Kurouchi Damascus Ko Bunka 135mm||AnryuShiro-KoBunka||resources > bannobunkas > buknupto16 > ||Knife Types > Bunka Knives > Bunka Knives Up To 165mm > ||110.000||110.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Master Blacksmith Katsushige Anryu has retired and handed over his business to his long-time apprentice, Ikeda san. He uses Hitachi White Paper #2 as the core steel for this great-looking and performing bunka. He hand-forges the blade in the san-mai style using a multi-layer soft iron cladding. The outer layer is left with that great-looking kurouchi, or blacksmith’s, finish. This then transforms into the underlying damascus pattern, resulting in a blade of unmatched aesthetic quality. As both inner and outer layer are high carbon, they will rust if not cared for, so please clean and dry this knife during and after use.

    The ko bunka is a very versatile blade that is becoming more popular with both professional and home chefs. It is shorter in length than a gyuto which, combined with its tall blade height, creates a knife with very broad uses and appeal. This is a shorter version of a regular bunka and is favored especially by people who like push cutting and chopping techniques. The short length makes it very useful for in-hand work and processing smaller ingredients and proteins.

    The fit and finish are up to the usual standards of the brand. The aesthetic appeal is enhanced with some lovely chiseled kanji elements and coupled to the finely crafted rosewood oval handle with black pakka wood ferrule. No doubt the beautiful reverse tanto profile also adds to this compelling aesthetic appeal.

  • Workshop: Anryu Hamono
  • Lead Blacksmith: Ikeda san
  • Location: Echizen, Japan
  • Factory: Takefu Village
  • Construction: San Mai, Hammer Forged
  • Edge Steel: Shirogami #2
  • HRC: 61
  • Cladding: Iron / Kurouchi Damascus
  • Core Steel: White #2 (Shiro = White Gami=Steel)
  • Edge Grind: Double Bevel, Even
  • Handle: Rosewood Oval
  • Ferrule: Black Pakka Wood
  • Weight: 2.6 ounces
  • Blade Length: 130 mm
  • Total Length: 260 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 2.4 mm
  • Blade Height: 33.4 mm

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    Average rating is 5
    5.0
    By:  Brad
    San Marcos,Tx
    I had a cheap Nakiri before I got this one. I loved it’s shape so much I just had to improve it. This is the upgrade I purchased and I couldn’t be happier. It’s razor sharp,and holds it’s edge. Holds up to the demands of a commercial kitchen.
    0.3
    5.0
    By:  Christian Nygaard
    Lino Lakes,MN
    Excellent knife,I mostly use it for chopping onions and other vegetables. Maintains a great edge. Definitely recommend.
    0.3
    ||2.000 ||||1||1||1||0||||||||The nakiri is becoming a very popular blade design in both professional and home kitchens. It has a very unique shape designed primarily as a vegetable cutter. Nakiri is Japanese for “cutting greens” and this blade does so with consummate ease. As it is a vegetable cutter, it is made thin to avoid wedging on harder ingredients.

    There are two main styles of nakiri. The most popular is the Kakugata which is featured here. It has a very square looking blade with a flat profile. The Higashgata, or Kantogata, is less common and it features a rounded heel and curved cutting edge.

    After 50 years, Anryu san has retired and given over his business to his longtime, trusted apprentice, Ikeda san.

  • Workshop: Anryu Hamono
  • Lead Blacksmith: Ikeda san
  • Location: Echizen, Japan
  • Factory: Takefu Village
  • Construction: San Mai, Hammer Forged
  • Edge Steel: Shirogami #2
  • HRC: 61
  • Cladding: Damascus
  • Finish: Kurouchi
  • Handle: Rosewood Oval
  • Ferrule: Black Pakka Wood
  • Weight: 5.2 ounces
  • Blade Length: 165 mm (6.5")
  • Overall Length: 307 mm (12.1")
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 3.8 mm
  • Blade Height: 51.2 mm

    ||||||||http://chefknivestogo.stores.turbify.net/kaankusuna.html||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|ankudape12||item-1||solidtemplate||120mmpettys||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/anryu-kurouchi-damascus-petty-120mm-59.png||||||Anryu Kurouchi Damascus Petty 120mm||AnryuShiroPetty120||resources > petty-knives > 120mmpettys > ||Knife Types > Petty Knives > 120-140mm Pettys > ||110.000||110.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Established in the 1870s, the Anryu family, led by fourth-generation blacksmith Katsushige Anryu, are renowned for their finely crafted knives. Katsushige, while passing the business onto his apprentice Ikeda san, continues to create exceptional gyuto knives featuring multi-layer soft iron cladding over a White #2 high carbon steel core. These reactive blades require hand drying after washing the blades. With an appeal for various cutting styles, we're proud to offer these expertly made, aesthetically pleasing knives that deliver great value.

  • Workshop: Anryu Hamono
  • Lead Blacksmith: Ikeda san
  • Location: Takefu Village, Echizen Japan
  • Construction: San Mai, Hammer Forged
  • Edge Steel: Shirogami #2 (White Paper #2)
  • Cladding: Iron / Damascus
  • Edge Grind: Even
  • Handle: Rosewood Oval
  • Ferrule: Black Pakka Wood
  • Steel: White #2
  • Weight: 2.2 oz (62 g)
  • Edge Length: 120 mm
  • Total Length: 246 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 3 mm
  • Blade Height: 30 mm

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|ankudape15||item-1||solidtemplate||150mmpettys||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/anryu-kurouchi-damascus-petty-150mm-124.png||||||Anryu Kurouchi Damascus Petty 150mm||AnryuShiroPetty150||resources > petty-knives > 150mmpettys > ||Knife Types > Petty Knives > 150-165mm Pettys > ||110.000||110.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Founded in the 1870s, the Anryu family has a rich history in crafting exceptional knives, passing the legacy onto Katsushige Anryu, a fourth-generation blacksmith. Recently, Anryu handed over the reins to his long-time apprentice, Ikeda san, yet continues to remain actively involved in daily blacksmithing.

    Their exceptional gyuto knife is crafted from multi-layer soft iron cladding, encasing a White #2 high carbon steel core. This reactive blade necessitates diligent maintenance, requiring prompt cleaning and drying after use. The aesthetic kurouchi finish seamlessly transitions into the suminagashi multi-layer on the blade road, lending the knife a distinguished appearance.

  • Workshop: Anryu Hamono
  • Lead Blacksmith: Ikeda san
  • Location: Takefu Village, Echizen Japan
  • Construction: San Mai, Hammer Forged
  • Edge Steel: Shirogami #2 (White Paper #2)
  • Cladding: Iron / Damascus
  • Edge Grind: Even
  • Handle: Rosewood Oval
  • Ferrule: Black Pakka Wood
  • Steel: White #2
  • Weight: 2.6 oz (74 g)
  • Edge Length: 150 mm
  • Total Length: 276 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 3 mm
  • Blade Height: 34mm mm

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|ankudasa16||item-1||solidtemplate||anryuknives||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/anryu-kurouchi-damscus-santoku-165mm-111.png||||||Anryu Kurouchi Damascus Santoku 165mm||AnryuShiro-Santoku||specials > forknco > kaan > anryuknives > ||Resources > For Knife Collectors > Anryu Hamono > All Anryu Knives > ||135.000||135.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||After 50 years, Anryu san has retired and given over his business to his longtime, trusted apprentice, Ikeda san.

    The Anryu Kurouchi Damascus Santoku is constructed from Shirogami #2 high carbon steel with a multilayer soft iron cladding. The steel is hardened to 61-62 HRC. Shirogami #2 or White #2 is a high carbon steel that is liked for its high level of edge retention and relative ease of sharpening. The outer layer, or jigane, is finished with a rustic kurouchi coating. The kurouchi finish fades into a nice layered or suminagashi blade road. This is a good-looking knife—but it is reactive and will require care with cleaning and drying during and after use.

    This hand-hammered santoku is thin at the edge and comes out of the box fairly sharp. A few strokes on a fine stone will reveal a razor-like edge. The choil and neck area are nicely finished, as is the basic but well-made oval rosewood handle.

    There is a lot of knife here for the money. Lovely looks, a light, well-balanced feel, and excellent fit and finish sum up this high-value santoku. Check out this great performer. You’ll be glad you did.

  • Workshop: Anryu Hamono
  • Lead Blacksmith: Ikeda san
  • Location: Echizen, Japan
  • Factory: Takefu Village
  • Construction: San Mai, Hammer Forged
  • Edge Steel: Shirogami #2
  • Cladding: Iron Damascus
  • Finish: Kurouchi
  • HRC: 61
  • Handle: Rosewood Oval
  • Ferrule: Black Pakka Wood
  • Weight: 5.0 oz (142 g)
  • Edge Length: 172 mm
  • Total Length: 310 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 3.6 mm
  • Blade Height: 46.4 mm

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    You may find the occasional knife where the magnetism will hinder your ability to sharpen. So instead of permanently attaching the magnet under the table, we found a way that allows the user to quickly and easily activate and deactivate the magnet by raising and lowering it, no tools required. Use the magnetic knife sharpener when it's helpful, lower the magnet when it's not. Quick and simple. Just the way we like it.

    Installing the Edge Pro Apex table magnet accessory on new machines is VERY simple. The housing press fits (tightly) under the table. For older models, you may have to replace the leg screws (which will be provided) to make room for the magnet.

    ***ONLY FITS THE APEX MODEL****

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  • Size 210mm x 72mm x 25mm

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    Average rating is 4.9
    5.0
    By:  jeff c.
    los angeles,ca
    This has quickly become my favorite knife. It cuts extremely fast,leaves a reasonable polish and feels great when cutting. I highly recommend it!
    0.3
    5.0
    By:  Erik
    Niceville
    Great stone.



    This was the third installment in the set with the bester 500 an 2k.



    The stone feels soo smooth and leaves a nice shiny polish.



    I would have to agree that this stone puts on a 8k like finish.



    No soaking either,just wet it and get to work. great stone to finish on.
    0.3
    5.0
    By:  nico
    Like this one a lot,it’s smooth and hard.
    0.3
    5.0
    By:  Nicholas
    Springfield,MO
    The Arashiyama takes a moderate amount of time to soak. It cuts very quickly for how high the polish is that it leaves. It tends to stick to the DMT XXC pretty badly when flattening. Great stone overall.
    0.3
    5.0
    By:  Sherwin,Restaurant Amuse
    Perth,WA
    This is a quality stone. Hard and durable,the best feature about the Arayashima is the fact that it’s splash and go,and cuts fast and clean for a 6000grit.



    Brought a fantastic finish and edge to my Moritaka kurouchi 270mm gyuto,Hattori HD and Konouke white #2 sujihiki with consistent and precise results.



    No need to use force with this stone,it does all the work for you in a flash (provided you have decent sharpening skills).



    It does exactly what its supposed to do,and brings the characteristics of an 8000grit stone to your knives too.



    Thank you Arayashima,and thank you Mark for bringing this great product to the site.
    0.3
    5.0
    By:  Jeff
    Louisville,KY
    Feels smooth,hard,gives good feedback and is splash-n-go. Love it!
    0.3
    4.0
    By:  Aidan K
    Melbourne
    Agree that soaking gets a better result then splash and go.



    polish and cut with soaking is much faster with minimal effort.



    splash and go you see how hard the stone actually is,not as great a polish without soaking though.



    Overall a great 6k stone,more reaching into the 8k stone area,compared to king stones
    0.3
    5.0
    By:  Vic Cardenas
    Salt Lake City,Utah
    Great stone! Great feedback. Great feel. Great polish. Slow wearing. Nice for splash-and-go. No complaints with this stone at all.
    0.3
    5.0
    By:  Federico
    Hoboken,NJ
    This stone is fantastic. The feel and hardness are Awesome. It works up a nice mud and the finish can go from 6000 to 8000 depending on pressure and how much you work the mud. This and my Kitayama are,by far,my favorite stones.
    0.3
    5.0
    By:  Matthew Masail
    Israel
    Great stone for woodworking too.

    I like it much better than other finishing stones I have tried.

    it gives a smooth,sharp and durable edge,the feel is "organic" compared to most ceramic stones and it cuts fast but cleanly. works great for splash and go.



    only "issue" so far is that it will stick a little if using a wide are on the back of a blade,but that’s normal for most fine stones that aren’t very soft.



    someone said that is sticks to the DMT plate,I find it sticks to a Iwood plate also,but doesn’t stick at all to the Atoma plates.



    I’ve sold off all my other fine stones,don’t need more than this one.
    0.3
    ||3.000 ||||1||1||1||0||||||||Arashiyama 6000x also sometimes referred to as Takenoko 8000x Water Stone. Splash and go. It's a fast cutting stone that gives good feedback and can be used as your last stone for kitchen knives.
  • Size 210mm x 72mm x 25mm

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    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|riariigy21||item-1||solidtemplate||21wehagy||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/richmond-artifex-ii-gyuto-210mm-147.png||||||Artifex II BD1N Gyuto 210mm Sale||ARTIFEX2G210||resources > gyutos > gyutos210mm > 21wehagy > ||Knife Types > Gyutos > Gyutos 210mm > 210mm Western Handled Gyutos > ||55.000||69.950 ||55.000 ||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Richmond Artifex II 210mm BD1N Gyuto! It's one of our best selling knives to line cooks around the country and it has unmatched edge retention for those of you in the industry that need an affordable knife that will hold its edge through long shifts.

    So it is with some pride that we now introduce the new Richmond Artifex II knife line. Our first offering is a very useful and universally liked 210mm gyuto. The new Artifex knives continue the tradition of using tough materials that can cope with the daily routines found in the busiest kitchens. To this end, we have continued with the proven G-10 handles but now mated to a blade made from Carpenter BD1N stainless steel. The blades are made in China and we export the BD1N steel from the USA to the factory so they can make them with good steel to our specifications.

    Heat treated to HRC 63, this steel will take a nice edge and hold it exceptionally well. It is also really easy to maintain. This is perfect for the demands of pro cooks who don't have the time to constantly sharpen or wipe down their knives during their shifts. Coupled to the virtually indestructible G-10 handle scales, these knives are nearly indestructible and will provide line chefs with a comfortable, long-lasting kitchen cutter at a really attractive price.

  • Brand: Richmond
  • Line: Artifex II
  • Construction: Laser Cut, Mono Steel
  • Steel: Carpenter BD1N
  • HRC: 63
  • Weight: 6.2 oz (176 g)
  • Edge Length: 210 mm
  • Total Length: 335 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Heel: 2.2 mm
  • Blade Height: 44.6 mm
  • Edge Grind: 50/50
  • Angle: 16 Degrees Each Side
  • Handle: Western
  • Scales: G-10

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    Average rating is 5
    5.0
    By:  RK
    Vernal,Utah
    The Atoma Diamond Plate 1200 is an excellent lapping plate for fine grain sharpening stones,like the Shapton Pro 6,000 through 30,000 grit stones.
    0.3
    ||3.000 ||||1||1||1||0||||||||Atoma diamond plates are great no-soak, no-dish alternatives to water stones for sharpeners on the go. This 1200 grit Atoma plate can leave a toothy edge excellent for a variety of kitchen tasks. The 1200 grit edge can also be transitioned to a water stone finish then polished to any level of refinement for any number of tasks. If you're looking for a stone flattener please choose the 140 Atoma. This is much better for use with knives. Measures 210mm x 75mm.

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    Average rating is 4.7
    5.0
    By:  Stephen
    Toronto Canada
    I was fortunate enough to pick up thirteen new natural stones. Naturals never come flat. I had a lot of work ahead of me to flatten the stones to usable condition. This plate is coarse,flat and made quick (relatively speaking) work of flatening my naturals. I ended up getting a DMT 220 use after the 140 to get a finer finish but it was putting a very slight groove along the face of the stone so I don’t even bother now. After the Atoma 140,I use a nagura to condition the surface and go straight to sharpening. Highly recommended for natural stones or badly dished artificials.
    0.3
    4.0
    By:  Umberto
    CA
    Can repair broken tips with good speed. A great tool...kind of coarse for lapping stones but works well.
    0.3
    5.0
    By:  Judd
    Florida
    This stone is awesome. I use it to flatten all my water stones quickly and easily. It dose not stick to the stone at all very easy to use.
    0.3
    ||3.000 ||||1||1||1||0||||||||There are a number of dilemmas a sharpener must address in selecting gear to outfit their sharpening kit. The Atoma diamond sharpening plates are a compelling answer to a number of those problems. The Atoma 140 diamond plate is made of diamond abrasive embedded in a metal pad in a dot matrix pattern which is mounted to an aluminum base. The 140 grit Atoma plate may be used as a coarse grit sharpening stone. When used on blades, the Atoma 140 removes steel aggressively to affect repairs quickly. The 140 is perhaps most often used as a flattening plate to repair and maintain dished water stones. Because of the coarseness of the abrasive and the hardness of the diamond it will abrade most any stone on the market and do so quickly. While there are other diamond abrasive plates on the market, the Atoma is noted for being extremely long lasting and thanks to the space between the diamond abrasive dots, the Atoma plates are not prone to suctioning themselves to stones the way many diamond plates will. The Atoma 140 grit plate can be renewed with an available 140 grit replacement pad which adds to the value of these plates. Measures 210mm x 75mm.

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    ||3.000 ||||1||1||1||0||||||||Atoma diamond plates are renowned for their long life and fast cutting properties. Some use this in progression with the 140 for stone flattening but we don't do this in our office. We flatten exclusively with the 140. This plate is reserved for work as a low grit sharpening plate. When used to sharpen and repair knives, the Atoma suffers none of the headache of soaking water stones or needing to repair stones when they become dished. This makes the Atoma ideal for users on the go or who are looking for a minimalist kit. Measures 210mm x 75mm.

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    ||0.250 ||||1||1||1||0||||||||This Atoma 1200 grit for the edge pro is a great way to get dead on edges with a consistent, never dish stone. It's quick, easy and produces excellent results. The plates are work exceedingly well for wear-resistant metals like ZDP-189 or M390.

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    Average rating is 4
    5.0
    By:  Matt
    ND
    WOW!! This this is great for reprofiling and is super fast. It might seem a bit spendy at first,but once you get it and use it some,you will know it was worth it.
    0.3
    3.0
    By:  wessel
    Amsterdam,NL
    Main advantage is that it does not dish. Probably a bit faster than the EP 120 stone.



    Rating is lower because the diamonds are in metal that rusts. I must have stored the stone moist,because I found rust spots in between the diamonds after a few days.

    Also,the finish of mine was not great. A ridge of metal at the top was elevated higher than the diamonds. No biggy,but I expected a bit better for this price.
    0.3
    ||0.200 ||||1||1||1||0||||||||This 140 grit plate is cut to fit the Edge Pro. These plates are excellent for wear-resistant metals like ZDP-189 or M390. This grit is also great for quick stock removal for resetting bevels or tip and edge repair. They are even great for keeping your other Edge Pro water stones flat. The layout of the diamonds keeps the plate from sticking to the stone during the flattening process.

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    ||0.250 ||||1||1||1||0||||||||The 400 grit Atoma plate featured here leaves a nice aggressive toothy edge that has great edge retention. These stones are a bit pricey but consider that you’ll never have to flatten them and since they’re all the same thickness and will never change thickness. You will get consistent angles on your EP without having to use a stop collar/marker/angle cube when switching stones. Great for wear resistant steels.

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    Size - 210mm x 75mm x 1mm||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||The Atoma is great for quick metal removal and also used for flattening sharpening stones. This item is the top pad only without the aluminum base. You can choose the grit you want using the drop down box near the order button.

    The Atoma Diamond Plate line is one of our most popular alternatives to water stones among our sharpening aficionados. The diamonds are arranged on the pad in a dot matrix pattern, allowing for a much more consistent and even scratch pattern on the knife edge. The diamond plates are an excellent alternative to powered devices such as grinding wheels or sanding belts, due to the reduced heat build-up. The layout of the diamonds keeps the plate from sticking to the stone during the flattening process.

    Size - 210mm x 75mm x 1mm



    ||||||||http://chefknivestogo.stores.turbify.net/at140grdiplr.html||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|atrepa140gr||item-1||solidtemplate||atomaplates||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/atoma-replacement-pads-140-grit-79.png||||||Atoma Replacement Pads 140 Grit||Thin140Grit||equipment > atomaplates > ||Suppliers > Atoma Plates > ||64.950||64.950 ||||The Atoma is great for quick metal removal and also used for flattening sharpening stones. This item is the top pad only without the aluminum base.

    Size - 210mm x 75mm x 1mm||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||The Atoma is great for quick metal removal and also used for flattening sharpening stones. This item is the top pad only without the aluminum base. You can choose the grit you want using the drop down box near the order button.

    The Atoma Diamond Plate line is one of our most popular alternatives to water stones among our sharpening aficionados. The diamonds are arranged on the pad in a dot matrix pattern, allowing for a much more consistent and even scratch pattern on the knife edge. The diamond plates are an excellent alternative to powered devices such as grinding wheels or sanding belts, due to the reduced heat build-up. The layout of the diamonds keeps the plate from sticking to the stone during the flattening process.

    Size - 210mm x 75mm x 1mm||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|atrepa400gr||item-1||solidtemplate||atomaplates||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/atoma-replacement-pads-400-grit-80.png||||||Atoma Replacement Pads 400 Grit||Thin400Grit||equipment > atomaplates > ||Suppliers > Atoma Plates > ||70.000||70.000 ||||The Atoma is great for quick metal removal and also used for flattening sharpening stones. This item is the top pad only without the aluminum base.

    Size - 210mm x 75mm x 1mm||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||The Atoma is great for quick metal removal and also used for flattening sharpening stones. This item is the top pad only without the aluminum base. You can choose the grit you want using the drop down box near the order button.

    The Atoma Diamond Plate line is one of our most popular alternatives to water stones among our sharpening aficionados. The diamonds are arranged on the pad in a dot matrix pattern, allowing for a much more consistent and even scratch pattern on the knife edge. The diamond plates are an excellent alternative to powered devices such as grinding wheels or sanding belts, due to the reduced heat build-up. The layout of the diamonds keeps the plate from sticking to the stone during the flattening process.

    Size - 210mm x 75mm x 1mm

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|atslpl1||item-1||solidtemplate||dmt1||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/atoma-slurry-plate-1-200-49.png||||||Atoma Slurry Plate 1200 Grit||AtomaSlurry-1200||equipment > dmt1 > ||Suppliers > Diamond Products > ||25.000||25.000 ||||||||0.300 ||||1||1||1||0||||||||The Atoma Slurry Plate 1200 grit is a small plate attached to a nice oak base that can be used to condition your stones and produce a nice slurry on them before sharpening. Measures about 3" x 2".||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|at140slpl1x2||item-1||solidtemplate||dmt1||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/atoma-140-slurry-plate-1-x-2-78.png||||||Atoma Slurry Plate 140 Grit||AtomaSlurry-140||equipment > dmt1 > ||Suppliers > Diamond Products > ||25.000||25.000 ||||||||0.300 ||||1||1||1||0||||||||Atoma Slurry Plate 140. These are small plates attached to a nice oak base that can be used to condition your stones and produce a nice slurry on them before sharpening. Most Japanese water stones need a good slurry to cut effectively and this little plate will allow you to get a good mud working quickly and easily without a lot of effort. They also do not mix with the stone like many naguras so your stones will cut at the grit intended. We also use them for rounding the edges off our stones. Measures about 3" x 2".

    ||||||||http://chefknivestogo.stores.turbify.net/at140slpl1x2.html||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|atslpl400||item-1||solidtemplate||dmt1||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/atoma-slurry-plate-400-50.png||||||Atoma Slurry Plate 400 Grit||AtomaSlurry-400||equipment > dmt1 > ||Suppliers > Diamond Products > ||25.000||25.000 ||||||||0.300 ||||1||1||1||0||||||||Atoma Slurry Plate 400. These are small plates attached to a nice oak base that can be used to condition your stones and produce a nice slurry on them before sharpening. Measures about 3" x 2".||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|aus8steel||item.||solidtemplate||shopbysteel||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/aus-8-steel-69.png||||||AUS-8 Steel||||shopbysteel > ||Shop by Steel > ||||||||||||||||0||1||0||0||||tsaust ||||AUS-8 steel is a somewhat common stainless steel used for kitchen knives and other items.||||||||http://chefknivestogo.stores.turbify.net/aus8steel.html||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|baname||link.||||||||||||baby name meanings||||||||||||||||||||||0||0||0||0||||||||||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|bamapa||item-1||solidtemplate||drmastpr||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/balsa-magnetic-pad-11-x-3-65.png||||||Balsa Strop 3" x 11"||BalsaStrop11||specials > drmastpr > ||Resources > Dr Matt's Straight Razor > ||13.500||13.500 ||||||

    Average rating is 4.7
    5.0
    By:  Mark
    Southwest Ohio
    I read a lot about the quality of Hand American (HA) products on Bladeforums. I’m so glad I tried them out. I applied 1 micron HA Diamond Spray to the Balsa Magnetic Pads for stropping and was wonderfully surprised with the results. It has clearly taken my stropping and edge refinement to the next level. Perhaps the ultimate level!
    0.3
    5.0
    By:  doug johansen
    Indian Hbr. Be.,FL.
    Fine. Convenient
    0.3
    5.0
    By:  Miles DeCoster
    Tempe,AZ
    I think this is the perfect beginners strop for someone interested in serious knife sharpening. The balsa is stiff enough to prevent edge rounding and the surface can be loaded and reloaded with all sorts of stropping compounds. Fantastic value.
    0.3
    4.0
    By:  Conroy
    Cambridge,MA
    I have used a few types of strops and still prefer leather but this will still do the trick.
    0.3
    5.0
    By:  Aaron
    Akron,Oh
    Very inexpensive form of strop. Works well with diamond spry. Soft to where if you want to try different pasts or such simply sand down and ready to go. And as always awesome service from Mark.
    0.3
    5.0
    By:  Jackie Teo
    Malaysia
    Nicely done Balsa strop pad,even surface and hard enough yet quite forgiving. Good stropping material to use with paste.
    0.3
    4.0
    By:  Alex
    Houston,TX
    Very nice for final touch
    0.3
    5.0
    By:  Donnie
    Toronto,Ontario
    VERY rigid. This can be good or bad depending on what you’re expecting. There is essentially NO give on these. However,as a wood medium,it’s excellent and completely free of natural defects. Seems to work well with the .5M chromium oxide paste.
    0.3
    4.0
    By:  Norman To
    Sydney,Australia
    this product is quite good and needs to work with a diamond spray. I am happy with the results.
    0.3
    5.0
    By:  Tyler
    Charlotte,NC
    Great product to get that polished edge.
    0.3
    4.0
    By:  Charles
    Austin,TX
    I have been using this pad for about 2 months. What I like about it is that does an effective job and it is not as easy to slice into as other stropping materials I have tried.
    0.3
    5.0
    By:  bob luhrs
    redmond wa
    I use a 10k stone followed by balsa wood with .5micron ken schwartz boron nitride,and balsa with .1 micron ks boron. The edge on both white and blue steel comes up to a 2 inch pinch distance paper edge cut with ease. Don’t think of balsa like the stuff from your model airplanes,this is hard balsa. Balsa ranges from 2.5 lbs/cu ft to 10 times heavier. This is almost like very soft pine,nothing like the balsa on kids toy airplanes where you can bite through it. Great stuff!
    0.3
    5.0
    By:  bobluhrs
    redmond wa
    I use two of them back to back. They stick right together,and I put .5 micron boron nitride and .1 on opposite sides. Just a couple of wipes on each side and knife is razor sharp. No need for support bases with these balsa strips they hold fine to cutting board or other surface if you stick 2 of them together. the minor bits of junk on them don’t affect the sharpening effects.
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    ||0.350 ||||1||1||1||0||||||||This balsa strop pad has a magnetic back and can easily be used with the Richmond hone base. The idea behind balsa wood as a strop medium is that a balsa surface is soft but rigid. When you apply compound you are creating a custom honing surface. The compound particles embed and stay in place while you are working, and it’s easy to sand the surface clean and flat when the compound is spent. This provides a cheap and easy way to experiment with a variety of different honing compounds that you can mix and match with low cost and good results.

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    Average rating is 4
    5.0
    By:  Tracy E.
    Granger,IN
    Came in a timely manner,great quality.
    0.3
    3.0
    By: 
    San Jose CA
    The surface level isn’t even. Stopping May vary
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    ||0.200 ||||1||1||1||0||||||||8" Balsa Strop. Check out the video to see a nice set you can make for yourself out of a standard universal stone holder, 8" diamond plate, and this strop.

    ||||||||http://chefknivestogo.stores.turbify.net/8balsastrop.html||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|bachset||item-1||solidtemplate||giftideas||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/bamboo-chopstick-set-100.png||||||Bamboo Chopstick Set||Bamboo-Black-Box||knife-accessories > giftideas > ||Accessories > Gift Ideas > ||9.950||9.950 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Made of bamboo, these nice chopsticks are 8.5 inches long and have a non-slip design. They have a classic Japanese minimalism style print at the end, smooth surface, a comfortable hand feeling and are durable and sturdy. They have unique designs and colors, come with gift box, and are a good choice for gifts or household use.

    Please don't microwave. We recommend hand washing and towel drying for long lasting use.

  • Product Name: Bamboo Chopsticks
  • Made In China with Japanese design elements.
  • Packing includes: 5 pairs of chopsticks and one box
  • Chopsticks Length: 22.5cm
  • Material: Bamboo
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    Average rating is 4.9
    5.0
    By:  jhmaass
    Outstanding value for such a good stone. Fast cutting and has great feedback.
    0.3
    5.0
    By:  Greg Pett
    San Jose,California
    I must admit that my sharpening skill is not equal to this stone. I started off with a bestor 1200 and this suhiro rica 5000. Yes,I do get good edges with this as a polishing stone. In the process I have given this stone divits and have not flattened it yet. Yes I need to flatten it but I am on a budget. This is a softer stone and it takes practice to be able to sharpen on it without cutting gouges in the stone. Learn your blade angles on harder stones. Lately,I have been much better at holding an angle. But I am fully willing to admit it is not the stones fault. It is my fault.



    So,through experience I can confidently say that learning on cheaper lesser grit stones how to hold your knife and stroke it during sharpening is invaluable. Tread gently on polishing stones as they are easier to gouge. Cheers!
    0.3
    5.0
    By:  Greg Pett
    San Jose,California
    The bestor 1200 is a rock! It removes metal and is a very sturdy stone that does not wear away as much as the polishing stone that I have.



    I am new to sharpening but the bestor 1200 seems like a winner as it is hard,double sided,and I can leave it in a soak without having to baby sit it before sharpening.



    My only complaint is that I am new to sharpening and I think I remove too much metal with it. That is my fault while learning the technique. It is not the stones fault... it is mine.



    I am of the opinion that I was recommended a very good stone for what it is. I just have to learn to use it better.



    Sharpening is learning.
    0.3
    4.0
    By:  Roger
    San Francisco,CA
    This is my first whetstone so I’m still learning,but these seem like a solid buy and the prices/service/shipping were top notch at chefknivestogo.com
    0.3
    5.0
    By:  Jesse
    Richmond,IL
    If I lost my stone collection,this would be the first stone I would buy. It’s really easy to use,cuts extremely fast,and has a nice smooth feel. It doesn’t need much soaking but if you leave it in water for a long time,it doesn’t make the stone feel mushy. I can get my knives sharp enough using only this stone,although I prefer to use finishing stones. I can’t think of a single fault with this stone.
    0.3
    5.0
    By:  Chris Morina
    Auburn,Al
    Great stone for the price. Cuts fast and is nice and hard. One of the first stones I started with,very good by for someone looking for a first stone. Leave a good edge that doesn’t need much refinement.
    0.3
    5.0
    By:  Brad
    Hawaii
    My go-to intermediate stone. Good width even for long chef’s knives. An excellent cutter with decent feedback; it leaves a good "working edge" which can be further refined on higher grit stones. An excellent value!
    0.3
    5.0
    By:  Bill B
    Charleston WV
    First waterstone I have ever used so take my review for what it is,a rank novices opinion. However,coming from oilstones to this is a revelation. I also have a few diamond plates,both eze lap plates of 600 and 1200. I will say that the bester 1200 is a completely different animal than the eze 1200. The finish is much better. I do understand about feedback and I think this stone has great feedback. A really nice feel in use and easy to tell when you are off angle. The sound and the feel change instantly. I am very happyso far to have made the switch and with my choice of stones. By the way,I use my stones for woodworking tools. Plane blades and chisels and the like,carbon steel and the cutting action is fine on this steel.
    0.3
    ||3.000 ||||1||1||1||0||||||||Bester 1200x Water Stone. Measures 212mm x 75mm x 25mm. The Bester stones require soaking before use. The stone is slow wearing and leaves a nice finish for a medium grit stone. The Bester 1200 cuts fast and has nice feedback.

    ||||||||http://chefknivestogo.stores.turbify.net/bester1200.html||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|besterstones||item.||solidtemplate||sharpening-stones||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/bester-stones-57.png||||||Bester Stones||||specials > linecooks > sharpening-stones > ||Resources > For Professionals > Sharpening Stones > ||||||||||||||||0||1||0||0||||imtwosi1kst bester1200 suri50grst takenoko8000 kitayama8000 harohadefebl sustho anguforshst yasttr adwasibr toshackit ||||Bester is a line of stones from a small supplier in Kyoto Japan that makes a variety of different stones under different brand names. The bester line requires a short soak and they're well liked by sharpeners both in Japan and around the world.||||||||http://chefknivestogo.stores.turbify.net/besterstones.html||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|bladeguards||item.||solidtemplate||linecooks||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/blade-guards-83.png||||||Blade Guards||||specials > linecooks > ||Resources > For Professionals > ||||||||||||||||0||1||0||0||||ckblblgu925s ck3pcdsettr ckblfekngu90 ckblfekngu13 ckblfekngu27 ckblfekngu6 blackfelt7 ckblfekngu22 blfekngu271 ckblfekngu30 chblfekn3pcs chblgu chblgu12 ck5blgusl kngu6s bladesaver105 ck12blgusl 80jafash kntippr ||||We have a wide selection of knife guards that work on most of the knives on our website. Here they are.

    Important! Please dry your knives thoroughly before putting them into these guards. Otherwise, you may trap the water in the guard and it will rust your knives.||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|blue1steel||item.||solidtemplate||shopbysteel||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/blue-1-steel-74.png||||||Blue #1 Steel||||shopbysteel > ||Shop by Steel > ||||||||||||||||0||1||0||0||||hayobl1 habl1 hinokuni1 karakublue1 murata nabl1da2 yota1 ||||Blue #1 steel has several different names, which can be confusing. It is called Aogami #1 (aogami translates to blue) and it also can be called blue paper #1. The steel has been wrapped in blue-colored paper for decades and this is why it's called blue. Hitachi high carbon steel is very pure and was specifically developed for tools and knives. Blue #1 is easy to sharpen, takes a very fine edge, and holds it for a long time.||||||||http://chefknivestogo.stores.turbify.net/blue1steel.html||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|blue2steel||item.||solidtemplate||shopbysteel||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/blue-2-steel-83.png||||||Blue #2 Steel||||shopbysteel > ||Shop by Steel > ||||||||||||||||0||1||0||0||||kaan keijirodoi gibl2na bl2stkn kohetsushinano kohetsublue konabl2 kowhst masakagemizu mawh1 minabl2 sabl2kn takayukihamura tanakakurouchi tanakadamascus tsubakiknives yamashin yasunoriknives shokufuknives yobl2 yusakuknives ||||This group of knives uses Blue #2 steel, also called Aogami #2 and sometimes called Blue Paper #2 since the steel is wrapped in blue paper when it's sent to blacksmiths. This steel is sought after and made from Japanese pure sand irons at their famous Yasugi plant in Shimane Prefecture. It outperforms Shirogami (White) steel with better edge retention and the ability to take a more acute edge.||||||||http://chefknivestogo.stores.turbify.net/blue2steel.html||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|boning-knives||item-1||solidtemplate||resources||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/boning-knives-71.png||||||Boning Knives||||resources > ||Knife Types > ||||||||||||||||1||1||0||0||||anbl2haho15 chkiaubokn14 da52ho14 dalesphobokn enbl2ho15 ensrho15 hawh2ho15 isw2hocu kabeho15leha kanehide kanehide2 katkbokn15le katkhokn15fi katkho18fiha kobl2naho15 kobl2waho15 kohaho15 kohaho151 koshbl2bu15 kosldho15 koaosuho15 koweasho150 kielcaha15 macchsefi macprbokn6 makoho15 makiho15 mashho mabl2naho15 moho15 nisg2tsbukn1 okbl2ho15 okgiho15 okwh2haho okwh2ho15 fucunaho15se tabl2ho15 tatowh2ga18 tatowh2mu18 tagrchha fufkmbo14 topakn12 todpbokn15 todputkn15 yawibopekn yabl2ho yohiwh2ho15 yofuwh1ho15 yubl2ho151 yubl2naho15 honesukisaya siho150sab ||||Boning knives, purpose is described in their name: portioning, parting, or boning bone-in cuts of meat. However, there is a wide range of boning knife styles available. These knives are unified by their pointed tips and sturdy construction and differ in their profile, degree of flex, and whether they are double beveled or single beveled.||||||||http://chefknivestogo.stores.turbify.net/boning-knives.html||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|hobust3x||item-1||solidtemplate||strops||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/horse-butt-strop-3x11-90.png||||||Bovine Strop 3" x 11"||BOVINESTROP11||specials > linecooks > shac > strops > ||Resources > For Professionals > Sharpening Accessories > Strops > ||14.950||14.950 ||||This bark-tanned bovine magnetic strop pad is made to fit the Richmond honing base. Easy to use, you can strop with the leather only or load the pad with various pastes with excellent results.||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||The Richmond Bovine Strop is the perfect choice for those looking to quickly touch up an edge on a knife or razor.

    Strops are the most effective way of discharging fine abrasive materials to the bevel edge of your knife or razor. This bark-tanned bovine magnetic strop pad is made to fit the Richmond honing base. Easy to use, you can strop with the leather only or load the pad with various pastes with excellent results.

    You will be amazed at how a few strokes on this strop will return a dull edge to perfect sharpness. Home cooks will be especially pleased with the ease and efficiency of the stropping process. Even those with little sharpening experience will find the use of a strop to be the easiest way of maintaining a fine edge on their blade.

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|8inlest||item-1||solidtemplate||strops||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/8-leather-strop-60.png||||||Bovine Strop 3" x 8"||BovineStrop8||specials > linecooks > shac > strops > ||Resources > For Professionals > Sharpening Accessories > Strops > ||12.000||12.000 ||||||
    ||0.200 ||||1||1||1||0||||||||This leather strop has a magnetic backing and is just the right size to fit on a CKTG 3x8 Strop Plate and holder for a base. Stropping is a gentle way to maintain the edges of your knives. Use edge trailing strokes at the same angle as your knife or razor edge and it works very well. We recommend using diamond paste or diamond spray on leather. Both work equally well.

    ||||||||http://chefknivestogo.stores.turbify.net/8inlest.html||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|batalestfore||item-1||solidtemplate||strops||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/bark-tanned-leather-strop-for-edge-pro-69.png||||||Bovine Strop for Edge Pro 1" x 6"||EPBovineStrop1x6||specials > linecooks > shac > strops > ||Resources > For Professionals > Sharpening Accessories > Strops > ||10.500||10.500 ||||||

    Average rating is 4
    2.0
    By: 
    mixed review. Put the sharpest edge on my knives. but after 2 days the leather delaminated from the base.
    0.3
    5.0
    By:  EJ
    Seattle WA
    Adding a little CO paste to this strop makes for a blazing sharp edge. Best results I’ve ever achieved with my EP after finishing my knives with this.
    0.3
    4.0
    By:  C.J. Doyle
    Westminster,Co
    When used with care,this product provided a polished edge with just a hint of "tooth". That combination was perfect to handcut and trim aged steaks.
    0.3
    5.0
    By:  John Larsen
    Federal Way,Wa
    Excellent product,on time and exactly as represented.
    0.3
    ||0.300 ||||1||1||1||0||||||||We've combined two popular items: the bark-tanned honing leather attached to an Edge Pro plate to allow you to strop on the Edge Pro.

    You can use this fine-grain side with or without spray or compound. Just remember to go "backwards" only on the strop since you will cut into the leather if you "push" the strop against the edge of your knife.

    ||||||||http://chefknivestogo.stores.turbify.net/batalestfore.html||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|bread-knives||item-1||solidtemplate||resources||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/bread-knives-108.png||||||Bread Knives||||resources > ||Knife Types > ||||||||||||||||1||1||0||0||||kavgbrkn21 kots1k6brkn2 ko1k6brknlob ko1k6brkn24 macsubrkn shhabrkn tobrkn todpbrkn21 toitkbrkn ||||Bread knives are valued for their titular role in slicing bread and a wide range of other tasks that make these knives among the most versatile in the knife block. One of the unifying features of bread knives is the serrated edges that allow them to saw through crusty bread or slice through softer baked items.||||||||http://chefknivestogo.stores.turbify.net/bread-knives.html||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|bust3x11||item-1||solidtemplate||strops||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/buffalo-strop-3-x-11-141.png||||||Buffalo Strop 3" x 11"||BuffaloSTROP11||specials > linecooks > shac > strops > ||Resources > For Professionals > Sharpening Accessories > Strops > ||14.950||14.950 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||The Richmond Buffalo Strop is the perfect choice for those looking to quickly touch up an edge on a knife or razor.

    Strops are the most effective way of discharging fine abrasive materials to the bevel edge of your knife or razor. This bark-tanned Buffalo leather magnetic strop pad is made to fit the Richmond honing base. Easy to use, you can strop with the leather only or load the pad with various sprays or pastes with excellent results.

    You will be amazed at how a few strokes on this strop will return a dull edge to perfect sharpness. Home cooks will be especially pleased with the ease and efficiency of the stropping process. Even those with little sharpening experience will find the use of a strop to be the easiest way of maintaining a fine edge on their blade.||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|bovinestrop3x8||item-1||solidtemplate||strops||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/bovine-strop-3-x-8-130.png||||||Buffalo Strop 3" x 8"||BuffaloStrop8||specials > linecooks > shac > strops > ||Resources > For Professionals > Sharpening Accessories > Strops > ||12.000||12.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||New color and finish on the leather as of 6/11/2023.

    This buffalo strop has a magnetic backing and is just the right size to fit on a CKTG 3x8 Strop Plate and holder for a base. Stropping is a gentle way to maintain the edges of your knives. Use edge trailing strokes at the same angle as your knife or razor edge and it works very well. We recommend using diamond paste or diamond spray on buffalo leather. Both work equally well.||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|bumpersticker||item-1||solidtemplate||stickers||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/bumper-sticker-132.png||||||Bumper Sticker||Honor||specials > linecooks > stickers > ||Resources > For Professionals > Stickers > ||1.490||1.490 ||||||

    Average rating is 5
    5.0
    By:  Clancey
    Mckinleyville,Ca
    I would love for this to be a licence plate frame!!! just a thought...
    0.3
    ||0.000 ||||1||1||1||0||||||||Here's a fun way to show off your interest in knives and sharpening. Our first CKTG bumper sticker! It reads "My Knives Are Sharper Than Your Honor Student."

    We have some other good ones we came up with so if this one is popular look for more soon. Thanks to our employee Lacy for coming up with this one!||||||||http://chefknivestogo.stores.turbify.net/bumpersticker.html||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|bannobunkas||item.||solidtemplate||resources||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/banno-bunkas-79.png||||||Bunka Knives||||resources > ||Knife Types > ||||||||||||||||0||1||0||0||||buknupto16 buknupto17an ||||Bunka knives are general purpose knives tackling a wide range of common kitchen tasks. Their reverse tanto profile gives the knives a dexterous and delicate tip and a unique and eye catching aesthetic. These can be used any time a gyuto or santoku might be called for. Since banno bunkas have fairly flat profiles they are most adept at push cutting and chopping rather than rock chopping.||||||||http://chefknivestogo.stores.turbify.net/bannobunkas.html||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|buknupto17an||item.||solidtemplate||bannobunkas||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/bunka-knives-up-to-170mm-and-longer-21.png||||||Bunka Knives 170mm and Longer||||resources > bannobunkas > ||Knife Types > Bunka Knives > ||||||||||||||||0||1||0||0||||anasbu17 anbl2bu17 gihabu16 haasmobu17 hawh1kubu shkaaosubu18 kabl1gy211 kanasubu15 kobayashi kosg2bu17 kobl2kubu17 kobl2nabu17 koshbl2bu17 kosldbu17 kowh2bu17 kurosaki1 kuhasa16 kufuasbu16cu kusebucu kuasbu17 kyaobu17 mabl2wafabu1 magidaho17 mahabu17 mawh1bu17 makobu mayubu17 moasbu17 moasbu17ch myrisecobu17 nagibu171 nisg2dana17c nisi3dabu17 shkar2bu17 tavghadawasa tastclbu ebuchibunka tsbl2tsbu171 tsasbu17 tsg3mibu16 tsa10nabu17 yohiwh2bu17 kavgsubu17 yokaenvgbu17 yomisg2bu17 yofuwh1bu17 hainasdakuts1 koaosubu17 koaswebu17 kohawebu17 kohabu17 kotsbu17 makukobu13 mamibu17 mawh1bu15 tsauhadabu17 yaashabu17 yagisahaenbu yawh1bu18 yobl2bu17 haasmibu18 hahagibu18 hatsukoro1 hasibewh2gy1 havgsu2 hish1bu18 kapsbu18 kaspsa18 kavgbldabu18 kovgdabucu masatsbu18 mazddabu18 mazdmibu18 nisg2dabu18 nisg2tskina2 nisg2tstabu1 nivgtsbu18 shkasg2kabu1 sarab2gy18 sawh2mu18 shibatatank tawh2tabu tatowh2mu181 tahonkaw2mu1 tasebl2dabu1 yabl2ha18 yoassa18 yubl2kubu18 yubl2bu181 dasastkn iswh2bu182 okwh2bu18 shkobu17 shgenvgbu17 kengata190mm takuvghateco2 hasibewh2ki1 nisg2dabu17 taashake20 tavghawagy21 kobl2nabu21 koshbl2bu21 kosldki21 misuzu1 yobl2bu21 tastclbu21 ||||This page consists of Bunka knives that range from 170mm to 225mm. The page is arranged first by blade size, then by manufacturer, and finally by steel.||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|buknupto16||item.||solidtemplate||bannobunkas||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/bunka-knives-up-to-165mm-23.png||||||Bunka Knives Up To 165mm||||resources > bannobunkas > ||Knife Types > Bunka Knives > ||||||||||||||||0||1||0||0||||miskkobu10 shaschta14 makokobu15 ankudakobu13 kavgnakobu13 makivgkobu shkor2ko13 shgenbu14 tsbl2bu15 mabl2nabu16s mivgbu16 miskbu16cu mivgbu161 kengata160mm takuvghateco1 taashake16 todpbu16 ankudabu16 daclv2bu da52bu17 enbl2bu16 ensrbu16 harukaze5 haasbu16 hamubl2dabu1 kuser2bu16 shkaaosubu16 shkabl2mi1 shkawh2bu16 shkayobl23 kavgbu16 kaasbu162 kavgbu161 kaasbu161 kagibu16 kavgsuwa16 kurabu kur2wabu16 kurotori kugibu16cu1 kugibu16cu mashbu mayukobu13 mihacastbu17 muasbu16 okgibu16 okbu16 tabata5 yotawh2bu16 yabl2bu161 yabu16 yowh2nabu16 yosg2bu16 yubl2bu18 yubl2nabu16 ||||This page consists of Bunka knives that range from 105mm to 165mm. The page is arranged first by blade size, then by manufacturer, and finally by steel.||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|bunmeiknives||link.||||knives1||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/bunmei-knives-34.png||||||Bunmei Knives||||knives1 > ||Japanese Knives > ||||||||||||||||0||0||0||0||||||||||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|buhapakn95||item-1||solidtemplate||75pekn||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/butch-harner-paring-knife-95mm-13.png||||||Butch Harner Paring Knife 95mm||Butch-Parer||resources > petty-knives > 75pekn > ||Knife Types > Petty Knives > 75mm-115mm Petty Knives > ||150.000||150.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Butch Harner Paring Knife 95mm.

  • Steel: Carpenter CTS-XHP Steel
  • Handle: Western, Cocobolo
  • Weight: 3.4oz / 96g
  • Edge length: 93mm
  • Height: 27mm
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    Average rating is 4
    4.0
    By:  Adam Y.
    San Francisco,CA
    I mostly bought these cloths so I would reach the free shipping limit on my whetstone but I was really surprised at how well the work. Shined up some of my more beat knives really nice. The wont get rid of deep scratches but minor ones will be no problem.
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    ||0.100 ||||1||1||1||0||||||||Cape Cod Metal Polishing Cloths are moist cotton cloths saturated with just the right amount of polish and they work really well for removing patina from your carbon steel knives. Just wipe on and then polish off with a dry cloth (I like micro fiber cloths best for these).

    ||||||||http://chefknivestogo.stores.turbify.net/cacodpocl.html||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|pans||item.||solidtemplate||knife-accessories||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/pans-36.png||||||Carbon Steel Pots & Pans||||knife-accessories > ||Accessories > ||||||||||||||||0||1||0||0||||haircopan jacastpanreh shibataskillet ||||Here's our current selection of pans from Japan.||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|cckbonechopper||item-1||solidtemplate||cleavers||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/cck-bone-chopper-241.png||||||CCK Bone Chopper||KF1602||resources > cleavers > ||Knife Types > Cleavers > ||115.000||115.000 ||||||

    Average rating is 4.7
    5.0
    By:  andrew
    louisville,ky
    with all the money i spend on knives,this cheap bone crusher of a knife gives me as much pleasure as any other in my working life
    0.3
    4.0
    By:  Michael McGuinn
    Raleigh,NC
    Overall the CCK Bone chopper is a great solid heavy Cleaver that means business. Great buy for the price!!!
    0.3
    5.0
    By:  Michael Bartley
    Los Angeles,CA
    This is one great bone crusher. Would highly recommend to anyone.
    0.3
    ||3.000 ||||1||1||1||0||||||||CCK is the biggest manufacturer of cleavers in the world. They know cleavers! So if you are looking for that bone crushing machine...here it is.

    This cleaver from CCK is called the Bone Chopper for very good reason. It is perfect for hacking through bones or even whole carcasses. Whether you are breaking down a cow or a deer or processing a pile of bones for your next stock pot, you need a knife with a big thick blade that can take an edge yet is soft enough to resist chipping. The Bone Chopper is made from a carbon steel that will provide those attributes. Because it's carbon it does require careful cleaning and drying after every session.

    The blade is attached to a wooden barrel-shaped handle that is functional rather than pretty. But that is what this knife is all about. Function. And that function is simple. To chop bones. Easily, efficiently, and cleanly.

    PLEASE NOTE WE CAN'T DO FINISH SHARPENING ON THIS ONE.

    **This cleaver DOES NOT fit the cleaver saya or the tiger wood cleaver stand. We recommend a felt protector.

  • Weight: 1 pound, 14 ounces
  • Blade Length: 228 mm (9")
  • Overall Length: 338 mm (13.25")
  • Thickness at Heel: 8.1 mm
  • Blade Height: 100.7 mm

    ||||||||http://chefknivestogo.stores.turbify.net/cckbonechopper.html||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|ccksmclstha||item-1||solidtemplate||cleavers||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/cck-small-cleaver-stainless-handle-158.png||||||CCK Cai Dao KF1813 Stainless||KF1813||resources > cleavers > ||Knife Types > Cleavers > ||100.000||100.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||This is a vegetable slicer. If you don’t own a CCK cleaver you are missing out on one of the pillars of knifedom. That’s a bit of an exaggeration, but this type of knife and this brand in particular are possibly used by more cooks and chefs around the world than any other.

    Chan Chi Kee (CCK) is a kitchen knife and supply company located in Hong Kong. They supply the local and international market with a full range of kitchenware and cutlery. They manufacture all of their cutlery in-house using fine steels and traditional methods, honed over decades.

    The CCK Small Stainless Cleaver is a perfect tool for professional and amateur chefs looking for a maintenance free Chinese style cutter. This is designed as a vegetable slicer. It is not a heavy duty cleaver that would be used to chop bones and hard items. The blade is quite thin for this type of knife and it makes for a very easy-to-use processor of ingredients.

    The CCK Small Stainless Cleaver is a great introduction to the fascinating world of Chinese cleavers. You will be amazed at how efficient and controllable it is. Around the world, many cooks say a cleaver is their number one knife for the majority of their cutting, slicing, and chopping duties. Try one out and you might agree! Highly recommended. Our cleaver saya does NOT fit this knife--it's WAY too big.

  • Maker: Chan Chi Kee
  • Location: Hong Kong
  • Blade: Stainless Steel
  • Handle: Stainless Steel
  • Weight: 246 grams / 8.6 ounces
  • Blade Length: 192 mm (7.5")
  • Overall Length: 295 mm (11")
  • Thickness at Heel: 1.8 mm
  • Blade Height: 80 mm (3")||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|cckcleavers||item.||solidtemplate||kitchen-knives||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/cck-cleavers-83.png||||||CCK Cleavers||||kitchen-knives > ||Knife Brands > ||||||||||||||||0||1||0||0||||cckcleaver2 chchikeeslkf ccksmstcl ccksmclstha cckcleaver3 cckkaukoch cckcleaver1 cckbonechopper weclst tiwodoclst ||||Chan Chi Kee (also known as CCK) makes a wide variety of kitchen tools and utensils including some very cool and interesting cleavers. These Chinese cleavers feature excellent prices and are fun to own and use for all types of chopping and slicing. They are particularly well-suited for chopping large quantities of vegetables.||||||||http://chefknivestogo.stores.turbify.net/cckcleavers.html||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|cckkaukoch||item-1||solidtemplate||cleavers||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/cck-kau-kong-chopper-235.png||||||CCK Kau Kong Chopper||KF1411||resources > cleavers > ||Knife Types > Cleavers > ||115.000||115.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||CCK Kau Kong Chopper. This one has some heft and would be a good all purpose knife that can handle chopping chicken bones and tougher items.

  • Weight: 24.6 ounces (695g)
  • Blade Length: 205 mm
  • Blade Height Front: 135mm
  • Blade Height Back: 110mm
  • Total Length: 312 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 7 mm
  • Please note that the cleaver stand does NOT fit this knife

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|chchikeeslkf||item-1||solidtemplate||cleavers||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/chan-chi-kee-slicer-kf-1302-76.png||||||CCK KF1302 Cai Dao ||KF1302-New-One||resources > cleavers > ||Knife Types > Cleavers > ||100.000||100.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||This CCK Cai Dao KF1302 also called by CCK a small slicer is slightly longer and taller than the KF1303 but with similar thinness. It's meant for slicing vegetables and it's not suitable for bones or other hard items. We do not have a saya that will fit this cleaver.

  • Weight: 10.2 oz (288 g)
  • Blade Length: 219 mm (8.6 inches)
  • Blade Height 98mm (3.8 inches)
  • Total Length: 320 mm (12.59 inches)
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 7.9 mm||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|cckcleaver1||item-1||solidtemplate||cleavers||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/cck-large-slicer-303.png||||||CCK Large Slicer||BIGLARGEKF1103||resources > cleavers > ||Knife Types > Cleavers > ||110.000||110.000 ||||||
    Average rating is 4.8
    5.0
    By:  Salar
    Tallahassee,FL
    For the price this cleaver is a amazing bargain. I recommend it to any person who enjoys using a vegetable cleaver for home or pro use. it has a thin blade,light wight,and decent stock edge I took it to work day of arrival and was and still am very happy with the knife. Now I understand why it has "a cult following among some knife forum members"

    Oh yeah if you are a cleaver guy forget the small and get this one you will be glad you did.
    0.3
    5.0
    By:  Sammy
    Bay Area,CA
    I didn’t know how much I enjoyed cleavers until I got this knife. I have a Shun,and several other chef knifes,and I enjoy the versatility and ability of this cleaver more than my other knives. The edge keeps for a great long time and you can bang it around. I work as a banquet cook and use my knifes all day. Also,totally stoked for getting the larger version of this cleaver.
    0.3
    5.0
    By:  Mike Schw.
    near Frankfurt,Germany
    I was searching all over for an authentic CarbonSteel Chinese Cleaver in Germany,all i could find was either StainlessSteel made in china or good but expensive japanese made Cleaver. My search ended,when i accidaently stumoled on Chefknivestogo.



    A few Days after the Order,the Cleaver arrived at my Home in Germany.



    It exactly like i wanted it,very,very thin Blade measuring 231x110mmm,After a few strikes on my 1000/3000 Combo Stone it achieved a pretty good edge,sharp enough to be cut newspaper. Edge Holding Capability is comparable with the famous german Herder Windmuehle Carbon Knives,good but not as good as Jap Hagane Steel.



    Recently,i took it on the Stones again in Order to remove some of the rustprotecting Laquer and smoothed the Edges of the Spine. Now it has taken a nice Patina,which i prefer on a Carbon Knife.



    This Knife has become on of my Favorites in my Selection among my traditional Japanese Knives.



    Great Buy,takes a great Edge,retains it well,easy to sharpen,kick ass Profile => highly recommended !!
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    4.0
    By:  glb
    Issaquah,WA
    Quality of materials and construction not the top of the line,but thinness of blade,weight,ability to take a sharp edge,and price make this a good buy.
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    5.0
    By:  Tom Brent
    Buffalo,New York
    Told me it would take four days to deliver,but came in less than two. Great knife. Thinest blade cleaver I own...my favorite.
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    5.0
    By:  Christopher Alford
    Arlington TX
    I love the excess of this knife. It’s huge. And in a good way. When coworkers see me use it they want to pick it up. All are surprised by the light weight and razor sharp blade it can take. Glad I finally picked one up.
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    4.0
    By:  leonardo ortiz
    okinawa,japan
    The knife was a great buy. I love the size and feel of the blade in my hand. It chops through everything with ease. I don’t use it on bones,but everything else glides through the cut.

    Cons: The blade got a little bit of rust after the second wash. So now I wash the blade then put a light coat of olive oil to help keep it from rusting any further.
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    5.0
    By:  Ed Singletary
    Clovis,New Mexico
    The large CCK slicer came in the box very sharp. After about ten minutes on a fine Norton bench stone it can slice completely across a sheet of newspaper with snagging. If you are not a pro I highly reccomend watching the many U tube videos on how to use a Chinese Cleaver. If you hold it forward of the handle it handles like a dream. Although it is very different I enjoy using it every bit as much as my Wusthof 10 inch chefs knife. I like the large size and enjoy using it over my Dexter= Russel Chinese cleaver. The CCK is a no none sense tool for cutting. A tool for doing lots of cutting.

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    5.0
    By:  Steve
    Dallas,TX
    I’ve recently acquired a 1303 (small slicer) and 1103 (large slicer),and have found the 1103 to be the superior tool. It weighs 50% more (15 vs 10 ounces,rounded),and performs at a much higher level. The 1303 may have a niche for smaller users (cooking together with gf) or finer cuts,but I find myself using the 1103 90% of the time,grinning uncontrollably all the while. I love them both,but recommend the large slicer if you must choose.
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    5.0
    By:  Michael Bartley
    Los Angeles,CA
    Great Cleaver!!! I have a Sugimoto #7 and a Moritaka Cleaver,and I still reach for this one. Great profile and really thin behind the edge
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    5.0
    By:  Steve S.
    Dallas,TX
    One additional observation here- the blade literally sings when it slices,and is being sharpened. Musical and highly functional,slicer perfection,even at the significantly increased price!
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    5.0
    By:  Bill Hartig
    Albuquerque New Mexico
    I bought this to upgrade from the cck 1303. Excellent purchase,great steel,somehow takes a similar edge to my white #2 gyuto.
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    ||3.000 ||||1||1||1||0||||||||Cleavers are in! At least they are in the minds of many chefs who swear by their fast and efficient ability to take on a huge variety of cutting, chopping, and slicing duties.

    Of course they are the default chef knife in China and other Asian countries. As such they obviously are able to do everything the western or Japanese chef knife can do.

    What is amazing is that despite their size and weight, they can process the smallest of ingredients with a deft action. This particular example is even more adept at these delicate tasks as it comes with a rather thin blade compared to other cleavers of this size. The blade also takes a really impressive edge.

    It’s a carbon steel construction so rusting and corrosion can take place if you let them stay wet or dirty.

    Once you get to use and appreciate the subtleties of the Chinese cleaver you might also become a proponent of the school that believes that this is the only knife a chef needs for the vast majority of his or her daily cutting requirements.

    This cleaver does not fit the cleaver saya that we sell.

  • Weight: 14.5 ounces
  • Blade Length: 227 mm (9")
  • Overall Length: 330 mm (13")
  • Thickness at Heel: 2.8 mm
  • Blade Height: 110mm
  • Handle Diameter:30.5mm



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    Average rating is 4.5
    5.0
    By:  Ken Schwartz
    Mountain House,CA
    I picked up one of these years ago on a trip to Hong Kong. The edge wraps around all the way to the tip,giving you a longer edge than a standard cleaver,making it very useful for slicing cuts such as portioning fillets. Also useful for hanging style cuts as the forward edge is in a more comfortable position. Use it by making a cut drawing the blade towards you,flexing the wrist as you approach the tip.



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    4.0
    By:  Omen Eagle
    Portland ME
    I bought this knife on impulse because it’s cool looking. I find my self using it a lot more than I thought I would,It chops great I also have found that this knife can be held almost like a pen and the forward edge can be used to peel celleriac and large turnips. All around a fun and useful knife the steel easely takes a keen edge.
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    5.0
    By:  Lynn Powell
    San Marcos Texas
    I bought this as a gift for my son who is a chef. He really enjoyed getting it and also the reaction from others when he showed it to them.
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    4.0
    By:  MJP
    Alexandria,VA
    Great knife. Very sharp and easy to handle. Does great with poultry butchering but be careful with larger cuts and large bones. I gave it a pretty serious dent in the blade trying to tackle lamb bones.
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    ||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Chinese Cleavers are the Asian version of the French chef knife. They are not used for chopping bone; they are slicers and are treated and used like a chef's knife. The Chinese have used the cleaver since the beginning of time and the Japanese combined it with their metallurgy and created some really nice cleavers of their own.

    Chan Chi Kee (also known as CCK) is a big name in Chinese Cleavers. They also make various kitchen tools and utensils for professional and home cooks.

    The Li’l Rhino Cleaver gets its name from looking like the small horn on a rhinoceros. It is a perfect tool for chopping herbs and vegetables. It's also a good choice for breaking down primal cuts of meat. With its pointed tip and rounded front end, the Li’l Rhino also loves to get between bones or remove skin.

    The blade is made from carbon steel, so extra care is required to prevent rusting and corrosion. Keep it dry and clean, and you will not have problems. This is one fun knife that is also high in function and has great appeal. *Finish sharpening service is not available for this knife.

    This knife does not fit our cleaver saya.

  • Weight: 7.8 ounces
  • Thickness at Heel: 2 mm
  • Blade Length: 180mm
  • Height: 81mm (about 3 inches)

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    Average rating is 4.7
    5.0
    By:  T
    Goleta,CA
    I grew up in a household that almost exclusively used this kind of knife in the kitchen,so I was ecstatic when I found this particular knife online. Kudos to this company for doing its research! The CCK small carbon steel cleaver is an unlovely knife,but it is a workhorse when it comes to vegetable prep. It is also offered at an awesome price here. The blade is thin,easy to sharpen,and even for my small hands the handle fits comfortably. I used to always use a chef’s knife when dicing onions and slicing tomatoes instead of my old $4 (now retired) Chinese vegetable cleaver which had a thicker blade,but this one glides through with no wedging. This knife has not let me down yet! If you’re looking for an entry-level Chinese cleaver for slicing and general vegetable prep that won’t break the bank but will introduce you to what this type of knife excels at,the CCK KF 1303 is for you. Just make sure you’re willing to deal with extra hassle that comes along with carbon steel knife maintenance.

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    5.0
    By:  Lawrence
    Forest Hills,NY
    Great for chopping large quantities of veggies. Blade is very thin and glides through food without wedging. Very rustic looking with not good fit and finish and will patina/rust but still a bargain for this level of performance.
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    5.0
    By:  Richard
    Ewing,NJ
    The CCK KF 1303 is a very thin blade Chinese carbon steel chef’s knife. Because it is a carbon steel knife with laminated surface,it would not rust until the laminated surface is removed. I have sharpened my knife,giving it a 10o/15o compound edge. In doing so,the bevel has no lamination and will now easily taint/rust/patina. The knife can take on an edge. The original factory edge is not too bad either.



    Unlike the Dexter-Russell Chinese chef’s knife,which is also a good knife,this CCK KF1303 is a very thin blade knife. As such it is very light and can slice food with very little resistance. Excellent for most food preparation works. On the other hand,it does not have the same toughness of the thicker blade Dexter knife. I would not recommend using this thin blade knife to cut very hard objects like bones or heavy duty works.



    The CCK KF 1303 does not have good finish. I bought two of these. One has a very small crack (1mm) on the handle and the other one has a very small bent at the tip of the spine. Neither has any real impact on performance,but potential buyers should not expect a great finish knife.

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    4.0
    By:  david
    omaha
    this is such a good prep knife. very sharp and hard to find. great job cktg!
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    5.0
    By:  dbmiller5
    Portland,OR
    What a fun knife to use!! It takes an edge very easily and is a joy to sharpen. Since I received this knife,I have used it for just about everything I do in the kitchen.

    It makes food prep fun again.



    As others have said,the fit and finish of this knife is not good,but for the price,you just cant beat it.

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    5.0
    By:  Alex
    Rockville,MD
    Good cleaver,thin and light. Convenient for food transfer from cutting board to pan.
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    5.0
    By:  chooch
    Santa fe
    This knife is by far one of the best knives for the money. I have owned several Chinese cleavers and it out performs all of them. BUY THIS KNIFE!!!!! Also the whole process of ordering and shipping was a breeze here,and was very prompt. The package took only three days to arrive.
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    5.0
    By:  Richard
    Ewing,NJ
    This is my second purchase and thus second review. I like to add that I have switched from the Dexter-Russell Chinese Chef’s knife to this CCK KF1303 knife as my main knife. They are both good knives,but KF 1303 has two big advantages. First,KF1303 can make thin and precise cuts because it is a much thinner blade knife. Second,the knife can be easily sharpened (thinner blade) and it remains sharp longer for it is made from harder steel knife.



    Buyers should be aware that this KF1303 is a carbon steel knife,so it can rust and it does require more care than a stainless steel knife. In addition,it is a thin blade knife,so it cannot work on heavy duty stuffs.



    The knife is just great,especially for its ridiculous low price. It out-performs knives which are twice and three times of its price.

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    4.0
    By:  Bryan G
    Tampa,FL
    If you want to try a cleaver out to get a change from the standard chef/gyuto ... this is the one. There is a reason these things have a cult following. The finish on these are pretty poor as mentioned elsewhere. They look like they were hand made in a back room. With that said,for the money I doubt you could get better. The profile is fantastic,the steel is good solid performing Carbon in terms of sharpness,edge retention and ease of sharpening. And personally I prefer a nice patina over scuffed up stainless. If you can’t keep your knife clean and dry you should be shopping BB&B for kitchen aid knives. Just my two sense. I am always telling Mark to rehandle some of the cheaper knives and sell them for a little more. This is one of those knives. If it have a better finished handle I would spend 50-60$ for this knife. This gets 4 stars based solely on the price. I would give it 3 if priced higher,but for 30$ the rough finish is acceptable.



    Thanks to my cleaver buddy Salar B. for purchasing this for me. I thought my small was a good size but it’s nothing to the Large CCK he has. Thanks again buddy.
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    5.0
    By:  Michael McCullen
    Chattanooga,TN
    Love this cleaver,it is so comfortable and light,and holds a great edge.
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    5.0
    By:  c9
    Its dirt cheap,and its great too. Thanks to its extremely thin grind,it can perform on par with many Japanese knives,but it can be a bit lacking in edge retention and might not support as acute of an angle. If you’re looking for a fun toy to play with,this one is highly recommended.
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    5.0
    By:  bhsumida
    Oakland,CA
    Great value. Excellent blade size/shape. Edge profile is just right (for me). Bought two of these because I liked it so much. Highly recommended.
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    5.0
    By:  Simon
    Ireland
    Oustanding knife from CCK. Shipped promptly all the way to Ireland. Makes veg prep a breeze,but used it for slicing meat wafer thin too! Got a present of a Damascus steel blade from my Girlfriend and shes not impressed that my little cleaver is never out of my hand. @ $29 you just cant go wrong!
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    4.0
    By:  Sam
    Acworth,GA
    This cleaver may be small when compared to their large cleaver,but at 8+ inches,it dwarfs my German meat cleaver. The balance and heft is perfect,though. It’s already an extension of my hand.



    Let me add myself to the ’looks rustic’ crowd. It looks like a lawnmower blade thinned to cardstock proportions,but oh,is it ever sharp. Out of the box,it was as sharp as I’ve ever gotten a knife,though I will have to smooth the secondary bevel to make the knife really perform. That said,tomatoes,onions,rhubarb,carrots,celery,all fell to this new weapon today. It’s also very good for firm cheese and chocolate.



    The one problem is that it practically takes two hands to release it from the magnetic knife strip,but I’ll get used to that.



    I may be done with Stain resistant steel forever. Even with the rustic finish,I prefer this look to the shiny blades right next to it.



    Thanks,Mark for providing this service so well. Once again I had my knife less than 72 hours after ordering,and I live 1000 miles away.
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    5.0
    By:  Cheng Wooster
    Austin,TX
    My husband loves this cleaver. It cuts through meat and watermelon so smoothly,like cutting tofu!
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    5.0
    By:  Andre
    For the price I don’t think it can be beat.



    Edge shape is pretty flat and makes sharpening easy. Handle was good,I just added a thin coat of wax.



    It was also a bit bigger than I expected,and I’m glad I didn’t get the larger CCK on here as I think it would have been too big for my needs.
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    5.0
    By:  Sebastian Parker
    Tampa,FL
    Absolutely LOVE my cleaver,the website,and the fast delivery. ChefKnivesToGo rocks. Customer for life
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    4.0
    By:  Ryan
    Madison,WI
    This cleaver is pretty awesome. The thin blade is great for all veggies,I use it for precise cuts on carrots,brunoise of shallots,chiffonade of herbs. It does the range of work I need it to do. I am still thrown off by its balance but can’t set it down. This thing has earned a place in my knife roll.
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    5.0
    By:  Robert Klemm
    Milwaukee,WI
    Yup yup... cheep n awesome!
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    5.0
    By:  Ed
    Austin,TX
    you know,I read the reviews about the fit/finish. I was hesitant as this was also my first carbon knife. Wow,Mark got me a nice one and it is great. Thin! Sharp! I’m using it as my primary knife now. What a deal for the price.
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    5.0
    By:  Alou
    Sarasota,FL
    Got mine in the mail today,was a bit nervous after seeing reviews saying they got bent tips,edges,got it out of the box and was pleasantly surprised. Looks good to me,decently sharp,feels great in my hand,puts my chefs knife to shame. A great knife even better that it was cheap.
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    4.0
    By:  Cameron Gunn
    Boise,Idaho
    I doubt You could find a better veg cleaver for even twice the money. Yes,it’s rustic with its kurouchi-esq finish and raw wood handle,but this is a serious chunk of steel that will take a very keen edge. It’s thin,lite,and makes me want to make dishes that require a lot of fussy veg prep. It’s straight high carbon,and mine’s starting to patina,but this knife is all about performance,not looks. Did I mention that it’s a breeze to sharpen too? I’m only deducting a star for the unfinished handle.
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    5.0
    By:  Dlo115
    Miami,FL
    Just received my CCK 1303. Feels great,nice thin blade,decent edge out of the box. cannot beat the price for this kind of knife. it also arrived promptly and well packaged,thank you Mark.
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    4.0
    By:  Jacob MacGown
    Reading,Ma
    I bought this knife for an experiment on the different styles of chef knife and cooking around the world. i have to say after trying the standard french knife,the gyuto,the santoku,and the american chef knife. this knife takes the cake. after getting this i have never worked faster and more accurate on the line. i love the weight and the length of the handle. it’s short but the way a knife is supposed to be held it’s perfect. sure handle is unfinished and the blade looks like someone took a steel train rail and turned it into a knife but that adds to the character. and personally who cares about what the knife looks like as long as it performs well. i love this knife and it is always welcome on the line at work
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    4.0
    By:  M
    Reading,MA
    After i got this knife I was surprised at how much faster I rip through prep work. the knife is amazing and I recommend it to everyone. sure it looks like someone hammered a railroad spike to make a knife but it works. The only reason i give it a 4 and not a five is that the blade needed a sharpening when it arrived,but after I took it to a wet stone I have not had a better knife ever. This is always welcome on the line with me.
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    5.0
    By:  JP
    Portland,OR
    Great cheep cleaver.
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    5.0
    By:  chris
    Milwaukee,WI
    Being forewarned that the fit and finish of this knife was sub-par,I have to say that bang for buck,this knife cannot be touched. It holds a true razor edge,and is very versatile and fun as heck!
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    3.0
    By:  Haifeng Jiang
    Laramie,Wyoming
    This knife is ok,if you really want a Chinese cleaver,buy other models,not this one,the blade is as thin as a piece of paper,which a real Chinese cleaver will never be like. I grew up in China,the real cleavers all have thin edge,but the back spine is usually pretty thick,I’d say at least 3 times thicker than the edge part,that gives the cleaver a very good feeling. Well the CCK is just too thin all over the blade which makes it too light to handel. Other than that,the knife is built with ok quality,the blade body is not flat,the edge is not straight,the handel is cheap,I have to say I’m really disappointed with it. It’s not even as good as the one I use to have,and I got it from a local blacksmith in a really small town where I grew up. I’d say that one is at least 3 times better and the price is 10 times cheaper.
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    5.0
    By:  JeffS
    SLC,UT
    I ordered one to see what everyone was talking about. After about a year of using mine I can say that I love it.



    Love the profile on the blade. Thinned mine just a little and couldn’t be happier for the price.



    Holds a nice sharp edge,and I smile ever time it falls cleanly though carrots and onions.
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    5.0
    By:  John B
    Rockville Md
    The real deal. All function. Good balance,easy to keep sharp,perfect weight.
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    4.0
    By:  Marc T
    Calgary,AB
    I’ve been using the blade for about a week,and I love it. Light and comfortable,then and great for slicing and chopping.



    There are two minor complaints. One is the decision to round out the edge. Though they justify this by saying the edge would otherwise catch on the cutting board,that’s really only a result of improper use. I think a flat edge is better on a cleaver,because when you’re chopping fast you don’t want the outer edges of the blade to leave ingredients uncut.



    The second is in how well the edge holds. It does well for the value,but if you’re using the knife in a professional environment,heavy use will quickly dull the blade. If this is important to you,invest in a Japanese-made Chinese chef’s knife,though if you’re only using this at home I doubt you’ll have anything to complain about!



    For 35 bucks though,these complaints are really minor...
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    4.0
    By:  chobint
    columbus,oh
    This is an excellent knife that gets very sharp on the chosera outfitted edge pro that I bought along with it. The blade seems to be mostly happy with the screaming sharp 12 degree primary edge I put on it. However at 12 degrees,I find that the blade needs a run across the steel about every 45 min of service to keep it scary sharp. After putting a microbevel on the blade,I find that the edge stability is much better without any sacrifice in sharpness (reducing the need to steel). Minus one star for lacquered blade and a handle that still looks ugly even when drowned in mineral oil. On a final note,this blade is a great value well deserving of it’s cult status on the cutlery forums. If you want to watch vegetables melt before you,this knife is a great starting point.
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    5.0
    By:  DennisL
    WV
    If you have been on the fence about getting this item,just do it! You will not regret. 5 star is for the value of the price/performance. I spray painted mine with the black "pasticote" style paint from Lowes.
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    5.0
    By:  Ray
    Blaine,WA.
    Excellent service

    great product.
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    5.0
    By:  Andrew
    Los Angeles,CA
    This knife arrived today,so I have only a dinner’s worth of experience to review... But I’m crazy for this cleaver. The handle is "rustic" but flawless,in this case. The blade thin and sharp and made very short work of some very precise cuts of veggies. Being a vegetarian,I won’t test on "proteins" as the word is used in culinary circles. But this thing is super sharp,super easy to handle,unbelievably well priced for wat I have. It seems robust enough,too,though I won’t test it as a "lobster cracker" or some such thing. When I get my sharpening skills together I can review it from that side,too... but given that it’s an inexpensive carbon-steel cleaver,it promises to be one of the easier knives in my collection in this regard,too. Thanks!
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    5.0
    By: 
    Awesome knife!
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    5.0
    By:  Bill
    Rural Illinois
    Order arrived quickly and the order experience was excellent. I grew up in a rural area where functional wood handles and non stainless steel butcher and pocket knives were normal. I have a few that are 60 or more years old and still work fine. But they need to be kept relatively clean and dry when not in use. This cleaver is sharp and has easily cut everything I’ve used it for. I like the height that keeps fingers away from what is being cut and the shape that allows putting pressure on the front top. I like it for pizzas better than the rolling style cutters.
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    5.0
    By:  Roger Sutton
    Greensboro,NC
    Everyone should own this CCK small cleaver - it’s light,very sharp and easy to sharpen,great at scooping up cut veggies and quite inexpensive.
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    4.0
    By:  MXM
    Center Twp,PA
    I didn’t really know what to expect when I ordered this knife. It was an impulse buy. It comes nicely sharpened and looks awesome hanging on my magnetic knife strip. So far I have used it to chop up vegetables and apples. It is comfortable to use and is a nice option to have in my knife collection.
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    By:  Jack
    Melbourne,Australia
    5 stars,particularly for value. Not bad fit and finish out of the box. Haven’t had a chance to sharpen it yet but it is a great knife,fun to use,and will only get better once it sees the stone.
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    5.0
    By:  Coulter Kirkpatrick
    Jacksonville,FL
    I originally bought this for my Taiwanese mom-in-law whose decreasing strength made her long ago retire her crude heavy chinese cleaver. I have a Chan Chi Kee #3 large cleaver that I love and use extensively,esp. when faced with large amounts of asian root vegetables. However I’ve found the #3 small cleaver is very well-balanced,agile,and makes short work of small veggies and herbs. AND it looks awfully cool. So,I’ve selfishly decided to keep the it for myself and maybe order another for mom-in-law or perhaps a Nakiri. While I’ve found Chan Chi Kees are extremely sharp right out-of-the-box,they can be sharpened to razor sharpness. And they have a big WOW factor for easily impressed foodies when you hang them on a magnetic strip next to your Japanese,German,French and other kitchen knives. Seriously though,if you’re toying with the idea of a chinese cleaver,they are awesome tools and Chan Chi Kees are the best.
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    4.0
    By:  Brandon
    Colorado
    love the knife for all the right reasons. good price,holds an edge wonderfully and sharpens easily,now i just have to get used to a chinese chef knife,but so far for prep alone i love the multi-tasking ability of the knife. not to mention the quality service of CKTG.
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    5.0
    By:  James B
    Washington,DC
    Awesome tool!! I am a chef and one of my coworkers recommended this cleaver and I got one from CKTG. It holds a really great edge,it’s great with vegetables,and it is so big you can use it as a board scraper. You will enjoy this cleaver for sure!
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    4.0
    By:  Keith
    Honolulu Hawaii
    I must say it is a rough finish,but an outstanding production blade.It is thin esp. at the tip,I put a double blended shinoge line on the edge,very sharp.I also like the rocker on this cleaver some have too much,& I dont like the totally straight ones either.The gentle rocker of this vegitable cleaver puts alot of blade edge on the board making it good for chopping & forward push cuts as well.If you do not mind it’s rough looks & the little extra care of carbon,you cannot lose at this price.
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    By:  Lloyd Bruney
    Columbia,SC
    I heard about this cleaver on Kitchen Knife Forums. I received it as a Christmas gift and was thrilled with the sharpness out of the box! The cleaver is rustic,and I wish I could have afforded the custom handle. I feel that it would have been worth the upgrade. However,the standard handle is sufficient. The cleaver is worthy of a custom handle! As stated earlier,it was sharp out of the box. Once it was put on the stones,it became extremely sharp and it is a fantastic knife!
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    By:  Jeremy
    Myerstown,PA
    For the forty dollars I spent on it,I really love this knife! I’ve purchased other Chinese cleaver,but I’ve never been able to find one with such a thin blade. It makes for an awesome slicer. The steel takes a pretty steep,refined edge and holds it well. After several nights of moderate to heavy home use,the blade still shaves the hair off my arm after a bit of stropping. The only issue I’ve had with it is chipping of the blade. After dicing some sweet potatoes with it (yea,probably a dumb idea to begin with - I almost went with a heftier knife,but decided to test the cck instead)there were several small chips all along the length of the edge. I sharpened it at 15 degrees per side,so that may have contributed to the problem. The blade was still shaving sharp except for the chipped areas,though!
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    By:  Cory
    Kirkland,WA
    Love this thing! was my first cleaver and i gotta say this thing takes a wicked edge! just a quick run on a 1k Arashiyama and a hone on an 8k Kitayama and it push cuts newspaper / printer paper and rips through veggies with a purpose! would recommend this knife to anyone.
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    By:  Len Thiel
    Woodbury,MN
    OK,I don’t know anything about knives. When I retired,I decided to take a cooking class. She said the CCK 1303 was the nu plus ultra of Chinese Cleavers. Since I was a young man,I have put up with using dull knives and hating the process of trying to hack through vegetables and making a mess of every attempt. With this cleaver,not only is every cut clean and precise,it is just a joy to work with. If you are tired of stainless steel knives that don’t hold an edge,this is the vegetable cleaver for you! Buy one and see if I’m not right.
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    5.0
    By:  Arthur
    State College,PA
    Bought this as an all-purpose knife; was raised in a chinese household,so I prefer the feel of this cleaver. As other people said,the blade is very thin,and it is carbon steel,so it does require some extra care. This knife is fantastic to use for veggies,and it’s easy and quick to sharpen. For the price,there’s no better bargain if you’re looking for this kind of knife. I highly recommend this knife.
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    By:  John
    Tampa,Fl
    Great knife,Razor sharp. Nice wooden handle although total knife weight is pretty light would like to have a little more weight. Had to re adjust while cutting from a french chef’s knife. But I love this knife does its job.
    0.3
    5.0
    By:  Erik
    Ottawa
    This knife saves me hours. Great for hacking through huge piles of veg,and still be sharp at the end of a few bags of turnips.
    0.3
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    By:  mrsupport
    Mantua,oh
    Not a premium cleaver but a superior kitchen tool. All I did was strop it on leather to achieve an excellent edge. This cleaver/knife is becoming my new goto chef knife. Today it amazed me cutting a whole watermelon easier than any other knife I ever used. Why care about average looks?
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    By:  adam a
    tampa fl
    i was disapointed with the sharpness. It works fine but dont expect effortless cutting. this knife is just as sharp as my victronix chef knife but nowhere near a higher quality knife. i really dont enjoy using it and use it to cut big things mainly like a block of butter or if i really need to beat up on something.
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    By:  P.W.
    Pittsburgh,PA
    Might not be the prettiest knife on the planet,but it makes up for it in outstanding performance. Takes a great edge,a breeze to sharpen,and stands up to hours upon hours of being brutalized in every manner possible in a professional kitchen.
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    By:  Tom Gray
    Seagrove,NC
    I cook supper almost every night,because I want to. It’s restorative and a time of contemplation. And it’s FUN. That in mind,this knife is FUN. How can you go wrong with a $40 knife that sharpens easily and cuts well? I did rehandle mine,knocking up the "star value."
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    4.0
    By:  Palaia
    Chicago IL
    Great utility knife. Light and nimble and best of all it’s carbon. Had to tweak it a bit on my stones to get the edge I am used to. Great all around knife and an excellent choice for anyone’s first foray into the world of Chinese style cutlery.
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    By:  Harrison
    Louisville Ky
    Cleaver very sharp right out of the box. Hit it on a 10k just to be safe. Has become my go to veg knife. It is a wonderful intro cleaver. I am already planning buying another cleaver. My only complaint is the barrel handle. But what do you expect for 40 bucks. Wonderful knife. I would buy it again.
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    5.0
    By:  jake
    new york,ny
    this knife is a steal. its my first chinese style cleaver and i love it. feels good in hand. not quite so small. the saya (unfortunately almost the price of the knife) is also a very nice piece. very sturdy
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    By:  craig
    orillia,ontario
    patina is slow to form,usable edge ootb,incredible thin geometry,fantastic performer,got mine a week ago. Ordering another for an old friend.. price-value ratio simply unmatched!
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    2.0
    By:  James Piazzola
    Pomona,CA
    I’m sorry to be a downer,I have other knives from you I love but this one is a big disappointment. It chips way too easily. The edge on ours looks like a saw blade and we take very good care of it,no rust,but the edge is badly chipped. We have not used it as a cleaver...only to cut. Maybe I just got a bad one.
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    5.0
    By:  Mike
    Canada
    Cleaver is great,very thin behind the edge. The steel is on the reactive side of the spectrum. Take that with a grain of salt though as my only experience with carbon steel has been with old french carbon steel knives and they didn’t react as much. Speaking of those old knives,I love their look so I removed the lacquer on this knife with acetone and then sanded off the finish. Stained the knife brown with an apple cider vinegar soak followed by a rinse in hot water. Scrubbed the loose oxide off and now my knife looks like it is a hundred years old. I wouldn’t recommend doing that to your knife if it is to be your go to knife. Removing the lacquer will leave more of the taste of iron on reactive foods. It diminishes with wear,but it will always be there and it is much more noticeable with the lacquer off. Not a big deal on potatoes that you cook or on onions that have such a strong taste,but it is quite noticeable on something like an apple slice.
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    By:  Bill Hartig
    Albuquerque New Mexico
    I purchased this knife about a year ago and have since upgraded to the 1103. This knife is an absolute laser. I’m pretty sure they use magic to create the steel,pretty good retention,and so mind bogglingly thin behind the edge that after sharpening you can conceivably split atoms. Edge is easily maintained on a honing steel. Kurouchi is smooth and not at all grabby. This is the ultimate cleaver if you want to try out that technique.
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    ||2.000 ||||1||1||1||0||||||||This is a vegetable slicer.

    This CCK Small cleaver was used and recommended in Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Magazine, and sales have gone way up as a result. A small Chinese chef’s knife is called a Sangdao and is an excellent cleaver at an even greater price. It is made from carbon steel with a tough kurouchi finish. It requires extra care to keep from rusting, so it is vital to keep it clean and dry between uses.

    The CCK Small Cleaver is our best-selling cleaver at CKTG. It is a wonderful introduction to the world of Chinese chef knives. The blade is relatively thin for a knife of this type and has a sharp edge. There is a very slight belly to the edge profile, which reduces the chance of the end sticking into the cutting board.

    Sangdao are the perfect knives to quickly and precisely chop, julienne, and slice meats and vegetables, but they will not cut any bones...so please don’t try!

    This is a great choice for those wanting their first cleaver or chefs looking for a workhorse for vegetable prep.

  • Weight: 8.8 ounces
  • Blade Length: 209.5 mm (8.25")
  • Overall Length: 315 mm (12.5")
  • Thickness at Heel: 2.9 mm
  • Blade Height: 88.5 mm (3.48")
  • Engraving: Laser Engraved as of 1/2021 (see photos)

    ||||||||http://chefknivestogo.stores.turbify.net/cckcleaver2.html||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||CCK||||0||~~|^^|ccksmstcl||item-1||solidtemplate||cleavers||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/cck-small-stainless-cleaver-216.png||||||CCK Small Stainless Cleaver 205mm||KF1912||resources > cleavers > ||Knife Types > Cleavers > ||110.000||110.000 ||||||||1.000 ||||1||1||1||0||||||||This is a vegetable slicer. If you don’t own a CCK cleaver you are missing out on one of the pillars of knifedom. That’s a bit of an exaggeration, but this type of knife and this brand in particular are possibly used by more cooks and chefs around the world than any other.

    Chan Chi Kee (CCK) is a kitchen knife and supply company located in Hong Kong. They supply the local and international market with a full range of kitchenware and cutlery. They manufacture all of their cutlery in-house using fine steels and traditional methods, honed over decades.

    The CCK Small Stainless Cleaver is a perfect tool for professional and amateur chefs looking for a maintenance free Chinese style cutter. This is designed as a vegetable slicer and chopper. It is not a heavy duty cleaver that would be used to chop bones and hard items. The blade is quite thin for this type of knife and it makes for a very easy to use processor of small to medium ingredients.

    The CCK Small Stainless Cleaver is a great introduction to the fascinating world of Chinese cleavers. You will be amazed at how efficient and controllable it is. Around the world, many cooks say a cleaver is their number one knife for the majority of their cutting, slicing, and chopping duties. Try one out and you might agree! Highly recommended.

  • Weight: 9.0 ounces
  • Blade Length: 204 mm (8")
  • Overall Length: 315 mm (12.5")
  • Thickness at Heel: 2.04 mm
  • Blade Height: 88.9 mm (3.5")
  • Engraving: Laser Engraved as of 1/2021. See Photos

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|ce320mesist||item-1||solidtemplate||lowgrst10||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/cerax-320-medium-size-stone-37.png||||||Cerax 320 Grit Standard Size||401||specials > linecooks > sharpening-stones > shglkachst > lowgrst10 > ||Resources > For Professionals > Sharpening Stones > All Sharpening Stones by Grit > Low Grit Stones 100-600 > ||40.000||40.000 ||||||||3.000 ||||1||1||1||0||||||||The stones are quick cutters with a high concentration of abrasives in the stone. They require a quick soak before use. This stone measures 205 x 73 x 27mm. Comes with a small rubber stone holder that works very well along with a small cleaning stone. These are great values and favorite low grit stone that we sell.||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|ceraxcombo1k3k||item-1||solidtemplate||cost||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/cerax-combo-1k-3k-82.png||||||Cerax Combo 1K/3K||CR-3800||specials > linecooks > sharpening-stones > cost > ||Resources > For Professionals > Sharpening Stones > Combination Stones > ||59.950||69.950 ||59.950 ||||||2.000 ||||1||1||1||0||||||||These Cerax Combination stones are a great way to start your sharpening obsession. This set has the 1K and the 3K back to back in a convenient box that works as a stone holder as you sharpen. The stones are 185mm by 65mm. The 1K is a bit thicker at 16mm, vs. the 3K at 13mm. These are water stones, so you'll need to soak them for 5-10 minutes before using them, but don't leave them in the water for too long. This set also comes with a small negura for creating a slurry or for cleaning the stones.

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|ce1kcost||item-1||solidtemplate||cerax||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/cerax-1k-6k-combo-stone-49.png||||||Cerax Combo 1K/6K||CR-4800||equipment > cerax > ||Suppliers > Suehiro Stones > ||74.950||74.950 ||||||||2.000 ||||1||1||1||0||||||||Known worldwide for their longevity and ease of use, the Cerax stones are also super practical. This set has the 1k and the 6k stones, back to back, in a protective box that also works as a holder while you sharpen. They are 185mm long and 65mm wide, but the 1k is a bit thicker at 16mm than the 13mm 6k. The set also has a small nagura stone for creating a slurry or cleaning your stones. These are water stones, so you'll want to soak them for 5-10 minutes before use, but let them thoroughly dry between uses.

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|ceco28||item-1||solidtemplate||cost||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/cerax-combo-280-1-5k-82.png||||||Cerax Combo 280/1.5K||CR-2800||specials > linecooks > sharpening-stones > cost > ||Resources > For Professionals > Sharpening Stones > Combination Stones > ||60.000||60.000 ||||||||2.000 ||||1||1||1||0||||||||Cerax 280/1500 Combination stone. This is a great way to take care of all of your sharpening needs in one package! The 2.5" by 7" double sided stone comes with a box that acts as a holder, and a small negura or slurry stone for cleaning your stones and building up a slurry. These stones work best when immersed in water for 5-10 minutes before use.

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|chefsets||item.||solidtemplate||linecooks||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/chef-sets-41.png||||||Chef Equipment||||specials > linecooks > ||Resources > For Professionals > ||||||||||||||||0||1||0||0||||cuscset procookset coscsetwist chkish mackish ckbesc frropin thproulfadif knifebag rigoplsp ri12pcplspse kotw ckth kuriswcape kuripe3pcset tojiro-kitchen-shears rismsp ckplsp rilaplspblsa rislsp chsh riarmiplsp riofpltw ri8pltw tofiscsc bumpersticker minisword kuripakn ch8pcknro chtsh tojiroknifebag chbaai10pa ||||Here are a variety of chef sets that we've put together using our best selling items at good discounts. We also are including some of our most popular pro cook tools in this section so it's easier to find them.||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|chkntogorost||item-1||solidtemplate||cktgswag||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/chef-knives-to-go-round-sticker-54.png||||||Chef Knives To Go Round Sticker||RoundBlack||specials > linecooks > cktgswag > ||Resources > For Professionals > Swag > ||0.990||0.990 ||||||||0.000 ||||1||1||1||0||||||||Chef Knives To Go Round Sticker. Measures 2 3/4" in diameter.||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|changu||item-1||solidtemplate||addonitems||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/chefknivestogo-angle-guide-81.png||||||Chefknivestogo Angle Guide||Card||knife-accessories > addonitems > ||Accessories > Add On Items > ||0.030||0.030 ||||||||0.200 ||||1||1||1||0||||||||One of the most common questions we get from newbie sharpeners is what angle should I sharpen my knives at? Followed by "How can I determine a 15 degree angle? Here is the answer. We made a little angle guide and put it on the back of our business cards. There are a 20 degree and 15 degree angle on it so you can just cut the one you want, place it on the stone, place your knife on top of the guide and it will give you the angle. We're going to give these out for free to most customers that buy sharpening stones from us but if you want to make sure to get one we thought we would add this item for a few cents.||||||||http://chefknivestogo.stores.turbify.net/changu.html||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|chbaai10pa||item-1||solidtemplate||giftideas||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/chefknivestogo-band-aids-10-pack-111.png||||||Chefknivestogo Band Aids 10 Pack||BandAids||knife-accessories > giftideas > ||Accessories > Gift Ideas > ||0.990||0.990 ||||||||0.000 ||||1||1||1||0||||||||Chefknivestogo Band Aids 10 Pack.||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|chblfekn3pcs||item-1||solidtemplate||bladeguards||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/chefknivestogo-black-felt-knife-3pc-set-99.png||||||Chefknivestogo Black Felt Knife Guard 3pc Set||3-6-8||specials > linecooks > bladeguards > ||Resources > For Professionals > Blade Guards > ||9.950||9.950 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Chefknivestogo Black Felt Knife Guard 3pc Set. This combination fits the Tojiro 3pc set well. The guards used are the 3.5", 6", and 8.5". Please make sure to put the blade guards on the right way with the spine exposed and the edge covered. See photo #2.

    Important! Please dry your knives thoroughly before putting them into these guards. Otherwise, you may trap the water in the guard and it will rust your knives.

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|chbloftw||item-1||solidtemplate||peelers||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/chefknivestogo-black-offset-tweezers-140.png||||||Chefknivestogo Black Offset Tweezers||BlackOffsetTweezers||specials > linecooks > peelers > ||Resources > For Professionals > Peelers & Tweezers > ||14.000||14.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||These tweezers are very popular with our professional cook customers and come in some nice colors. Our fine tip stainless tweezers are great for plating and handling delicate small ingredients.

  • Offset Fine Tip
  • 7.8" length
  • Hand-wash only||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|chblgu12||item-1||solidtemplate||bladeguards||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/chefknivestogo-blade-guard-12-152.png||||||Chefknivestogo Blade Guard 12" ||CardStockBladeProtector||specials > linecooks > bladeguards > ||Resources > For Professionals > Blade Guards > ||0.700||0.700 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||This handy laminated, card stock knife guard works well at a good price for covering your knives and transporting them in your knife bags or storing in your kitchen drawers. These will handle blades up to 12" long but will work great with smaller ones as well. The sheaths are surprisingly durable and are a low priced, easy way to protect your edges.

  • 1 Large Blade Guard 12 Inch x 2.5inch (305mm x 63mm)||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|chblgu||item-1||solidtemplate||fucuna||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/chefknivestogo-blade-guard-81.png||||||Chefknivestogo Blade Guard 3pc Set||NEWCKTGBladeGuardSet||specials > linecooks > tojiro-knives > fucuna > ||Resources > For Professionals > Tojiro Knives > Tojiro Reigetsu Knives > ||1.950||1.950 ||||||
    Average rating is 4.5
    5.0
    By:  Gino
    Abington,Pa
    Love these! They do the job perfectly and are inexpensive enough to buy one for every knife in the drawer. Just cut them to size with scissors.
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    4.0
    By:  Kin
    Orlando FL
    Gets the job done,and can’t beat the price. Also the graphics are great
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    ||0.050 ||||1||1||1||0||||||||This handy set of laminated, card stock knife guards are perfect for covering your knives and transporting them in your knife bags or storing in your kitchen drawers. These will handle blades up to 12" long but will work great with smaller ones as well. The sheaths are surprisingly durable and are a low priced, easy way to protect your edges. This 3 pc set includes.

  • 1 Large Blade Guard 12 Inch x 2.5inch (305mm x 63mm)
  • 1 Medium Blade Guard 8 inch x 2.5inch (202mm x 63mm)
  • 1 Small Blade Guard 5.5 inch x 2.5 inch (140mm x 63mm)||||||||http://chefknivestogo.stores.turbify.net/chblgu.html||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|chbloftw1||item-1||solidtemplate||peelers||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/chefknivestogo-blue-offset-tweezers-136.png||||||Chefknivestogo Blue Offset Tweezers||BlueOffsetTweezers||specials > linecooks > peelers > ||Resources > For Professionals > Peelers & Tweezers > ||14.000||14.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||These tweezers are very popular with our professional cook customers and come in some nice colors. Our fine tip stainless tweezers are great for plating and handling delicate small ingredients.

  • Offset Fine Tip
  • 7.8" length
  • Hand-wash only||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|tsoilst1||item-1||solidtemplate||rustremovers||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/camelia-oil-94.png||||||Chefknivestogo Camellia Oil 118ml||Camellia||specials > linecooks > shac > rustremovers > ||Resources > For Professionals > Sharpening Accessories > Rust Removers > ||14.250||14.250 ||||||
    Average rating is 4.8
    5.0
    By:  Alex
    Woodlands,TX
    sword oil,to protect carbon steel,does exactly that,good addition to anyone’s knife maintenance kit.
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    5.0
    By:  Rob Babcock
    Sioux Falls,SD
    Not a lot to say about this stuff. It’s oil! It does exactly what it’s supposed to without any off smells or toxic crap that can transfer to food. It’s kept all traces of patina off my new Tanaka Ao Ko nakiri...is that good or bad? :-)



    Also,cheaper than ordering from Japan! Thanks,Mark!
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    5.0
    By:  Rob Babcock
    Sioux Falls,SD
    I love this stuff. It keeps my Shiro knives blem free- a tall order! Very nice on my Ao Ko blades,too.



    Great stuff,especially for the money.
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    5.0
    By:  ER
    Louisville,KY
    Does what it’s supposed to do.

    I don’t know what I’d do without this stuff to keep my white #2 steel knives rust-free!
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    5.0
    By:  Mr.Magnus
    Sweden Stockholm
    This oil is great for knives. only oil you will ever need. and one of these bottels will last for a loooong time.
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    By:  Joe C
    Patchogue,NY
    All i can say is this product is quality,clean,oil. I use it on my straight razors and it protects great.
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    4.0
    By:  Joe C
    Patchogue,NY
    High quality,clean oil. Protects carbon steel straight razors very nicely.
    0.3
    5.0
    By:  Catherine
    Nashville,TN
    Great quality,no odor & a little bit goes a long way. FYI: I’m new to Japanese knives (bought 2 from here so far) & their maintenance,but the oil doesn’t feel sticky or watered down.

    I only got my gyuto 2 weeks ago & the oil 1 week ago & it’s holding up nicely so far & it doesn’t feel like it would expire anytime soon.



    Overall,I agree with the other reviews. It’s going to last a good,long time for me as a casual home cook.
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    5.0
    By:  Charles Bush
    Lexington,KY
    I ordered this alongside my first carbon Japanese kitchen knife. The oil was packed well (no spills,which is impressive since there is no "freshness seal" such as is ubiquitous on most other products of this type. Exactly as described,this is pure Tsubaki oil,completely unscented and thinner than your typical mineral oil. Good for anything knife related,it is very effective for honing on oil stones and works well as a handle oil too. The primary use of this oil,however,is as a rust preventative. I really can’t comment on this aspect much,only time (and a few humid summers) will really tell.



    In the end,the Tsubaki oil has proven indistinguishable from USP mineral oil in my use,aside from the slight difference in consistency,I am glad to have tried this product,but in the future,I will reserve this oil for occasional use until I can tell a difference.
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    ||0.250 ||||1||1||1||0||||||||This is used to help prevent rusting on carbon steel knives and tools and swords. It's been used for centuries in Japan and works well. This bottle has a fine spray top so it's easy to use. Simply spritz the knife and rub it over the blade with a paper towel.

    Virgin organic Camellia oil, commonly known as "tea seed oil", is a carrier vegetable oil extracted from the seeds of the Camellia oleifera evergreen plant. It is yellow in color with a light, nutty flavor. Camellia oil is the main cooking oil used in many Asian countries. It has fewer saturated fatty acids and more monounsaturated fatty acids than olive oil, has high levels of vitamin E and contains polyphenol antioxidants. Camellia oil is also used for cosmetic applications and is often used in soaps and creams. Because the oil is easily absorbed without a greasy feeling, it is often used to keep skin hydrated as well as condition and strengthen hair.

  • Item Weight: 4.9 ounces / 138g
  • Volume: 118ml
  • Used for preventing rust. Not for consumption.||||||||http://chefknivestogo.stores.turbify.net/tsoilst1.html||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|chdipa25mi||item-1||solidtemplate||dispandpa||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/chefknivestogo-diamond-paste-25-micron-64.png||||||Chefknivestogo Diamond Paste 0.25 Micron||CKTGPaste-25||specials > linecooks > shac > dispandpa > ||Resources > For Professionals > Sharpening Accessories > Diamond Sprays and Pastes > ||6.000||6.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Chefknivestogo Diamond Paste .25 Micron. This is the finest paste in our line and will put a wicked edge on your knife as a final finishing strop. Made with water-based diamond paste at .25 micron size, this item contains 5g of product and will last a long time since a little goes a long way.||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|chdipa5mi||item-1||solidtemplate||dispandpa||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/chefknivestogo-diamond-paste-5-micron-150.png||||||Chefknivestogo Diamond Paste 0.5 Micron||CKTGPaste-5||specials > linecooks > shac > dispandpa > ||Resources > For Professionals > Sharpening Accessories > Diamond Sprays and Pastes > ||6.000||6.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Chefknivestogo Diamond Paste .5 Micron is a new product made with 5 grams of water-based diamond paste at .5 micron. Easy to use and does a very nice job finishing your edges.||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|chdipa75mi||item-1||solidtemplate||dispandpa||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/chefknivestogo-diamond-paste-75-micron-64.png||||||Chefknivestogo Diamond Paste 0.75 Micron||CKTGPaste-75||specials > linecooks > shac > dispandpa > ||Resources > For Professionals > Sharpening Accessories > Diamond Sprays and Pastes > ||6.000||6.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Easy to use and priced low to help encourage you to try stropping. This paste contains .75 micron diamonds and is water-based. Just squeeze a small amount out and spread on your balsa or leather strop and let it dry for a few minutes. This paste lasts a long time so a little goes a long way. The syringe is filled with 5 grams of product.||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|chdipa1mi||item-1||solidtemplate||dispandpa||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/chefknivestogo-diamond-paste-1-micron-116.png||||||Chefknivestogo Diamond Paste 1 Micron||CKTGPaste-1||specials > linecooks > shac > dispandpa > ||Resources > For Professionals > Sharpening Accessories > Diamond Sprays and Pastes > ||6.000||6.000 ||||||||0.200 ||||1||1||1||0||||||||These are new, water-based diamond paste that works perfectly with our strops. The particular one is 5 grams and contains 1 micron diamond paste. To use squeeze out about 2 pea sized drops and spread on leather, balsa or any other strop material you want. Let it dry for about 5 minutes and then have at it.||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|chdipa3mi||item-1||solidtemplate||dispandpa||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/chefknivestogo-diamond-paste-3-micron-82.png||||||Chefknivestogo Diamond Paste 3 Micron||CKTGPaste-3||specials > linecooks > shac > dispandpa > ||Resources > For Professionals > Sharpening Accessories > Diamond Sprays and Pastes > ||6.000||6.000 ||||||||0.200 ||||1||1||1||0||||||||When you start getting into really fine finishing stones become prohibitively expensive. The Chefknivestogo Diamond Paste 3 Micron will give you great results when just a small amount is applied to your leather or balsa strop. Quick and easy and very effective. Give it a try.||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|chdipa5mi1||item-1||solidtemplate||strops||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/chefknivestogo-diamond-paste-5-micron-144.png||||||Chefknivestogo Diamond Paste 5 Micron||CKTGPaste-5Micron||specials > linecooks > shac > strops > ||Resources > For Professionals > Sharpening Accessories > Strops > ||6.000||6.000 ||||||||0.200 ||||1||1||1||0||||||||When you start getting into really fine finishing stones they become prohibitively expensive. The Chefknivestogo Diamond Paste 5 Micron will give you great results when just a small amount is applied to your leather or balsa strop. Quick and easy and very effective. Give it a try.||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|drizzlespoon||item-1||solidtemplate||spoons||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/drizzle-spoon-68.png||||||Chefknivestogo Drizzle Spoon ||Spoon-Drizzle||specials > linecooks > spoons > ||Resources > For Professionals > Spoons > ||9.950||9.950 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Introducing the Chefknivestogo Drizzle Spoon - a specially crafted culinary tool designed with a generously sized bowl and pour spout, allowing for precise and effortless saucing of plates. Made from premium stainless steel, the drizzle spoon's unique design offers enhanced control and measures 8" in length. Sold individually.||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|chfo1||link.||||||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/chefknivestogo-forum-57.png||||||Chefknivestogo Forum||||||||||||||||||||||0||0||0||0||||||||||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|chgooftw||item-1||solidtemplate||peelers||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/chefknivestogo-gold-offset-tweezers-145.png||||||Chefknivestogo Gold Offset Tweezers||GoldOffsetTweezers||specials > linecooks > peelers > ||Resources > For Professionals > Peelers & Tweezers > ||14.000||14.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||These tweezers are very popular with our professional cook customers and come in some nice colors. Our fine tip stainless tweezers are great for plating and handling delicate small ingredients.

  • Offset Fine Tip
  • 7.8" length
  • Hand-wash only||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|chknbox||item-1||solidtemplate||cktgswag||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/chefknivestogo-knife-box-76.png||||||Chefknivestogo Knife Box||CKTG-Knife-Box||specials > linecooks > cktgswag > ||Resources > For Professionals > Swag > ||4.950||4.950 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||This is a Chefknivestogo knife box that measures 2 3/4" x 15 3/4".||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|bladesaver105||item-1||solidtemplate||bladeguards||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/blade-saver-10-5-65.png||||||Chefknivestogo Knife Guard 10" (slim)||CKTGPlastic-10slim||specials > linecooks > bladeguards > ||Resources > For Professionals > Blade Guards > ||2.950||2.950 ||||||||0.200 ||||1||1||1||0||||||||This plastic knife guard fits small paring and petty knives. Measures 10" long or about 255mm. Also measures 1" wide. It's open on one side so you can easily slide the knife into the guard and it will hold it. This plastic is hard, food safe and durable. Great for taking your knives to work or protecting them when putting them in your drawer for quick and inexpensive storage. They're also dishwasher safe.||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|ck12blgusl||item-1||solidtemplate||bladeguards||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/cktg-12-blade-guard-slim-61.png||||||Chefknivestogo Knife Guard 12" (slim)||CKTGPlastic-12slim||specials > linecooks > bladeguards > ||Resources > For Professionals > Blade Guards > ||2.950||2.950 ||||||||0.300 ||||1||1||1||0||||||||This blade guard is made out of high grade plastic that is food safe, durable and dishwasher safe. Protect those blades and extend the life of your sharp edges when storing or transporting your knives. Measures 12.5" x 1".||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|ck5blgusl||item-1||solidtemplate||closeouts||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/cktg-5-blade-guard-slim-61.png||||||Chefknivestogo Knife Guard 4pc Set - Closeout||CKTGPlastic---SET||specials > closeouts > ||Resources > CKTG Close Outs > ||3.950||3.950 ||||||||0.200 ||||1||1||1||0||||||||This blade guard measures 5" x 1" and works well to protect your knives while storing them or transporting them to work. Made of high grade, food safe plastic that is dishwasher safe. Set includes:

  • 5" Guard
  • 6.5" Guard
  • 10" Guard
  • 12" Guard||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|kngu6s||item-1||solidtemplate||bladeguards||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/knife-guard-6-5-slim-65.png||||||Chefknivestogo Knife Guard 6.5" (slim) ||CKTGPlastic-6slim||specials > linecooks > bladeguards > ||Resources > For Professionals > Blade Guards > ||2.950||2.950 ||||||||0.200 ||||1||1||1||0||||||||This blade guard measures 6.5" or about 165mm and will fit most knives this size including long pettys, paring knives and utility knives. Also measures 1" wide. It's open on one side so you can easily slide the knife into the guard and it will hold it. This plastic is hard, food safe and durable. Great for taking your knives to work or protecting them when putting them in your drawer for quick and inexpensive storage. They're also dishwasher safe.||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|chladrsp||item-1||solidtemplate||spoons||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/chefknivestogo-large-drizzle-spoon-105.png||||||Chefknivestogo Large Drizzle Spoon||Spoon-LARGEDrizzle||specials > linecooks > spoons > ||Resources > For Professionals > Spoons > ||9.950||9.950 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Chefknivestogo Large Drizzle Spoon makes plating easy. Holds approximately 2 tbsp. Measures 9" in length.||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|cooftw||item-1||solidtemplate||peelers||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/colored-offset-tweezers-193.png||||||Chefknivestogo Rainbow Offset Tweezers||RainbowOffsetTweezers||specials > linecooks > peelers > ||Resources > For Professionals > Peelers & Tweezers > ||14.000||14.000 ||||||||0.300 ||||1||1||1||0||||||||These tweezers are very popular with our professional cook customers and come in some nice colors. Our fine tip stainless tweezers are great for plating and handling delicate small ingredients.

  • Offset Fine Tip
  • 7.8" length
  • Hand-wash only||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|chsh||item-1||solidtemplate||cktgswag||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/chefknivestogo-sharpie-122.png||||||Chefknivestogo Sharpie!||Sharpie||specials > linecooks > cktgswag > ||Resources > For Professionals > Swag > ||1.550||1.550 ||||||
    Average rating is 5
    5.0
    By:  Rob Babcock
    Sioux Falls,SD
    Okay,it’s just a Sharpie...but if you work in a kitchen you know Sharpies are like ciggies in prison! They’re cash money! ;-) And everyone will always try to swipe your pens and Sharpies,that’s just life in the kitchen. Well,no one I work with has the CKtG version! It’s like LoJack for your pens.



    Highly recommended.
    0.3
    5.0
    By:  steve
    fl.
    this pen is amazing! as soon as I opened the package,which came super fast by the way! my teeth were brighter,i felt taller,and my dog liked me! And above all people could read my spelling for the first time! Amazing! highly recommend.
    0.3
    ||0.250 ||||1||1||1||0||||||||Chefknivestogo Sharpie! We couldn't resist putting our logo on a sharpie. So many of our customers are pro cooks and culinary students and these markers are great to have at work or school.||||||||http://chefknivestogo.stores.turbify.net/chsh.html||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|wallet||item-1||solidtemplate||closeouts||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/chefknivestogo-slim-fit-leather-wallet-217.png||||||Chefknivestogo Slim Fit Leather Wallet Closeout||Wallet||specials > closeouts > ||Resources > CKTG Close Outs > ||4.950||9.950 ||4.950 ||||||0.200 ||||1||1||1||0||||||||This wallet is one of many items we are bringing in to add to our swag collection.

  • 100% Leather Exterior
  • Polyester lining
  • SLIM: Measuring just 3 1/8" x 4 7/16" x 1/9"
  • PLENTY OF ROOM: 8 slots
  • Embossed Chefknivestogo Logo on the Wallet
  • Gift box included||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|chsmhibo15x8||item-1||solidtemplate||booscutboar||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/chefknivestogo-small-hinoki-board-15-x-8-x-75-51.png||||||Chefknivestogo Small Hinoki Board 15" x 8" x.75"||Chefknivestogo-Hinoki||knife-accessories > booscutboar > ||Accessories > Cutting Boards > ||34.950||34.950 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Chefknivestogo Small Hinoki Board 15" x 8" x.75". We import this board from Japan. Made from high-quality Hinoki wood, this board is perfect for making a quick sandwich or salad. Light and easy to store.||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|links||item.||solidtemplate||||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/online-cutlery-store-45.png||||||Chefknivestogo Specials||||||||||||||||||||||0||1||0||0||||spor6da sandflex3pack yayugy21 tsauhadastkn haasshdaki24 ||||Welcome to our online cutlery store. Chef Knives To Go sells a wide selection of kitchen knives, sharpeners, and cutting boards.||||Chef Knives||||http://chefknivestogo.stores.turbify.net/links.html||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|chlost||item-1||solidtemplate||cktgswag||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/chefknivestogo-logo-sticker-115.png||||||Chefknivestogo Sticker 5"||ChefknivestogoLogoSticer||specials > linecooks > cktgswag > ||Resources > For Professionals > Swag > ||0.990||0.990 ||||||||0.000 ||||1||1||1||0||||||||Chefknivestogo Logo Sticker. Measures 5" Long by 1.5" tall.||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|chtsh||item-1||solidtemplate||cktgswag||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/chefknivestogo-t-shirt-108.png||||||Chefknivestogo T-Shirt||T-Shirt||specials > linecooks > cktgswag > ||Resources > For Professionals > Swag > ||14.950||14.950 ||||||
    Average rating is 5
    5.0
    By:  Marcel Biesenbeek
    Hoofddorp,The Netherlands
    Cool shirt,nice logo,proud to wear it!
    0.3
    ||0.300 ||||1||1||1||0||||||||Show your colors and your love for all things sharp with the new CKTG T- Shirt.

    The shirt is made from high quality, comfortable cotton/poly blend, fine knit jersey. It is designed with a full cut to provide a roomier fit and features double stitched sleeves and bottom hem for durability. The ribbed crew neck collar keeps its shape wash after wash. And the taped neck and shoulders add strength. It also features a tear away tag for added comfort.

    The shirt is printed with our new logo on the front pocket area and a crossed knives design featuring our “Stay Sharp” motto in full size on the back.

    These shirts are super soft and easy to wear. They make great gifts for your knife-crazy spouse or friend. Or buy one for yourself and prove to the world you are a knife nut!

    Stay sharp my friends!||"Size" "Small" "Medium" "Large" "X Large" "XX Large" "XXX Large"||||||http://chefknivestogo.stores.turbify.net/chtsh.html||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|chrese||item-1||solidtemplate||knshse||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/chip-repair-service-60.png||||||Chip/Tip Repair Service||Chips||knife-accessories > knshse > ||Accessories > Knife Sharpening Service > ||34.950||34.950 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Here is how to use our chip repair service:

  • 1. Order 1 service per knife.
  • 2. Ship well packaged knife to:

    Chefknivestogo

    5980 Executive Dr Ste D

    Fitchburg, WI 53719



  • 3. We'll do the work and mail them back within 2 business days.
  • 4. If you place an order with multiple items AND this service we will wait and ship everything back to you together.



    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|chkiknfa||item.||solidtemplate||white2steel||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/chopper-king-knife-factory-46.png||||||Chopper King||||shopbysteel > white2steel > ||Shop by Steel > White #2 Steel > ||||||||||||||||0||1||0||0||||knkish2cl taknkiau chkiaubokn14 chkiw2smsl chkivgsmsl21 chkiaumivesl chkicacr21 chkibigtube chkikish chkismkisc ||||New for 2022. Chopper King Knife Factory is based in Taiwan and imports their steel from Japan so they have excellent steel with great prices.||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|chkiaubokn14||item-1||solidtemplate||boning-knives||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/chopper-king-aus10-boning-knife-145mm-222.png||||||Chopper King AUS10 Boning Knife 145mm||CK-AUS10-Honesuki||resources > boning-knives > ||Knife Types > Boning Knives > ||30.000||30.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Chopper King AUS10 Boning Knife 145mm. This is a nice, handy boning knife at a good price using very good AUS10 stainless steel.

  • Weight: 3.8 oz (110 g)
  • Blade Length: 144 mm
  • Total Length: 282 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 2.0 mm
  • Blade Height: 39.2 mm
  • Steel Type: AUS10 Stainless Steel
  • Blade Grind: Right-Handed||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|taknkiau||item-1||solidtemplate||chkiknfa||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/taiwan-knife-king-aus10-69.png||||||Chopper King AUS10 Cleaver 210mm||CK-AUS10-Cleaver||shopbysteel > white2steel > chkiknfa > ||Shop by Steel > White #2 Steel > Chopper King > ||60.000||60.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||We have a large variety of Chinese knives but most of them are made with carbon steel and have reactive iron cladding. A long-time customer recently introduced these to me and I’ve been pleasantly surprised with this excellent AUS10 stainless steel knife from Chopper Knife King in Taiwan. The edge length on this one is 210mm and the thickness is 1.5mm at the middle of the spine and about 3mm over the heel. They come with a good out-of-the-box edge and a pretty darn good fit and finish.

  • Maker: Chopper King
  • Location: Taiwan
  • Steel: AUS10 Stainless Steel (From Japan)
  • Cladding: Stainless
  • Construction: San Mai, Hammer Forged
  • Weight: 12.4 oz (352 g)
  • Blade Length: 210 mm
  • Blade Height at Base: 105mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 3 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Middle: 1.5 mm
  • Handle: Bubinga, Clear Coat Finished

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|chkiaumivesl||item-1||solidtemplate||chkiknfa||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/chopper-king-aus10-mini-veggie-slicer-115.png||||||Chopper King AUS10 Small Veggie Slicer 170mm||CK-AUS10-MINIVEG||shopbysteel > white2steel > chkiknfa > ||Shop by Steel > White #2 Steel > Chopper King > ||50.000||50.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Chopper King AUS10 Mini Veggie Slicer. This is a sweet knife. It's kind of a mini cleaver/ bunka knife with nice belly for quick tasks while working on a cutting board. It has nice knuckle clearance and uses good quality Japanese AUS10 steel.

  • Maker: Chopper King
  • Location: Taiwan
  • Construction: Hammer Forged, San Mai
  • Weight: 5oz / 144g
  • Blade Length: 171mm
  • Total Length: 270mm
  • Spine Thickness: 2mm
  • Blade Height: 54mm
  • Edge Steel: AUS10
  • Handle: Maple

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|chkibigtube||item-1||solidtemplate||cleavers||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/chopper-king-big-tuna-belly-97.png||||||Chopper King Blue #1 Big Tuna 280mm ||CK-B1-BigTuna||resources > cleavers > ||Knife Types > Cleavers > ||150.000||150.000 ||||||||4.000 ||||1||1||1||0||||||||Chopper King Big Tuna Belly. Besides breaking down huge fish this knife would make a great conversation starter at a BBQ cook-off.

  • Blacksmith: Chopper King
  • Location: Taiwan
  • Construction: Hammer Forged, San Mai
  • Steel: Takefu Steel V-toku1 (Blue #1)
  • HRC: 64
  • Cladding: Stainless
  • Weight: 2 lbs 11 oz (1.2 kg)
  • Edge Length: 285 mm
  • Total Length: 350 mm
  • Spine Thickness: 4.6 mm
  • Blade Height at Tallest Point: 190mm



    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|chkikish||item-1||solidtemplate||addonitems||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/chopper-king-kitchen-shears-41.png||||||Chopper King Kitchen Shears||CK-Green||knife-accessories > addonitems > ||Accessories > Add On Items > ||14.950||14.950 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Introducing the Chopper King Kitchen Shears, your new go-to tool from Taiwan for culinary precision and convenience. Crafted with exceptional quality, these shears are designed to handle everything from snipping fresh herbs to cutting through tough meat and poultry. With ergonomic handles that provide a comfortable grip and blades forged from high-grade stainless steel, they ensure a clean cut every time. Whether you're a professional chef or a home cooking enthusiast, the Chopper King Kitchen Shears will make food preparation effortless and more enjoyable. It measures 210mm from tip to the end of the handle with 80mm blade length. They weigh 5.3 oz or 150g.||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|chkicacr21||item-1||solidtemplate||cleavers||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/chopper-king-carbon-cruiser-210mm-69.png||||||Chopper King Orca K5 Funayuki 210mm||CK-K5-Orca||resources > cleavers > ||Knife Types > Cleavers > ||39.950||39.950 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||
  • Product Name: Chopper King Orca
  • Location: Taiwan
  • Construction: San Mai, Hammer Forged
  • Steel: K5 Carbon Steel (It will rust if you don't wipe it dry)
  • Type: General Purpose / Fish Knife
  • Weight: 373g
  • Overall length: 348mm
  • Blade length: 229mm
  • Blade width: 78mm
  • Blade thickness: 3mm
  • Grip length: 119mm

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|chkismkisc||item-1||solidtemplate||kitchen-shears||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/chopper-king-small-kitchen-scissors-29.png||||||Chopper King Small Kitchen Scissors||CK-Small-Purple||specials > linecooks > kitchen-shears > ||Resources > For Professionals > Kitchen Shears > ||12.950||12.950 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Discover the versatility of Chopper King Kitchen Scissors, your go-to stainless steel shears for a multitude of household tasks. With ergonomic handles and an ideal size of 6.5"L x 3.25"W, they offer comfort and efficiency for everything from cutting herbs to opening packages. Proudly crafted in Taiwan by Chopper King, these scissors are designed to elevate your kitchen experience.||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|chkivgsmsl21||item-1||solidtemplate||cleavers||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/chopper-king-vg10-small-slicer-210mm-123.png||||||Chopper King VG10 Small Slicer 205mm ||CK-VG10-SS||resources > cleavers > ||Knife Types > Cleavers > ||75.000||75.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Chopper King VG10 Small Slicer. Better steel, a better handle, and a lower price than many Chinese knives on the market. They import high grade VG10 stainless steel from Japan which makes a big difference. The knife now has the same profile as the CCK1303 and it now fits our cleaver saya as of 2023.

  • Maker: Chopper King
  • Location: Taiwan
  • Construction: Hammer Forged, San Mai
  • Edge Steel: VG10 Stainless Steel from Japan
  • HRC: 60-61
  • Weight: 10.6 oz (300 g)
  • Blade Length: 205 mm
  • Blade Height Middle: 88.5mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 3 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Middle: 1.7 mm
  • Blade Height: 91 mm
  • Handle: Bubinga, Round

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|knkish2cl||item-1||solidtemplate||chkiknfa||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/knife-king-shirogami-2-cleaver-75.png||||||Chopper King White #2 Cleaver 215mm||CK-W2-Cleaver||shopbysteel > white2steel > chkiknfa > ||Shop by Steel > White #2 Steel > Chopper King > ||60.000||60.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Chopper Knife King in Taiwan is making some interesting knives and once again CKTG is the first dealer in the USA to bring them to you. This slicing knife is made with White #2 carbon steel imported from Japan. Compared to some similar cleavers we've sold in the past like Shi Ba Zi they're in a different league. The knives come with surprisingly decent out-of-the-box edge and pretty darn good fit and finish. We think they're excellent values for the price.

    *Our cleaver saya does not fit this cleaver due to the height of the blade.

  • Maker: Chopper King
  • Location: Taiwan
  • Steel: Shirogami #2 (White #2)
  • Cladding: Stainless
  • Weight: 11.5 oz (326 g)
  • Blade Length: 215 mm
  • Total Length: 325 mm
  • Blade Height at Base: 105 mm
  • Blade Height at Middle: 110 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 5.0 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Middle: 1.7 mm
  • Handle: Oak, Clear Coat Finished

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|chkiw2smsl||item-1||solidtemplate||cleavers||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/chopper-king-w-2-small-slicer-126.png||||||Chopper King White #2 Small Slicer 205mm||CK-W2-SS||resources > cleavers > ||Knife Types > Cleavers > ||60.000||60.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Chopper King White #2 Small Slicer. Better steel, better handle, lower price than many Chinese knives on the market. They import high-grade White #2 carbon steel from Japan which makes a big difference.

  • Maker: Chopper King
  • Location: Taiwan
  • Construction: Hammer Forged, San Mai
  • Edge Steel: White #2 Carbon Steel from Japan
  • Cladding: Stainless Steel
  • HRC: 60-61
  • Weight: 10.7 oz (304 g)
  • Blade Length: 205 mm
  • Total Length: 318 mm
  • Height at the Heel: 85.5mm
  • Height at the Middle: 88.5mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 3 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Middle: 1.7 mm
  • Handle: Maple

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|moribashi||item.||solidtemplate||knife-accessories||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/moribashi-chop-sticks-50.png||||||Chopsticks||||knife-accessories > ||Accessories > ||||||||||||||||0||1||0||0||||jachstset jawoch bachset pochho jawoch22 jasisach24 ||||Here is our complete selection of chopsticks and accessories.||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|chosera-stones||item.||solidtemplate||sharpening-stones||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/chosera-stones-65.png||||||Chosera Stones||||specials > linecooks > sharpening-stones > ||Resources > For Professionals > Sharpening Stones > ||||||||||||||||1||1||0||0||||ch400grstwib ch600grstba ch800grstba nach10grwast nach200grshs ch3grstba nach50grwast nach10supowa nastho anguforshst adwasibr ||||Chosera Sharpening Stones are considered the best commercial stones on the market today. We carry the baseless version so the stone can be used on both sides.||||||||http://chefknivestogo.stores.turbify.net/chosera-stones.html||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|ck1kdiplfore||item-1||solidtemplate||closeouts||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/cktg-1k-diamond-plate-for-ep-159.png||||||CKTG 1,000 Grit Diamond Plate for Edge Pro Close Out||CKTG1000EdgePro||specials > closeouts > ||Resources > CKTG Close Outs > ||7.950||7.950 ||||||||0.270 ||||1||1||1||0||||||||These diamond plates have the advantage of not dishing and cutting every type of knife steel on the market. We are attaching the edge pro base plates so they're ready to use on the machine.||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|80grdiplfore||item-1||solidtemplate||edproac||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/80-grit-diamond-plate-for-the-edge-pro-124.png||||||CKTG 120 Grit Diamond Plate for the Edge Pro||CKTG120EdgePro||specials > linecooks > sharpening-stones > edgepro > edproac > ||Resources > For Professionals > Sharpening Stones > Edge Pro > Edge Pro Accessories > ||9.950||9.950 ||||

  • 120 Grit Diamond Plate for the EP: 152.5 micron average
  • 400 Grit Diamond Plate for the EP: 52.5 micron average
  • 1,000 Grit Diamond Plate for the EP 15 micron average||||0.150 ||||1||1||1||0||||||||120 Grit Diamond Plate for the Edge Pro (152.5 micron average). These plates work great, don't dish, and cut just about every knife steel on the market. Fits the Edge Pro. Comes with the base plate attached so it's ready to use out of the box. Remember this stone is only 23mm x 155mm and is designed for use with the Edge Pro Machine.||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|140grdistflp||item-1||solidtemplate||dmt||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/140-grit-diamond-stone-flattening-plate-66.png||||||CKTG 140 Grit Diamond Flattening Plate 3"x8"||BIG140DiamondPlate||specials > linecooks > sharpening-stones > dmt > ||Resources > For Professionals > Sharpening Stones > Diamond Plates & Products > ||29.950||29.950 ||||||
    Average rating is 4.3
    5.0
    By:  C Flanagan
    Chico,CA
    Excellent value. I have two,one for knife repair and one for flattening/ slurry.

    It’s performed fantastically for tip repair. Cuts very quickly,with a decently even scratch pattern. By the same key,it brings up swarf instantly on a moderately hard stone.

    Each plate did have one tiny flaw,a raised bit at some point along the edge. It’s not a dealbreaker (I filed it right off) but it will need to be addressed before flattening finer stones. For the price,I think it’s perfectly acceptable.
    0.3
    5.0
    By:  ER
    Louisville,KY
    Will flatten a stone in minutes as well as being excellent for knife repair.

    An all around great value,and a must have for anyone serious about keeping there stones flat.
    0.3
    4.0
    By:  Chris Miller
    NC
    Very similar to DMT,only a hair narrower. Works fast,great value. A must have.
    0.3
    5.0
    By:  M
    Vail,CO
    Flattens quickly and works up a slurry instantly. Great value and something everyone needs to accompany their stones.
    0.3
    3.0
    By:  Jake Mitchell
    Perth,Western Australia
    The stone itself is gritty,but it arrived in a severely warped state sadly (each side was ~2mm higher than the center in a U shape)



    Just posting this review so people know that there is the chance that this diamond plate can arrive in an unusable state for stone flattening.



    I would suggest paying the extra for a DMT or,the one up from that’s name escapes me for the moment. Especially if you live overseas like I do.
    0.3
    4.0
    By:  jason t
    osage beach,mo
    this plate works great to flatten stones. just used it on 3 shapton pros and no worries. dont be scared because of the low price its another great value
    0.3
    ||3.000 ||||1||1||1||0||||||||CKTG 140 Grit Diamond Stone Flattening Plate. This one measures 8" x 2.75". These make short work flattening your sharpening stones. They also work well for chamfering the edges of your stones or for quick metal removal. We recommend splashing water on your plate and stone and then marking the stone with a pencil and rub them together to remove all the pencil marks. A quick 15 seconds before you start sharpening is all it takes to keep your stones flat and in optimal condition for sharpening.

    ||||||||http://chefknivestogo.stores.turbify.net/140grdistflp.html||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|ck400grdiplf||item-1||solidtemplate||edproac||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/cktg-400-grit-diamond-plate-for-edge-pro-123.png||||||CKTG 400 Grit Diamond Plate for the Edge Pro||CKTG400EdgePro||specials > linecooks > sharpening-stones > edgepro > edproac > ||Resources > For Professionals > Sharpening Stones > Edge Pro > Edge Pro Accessories > ||9.950||9.950 ||||

  • 400 Grit Diamond Plate for the EP: 52.5 micron average
  • 1,000 Grit Diamond Plate for the EP 15 micron average||||0.140 ||||1||1||1||0||||||||CKTG 400 Grit Diamond Plate for Edge Pro. These diamond plates are glued onto a base Edge Pro plate for easy use on the machine. Diamond plates work great on the edge pro because they don't dish and cut just about any steel. This one is 400 grit (52 average micron) and is excellent for refining your edge and removing metal quickly before moving up to higher grit stones. Measures 155mm x 25mm x 1.75mm and weighs 1.4oz. We are attaching the base plate to these so it's ready to use. The height of the stone is 8.5mm with the base attached.||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|knifebag||item-1||solidtemplate||knifeholders||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/knife-bag-82.png||||||CKTG 8pc Knife Bag||CKTG-KNIFE-BAG||knife-accessories > knifeholders > ||Accessories > Knife Storage > ||19.950||19.950 ||||||||1.000 ||||1||1||1||0||||||||The Chefknivestogo Knife Bag has pockets to hold 8 knives and also has a net mesh bag and some pen holders. This knife bag allows you to carry your knives to work or school. Made of durable Cordura, this knife roll has tri-fold construction which allows the bag to fold up easily. The size of the bag is Size 19.5 inches x 17 inches and weighs 14.3oz and made of durable nylon. Please use blade protectors when using a soft bag like this. The handles go in the pockets not the blades. Otherwise, you can injure yourself or others.||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|anguforshst||item-1||solidtemplate||chosera-stones||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/angle-guides-for-sharpening-stones-66.png||||||CKTG Angle Guides For Sharpening Stones||blueangleguides||specials > linecooks > sharpening-stones > chosera-stones > ||Resources > For Professionals > Sharpening Stones > Chosera Stones > ||13.900||13.900 ||||||||0.200 ||||1||1||1||0||||||||Angle Guides For Sharpening Stones. The number one question we get from first time sharpeners is "how do I find the correct angle?" These little angle guides sit on the stone to give you a very clear idea of what angle to use without getting in the way of sharpening the knife like the clip on angle guides have trouble with. Simply select the angle guide you want to use, place it on the stone and secure it with a rubber band and place the knife on it to establish the angle.

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|ckbesc||item-1||solidtemplate||chefsets||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/cktg-bench-scraper-85.png||||||CKTG Bench Scraper Sale!||Bench-Scraper||specials > linecooks > chefsets > ||Resources > For Professionals > Chef Equipment > ||5.950||7.950 ||5.950 ||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||This go-to pastry chef's tool helps scrape flour and dough from work surfaces, simplifies lifting and turning rolled-out pastry, and efficiently sections yeast dough. Measurement markings etched into the blade make it easy to gauge accurately before cutting. Great for lifting ingredients off the board too.||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|ckblceshrod||item-1||solidtemplate||knbugu||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/cktg-black-ceramic-sharpening-rod-78.png||||||CKTG Black Ceramic Sharpening Rod 270mm Sale||CKTGBlack||specials > knbugu > ||Resources > Best Sellers > ||34.950||49.950 ||34.950 ||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Introducing the CKTG Black Ceramic Sharpening Rod. We think this rod is superior to the Idahone fine ceramic rod that we also sell for most pro users and culinary students. The primary improvement is that the rod uses higher quality ceramic material with 8 Mohs hardness and it's also nice and straight. The usable rod measures 270mm. The overall length is approximately 400mm and the rod itself has a 16mm diameter. The handle is made from high-impact plastic that is light and durable and has a nice ring on the end for hanging if you desire. Grit level on this rod is 2K and will put a nice edge on your knives quickly and effectively.

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|blfekngu271||item-1||solidtemplate||bladeguards||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/cktg-black-felt-knife-guard-270mm-10-5-61.png||||||CKTG Black Felt Knife Guard 10.5" / 266mm||CKTGFelt-10wide||specials > linecooks > bladeguards > ||Resources > For Professionals > Blade Guards > ||4.950||4.950 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Black Felt Knife Guard 266mm (10.5"). This Chefknivestogo black felt lined knife guard will fit most large gyutos up to 266mm in length. The guard is 55mm tall or just over 2".

    The Chefknivestogo black felt blade guards are sturdy black plastic on the outside and soft felt-lined on the inside. They're easy to slide onto your knife to protect you and your knives. These guards will help keep your knives sharp when storing them in your knife bag or kitchen drawer. Stay Sharp!

    Important! Please dry your knives thoroughly before putting them into these guards. Otherwise, you may trap the water in the guard and it will rust your knives.

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|ckblfekngu30||item-1||solidtemplate||ki24andab||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/cktg-black-felt-knife-guard-300mm-11-75-70.png||||||CKTG Black Felt Knife Guard 11.75" / 295mm||CKTGFelt-11wide||resources > kiritsukeknife > ki24andab > ||Knife Types > Kiritsukes > Kiritsukes 240mm and Above > ||4.950||4.950 ||||||||0.200 ||||1||1||1||0||||||||CKTG Black Felt Knife Guard 295mm (11.75") x 2.25" (57mm).

    The Chefknivestogo black felt blade guards are sturdy black plastic on the outside and soft felt lined on the inside. They're easy to slide onto your knife to protect you and your knives. These guards will help keep your knives sharp when storing them in your knife bag or kitchen drawer. Stay Sharp!

    Important! Please dry your knives thoroughly before putting them into these guards. Otherwise, you may trap the water in the guard and it will rust your knives.

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|ckblfekngu90||item-1||solidtemplate||bladeguards||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/cktg-black-felt-knife-guard-90mm-3-75-72.png||||||CKTG Black Felt Knife Guard 3.75" / 95mm ||CKTGFelt-3slim||specials > linecooks > bladeguards > ||Resources > For Professionals > Blade Guards > ||3.950||3.950 ||||||||0.100 ||||1||1||1||0||||||||CKTG Black Felt Knife Guard 90mm (3.75"). This Chefknivestogo black felt lined knife guard will fit kogatanas, paring knives or petty knives up to 3.75" or 90mm in length. The guard is 1.25" tall or just over 32mm.

    The Chefknivestogo black felt blade guards are sturdy black plastic on the outside and soft felt-lined on the inside. They're easy to slide onto your knife to protect you and your knives. These guards will help keep your knives sharp when storing them in your knife bag or kitchen drawer. Please make sure you dry your knives thoroughly after washing and before you place them into the guard. Stay Sharp!

    Important! Please dry your knives thoroughly before putting them into these guards. Otherwise, you may trap the water in the guard and it will rust your knives.

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|ckblfekngu13||item-1||solidtemplate||bladeguards||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/cktg-black-felt-knife-guard-130mm-3-51.png||||||CKTG Black Felt Knife Guard 4.5" / 120mm||CKTGFelt-4slim||specials > linecooks > bladeguards > ||Resources > For Professionals > Blade Guards > ||3.950||3.950 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||The Chefknivestogo black felt blade guards are sturdy black plastic on the outside and soft felt-lined on the inside. They're easy to slide onto your knife to protect you and your knives. These guards will help keep your knives sharp when storing them in your knife bag or kitchen drawer. This guard measures 120mm (4.75") long by 25mm (just under 1") tall. Please put the guard on with the spine exposed and the edge covered. See photo #2. Stay Sharp!

    Important! Please dry your knives thoroughly before putting them into these guards. Otherwise, you may trap the water in the guard and it will rust your knives.

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|ckblfekngu27||item-1||solidtemplate||bladeguards||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/cktg-black-felt-knife-guard-270mm-6-53.png||||||CKTG Black Felt Knife Guard 5.5" / 150mm||CKTGFelt-5slim||specials > linecooks > bladeguards > ||Resources > For Professionals > Blade Guards > ||3.950||3.950 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||The Chefknivestogo black felt blade guards are sturdy black plastic on the outside and soft felt-lined on the inside. They're easy to slide onto your knife to protect you and your knives. These guards will help keep your knives sharp when storing them in your knife bag or kitchen drawer. This guard measures 150mm (6") long by 25mm (just under 1") tall. Please put the guard on with the spine exposed and the edge covered. See photo #2. Stay Sharp!

    Important! Please dry your knives thoroughly before putting them into these guards. Otherwise, you may trap the water in the guard and it will rust your knives.

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|ckblfekngu6||item-1||solidtemplate||bladeguards||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/cktg-black-felt-knife-guard-6-76.png||||||CKTG Black Felt Knife Guard 6" / 160mm||CKTGFelt-6slim||specials > linecooks > bladeguards > ||Resources > For Professionals > Blade Guards > ||3.950||3.950 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||The Chefknivestogo black felt blade guards are sturdy black plastic on the outside and soft felt-lined on the inside. They're easy to slide onto your knife to protect you and your knives. These guards will help keep your knives sharp when storing them in your knife bag or kitchen drawer. This guard measures 160mm (6.25") long by 33mm (1.25") tall. Please put the guard on with the spine exposed and the edge covered. See photo #2. Stay Sharp!

    Important! Please dry your knives thoroughly before putting them into these guards. Otherwise, you may trap the water in the guard and it will rust your knives.

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|blackfelt7||item-1||solidtemplate||bladeguards||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/black-felt-7-75.png||||||CKTG Black Felt Knife Guard 7" /177mm||CKTGFelt-7wide||specials > linecooks > bladeguards > ||Resources > For Professionals > Blade Guards > ||4.950||4.950 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||CKTG Black Felt Guard 7". This guard measures 180mm (about 7") by 50mm (2") and can accommodate many of our santoku, bunka, and nakiri knives.

    The Chefknivestogo black felt blade guards are sturdy black plastic on the outside and soft felt-lined on the inside. They're easy to slide onto your knife to protect you and your knives. These guards will help keep your knives sharp when storing them in your knife bag or kitchen drawer. Stay Sharp!

    Important! Please dry your knives thoroughly before putting them into these guards. Otherwise, you may trap the water in the guard and it will rust your knives.

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|ckblfekngu22||item-1||solidtemplate||bladeguards||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/cktg-black-felt-knife-guard-220mm-61.png||||||CKTG Black Felt Knife Guard 8" / 220mm||CKTGFelt-8wide||specials > linecooks > bladeguards > ||Resources > For Professionals > Blade Guards > ||4.950||4.950 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Black Felt Knife Guard 220mm (8.5"). This Chefknivestogo black felt lined knife guard will fit large gyutos up to 220mm in length. The guard is 50mm tall (2").

    The Chefknivestogo black felt blade guards are sturdy black plastic on the outside and soft felt-lined on the inside. They're easy to slide onto your knife to protect you and your knives. These guards will help keep your knives sharp when storing them in your knife bag or kitchen drawer. Stay Sharp!

    Important! Please dry your knives thoroughly before putting them into these guards. Otherwise, you may trap the water in the guard and it will rust your knives.

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|ckblblgu925s||item-1||solidtemplate||closeouts||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/cktg-black-blade-guards-9-75-250mm-sale-53.png||||||CKTG Black Felt Knife Guard set 9.75" / 250mm Sale||10-Pack||specials > closeouts > ||Resources > CKTG Close Outs > ||24.950||50.000 ||24.950 ||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Save 50% on this 10 Pack of CKTG Black Blade Guards. They measure 9.75" x 2" or 250mm x 50mm.

    Please make sure to put the blade guards on the right way with the spine exposed and the edge covered. See photo #2.
    Important! Please dry your knives thoroughly before putting them into these guards. Otherwise, you may trap the water in the guard and it will rust your knives.

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|smallbunkasaya||item-1||solidtemplate||othersayas||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/small-bunka-saya-152.png||||||CKTG Bunka Saya ||CKTGSaya-Bunka||specials > linecooks > sayas > othersayas > ||Resources > For Professionals > Sayas > CKTG Sayas > ||35.000||35.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||It is best to buy a knife and saya at the same time so we can ensure a good fit. If you’re buying a saya separately, we will need to know which knife you’re buying it for. Please let us know in the Comments section of your shopping cart.

    If a knife has a compatible saya, it is shown and linked on the knife’s page. If no saya is shown, then we do NOT have a saya that fits, in which case we recommend a felt blade guard.

    We do not sell sayas for knives we do not carry on the website.

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|cubophpr||item-1||solidtemplate||closeouts||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/cutting-board-photo-prop-193.png||||||CKTG Butter Spreader Sale||CKTG-Butter-Spreader-Wood-Handle||specials > closeouts > ||Resources > CKTG Close Outs > ||3.950||4.950 ||3.950 ||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||CKTG Butter Spreader. Perfect for line cooks or other professionals. Works great for plating small items. It can also be used for spreading butter or icing. Measures 8.5".||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|ckcbnsp05mi||item-1||solidtemplate||strops||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/cktg-cbn-spray-0-5-micron-290.png||||||CKTG CBN Spray 0.5 Micron||CKTG-CBN5||specials > linecooks > shac > strops > ||Resources > For Professionals > Sharpening Accessories > Strops > ||19.950||19.950 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||This 0.50-micron emulsion is 32,000 grit. CBN is the next hardest thing to diamond, but the cutting action is quicker, and it gives me incredibly sharp edges. This spray has 10 Carats of CBN 0.5 micron powder in each bottle and is our go-to strop compound for finishing the edges in our sharpening shop. It works on a wide variety of substrates, our favorite being roo leather.

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|ckcbnsp1mi||item-1||solidtemplate||drmastpr||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/cktg-cbn-spray-1-micron-142.png||||||CKTG CBN Spray 1 Micron||CKTG-CBN1||specials > drmastpr > ||Resources > Dr Matt's Straight Razor > ||19.950||19.950 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||This 1-micron emulsion is 16,000 grit. CBN is the next hardest thing to diamond, but the cutting action is quicker, and it gives me incredibly sharp edges. This spray has 10 Carats of CBN 1 micron powder in each bottle and is our go-to strop emulsion for finishing the edges in our sharpening shop. It works on a wide variety of substrates, our favorite being roo leather.||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|facck13clsa||item-1||solidtemplate||othersayas||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/fanatic-cck-1303-cleaver-saya-92.png||||||CKTG Cleaver Saya||CKTGSaya-Cleaver||specials > linecooks > sayas > othersayas > ||Resources > For Professionals > Sayas > CKTG Sayas > ||35.000||35.000 ||||||

    Average rating is 5
    5.0
    By:  mr.magnus
    Stockholm
    Great saya fits my Richmond fanatic 2 great!
    0.3
    ||||||1||1||1||0||||||||It is best to buy a knife and saya at the same time so we can ensure a good fit. If you’re buying a saya separately, we will need to know which knife you’re buying it for. Please let us know in the Comments section of your shopping cart.

    If a knife has a compatible saya, it is shown and linked on the knife’s page. If no saya is shown, then we do NOT have a saya that fits, in which case we recommend a felt blade guard.

    We do not sell sayas for knives we do not carry on the website.

    ||||||||http://chefknivestogo.stores.turbify.net/facck13clsa.html||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|closeouts||item.||solidtemplate||specials||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/close-outs-117.png||||||CKTG Close Outs||||specials > ||Resources > ||||||||||||||||0||1||0||0||||kastforedpro1 yabl2na16sco koaosugy24gr1 dalespstkn11 3pisaseset kugibu16cu dalespho2n dalespsa17fi todpvgpe13 kobl2kubu17f iswh2bu18se fufkhcape12 fufkhcagy27 tagrchswstgy6 wallet ck5blgusl nast10mi yasttr toshackit oysterknife ckroost3xse1 ckroost3xse shglst8k2mfo cubophpr ckblblgu925s shpr8kforedp shpr15kfored ck1kdiplfore wokynopad6x4 wokynopa cutofflestsq ck2stknsh ||||Welcome to the CKTG close-out page. We put sale items in this section, seconds, closeouts, and discontinued merchandise. Check back since this list will change often. NO RETURNS ON ITEMS IN THIS SECTION.||||||||http://chefknivestogo.stores.turbify.net/closeouts.html||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|ckcodipl40||item-1||solidtemplate||drmastpr||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/cktg-combination-diamond-plate-400-1-000-151.png||||||CKTG Combination Diamond Plate 400/1,000||diamond-combo-plate||specials > drmastpr > ||Resources > Dr Matt's Straight Razor > ||29.950||29.950 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||The CKTG 400/1,000 grit combination diamond plate has a unique diamond pattern that helps keep the surface cutting quickly and consistently. This plate has 400 grit on one side and 1,000 grit on the other. It also includes a free rubber base that holds the stone firmly in place while you're sharpening or flattening other water stones. Size of this plate is 8" x 2.75”.

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|tadesa16||item-1||solidtemplate||othersayas||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/takayuki-deba-saya-165mm-118.png||||||CKTG Deba Saya 165mm||CKTGSAYA-DEBA165||specials > linecooks > sayas > othersayas > ||Resources > For Professionals > Sayas > CKTG Sayas > ||35.000||35.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||CKTG Deba Saya 165mm. Fits most of our 165mm Debas.

    **It is best to buy a knife and saya at the same time so we can ensure a good fit. If you’re buying a saya separately, we will need to know which knife you’re buying it for. Please let us know in the Comments section of your shopping cart.

    If a knife has a compatible saya, it is shown and linked on the knife’s page. If no saya is shown, then we do NOT have a saya that fits, in which case we recommend a felt blade guard.

    We do not sell sayas for knives we do not carry on the website. **
    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|ckde18sa||item-1||solidtemplate||othersayas||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/cktg-deba-180mm-saya-75.png||||||CKTG Deba Saya 180mm||CKTGSaya-Deba180||specials > linecooks > sayas > othersayas > ||Resources > For Professionals > Sayas > CKTG Sayas > ||35.000||35.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||This saya was designed to fit a thick-spined deba, so it will be too big to fit a thinner knife of similar length.

    It is best to buy a knife and saya at the same time so we can ensure a good fit. If you’re buying a saya separately, we will need to know which knife you’re buying it for. Please let us know in the Comments section of your shopping cart.

    If a knife has a compatible saya, it is shown and linked on the knife’s page. If no saya is shown, then we do NOT have a saya that fits, in which case we recommend a felt blade guard.

    We do not sell sayas for knives we do not carry on the website.

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|ckdest3x||item-1||solidtemplate||strops||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/cktg-denim-strop-3x8-magnet-backed-139.png||||||CKTG Denim Strop 3x8" Magnet Backed||Denim3X8||specials > linecooks > shac > strops > ||Resources > For Professionals > Sharpening Accessories > Strops > ||6.950||6.950 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||This CKTG Denim Strop measures 3x8" and has a magnetic backing so it works well on our strop base. Denim loaded with diamond spray makes an outstanding stropping substrate and will take your edges to new heights. Give it a try and you won't be sorry.

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|ckdiplset12||item-1||solidtemplate||edproac||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/cktg-diamond-plate-set-120-400-1k-78.png||||||CKTG Diamond Plate 3 pc Set For Edge Pro||120-400-1K||specials > linecooks > sharpening-stones > edgepro > edproac > ||Resources > For Professionals > Sharpening Stones > Edge Pro > Edge Pro Accessories > ||27.500||27.500 ||||For 1000 grit: 10-20 microns (average: 15 microns) For 120 grit: 125-180 microns (average: 152.5 microns) For 400 grit: 45-60 microns (average: 52.5 microns)||||0.440 ||||1||1||1||0||||||||This set of plates is a good deal and has our 3 most popular grits. These items all fit the Edge Pro Sharpening Machine. They measure 150mm x 20.5mm of usable diamond surface. The stones come mounted to black plastic bases that will allow you to fit them on the EP machine. You get:

  • 120 Grit Diamond Plate for the EP: 152.5 micron average
  • 400 Grit Diamond Plate for the EP: 52.5 micron average
  • 1,000 Grit Diamond Plate for the EP 15 micron average||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|ck3pcdsettr||item-1||solidtemplate||knifeholders||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/cktg-3pc-d-set-trio-23.png||||||CKTG Felt Guard Trio for D Set||5-7-8||knife-accessories > knifeholders > ||Accessories > Knife Storage > ||9.950||9.950 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Chefknivestogo Black Felt Knife Guard 3pc Set. This combination fits the Tojiro 3pc D set well. The guards used are the 5.5", 7" and 8.5". Please make sure to put the blade guards on the right way with the spine exposed and the edge covered. See video below.

    Important! Please dry your knives thoroughly before putting them into these guards. Otherwise, you may trap the water in the guard and it will rust your knives.

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|inshse||item-1||solidtemplate||mazdst||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/finish-sharpening-service-113.png||||||CKTG Finish Sharpening||FINISHSHARPENING||shopbysteel > zdp189steel > mazdst > ||Shop by Steel > ZDP-189 Steel > Matsubara ZDP189 Steel > ||15.950||15.950 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||This service is per knife not per order.

    The Japanese call finish sharpening Honbatsuke. "Hon" means real, formal, professional, and genuine. "Ba" means edge and "Tsuke" means making or finishing in this case. In short, Honbatsuke means sharpening or finishing the edge.

    Simply purchase this service along with the knife or knives you want us to sharpen and we'll sharpen them by hand using our typical progression of stones and strops. **Please note that the sharpening service is $15.95 per knife so if you want more than one knife sharpened, you need to order more than one service. Double bevel knives only. No serrated knives. This service does not include resetting bevels. We do not finish sharpen the CCK Butcher's Knife and Big & Li'l Rhino. It is too time-consuming.

    If you have special instructions please let us know in the "Comments Box" and we'll try to accommodate your request.

    Also please note that we will sharpen the knife evenly on both sides unless instructed otherwise. We will give priority to those of you who purchase this service and will attempt to ship your order within 1-2 business days. Usually, we do it the same day if you order early enough.

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|ck18gysa1||item-1||solidtemplate||othersayas||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/cktg-180mm-gyuto-saya-109.png||||||CKTG Gyuto Saya 180mm A||CKTGSaya-Gyuto180A||specials > linecooks > sayas > othersayas > ||Resources > For Professionals > Sayas > CKTG Sayas > ||35.000||35.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||A saya pin, also known as a "mekugi," is a small pin that is used to secure the saya (sheath) to a Japanese knife or sword. In the context of kitchen knives, it's a safety feature that prevents the blade from accidentally slipping out of the saya. The pin is made with maple wood and fits through a hole in the saya, ensuring that the knife remains securely within the sheath until intentionally removed. This pin is tapered on the post so it won't fall out inadvertently.

    This saya was designed to fit a 180mm gyuto with a thinner spine.

    It is best to buy a knife and saya at the same time so we can ensure a good fit. If you’re buying a saya separately, we will need to know which knife you’re buying it for. Please let us know in the Comments section of your shopping cart.

    If a knife has a compatible saya, it is shown and linked on the knife’s page. If no saya is shown, then we do NOT have a saya that fits, in which case we recommend a felt blade guard.

    We do not sell sayas for knives we do not carry on the website.

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|si21gysa||item-1||solidtemplate||21wahagy||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/siglinda-210mm-gyuto-saya-a-116.png||||||CKTG Gyuto Saya 210mm A||CKTGSaya-Gyuto210A||resources > gyutos > gyutos210mm > 21wahagy > ||Knife Types > Gyutos > Gyutos 210mm > 210mm Wa Handled Gyutos > ||35.000||35.000 ||||||

    ||||||1||1||1||0||||||||This saya was designed to fit a 210mm gyuto with a thinner spine.

    It is best to buy a knife and saya at the same time so we can ensure a good fit. If you’re buying a saya separately, we will need to know which knife you’re buying it for. Please let us know in the Comments section of your shopping cart.

    If a knife has a compatible saya, it is shown and linked on the knife’s page. If no saya is shown, then we do NOT have a saya that fits, in which case we recommend a felt blade guard.

    We do not sell sayas for knives we do not carry on the website.

    ||||||||http://chefknivestogo.stores.turbify.net/si21gysa.html||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|si21gyunsa||item-1||solidtemplate||othersayas||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/siglinda-210mm-gyuto-universal-saya-90.png||||||CKTG Gyuto Saya 210mm B||CKTGSaya-Gyuto210B||specials > linecooks > sayas > othersayas > ||Resources > For Professionals > Sayas > CKTG Sayas > ||35.000||35.000 ||||||

    ||1.000 ||||1||1||1||0||||||||This saya was designed to fit a 210mm gyuto with a thicker spine.

    It is best to buy a knife and saya at the same time so we can ensure a good fit. If you’re buying a saya separately, we will need to know which knife you’re buying it for. Please let us know in the Comments section of your shopping cart.

    If a knife has a compatible saya, it is shown and linked on the knife’s page. If no saya is shown, then we do NOT have a saya that fits, in which case we recommend a felt blade guard.

    We do not sell sayas for knives we do not carry on the website.

    ||||||||http://chefknivestogo.stores.turbify.net/si21gyunsa.html||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|si24gysa||item-1||solidtemplate||othersayas||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/siglinda-240mm-gyuto-saya-a-113.png||||||CKTG Gyuto Saya 240mm A||CKTGSaya-Gyuto240A||specials > linecooks > sayas > othersayas > ||Resources > For Professionals > Sayas > CKTG Sayas > ||35.000||35.000 ||||||

    ||0.500 ||||1||1||1||0||||||||This saya was designed to fit a 240mm gyuto with a thinner spine.

    It is best to buy a knife and saya at the same time so we can ensure a good fit. If you’re buying a saya separately, we will need to know which knife you’re buying it for. Please let us know in the Comments section of your shopping cart.

    If a knife has a compatible saya, it is shown and linked on the knife’s page. If no saya is shown, then we do NOT have a saya that fits, in which case we recommend a felt blade guard.

    We do not sell sayas for knives we do not carry on the website.

    ||||||||http://chefknivestogo.stores.turbify.net/si24gysa.html||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|si24ungysa||item-1||solidtemplate||othersayas||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/siglinda-240mm-universal-gyuto-saya-101.png||||||CKTG Gyuto Saya 240mm B||CKTGSaya-Gyuto240B||specials > linecooks > sayas > othersayas > ||Resources > For Professionals > Sayas > CKTG Sayas > ||35.000||35.000 ||||||

    Average rating is 5
    5.0
    By:  Mike VanSleen
    Chattanooga,TN
    Super sweet saya! It fits my Richmond Artifex 240mm gyuto perfectly and the pin that holds the blade inside is a really nice touch. The wood on the saya comes sanded but unfinished,so don’t touch it with wet or oily hands or you’ll leave marks on it. I guess you could always stain/seal it so you don’t have to worry. Overall awesome saya!
    0.3
    ||||||1||1||1||0||||||||This saya was designed to fit a 240mm gyuto with a thicker spine.

    It is best to buy a knife and saya at the same time so we can ensure a good fit. If you’re buying a saya separately, we will need to know which knife you’re buying it for. Please let us know in the Comments section of your shopping cart.

    If a knife has a compatible saya, it is shown and linked on the knife’s page. If no saya is shown, then we do NOT have a saya that fits, in which case we recommend a felt blade guard.

    We do not sell sayas for knives we do not carry on the website.

    ||||||||http://chefknivestogo.stores.turbify.net/si24ungysa.html||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|siungy27sa||item-1||solidtemplate||othersayas||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/siglinda-universal-gyuto-270mm-saya-80.png||||||CKTG Gyuto Saya 270mm A||CKTGSaya-Gyuto270A||specials > linecooks > sayas > othersayas > ||Resources > For Professionals > Sayas > CKTG Sayas > ||35.000||35.000 ||||||

    ||||||1||1||1||0||||||||This saya fits gyutos with thinner spines. It does not fit Masakage knives (Yuki, Koishi, et al).

    It is best to buy a knife and saya at the same time so we can ensure a good fit. If you’re buying a saya separately, we will need to know which knife you’re buying it for. Please let us know in the Comments section of your shopping cart.

    If a knife has a compatible saya, it is shown and linked on the knife’s page. If no saya is shown, then we do NOT have a saya that fits, in which case we recommend a felt blade guard.

    We do not sell sayas for knives we do not carry on the website.

    ||||||||http://chefknivestogo.stores.turbify.net/siungy27sa.html||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|chwoco||item-1||solidtemplate||othersayas||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/chefknivestogo-wood-conditioner-71.png||||||CKTG Handle and Board Wax||4oz||specials > linecooks > sayas > othersayas > ||Resources > For Professionals > Sayas > CKTG Sayas > ||10.500||10.500 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||CKTG Handle and Board Wax is a food safe mix of beeswax and mineral oil that we use for several purposes at the office and at our home. It's great for cutting boards and we also use it for wooden handles to keep them in good condition. We also use it to finish sayas. It only takes a small amount. Rub it on your unfinished wood and then wipe it off with a clean rag. Also works well on salad bowls, rolling pins and wooden utensils. Made from the finest food-grade mineral oil and double-refined beeswax. Comes in a 4-ounce container.

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|prhaknbag||item-1||solidtemplate||kniflugandac||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/promark-hanging-knife-bag-78.png||||||CKTG Hanging Knife Bag||CKTG-Drumstick-Bag||specials > linecooks > kniflugandac > ||Resources > For Professionals > Knife Bags > ||24.950||24.950 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||This bag is oriented to hang for easy access while at work. It has some unique features that lend themselves to kitchen use. The bag is made of very durable materials with straps designed for hanging the bag on the wall at work for quick and easy access without taking up valuable counter space. It's light and easy to carry with handle on the top. Made from weatherproof ballistic nylon

  • Length: 18"
  • Width: 7 1/2" (15" open)
  • Rigid 1" spine to allow for easy closure of bag when fully stocked||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|honesukisaya||item-1||solidtemplate||honesuki||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/siglinda-universal-honesuki-saya-70.png||||||CKTG Honesuki Saya 150mm A||CKTGSaya-HonesukiA||resources > honesuki > ||Knife Types > Honesukis > ||35.000||35.000 ||||||
    ||||||1||1||1||0||||||||This saya was designed to fit honesukis with thinner spines.

    It is best to buy a knife and saya at the same time so we can ensure a good fit. If you’re buying a saya separately, we will need to know which knife you’re buying it for. Please let us know in the Comments section of your shopping cart.

    If a knife has a compatible saya, it is shown and linked on the knife’s page. If no saya is shown, then we do NOT have a saya that fits, in which case we recommend a felt blade guard.

    We do not sell sayas for knives we do not carry on the website.

    ||||||||http://chefknivestogo.stores.turbify.net/honesukisaya.html||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|siho150sab||item-1||solidtemplate||boning-knives||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/siglinda-honesuki-150-saya-b-70.png||||||CKTG Honesuki Saya 150mm B||CKTGSaya-HonesukiB||resources > boning-knives > ||Knife Types > Boning Knives > ||35.000||35.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||This saya was designed to fit honesukis with thicker spines.

    It is best to buy a knife and saya at the same time so we can ensure a good fit. If you’re buying a saya separately, we will need to know which knife you’re buying it for. Please let us know in the Comments section of your shopping cart.

    If a knife has a compatible saya, it is shown and linked on the knife’s page. If no saya is shown, then we do NOT have a saya that fits, in which case we recommend a felt blade guard.

    We do not sell sayas for knives we do not carry on the website.

    ||||||||http://chefknivestogo.stores.turbify.net/siho150sab.html||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|ckinwastjo||link.||||||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/cktg-in-the-wall-street-journal-37.png||||||CKTG In the Wall Street Journal||||||||||||||||||||||0||0||0||0||||||||||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|ckkiclsa||item-1||solidtemplate||othersayas||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/cktg-kiri-cleaver-saya-201.png||||||CKTG Kiri Cleaver Saya||CKTGSaya-KiriCleaver||specials > linecooks > sayas > othersayas > ||Resources > For Professionals > Sayas > CKTG Sayas > ||35.000||35.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||This saya was designed to fit a cleaver with a kiritsuke-style tip.

    It is best to buy a knife and saya at the same time so we can ensure a good fit. If you’re buying a saya separately, we will need to know which knife you’re buying it for. Please let us know in the Comments section of your shopping cart.

    If a knife has a compatible saya, it is shown and linked on the knife’s page. If no saya is shown, then we do NOT have a saya that fits, in which case we recommend a felt blade guard.

    We do not sell sayas for knives we do not carry on the website.

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|ckkisa21||item-1||solidtemplate||kiupto21||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/cktg-kiritsuke-saya-210mm-41.png||||||CKTG Kiritsuke Saya 210mm||CKTGSaya-Kiri210||resources > kiritsukeknife > kiupto21 > ||Knife Types > Kiritsukes > Kiritsukes Up To 210mm > ||35.000||35.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||CKTG Kiritsuke Saya 210mm with saya pin.

    This saya fits:

  • Harukaze AS HAS-K210
  • Harukaze Ginsan HG3-K210
  • Yahiko YAS-HE-K210
  • Yahiko YA-G3-K210

    It is best to buy a knife and saya at the same time so we can ensure a good fit. If you’re buying a saya separately, we will need to know which knife you’re buying it for. Please let us know in the Comments section of your shopping cart.

    If a knife has a compatible saya, it is shown and linked on the knife’s page. If no saya is shown, then we do NOT have a saya that fits, in which case we recommend a felt blade guard.

    We do not sell sayas for knives we do not carry on the website.

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|ckkisa24||item-1||solidtemplate||ki24andab||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/cktg-kiritsuke-saya-240mm-73.png||||||CKTG Kiritsuke Saya 240mm||CKTGSaya-Kiri240||resources > kiritsukeknife > ki24andab > ||Knife Types > Kiritsukes > Kiritsukes 240mm and Above > ||35.000||35.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||It is best to buy a knife and saya at the same time so we can ensure a good fit. If you’re buying a saya separately, we will need to know which knife you’re buying it for. Please let us know in the Comments section of your shopping cart.

    If a knife has a compatible saya, it is shown and linked on the knife’s page. If no saya is shown, then we do NOT have a saya that fits, in which case we recommend a felt blade guard.

    We do not sell sayas for knives we do not carry on the website.

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|cuttingboard||item-1||solidtemplate||booscutboar||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/cktg-large-maple-cutting-board-22x16x2-77.png||||||CKTG Large Maple Cutting Board 22" x 16" x 2"||MapleCB||knife-accessories > booscutboar > ||Accessories > Cutting Boards > ||253.950||253.950 ||||||||30.000 ||||1||1||1||0||||||||CKTG Large Maple Cutting Board 22" x 16" x 2" is made for us by Martin Jones of Jones Cutting Boards. Handcrafted from the highest grade solid maple hardwood, this end grain board is easy on your edges and doesn't show cuts as much as edge grain boards. End grain boards also resist warping.

    This board is made with top-of-the-line Titebond III glue and has finger grips applied to the sides for easy lifting. The board is finished with multiple coats of FDA-grade mineral oil, then buffed with moisture-resistant beeswax. For care, simply give the board a quick hand wash and towel dry immediately and let air dry after you're done. We recommend our CKTG Board and Handle wax for occasional application.

    These boards ship directly from the shop and will ship separately from other items in your order, usually within a few days.

    *Please note we're only shipping this item in the USA. Also, if you're in AK, HI, or PR, there will be an additional charge (about $20 to $30) to ship to you. We will contact you. Ground shipping only.||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|cklawaedgrbo||item-1||solidtemplate||booscutboar||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/cktg-large-walnut-edge-grain-board-22-x16-x1-5-121.png||||||CKTG Large Walnut Edge Grain Board 22" x 16" x 1.5"||EDGEGRAIN||knife-accessories > booscutboar > ||Accessories > Cutting Boards > ||199.950||199.950 ||||||||8.000 ||||1||1||1||0||||||||These are really beautiful cutting boards made from high-grade walnut with an oil finish.

  • Handcrafted from the highest grade solid walnut
  • Edge grain design
  • 22" x 16" x 1.5"
  • Finger grips applied to sides for easy lifting
  • Multiple coats of FDA-grade mineral oil, then buffed with a moisture-resistant beeswax top coat finish

    These boards ship directly from the shop and will ship separately from other items in your order, usually within a few days.

    *Please note we're only shipping this item in the USA. Also, if you're in AK, HI, or PR, there will be an additional charge (about $20 to $30) to ship to you. We will contact you. Ground shipping only.

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|cklohaststta||item-1||solidtemplate||addonitems||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/cktg-long-handle-stainless-steel-table-spoon-52.png||||||CKTG Long Handle Stainless Steel Tablespoon||Long-Handle||knife-accessories > addonitems > ||Accessories > Add On Items > ||4.950||4.950 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||This high quality stainless steel tablespoon has a nice, long handle, making it good for saucing dishes. Measures 7.75 inches in length.||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|maendgrcubom||item-1||solidtemplate||booscutboar||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/maple-end-grain-cutting-board-medium-55.png||||||CKTG Maple End Grain Board Medium 18"x12"x2"||MediumMaple||knife-accessories > booscutboar > ||Accessories > Cutting Boards > ||156.000||156.000 ||||||||25.000 ||||1||1||1||0||||||||CKTG Maple End Grain Cutting Board Medium. This one is made exclusively for CKTG by a small family business named Jones Cutting Boards and uses high-quality maple wood that is an ideal cutting surface for your knives. This one is 2 inches thick which is thicker than his standard board. Measures 18" x 12" x 2".

    These boards ship directly from the shop and will ship separately from other items in your order, usually within a few days.

    *Please note we're only shipping this item in the USA. Also, if you're in AK, HI, or PR, there will be an additional charge (about $20 to $30) to ship to you. We will contact you. Ground shipping only.

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|cknaropa2||item.||solidtemplate||||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/cktg-nakiri-roundup-part-2-36.png||||||CKTG Nakiri Roundup # 2||||||||||||||||||||||0||1||0||0||||||||||||||||http://chefknivestogo.stores.turbify.net/cknaropa2.html||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|sinasa||item-1||solidtemplate||othersayas||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/siglinda-universal-nakiri-saya-83.png||||||CKTG Nakiri Saya A||CKTGSaya-NakiriA||specials > linecooks > sayas > othersayas > ||Resources > For Professionals > Sayas > CKTG Sayas > ||35.000||35.000 ||||||

    Average rating is 4
    4.0
    By:  Teo
    Belvedere,Ca
    this saya fits the masakage shimo nakiri well. it fits snugly on the knife; you might not even need the pin but i still use it anyway.
    0.3
    ||||||1||1||1||0||||||||It is best to buy a knife and saya at the same time so we can ensure a good fit. If you’re buying a saya separately, we will need to know which knife you’re buying it for. Please let us know in the Comments section of your shopping cart.

    If a knife has a compatible saya, it is shown and linked on the knife’s page. If no saya is shown, then we do NOT have a saya that fits, in which case we recommend a felt blade guard.

    We do not sell sayas for knives we do not carry on the website.

    ||||||||http://chefknivestogo.stores.turbify.net/sinasa.html||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|si16nasab||item-1||solidtemplate||othersayas||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/siglinda-160mm-nakiri-saya-b-84.png||||||CKTG Nakiri Saya B||CKTGSaya-NakiriB||specials > linecooks > sayas > othersayas > ||Resources > For Professionals > Sayas > CKTG Sayas > ||35.000||35.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||It is best to buy a knife and saya at the same time so we can ensure a good fit. If you’re buying a saya separately, we will need to know which knife you’re buying it for. Please let us know in the Comments section of your shopping cart.

    If a knife has a compatible saya, it is shown and linked on the knife’s page. If no saya is shown, then we do NOT have a saya that fits, in which case we recommend a felt blade guard.

    We do not sell sayas for knives we do not carry on the website.

    ||||||||http://chefknivestogo.stores.turbify.net/si16nasab.html||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|120mmpettysaya||item-1||solidtemplate||othersayas||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/120mm-petty-saya-70.png||||||CKTG Petty Saya 120mm A||CKTGSaya-Petty120A||specials > linecooks > sayas > othersayas > ||Resources > For Professionals > Sayas > CKTG Sayas > ||35.000||35.000 ||||||||1.000 ||||1||1||1||0||||||||We have added this saya to the item pages of the knives it fits. If you don't see it on the item page, it doesn't fit the knife.||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|si15pesa||item-1||solidtemplate||othersayas||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/siglinda-150mm-petty-saya-78.png||||||CKTG Petty Saya 150mm||CKTGSaya-Petty150||specials > linecooks > sayas > othersayas > ||Resources > For Professionals > Sayas > CKTG Sayas > ||35.000||35.000 ||||||

    ||||||1||1||1||0||||||||It is best to buy a knife and saya at the same time so we can ensure a good fit. If you’re buying a saya separately, we will need to know which knife you’re buying it for. Please let us know in the Comments section of your shopping cart.

    If a knife has a compatible saya, it is shown and linked on the knife’s page. If no saya is shown, then we do NOT have a saya that fits, in which case we recommend a felt blade guard.

    We do not sell sayas for knives we do not carry on the website.

    ||||||||http://chefknivestogo.stores.turbify.net/si15pesa.html||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|ckpesa18||item-1||solidtemplate||othersayas||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/cktg-petty-saya-180mm-18.png||||||CKTG Petty Saya 180mm||CKTGSaya-Petty180||specials > linecooks > sayas > othersayas > ||Resources > For Professionals > Sayas > CKTG Sayas > ||35.000||35.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||It is best to buy a knife and saya at the same time so we can ensure a good fit. If you’re buying a saya separately, we will need to know which knife you’re buying it for. Please let us know in the Comments section of your shopping cart.

    If a knife has a compatible saya, it is shown and linked on the knife’s page. If no saya is shown, then we do NOT have a saya that fits, in which case we recommend a felt blade guard.

    We do not sell sayas for knives we do not carry on the website.

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|ck120tapesa||item-1||solidtemplate||othersayas||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/cktg-120-tall-petty-saya-115.png||||||CKTG Petty Saya Tall 120mm||CKTGSaya-PettyTall120||specials > linecooks > sayas > othersayas > ||Resources > For Professionals > Sayas > CKTG Sayas > ||35.000||35.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||It is best to buy a knife and saya at the same time so we can ensure a good fit. If you’re buying a saya separately, we will need to know which knife you’re buying it for. Please let us know in the Comments section of your shopping cart.

    If a knife has a compatible saya, it is shown and linked on the knife’s page. If no saya is shown, then we do NOT have a saya that fits, in which case we recommend a felt blade guard.

    We do not sell sayas for knives we do not carry on the website.

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|ckroost3x||item-1||solidtemplate||kangaroostrops||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/cktg-roo-strop-3x11-174.png||||||CKTG Roo Strop 3x11" ||CKTGROO3x11NOGLASS||specials > linecooks > shac > kangaroostrops > ||Resources > For Professionals > Sharpening Accessories > Kangaroo Strops > ||24.950||24.950 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Our CKTG Kangaroo strop is backed by a magnetic strip on the back side to work on our black metal base. Measures 3"x11”

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|ckroost3xse1||item-1||solidtemplate||closeouts||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/cktg-roo-strop-3x11-seconds-100.png||||||CKTG Roo Strop 3x11" - Seconds||CKTGROO3x11NOGLASSSeconds||specials > closeouts > ||Resources > CKTG Close Outs > ||19.950||24.950 ||19.950 ||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||This batch all have stains and other minor imperfections in the leather.

    Our CKTG Kangaroo strop is backed by a magnetic strip on the back side to work on our black metal base. Measures 3"x11”||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|ckroost3xnog||item-1||solidtemplate||kangaroostrops||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/cktg-roo-strop-3x8-161.png||||||CKTG Roo Strop 3x8" ||Roo3by8NOGLASS||specials > linecooks > shac > kangaroostrops > ||Resources > For Professionals > Sharpening Accessories > Kangaroo Strops > ||19.950||19.950 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Our CKTG Kangaroo strop is backed by a magnetic strip on the back side to work on our black metal base. Measures 3"x8".||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|ckroost3xse||item-1||solidtemplate||closeouts||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/newitem1-3590.png||||||CKTG Roo Strop 3x8" - Seconds||Roo3by8NOGLASSSeconds||specials > closeouts > ||Resources > CKTG Close Outs > ||15.000||19.950 ||15.000 ||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||This batch of seconds contain either slight imperfections in the leather or minor discoloration. These seconds have never been used.

    Our CKTG Kangaroo strop is backed by a magnetic strip on the back side to work on our black metal base. Measures 3"x8".||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|ckroostbl3x||item-1||solidtemplate||newarrivals||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/cktg-roo-strop-block-3x2-9.png||||||CKTG Roo Strop Block 3x2" ||RooStropBlock||newarrivals > ||New Arrivals > ||10.000||10.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Our CKTG Kangaroo strop block measures 3x2". This block is comfortable to hold and would make an excellent finisher when you are sharpening your knives.||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|saya||item-1||solidtemplate||othersayas||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/saya-77.png||||||CKTG Santoku Saya A||CKTGSaya-SantokuA||specials > linecooks > sayas > othersayas > ||Resources > For Professionals > Sayas > CKTG Sayas > ||35.000||35.000 ||||||

    ||||||1||1||1||0||||||||This saya was designed to fit santokus with thinner spines.

    It is best to buy a knife and saya at the same time so we can ensure a good fit. If you’re buying a saya separately, we will need to know which knife you’re buying it for. Please let us know in the Comments section of your shopping cart.

    If a knife has a compatible saya, it is shown and linked on the knife’s page. If no saya is shown, then we do NOT have a saya that fits, in which case we recommend a felt blade guard.

    We do not sell sayas for knives we do not carry on the website.

    ||||||||http://chefknivestogo.stores.turbify.net/saya.html||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|sisasab||item-1||solidtemplate||othersayas||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/siglinda-santoku-saya-b-67.png||||||CKTG Santoku Saya B||CKTGSaya-SantokuB||specials > linecooks > sayas > othersayas > ||Resources > For Professionals > Sayas > CKTG Sayas > ||35.000||35.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||This saya was designed to fit santokus with thicker spines.

    It is best to buy a knife and saya at the same time so we can ensure a good fit. If you’re buying a saya separately, we will need to know which knife you’re buying it for. Please let us know in the Comments section of your shopping cart.

    If a knife has a compatible saya, it is shown and linked on the knife’s page. If no saya is shown, then we do NOT have a saya that fits, in which case we recommend a felt blade guard.

    We do not sell sayas for knives we do not carry on the website.

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|othersayas||item.||solidtemplate||sayas||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/siglinda-sayas-109.png||||||CKTG Sayas||||specials > linecooks > sayas > ||Resources > For Professionals > Sayas > ||||||||smbabusa tawanalgsa ta24kisa tashcoso||||||||0||1||0||0||||cusfeed 120mmpettysaya ck120tapesa si15pesa honesukisaya siho150sab tadesa16 ckde18sa smallbunkasaya ckpesa18 sinasa si16nasab saya sisasab ck18gysa1 si21gysa si21gyunsa ckkisa21 tasmgysa si24gysa si24ungysa ckkisa24 tamegysa siungy27sa cksusa24 sisu27sa isscsu27sa ck30susa 21yasa ckya24sa ckya27sa ckkiclsa facck13clsa chwoco 80jafash ||||We only sell sayas when purchased with the compatible knife on the order. That is the only way we can guarantee fit. Because saya fit is challenging, we will not accept saya orders for knives bought from other vendors.||||||||http://chefknivestogo.stores.turbify.net/othersayas.html||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|ckshsebyjomc||item-1||solidtemplate||knshse||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/cktg-sharpening-service-by-josh-mceachen-92.png||||||CKTG Sharpening Service||CKTGSharpening||knife-accessories > knshse > ||Accessories > Knife Sharpening Service > ||20.000||20.000 ||||||

    Average rating is 5
    5.0
    By:  Justin Strong
    Madison,WI
    My Knives have never been sharper! I have the Richmond Artifex series 10" chef’s knife,and Josh put an edge on it that I didn’t think was possible. My knives are well used,I take care of them,but don’t baby them. The last time he sharpened that one in particular,I was able to shave with it for three months afterwards. Well worth the investment!
    0.3
    5.0
    By:  Justin Strong
    Madison,WI
    My Knives have never been sharper! I have the Richmond Artifex series 10" chef’s knife,and Josh put an edge on it that I didn’t think was possible. My knives are well used,I take care of them,but don’t baby them. The last time he sharpened that one in particular,I was able to shave with it for three months afterwards. Well worth the investment!
    0.3
    5.0
    By:  David Oliver
    Madison,Wi
    Josh did a fantastic job on my kit. Fast and courteous. Totally recommended for professional service.
    0.3
    5.0
    By:  Jason Peterson
    Madison,Wi
    Josh does a great with knives all around from sharpening to replacing handles to reshaping the knife. I got a knife from him recently which came in great condition. I let a co-worker use it to chop onions and he ended up dropping it and chipping the blade. I gave it to josh to see if he could fix it and it came back good as new maybe even a little better. Great work. Great speed. Great Quality!
    0.3
    5.0
    By:  Anna
    Madison,WI
    Josh Rulez!
    0.3
    ||0.010 ||||1||1||1||0||||||||This service is per knife not per order.

    We will hand sharpen your knife with Japanese water stones to bring out the best in your edge. This service is for double-bevel knives only.

    Please allow 2-4 business days for us to complete this service.

    If you are interested in having a knife sharpened by us, please purchase this (one service for 1 knife) service and send us the knife. You can mail it to us at:

    Chefknivestogo
    5980 Executive Dr Ste D
    Fitchburg, WI 53719

    If you place an order with multiple items AND sharpening service, we will wait for the knife to be sharpened to arrive and ship everything together.

    If more work is involved like fixing chips/tips, please purchase our "Chip Repair" service. If you aren't sure, feel free to contact us.

    ||||||||http://chefknivestogo.stores.turbify.net/ckshsebyjomc.html||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|cksixclest3x||item-1||solidtemplate||strops||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/cktg-sienna-xcel-leather-strops-3x11-142.png||||||CKTG Sienna XCEL Leather Strops 3x11" ||SiennaStrops||specials > linecooks > shac > strops > ||Resources > For Professionals > Sharpening Accessories > Strops > ||14.950||14.950 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||This high-quality leather is an exciting recent Special Purchase for CKTG. Vibrant, sleek, and consistent, with a slight pull-up, this leather is a perfect substrate for our CKTG diamond sprays. Boasts a very nice feel, almost waxy. This item has a magnetic backing and fits on our CKTG Strop Base. Get your hands on this special purchase while you can! Quantities are limited.||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|cktgsticker6||item-1||solidtemplate||stickers||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/cktg-sticker-6-30.png||||||CKTG Sticker 6"||Oval-CKTG||specials > linecooks > stickers > ||Resources > For Professionals > Stickers > ||0.990||0.990 ||||||||0.000 ||||1||1||1||0||||||||Perfect for your knife case, water bottle, or laptop, this stylish sticker proudly represents Chef Knives To Go - your go-to destination for top-notch Japanese kitchen knives. Stick it and make a statement in the kitchen and beyond!||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|cksusa24||item-1||solidtemplate||othersayas||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/cktg-suji-saya-240mm-101.png||||||CKTG Sujihiki Saya 240mm||CKTGSaya-Suji240||specials > linecooks > sayas > othersayas > ||Resources > For Professionals > Sayas > CKTG Sayas > ||35.000||35.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||It is best to buy a knife and saya at the same time so we can ensure a good fit. If you’re buying a saya separately, we will need to know which knife you’re buying it for. Please let us know in the Comments section of your shopping cart.

    If a knife has a compatible saya, it is shown and linked on the knife’s page. If no saya is shown, then we do NOT have a saya that fits, in which case we recommend a felt blade guard.

    We do not sell sayas for knives we do not carry on the website.

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|sisu27sa||item-1||solidtemplate||othersayas||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/siglinda-sujihiki-270mm-saya-92.png||||||CKTG Sujihiki Saya 270mm A||CKTGSaya-Suji270A||specials > linecooks > sayas > othersayas > ||Resources > For Professionals > Sayas > CKTG Sayas > ||35.000||35.000 ||||||

    ||||||1||1||1||0||||||||This saya was designed to fit a 270mm sujihiki with a thinner spine.

    It is best to buy a knife and saya at the same time so we can ensure a good fit. If you’re buying a saya separately, we will need to know which knife you’re buying it for. Please let us know in the Comments section of your shopping cart.

    If a knife has a compatible saya, it is shown and linked on the knife’s page. If no saya is shown, then we do NOT have a saya that fits, in which case we recommend a felt blade guard.

    We do not sell sayas for knives we do not carry on the website.

    ||||||||http://chefknivestogo.stores.turbify.net/sisu27sa.html||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|isscsu27sa||item-1||solidtemplate||othersayas||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/isaiah-schroeder-sujihiki-270mm-saya-68.png||||||CKTG Sujihiki Saya 270mm B||CKTGSaya-Suji270B||specials > linecooks > sayas > othersayas > ||Resources > For Professionals > Sayas > CKTG Sayas > ||35.000||35.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||This saya was designed to fit a 270mm sujihiki with a thicker spine.

    It is best to buy a knife and saya at the same time so we can ensure a good fit. If you’re buying a saya separately, we will need to know which knife you’re buying it for. Please let us know in the Comments section of your shopping cart.

    If a knife has a compatible saya, it is shown and linked on the knife’s page. If no saya is shown, then we do NOT have a saya that fits, in which case we recommend a felt blade guard.

    We do not sell sayas for knives we do not carry on the website.

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|ck30susa||item-1||solidtemplate||othersayas||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/cktg-300mm-suji-saya-48.png||||||CKTG Sujihiki Saya 300mm||CKTGSaya-Suji300||specials > linecooks > sayas > othersayas > ||Resources > For Professionals > Sayas > CKTG Sayas > ||35.000||35.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||This saya was designed to fit a 300mm sujihiki with a thinner spine.

    It is best to buy a knife and saya at the same time so we can ensure a good fit. If you’re buying a saya separately, we will need to know which knife you’re buying it for. Please let us know in the Comments section of your shopping cart.

    If a knife has a compatible saya, it is shown and linked on the knife’s page. If no saya is shown, then we do NOT have a saya that fits, in which case we recommend a felt blade guard.

    We do not sell sayas for knives we do not carry on the website.

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|ckth||item-1||solidtemplate||addonitems||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/cktg-thermoprobe-192.png||||||CKTG Thermoprobe||Thermoprobe1000||knife-accessories > addonitems > ||Accessories > Add On Items > ||12.950||12.950 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||This is a nice little probe thermometer that's quick and easy to use. Just hit the button and insert the probe and it will give you an accurate temperature in a few seconds. A battery is included. Here are the specs:

  • Measures -58 to 572 degrees
  • Hold function
  • Auto Off
  • Instant read within 4 seconds
  • Has a handy meat temp guide
  • Magnet on the back for easy storage
  • Color is more orange like the photo below
  • Probe measures 4.5 inches so it can go deep into roasts and other large items

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|ckwaendgrcub||item-1||solidtemplate||booscutboar||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/cktg-walnut-end-grain-cutting-board-79.png||||||CKTG Walnut End Grain Board 18" x 12" x 1 1/2"||WalnutMedium||knife-accessories > booscutboar > ||Accessories > Cutting Boards > ||198.000||198.000 ||||||||25.000 ||||1||1||1||0||||||||Chefknivestogo walnut end-grain artisan cutting board measures 18" x 12" x 1 1/2" and is made for us in the USA by a small family business named Jones Cutting Boards. The board has groove slots at the ends to aid in picking it up.

    These boards ship directly from the shop and will ship separately from other items in your order, usually within a few days.

    *Please note we're only shipping this item in the USA. Also, if you're in AK, HI, or PR, there will be an additional charge (about $20 to $30) to ship to you. We will contact you. Ground shipping only.

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|ckwaendgrcub1||item-1||solidtemplate||booscutboar||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/cktg-walnut-end-grain-cutting-board-lg-62.png||||||CKTG Walnut End Grain Board 22" x 16" x 2"||WalnutLargeCB||knife-accessories > booscutboar > ||Accessories > Cutting Boards > ||399.950||399.950 ||||||||30.000 ||||1||1||1||0||||||||The CKTG artisan walnut end grain board measures 22" x 16" x 2". This board is made in the USA for Chefknivestogo by a small family business named Jones Cutting Boards. Made with end-grain walnut wood, the cutting board has grooves cut into the ends for finger holds to make it easy to pick up.

    These boards ship directly from the shop and will ship separately from other items in your order, usually within a few days.

    *Please note we're only shipping this item in the USA. Also, if you're in AK, HI, or PR, there will be an additional charge (about $20 to $30) to ship to you. We will contact you. Ground shipping only.

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|21yasa||item-1||solidtemplate||210yanagiba||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/210mm-yanagiba-saya-66.png||||||CKTG Yanagiba Saya 210mm||CKTGSaya-Yanagi210||resources > sashimi-knives > 210yanagiba > ||Knife Types > Yanagibas > Yanagibas up to 220mm > ||35.000||35.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||It is best to buy a knife and saya at the same time so we can ensure a good fit. If you’re buying a saya separately, we will need to know which knife you’re buying it for. Please let us know in the Comments section of your shopping cart.

    If a knife has a compatible saya, it is shown and linked on the knife’s page. If no saya is shown, then we do NOT have a saya that fits, in which case we recommend a felt blade guard.

    We do not sell sayas for knives we do not carry on the website.

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|ckya24sa||item-1||solidtemplate||othersayas||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/cktg-yanagi-240mm-saya-75.png||||||CKTG Yanagiba Saya 240mm||CKTGSaya-Yanagi240||specials > linecooks > sayas > othersayas > ||Resources > For Professionals > Sayas > CKTG Sayas > ||35.000||35.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||It is best to buy a knife and saya at the same time so we can ensure a good fit. If you’re buying a saya separately, we will need to know which knife you’re buying it for. Please let us know in the Comments section of your shopping cart.

    If a knife has a compatible saya, it is shown and linked on the knife’s page. If no saya is shown, then we do NOT have a saya that fits, in which case we recommend a felt blade guard.

    We do not sell sayas for knives we do not carry on the website.

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    If a knife has a compatible saya, it is shown and linked on the knife’s page. If no saya is shown, then we do NOT have a saya that fits, in which case we recommend a felt blade guard.

    We do not sell sayas for knives we do not carry on the website.

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|clfr25prgy||item.||solidtemplate||gyutos||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/classic-french-250mm-profile-gyutos-67.png||||||Classic French 240mm Profile Gyutos||||resources > gyutos > ||Knife Types > Gyutos > ||||||||||||||||0||1||0||0||||doibl2gy24 enek8togy24 kabl1gy24 kohatogy241 koastogy24 kotogsgy24eb kogs24frstgy mabl2naksgy21 mabl2naksgy2 moasgy25 ||||We have long been fans of the profile and performance characteristics of the classic Sabatier chef knife. The shape has been mimicked by many makers resulting in some particular iterations receiving almost cult-like praise. Here is a section dedicated to our mostly exclusive takes on this popular profile from many different makers.||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|cleavers||item.||solidtemplate||resources||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/cleavers-138.png||||||Cleavers||||resources > ||Knife Types > ||||||||maaustmecl||||||||0||1||0||0||||ccksmclstha cckcleaver2 chchikeeslkf ccksmstcl cckcleaver3 cckkaukoch cckcleaver1 cckbonechopper chkibigtube taknkiau chkicacr21 knkish2cl chkivgsmsl21 chkiw2smsl da52kina18 dalespkicl18 dalesppicl18 dav2kicl18 dalesptana17 dasmvecl18 da52smcl hasewh2cl ensrtana18 enek8kicl18 ko1k6stsmsl21 ko1k6stsmsl2 cleaver maaustmecl masui mawh1cl21 mag3tana21 mabl2nabu17 mag3nakicl19 mag3nacl21 mabl2nakicl1 mawh1kicl18 moritaka4 moaschbo19cu moaschbo21 maokbl2tana satacodatasm satacodata18 tabata3 tawh1kicl17 tastclchclsm tastcllacl taincl21 tavghadacl19 tovgchbo22tb toststchcl fucufachcl yawh1kicl18 yofuwh1tana yofuwh1kicl1 yubl2kicl181 weclst tiwodoclst ||||Westerners are most familiar with cleavers as crude tools of butchery but there is tremendous variety and versatility in this class of cutlery. Traditionally, Chinese cooks use a single cleaver-shaped knife for every task in the kitchen. Here is our full selection of Chinese cleavers.||||||||http://chefknivestogo.stores.turbify.net/cleavers.html||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|cost||item.||solidtemplate||sharpening-stones||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/combination-stones-77.png||||||Combination Stones||||specials > linecooks > sharpening-stones > ||Resources > For Professionals > Sharpening Stones > ||||||||https://www.chefknivestogo.com/3pcstoneset.html||||||||0||1||0||0||||ce1kcost ceraxcombo1k3k ceco28 imtwosi1kst kingcombostone stonebox na1ksust changu harohadefebl anguforshst toshackit ||||Combination stones are a good way to save some money and add convenience when learning to sharpen. These stones will give you two different grits so you can usually do all your sharpening and refining of the edge with one simple stone.||||||||http://chefknivestogo.stores.turbify.net/cost.html||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|coscsetwist||item-1||solidtemplate||chefsets||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/cooking-school-kit-with-stone-47.png||||||Cooking School Kit ||Ed-Set||specials > linecooks > chefsets > ||Resources > For Professionals > Chef Equipment > ||179.950||179.950 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Step into the culinary world with confidence with our premium Culinary School Set! This comprehensive package is designed to empower the aspiring chef in you. The set includes:

  • CKTG 8pc Knife Bag - Keep your tools secure and accessible in this sturdy, professional-grade knife bag.

  • Tojiro Petty 150mm - A versatile knife for precise cuts and delicate work, the perfect companion for your culinary journey.

  • Reigetsu Gyuto 210mm - This all-purpose chef's knife is your reliable partner for a wide range of kitchen tasks.

  • CKTG Black Felt Knife Guards - Ensure your blades stay sharp and safe with our 8.5" and 6" knife guards.

  • Thermo Pro Instant Read Meat Thermometer - Say goodbye to guesswork! Get accurate readings for perfectly cooked meals every time.

  • Black Ceramic Rod - Maintain your knives' edges and performance with our top-grade ceramic rod.

  • Kuhn Rikon Paring Knife and Sheath - For your detailed peeling and slicing needs, this paring knife is a must-have.

    Equip yourself with the best! Transform your cooking experience with this comprehensive culinary school set. Unleash your culinary potential today!||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|saoksh||item-1||solidtemplate||giftideas||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/sakagen-okubo-shears-79.png||||||Crane Okubo Shears 180mm||TR-OKUBO||knife-accessories > giftideas > ||Accessories > Gift Ideas > ||40.000||40.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||These shears are traditionally used for bonsai but a growing number of pro and home cooks use them as kitchen shears. The material is used is hi-carbon steel including vanadium and is similar to Shirogami though Shirogami does not include vanadium. The hardness is about HRC60. Crane is a top-quality producer of these traditional shears. They're nicely decorative and very good shears.

  • Weight: 7.4oz
  • Blade Edge Length: 50mm
  • Total Length: 180mm

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|cuscset||item-1||solidtemplate||fucuna||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/culinary-school-set-107.png||||||Culinary School Set ||CSS||specials > linecooks > tojiro-knives > fucuna > ||Resources > For Professionals > Tojiro Knives > Tojiro Reigetsu Knives > ||175.000||175.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Whether you're a professional chef or a culinary student, this comprehensive set is perfect for you. It includes the following high-quality items:

  • A Chefknivestogo 8-piece bag to keep everything organized and easily accessible.
  • A Thermo Pro thermometer.
  • A Reigetsu Petty 130mm (FC-1040) knife for precise cutting and slicing.
  • A Reigetsu Boning Knife (FC-1042) for easy meat and poultry preparation.
  • A Reigetsu Gyuto 210mm (FC-1046) knife for versatile use in the kitchen.
  • 3 black felt guards to protect the knives from damage.
  • A black ceramic rod to keep your knives sharp and in excellent condition.||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|customknives||item.||solidtemplate||japanese-knives||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/custom-knives-117.png||||||Custom Knives||||resources > japanese-knives > ||Knife Types > Japanese Knives > ||||||||||||||||0||1||0||0||||dofo80bu16 jashkn kugibu16cu kurotori makiwh2twdak miwh2ya27le tagrchswstgy6 ||||Here is a selection of custom handled knives that are available exclusively from CKTG. Once we sell one of these items we'll re-use the page and post a new knife with new pictures.||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|cusfeed1||link.||||||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/customer-feedback-105.png||||||Customer Feedback||||||||||||||||||||||0||0||0||0||||||See What Our Customers Think About Us!||||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|cusfeed3||link.||||||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/customer-feedback-103.png||||||Customer Feedback||||||||||||||||||||||0||0||0||0||||||See What Our Customers Are Saying About Us!||||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|cusfeed39||link.||||||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/customer-feedback-104.png||||||Customer Feedback||||||||||||||||||||||0||0||0||0||||||||||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|cusfeed5||link.||||||||||||Customer Feedback||||||||||||||||||||||0||0||0||0||||||See What Our Customers Are Saying About Us.||||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|home||link.||||||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/customer-reviews-30.png||||||Customer Reviews||||||||||||||||||||||0||0||0||0||||||||||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|cutofflestsq||item-1||solidtemplate||closeouts||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/cut-off-leather-strop-squares-129.png||||||Cut Off Leather Strop Squares||stropsquare||specials > closeouts > ||Resources > CKTG Close Outs > ||2.000||2.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||This is a cheap way to strop your knives. We cut off 3x11 to make 3x8 from time to time and this is the result. 3x3. While supplies last.

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|booscutboar||item.||solidtemplate||knife-accessories||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/cutting-boards-63.png||||||Cutting Boards||||knife-accessories > ||Accessories > ||||||||cubophpr||||||||0||1||0||0||||ckwaendgrcub ckwaendgrcub1 maendgrcubom cuttingboard cklawaedgrbo chsmhibo15x8 kohicubo16x9 nowacubo chwoco ckbesc yachwo ||||Cutting boards are essential tools for any serious cook. Quality wood cutting boards help extend the life of your knives by providing a proper cutting surface that won't dull your knives. We only sell fine wood cutting boards from leading manufacturers.||||Cutting boards, cutting board, wood cutting boards||||http://chefknivestogo.stores.turbify.net/booscutboar.html||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|daovua52100||item.||solidtemplate||daovuaknives||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/daovua-52100-101.png||||||Daovua 52100||||kitchen-knives > daovuaknives > ||Knife Brands > Daovua Knives > ||||||||||||||||0||1||0||0||||inshse da52tape12 da52ho14 da52bu17 da52na16 da52sa16 da52tana16 da52kina18 da52smcl da52gy21 da52gy24 ||||Daovua has recently imported some high-quality carbon steel from the USA called 52100, and this promises to improve the quality and performance of their knives. 52100 is a carbon alloy steel originally developed in 1905 for ball bearings and is used for blades of all kinds including kitchen knives.||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|da52bu17||item-1||solidtemplate||buknupto16||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/daovua-52100-bunka-175mm-172.png||||||Daovua 52100 Bunka 165mm||D-52100-Bunka||resources > bannobunkas > buknupto16 > ||Knife Types > Bunka Knives > Bunka Knives Up To 165mm > ||75.000||75.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Daovua 52100 Bunka 165mm. Daovua has recently imported some high-quality carbon steel from the USA called 52100, and this promises to improve the quality and performance of their knives. 52100 is a carbon alloy steel originally developed in 1905 for ball bearings and is used for blades of all kinds including kitchen knives.

  • Maker: Daovua
  • Location: Vietnam
  • Steel: 52100
  • Edge: Even
  • Weight: 4.6 oz (130g)
  • Blade Length: 164mm
  • Overall Length: 310mm
  • Spine Thickness at Heel: 2.5mm
  • Blade Height at Heel: 46.8mm
  • Photos by Gustavo Bermudez

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|da52gy21||item-1||solidtemplate||21wahagy||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/daovua-52100-gyuto-210mm-296.png||||||Daovua 52100 Gyuto 210mm||D-52100-G210||resources > gyutos > gyutos210mm > 21wahagy > ||Knife Types > Gyutos > Gyutos 210mm > 210mm Wa Handled Gyutos > ||75.000||75.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Daovua 52100 Gyuto 210mm. Daovua has recently imported some high-quality carbon steel from the USA called 52100, and this promises to improve the quality and performance of their knives. 52100 is a carbon alloy steel originally developed in 1905 for ball bearings and is used for blades of all kinds, including kitchen knives.

  • Weight: 5.4 oz (155g)
  • Blade Length: 213mm
  • Overall Length: 365mm
  • Spine Thickness at Heel: 2.1mm
  • Blade Height at Heel: 48.5mm
  • Handles vary from knife to knife.||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|da52gy24||item-1||solidtemplate||waha24gy||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/daovua-52100-gyuto-240mm-271.png||||||Daovua 52100 Gyuto 240mm||D-52100-G240||resources > gyutos > gyutos240mm > waha24gy > ||Knife Types > Gyutos > Gyutos 240mm > Wa Gyutos 240mm > ||77.000||77.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Daovua 52100 Gyuto 240mm. Daovua has recently imported some high-quality carbon steel from the USA called 52100, and this promises to improve the quality and performance of their knives. 52100 is a carbon alloy steel originally developed in 1905 for ball bearings and is used for blades of all kinds including kitchen knives.

  • Weight: 6.2 oz (170g)
  • Blade Length: 240mm
  • Overall Length: 395mm
  • Spine Thickness at Heel: 1.9mm
  • Blade Height at Heel: 49.8mm

  • Handles vary from knife to knife. If you’re picky ask for a picture and we will provide it. You won’t get the one pictured.

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|da52ho14||item-1||solidtemplate||honesuki||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/daovua-52100-honesuki-145mm-222.png||||||Daovua 52100 Honesuki 145mm||D-52100-Honesuki||resources > honesuki > ||Knife Types > Honesukis > ||65.000||65.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Daovua 52100 Honesuki 145mm. Daovua has recently imported some high-quality carbon steel from the USA called 52100, and this promises to improve the quality and performance of their knives. 52100 is a carbon alloy steel originally developed in 1905 for ball bearings and is used for blades of all kinds including kitchen knives.

  • Weight: 3.9oz (112g)
  • Blade Length: 145mm
  • Overall Length: 280mm
  • Spine Thickness at Heel: 2.2mm
  • Blade Height at Heel: 40mm

  • Handles vary from knife to knife. If you’re picky ask for a picture and we will provide it. You won’t get the one pictured.

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|da52na16||item-1||solidtemplate||wahana||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/daovua-52100-nakiri-165mm-226.png||||||Daovua 52100 Nakiri 165mm||D-52100-Nakiri||resources > nakiri-knives > wahana > ||Knife Types > Nakiris > Wa Handled Nakiris > ||75.000||75.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Daovua 52100 Nakiri 165mm. Daovua has recently imported some high-quality carbon steel from the USA called 52100, and this promises to improve the quality and performance of their knives. 52100 is a carbon alloy steel originally developed in 1905 for ball bearings and is used for blades of all kinds including kitchen knives.

  • Weight: 6.0 ozs / 172g
  • Blade Length: 167mm
  • Overall Length: 318mm
  • Spine Thickness at Heel: 2.5mm
  • Blade Height at Heel: 54.2mm

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|da52sa16||item-1||solidtemplate||wahasa||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/daovua-52100-santoku-165mm-227.png||||||Daovua 52100 Santoku 165mm||D-52100-Santoku||resources > santokuknives > wahasa > ||Knife Types > Santokus > Wa Handled Santokus > ||75.000||75.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Daovua 52100 Santoku 165mm. Daovua has recently imported some high-quality carbon steel from the USA called 52100, and this promises to improve the quality and performance of their knives. 52100 is a carbon alloy steel originally developed in 1905 for ball bearings and is used for blades of all kinds including kitchen knives.

  • Weight: 4.3 ozs / 122g
  • Blade Length: 165mm
  • Overall Length: 304mm
  • Spine Thickness at Heel: 2.2mm
  • Blade Height at Heel: 45.3mm

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|da52smcl||item-1||solidtemplate||cleavers||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/daovua-52100-small-cleaver-263.png||||||Daovua 52100 Small Cleaver 200mm||D-52100-SmCleaver||resources > cleavers > ||Knife Types > Cleavers > ||75.000||75.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Daovua 52100 Small Cleaver. Daovua has recently imported some high-quality carbon steel from the USA called 52100, and this promises to improve the quality and performance of their knives. 52100 is a carbon alloy steel originally developed in 1905 for ball bearings and is used for blades of all kinds including kitchen knives.

  • Weight: 10.2 oz (290g)
  • Blade Length: 201mm
  • Overall Length: 344mm
  • Spine Thickness at Heel: 2.7mm
  • Blade Height at Heel: 90.0mm
  • Handles vary from knife to knife. If you’re picky ask for a picture and we will provide it. You won’t get the one pictured.

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|da52tana16||item-1||solidtemplate||tallnakiris||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/daovua-52100-tall-nakiri-165mm-230.png||||||Daovua 52100 Tall Nakiri 165mm||D-52100-TallNakiri||resources > nakiri-knives > tallnakiris > ||Knife Types > Nakiris > Tall Nakiris > ||75.000||75.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Daovua 52100 Tall Nakiri 165mm. Daovua has recently imported some high-quality carbon steel from the USA called 52100, and this promises to improve the quality and performance of their knives. 52100 is a carbon alloy steel originally developed in 1905 for ball bearings and is used for blades of all kinds including kitchen knives.

  • Weight: 7.4 ozs / 210g
  • Blade Length: 165mm
  • Overall Length: 320mm
  • Spine Thickness at Heel: 2.4mm
  • Blade Height at Heel: 69.7mm

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|da52tape12||item-1||solidtemplate||120mmpettys||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/daovua-52100-tall-petty-120mm-264.png||||||Daovua 52100 Tall Petty 120mm||D-52100-TallPetty||resources > petty-knives > 120mmpettys > ||Knife Types > Petty Knives > 120-140mm Pettys > ||65.000||65.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Daovua 52100 Tall Petty 120mm. Daovua has recently imported some high-quality carbon steel from the USA called 52100, and this promises to improve the quality and performance of their knives. 52100 is a carbon alloy steel originally developed in 1905 for ball bearings and is used for blades of all kinds including kitchen knives.

  • Weight: 3.2 oz (90g)
  • Blade Length: 124mm
  • Overall Length: 255mm
  • Spine Thickness at Heel: 2.2mm
  • Blade Height at Heel: 42.1mm

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|da52kina18||item-1||solidtemplate||cleavers||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/daovua-52100-kiri-nakiri-180mm-119.png||||||Daovua 52100 The Tank 180mm||D-52100-TheTank||resources > cleavers > ||Knife Types > Cleavers > ||79.950||79.950 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Daovua has recently imported some high-quality carbon steel from the USA called 52100, and this promises to improve the quality and performance of their knives. 52100 is a carbon alloy steel originally developed in 1905 for ball bearings and is used for blades of all kinds including kitchen knives.

  • Weight: 8.9oz (252g)
  • Edge Length: 180mm
  • Total Length: 330mm
  • Spine Thickness: 3mm
  • Blade Height: 85mm
  • Edge Steel: 52100 Carbon Steel
  • HRC: 60-61
  • Handles vary from knife to knife. If you’re picky ask for a picture and we will provide it. You won’t get the one pictured.

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|daclv2||item.||solidtemplate||daovuaknives||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/daovua-classic-v2-106.png||||||Daovua Classic V2||||kitchen-knives > daovuaknives > ||Knife Brands > Daovua Knives > ||||||||||||||||0||1||0||0||||daclv2pe11 daclv2tape12 dav2ho14 daclv2bu daclv2na daclv2sa16 dav2kicl18 daclv2gy daclv2tagy21 daclv2gy24 daclv2ki24 inshse ||||Daovua has been hard at work building a factory so they can improve the quality of their blades. They've also decided to make a new line of knives with more classic Japanese shapes with flatter profiles, improved sharpness and better heat treatment using their leaf spring steel. These knives are taking them longer to make with better finish and nicer handles. We think they're a big step up.||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|daclv2bu||item-1||solidtemplate||buknupto16||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/daovua-classic-v2-bunka-165mm-253.png||||||Daovua Classic V2 Bunka 165mm||ClassicV2-Bunka||resources > bannobunkas > buknupto16 > ||Knife Types > Bunka Knives > Bunka Knives Up To 165mm > ||65.000||65.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Daovua has been hard at work building a factory so they can improve the quality of their blades. They've also decided to make a new line of knives with more classic Japanese shapes with flatter profiles, improved sharpness and upgraded steel. These knives are taking them longer to make with better finish and nicer handles. We think they're a big step up.

  • Weight: 4.0 oz/ 116g
  • Blade Length: 162mm
  • Overall Length: 303mm
  • Spine Thickness at Heel: 2.0mm
  • Blade Height at Heel: 47.2mm

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|daclv2gy||item-1||solidtemplate||21wahagy||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/daovua-classic-v2-gyuto-210mm-247.png||||||Daovua Classic V2 Gyuto 210mm||ClassicV2-Gyuto210||resources > gyutos > gyutos210mm > 21wahagy > ||Knife Types > Gyutos > Gyutos 210mm > 210mm Wa Handled Gyutos > ||70.000||70.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Daovua has been hard at work building a factory so they can improve the quality of their blades. They've also decided to make a new line of knives with more classic Japanese shapes with flatter profiles, improved sharpness and upgraded steel. These knives are taking them longer to make with better finish and nicer handles. We think they're a big step up.

  • Weight: 5.0 oz/ 144g
  • Blade Length: 212mm
  • Overall Length: 360mm
  • Spine Thickness at Heel: 2.1mm
  • Blade Height at Heel: 44.9mm

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|daclv2gy24||item-1||solidtemplate||waha24gy||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/daovua-classic-v2-gyuto-240mm-237.png||||||Daovua Classic V2 Gyuto 240mm||ClassicV2-Gyuto240||resources > gyutos > gyutos240mm > waha24gy > ||Knife Types > Gyutos > Gyutos 240mm > Wa Gyutos 240mm > ||75.000||75.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Daovua has been hard at work building a factory so they can improve the quality of their blades. They've also decided to make a new line of knives with more classic Japanese shapes with flatter profiles, improved sharpness and upgraded steel. These knives are taking them longer to make with better finish and nicer handles. We think they're a big step up.

  • Weight: 6.3 oz/ 178g
  • Blade Length: 240mm
  • Overall Length: 395mm
  • Spine Thickness at Heel: 2.4mm
  • Blade Height at Heel: 48.4mm||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|dav2ho14||item-1||solidtemplate||honesuki||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/daovua-v2-honesuki-145mm-87.png||||||Daovua Classic V2 Honesuki 145mm||ClassicV2-Honesuki||resources > honesuki > ||Knife Types > Honesukis > ||60.000||60.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Daovua is a small blacksmith shop in Vietnam and they have been hard at work building a factory to improve the quality of their blades. They've also decided to make a new line of knives with more classic Japanese shapes with flatter profiles, improved sharpness, and better heat treatment using their leaf spring steel. These knives take longer to make with better finish and nicer handles. We think they're a big step up.

  • Weight: 3.9 oz (112 g)
  • Blade Length: 146 mm
  • Total Length: 280 mm
  • Blade Thickness at Heel: 2.8 mm
  • Blade Height at Heel: 40.6 mm
  • Handle: Octagonal Cocobolo

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|daclv2ki24||item-1||solidtemplate||ki24andab||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/daovua-classic-v2-kiritsuke-240mm-267.png||||||Daovua Classic V2 Kiritsuke 240mm||ClassicV2-Kiritsuke||resources > kiritsukeknife > ki24andab > ||Knife Types > Kiritsukes > Kiritsukes 240mm and Above > ||75.000||75.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Daovua has been hard at work building a factory so they can improve the quality of their blades. They've also decided to make a new line of knives with more classic Japanese shapes with flatter profiles, improved sharpness and upgraded steel. These knives are taking them longer to make with better finish and nicer handles. We think they're a big step up.

  • Weight: 5.8 oz/ 166g
  • Blade Length: 241mm
  • Overall Length: 401mm
  • Spine Thickness at Heel: 2.2mm
  • Blade Height at Heel: 50.2mm||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|daclv2na||item-1||solidtemplate||wahana||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/daovua-classic-v2-nakiri-165mm-257.png||||||Daovua Classic V2 Nakiri 165mm||ClassicV2-Nakiri||resources > nakiri-knives > wahana > ||Knife Types > Nakiris > Wa Handled Nakiris > ||65.000||65.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Daovua has been hard at work building a factory so they can improve the quality of their blades. They've also decided to make a new line of knives with more classic Japanese shapes with flatter profiles, improved sharpness, and upgraded steel. These knives are taking them longer to make with better finish and nicer handles. We think they're a big step up.

  • Weight: 5.2 oz/ 148g
  • Blade Length: 157mm
  • Overall Length: 309mm
  • Spine Thickness at Heel: 2.2mm
  • Blade Height at Heel: 52.6mm||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|daclv2pe11||item-1||solidtemplate||75pekn||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/daovua-classic-v2-petty-115mm-157.png||||||Daovua Classic V2 Petty 115mm||ClassicV2-Petty115||resources > petty-knives > 75pekn > ||Knife Types > Petty Knives > 75mm-115mm Petty Knives > ||45.000||45.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Introducing the Daovua Classic V2 Petty 115mm. At Daovua, a small blacksmith shop in Vietnam, they are making unique carbon steel knives and crafting blades with traditional methods. They have worked tirelessly to build a new factory to improve quality and produce knives that are even better than before.

    Th V2 Classic line of knives boasts classic Japanese shapes with flatter profiles, ensuring an improved level of sharpness. Please remember these are carbon steel knives and will rust without proper care (wipe them dry after use).

  • Weight: 2.4 oz (68 g)
  • Blade Length: 115 mm
  • Total Length: 245 mm
  • Blade Thickness at Heel: 2 mm
  • Blade Height at Heel: 30 mm
  • Handle: Octagonal Ebony (they vary from knife to knife)

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|daclv2sa16||item-1||solidtemplate||wahasa||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/daovua-classic-v2-santoku-165mm-256.png||||||Daovua Classic V2 Santoku 165mm||ClassicV2-Santoku||resources > santokuknives > wahasa > ||Knife Types > Santokus > Wa Handled Santokus > ||65.000||65.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Daovua has been hard at work building a factory so they can improve the quality of their blades. They've also decided to make a new line of knives with more classic Japanese shapes with flatter profiles, improved sharpness, and upgraded steel. These knives are taking them longer to make with a better finish and nicer handles. We think they're a big step up.

  • Weight: 4.0 oz/ 114g
  • Blade Length: 165mm
  • Overall Length: 305mm
  • Spine Thickness at Heel: 1.8mm
  • Blade Height at Heel: 46.8mm

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|daclv2tagy21||item-1||solidtemplate||21wahagy||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/daovua-classic-v2-tall-gyuto-210mm-222.png||||||Daovua Classic V2 Tall Gyuto 210mm||ClassicV2-TallGyuto210||resources > gyutos > gyutos210mm > 21wahagy > ||Knife Types > Gyutos > Gyutos 210mm > 210mm Wa Handled Gyutos > ||75.000||75.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Daovua has been hard at work building a factory so they can improve the quality of their blades. They've also decided to make a new line of knives with more classic Japanese shapes with flatter profiles, improved sharpness and upgraded steel. These knives are taking them longer to make with better finish and nicer handles. We think they're a big step up. Please note these are carbon steel knives and they will rust if you don’t use, wash and towel dry after using.

  • Weight: 6.0 oz (170g)
  • Blade Length: 214mm
  • Overall Length: 362mm
  • Spine Thickness at Heel: 1.9mm
  • Blade Height at Heel: 65.0mm
  • Steel: Recycled leaf spring carbon steel

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|daclv2tape12||item-1||solidtemplate||120mmpettys||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/daovua-classic-v2-tall-petty-120mm-157.png||||||Daovua Classic V2 Tall Petty 120mm||ClassicV2-TallPetty||resources > petty-knives > 120mmpettys > ||Knife Types > Petty Knives > 120-140mm Pettys > ||49.950||49.950 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Daovua Classic V2 Tall Petty 120mm. Daovua is a small blacksmith shop in Vietnam and they have been hard at work building a factory so they can improve the quality of their blades. They've also decided to make a new line of knives with more classic Japanese shapes with flatter profiles, improved sharpness and better heat treatment using their leaf spring steel. These knives are taking them longer to make with better finish and nicer handles. We think they're a big step up.

  • Weight: 3.3 oz (94 g)
  • Blade Length: 123 mm
  • Total Length: 249 mm
  • Blade Thickness at Heel: 2 mm
  • Blade Height at Heel: 40.6 mm
  • Handle: Octagonal Cocobolo (they vary from knife to knife)

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  • Weight: 9.5 oz (270g)
  • Blade Length: 185mm
  • Overall Length: 332mm
  • Spine Thickness at Heel: 3mm
  • Blade Height at Heel: 83mm
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    The Daovua Bunka Style Knife is the most recent addition to a new line of knives from a young barefoot bladesmith we discovered working in Vietnam. He uses car and truck leaf springs as his steel of choice. This is not quite as crazy as it sounds because these car parts are made with some rather good high-carbon steel. Most leaf springs are made from 5160, which is an excellent blade of steel.

    We asked him to make us some unusual shapes that resemble traditional knives, and this fun bunka-style blade is one of his responses. The blade runs approximately 180mm at the edge and has a curved belly starting just a couple of inches from the heel. Every blade is going to be slightly different in these dimensions.

    Let’s make no mistake here. These knives do not possess the best fit and finish in the knife world! Rustic is a word that definitely comes to mind when looking at them. But the other word that comes out when you experience them is SHARP! These knives have a fantastic edge that if not perfectly out of the box, gets there quickly with a few strokes on your favorite stone.

    While the handle is also not perfect, it actually feels really nice in hand. A bit of sanding and some varnish or oil will take it to a very acceptable level. We think these knives are perfect for projects, new sharpeners, or anyone looking for a really low-cost cutter that has personality and uniqueness in spades. Watch the video below to see how they're made. Please remember these are made under crude conditions with used steel, so you should expect that they're rough and have imperfections that exceed most of our other knives. Expect dents, scratches, odd sizes, different handles, etc. If you're into great fit and finish or are overly particular, run away! If you want to try an excellent piece of living history and you're not uptight about a crude but excellent cutting tool, then you'll love it.

  • Edge: Double Bevel 50/50
  • Handle: Octagonal (wood varies from knife to knife)
  • Weight: 4.2 oz/ 120g
  • Blade Length: 187mm
  • Overall Length: 310mm
  • Spine Thickness at Heel: 2.1mm
  • Blade Height at Heel: 50.8mm

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|dalespgy21||item-1||solidtemplate||dalespstkn||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/daovua-leaf-spring-gyuto-210mm-392.png||||||Daovua Leaf Spring Gyuto 210mm||Daovua-Gyuto210||kitchen-knives > daovuaknives > dalespstkn > ||Knife Brands > Daovua Knives > Daovua Leaf Spring Steel Knives > ||64.000||64.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||We don't know if it's the price, the back story, or the actual knife, but these Daovua knives are flying off the shelves as soon as we receive them. We started working with this fledgling Vietnamese company less than a year ago. Back then their first offerings were best described as project knives! But with our input and the blacksmith's willingness to listen and learn, their quality has improved immensely.

    The kurouchi finish is now very smooth and long-lasting. The grinding is far more sophisticated. And the handle is a vast improvement over the originals. These are now very acceptable knives with surprisingly good edge geometry. We are still amazed at how they take an edge after sharpening.

    As the name suggests, the blades are made from old automotive leaf springs which, themselves, are usually made from 5160 carbon steel. This steel is highly regarded in the knife industry and many leading blacksmiths use leaf springs for their custom blades.

    This is the Naht family's first attempt at a gyuto and we are extremely pleased with the cutting performance. The heat treatment is also of a very respectable quality. Out of the box or with a quick trip to your stones, this knife will cut!

    So if you are looking to enter the world of carbon steel knives or you want to get into sharpening, we highly recommend this fun and functional knife. Our customers are certainly responding very favorably for all the right reasons! Please remember these are made under crude conditions with used steel so you should expect that they're rough and have imperfections that exceed most of our other knives. Expect dents, scratches odd sizes, different handles, etc. If you're into great fit and finish or are overly particular run away! If you want to try a cool piece of living history and you're not uptight about a crude but cool cutting tool then you'll love it.

  • Edge Length: 210mm
  • Height: 50.2mm
  • Weight: 5.8oz
  • Steel: Leaf Spring Carbon Steel
  • Location: Vietnam
  • Handle: (Wood type varies from knife to knife)

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|dalespgy24||item-1||solidtemplate||dalespstkn||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/daovua-leaf-spring-gyuto-240mm-484.png||||||Daovua Leaf Spring Gyuto 240mm ||Daovua-Gyuto230||kitchen-knives > daovuaknives > dalespstkn > ||Knife Brands > Daovua Knives > Daovua Leaf Spring Steel Knives > ||65.000||65.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||These Daovua knives are flying off the shelves as soon as we receive them. We started working with this fledgling Vietnamese company less than a year ago. Back then their first offerings were best described as project knives! But with our input and the blacksmith’s willingness to listen and learn, their quality has improved immensely.

    The kurouchi finish is now very smooth and longer-lasting. The grinding is far more sophisticated. And the handle is a vast improvement over the originals. These are now very acceptable knives with surprisingly good edge geometry. We are still amazed at how they take an edge after sharpening.

    As the name suggests, the blades are made from old automotive leaf springs which, themselves, are usually made from 5160 carbon steel. This steel is highly regarded in the knife industry and many leading blacksmiths use leaf springs for their custom blades.

    This is the Naht family's first attempt at a gyuto and we are extremely pleased with the cutting performance. The heat treatment is also of very respectable quality. Out of the box or with a quick trip to your stones, this knife will cut!

    So if you are looking to enter the world of carbon steel knives or you want to get into the sharpening, we highly recommend this fun and functional knife. Our customers are certainly responding very favorably for all the right reasons! Please remember these are made under crude conditions with used steel so you should expect that they're rough and have imperfections that exceed most of our other knives. Expect dents, scratches odd sizes, different handles, etc. If you're into great fit and finish or are overly particular run away! If you want to try a cool piece of living history and you're not uptight about a crude but cool cutting tool then you'll love it.

  • Maker: Daovua
  • The Nhat Family (Barefoot Blacksmith)
  • Steel: Recycled Leaf Spring Carbon Steel
  • Location: Vietnam
  • Weight: 6.2 oz/ 178g (Weight Varies)
  • Blade Length: 243mm (Sizes Vary)
  • Overall Length: 380mm (Sizes Vary)
  • Spine Thickness at Heel: 2.1mm (Sizes Vary)
  • Blade Height at Spine: 54.3mm (Height Varies)

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|dalesphobokn||item-1||solidtemplate||boning-knives||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/daovua-leaf-spring-honesuki-boning-knife-150mm-140.png||||||Daovua Leaf Spring Honesuki 150mm||Daovua-Honesuki||resources > boning-knives > ||Knife Types > Boning Knives > ||54.950||54.950 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||We started working with this fledgling Vietnamese company just over a year ago when their first offerings were best described as project knives! But with our input and the blacksmith’s willingness to listen and learn, the quality of their blades and handles has improved immensely.

    As the name suggests, the blades are made from old automotive leaf springs which, themselves, are usually made from 5160 carbon steel. This steel is highly regarded in the knife industry and many leading blacksmiths use leaf springs for their custom blades.

    Honesuki knives are boning knives specifically designed for parting out the poultry. These blades are stiff and robust with pointed tips and a triangular profile. This design enables the user to get into the tightest places and strip the meat from the bone with a precision no other blade can achieve. It is a knife similar to the torigarasuki/garasuki.

    The kurouchi finish on the blade is smooth and well-finished. And while the fit and finish are not stellar, the actual grinds of these low-cost blades are rather special. The heat treatment is also of very respectable quality. These basic blades will make a great intro knife for a new chef, a project knife for budding sharpeners, or home cooks looking for their first experience with carbon blades.

  • Weight: 3.9 oz/ 112g
  • Edge Length: 146 mm
  • Overal Length:280 mm
  • Blade Thickness at Heel: 2.8 mm
  • Blade Height at Heel: 40.6 mm
  • Handle: Bubinga
  • Edge Grind: Even, Double Bevel

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|dalespho2n||item-1||solidtemplate||closeouts||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/daovua-leaf-spring-honesuki-2nds-13.png||||||Daovua Leaf Spring Honesuki 2nds||Daovua-Honesuki-2nds||specials > closeouts > ||Resources > CKTG Close Outs > ||40.000||55.000 ||40.000 ||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Daovua Leaf Spring Honesuki 2nds. These carbon steel knives have a loyal following and are a great bang for the buck but occasionally they come with a little too rustic especially on the kurouchi finish. These are new knives and ready to use. Save $15.||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|dalespki24||item-1||solidtemplate||dalespstkn||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/daovua-leaf-spring-kiritsuke-240mm-301.png||||||Daovua Leaf Spring Kiritsuke 240mm||Daovua-Kiritsuke||kitchen-knives > daovuaknives > dalespstkn > ||Knife Brands > Daovua Knives > Daovua Leaf Spring Steel Knives > ||74.950||74.950 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||This can be used like an usuba to cut vegetables or as a yanagiba to slice raw fish. However, this is a Western-style Kiritsuke knife, so it is ground on both sides of the blade for ease of use and maintenance. Knives like this are sometimes referred to as a kiritsuke gyuto. This design is easier to use and sharpen than the traditional single-bevel kiritsuke. It also allows for an ambidextrous personality to the knife.

    The Daovua interpretation of this style blade has a more pronounced belly than most other kiris, making it a good choice for push-and-pull-cutting and rocking techniques. However, the extended edge length also makes it a very workable slicer.

    We believe these knives are perfect for new users, projects, budding sharpeners, or anyone looking for a really well-priced cutter with personality and uniqueness in spades. Watch the video below to see how they're made. Please remember that these are made under crude conditions with used steel, so you should expect that they're rough and have imperfections that exceed most of our other knives. All measurements are approximations.

  • Weight: 6.9 oz/ 196g
  • Blade Length: 238 mm
  • Overall Length: 380 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Heel: 2.5 mm
  • Blade Height at Heel: 58.8 mm
  • Edge: Double Bevel 50/50
  • Handle: Wood Octagonal (wood type varies from knife to knife)

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|dalespko||item-1||solidtemplate||dalespstkn||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/daovua-leaf-spring-kogatana-sale-118.png||||||Daovua Leaf Spring Kogatana||Daovua-Kogatana||kitchen-knives > daovuaknives > dalespstkn > ||Knife Brands > Daovua Knives > Daovua Leaf Spring Steel Knives > ||25.990||25.990 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Daovua Leaf Spring Kogatana Sale! These handy knives are great to have around the office or shop. We use them for box cutters.

  • Weight: 1.7 ounces
  • Blade Length: 60 mm
  • Overall Length: 200 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 1.88 mm
  • Blade Height: 19.0 mm

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|knfogrbuy||item-1||solidtemplate||dalespstkn||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/knife-forum-group-buy-229.png||||||Daovua Leaf Spring Nakiri 165mm||Daovua-Nakiri||kitchen-knives > daovuaknives > dalespstkn > ||Knife Brands > Daovua Knives > Daovua Leaf Spring Steel Knives > ||54.950||54.950 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||New handle as of 10/15/2021.

    We recently came across a young blacksmith who works with his family in Vietnam making knife and tool blades out of old car parts. This barefoot smith uses old car and truck leaf springs as his source material. This is not as crazy as it sounds as many top-flight blacksmiths dip into this deep well to make their highly prized blades. Unlike these guys, the Nhat family makes more down-to-earth creations that are more function than form.

    The first knife we had him make for us was a nakiri. We sold out of the first shipment immediately, but they are now back in stock. It is important to remember that these knives are very basic in terms of fit and finish. They are certainly not beauty queens. But what they are is supremely capable cutters with an edge geometry that is surprisingly good. The heat treatment, likewise, is a very respectable quality. Out of the box or with a quick trip to your stones, this knife will cut!

    It has a fairly curved belly for a nakiri, which usually are quite flat. The blade is average in length at about 175mm and is quite tall at 60mm. The kurouchi finish is quite flat and adds to the rustic nature of this fun and very functional knife.

  • Weight: 4.8 oz/ 135g
  • Blade Length: 164mm
  • Overall Length: 308mm
  • Spine Thickness at Heel: 1.9mm
  • Blade Height at Heel: 55.7mm
  • Handle: Bubinga
  • Edge Grind: Double Bevel Even

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|dalesppe21||item-1||solidtemplate||210mmpettys||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/daovua-leaf-spring-petty-210mm-245.png||||||Daovua Leaf Spring Petty 210mm||Daovua-Petty210||resources > petty-knives > 210mmpettys > ||Knife Types > Petty Knives > 170-210mm Pettys > ||60.000||60.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||These Daovua knives are flying off the shelves as soon as we receive them. We started working with this fledgling Vietnamese company less than a year ago. Back then their first offerings were best described as project knives! But with our input and the blacksmith’s willingness to listen and learn, their quality has improved immensely.

    The kurouchi finish is now very smooth and long-lasting. The grinding is far more sophisticated. And the handle is a vast improvement over the originals. These are now very acceptable knives with surprisingly good edge geometry. We are still amazed at how they take an edge after sharpening.

    As the name suggests, the blades are made from old automotive leaf springs which, themselves, are usually made from 5160 carbon steel. This steel is highly regarded in the knife industry and many leading blacksmiths use leaf springs for their custom blades.

    This is the Naht family's first attempt at a petty and we are extremely pleased with the cutting performance. The heat treatment is also of a very respectable quality. Out of the box or with a quick trip to your stones, this knife will cut!

    So if you are looking to enter the world of carbon steel knives or you want to get into sharpening, we highly recommend this fun and functional knife. Our customers are certainly responding very favorably for all the right reasons! Please remember these are made under crude conditions with used steel so you should expect that they're rough and have imperfections that exceed most of our other knives. Expect dents, scratches odd sizes, different handles etc. If you're into great fit and finish or are overly particular run away! If you want to try a cool piece of living history and you're not uptight about a crude but cool cutting tool then you'll love it.

  • Maker: Daovua
  • The Nhat Family (Barefoot Blacksmith)
  • Steel: Recycled Leaf Spring Carbon Steel
  • Location: Vietnam
  • Edge: Double Bevel 50/50
  • Weight: 4.1 oz/ 116g
  • Blade Length: 215mm
  • Overall Length: 365mm
  • Spine Thickness at Heel: 2.5mm
  • Blade Height at Heel: 32.3mm
  • Handle Varies but the current picture is what most of them look like||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|dalesppicl18||item-1||solidtemplate||cleavers||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/daovua-leaf-spring-piranha-cleaver-185mm-225.png||||||Daovua Leaf Spring Piranha Cleaver 185mm||Daovua-Piranha||resources > cleavers > ||Knife Types > Cleavers > ||70.000||70.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Daovua Leaf Spring Piranha Cleaver 185mm. This is a type of Korean butcher knife. Great for chopping and breaking down proteins, and it can take a punch. These knives are easy to handle and have an interesting and cool look. This comes with a D handle and features leaf spring steel recycled from autos.

  • Made By Daovua in Vietnam. Home of the Barefoot Blacksmith.
  • Steel: Leaf Spring Carbon Steel
  • Handle: D Shape
  • Weight: 8.5 oz/ 242g
  • Blade Length: 190mm
  • Overall Length: 307mm
  • Spine Thickness at Heel: 3.1mm
  • Blade Height at Heel: 84.9mm

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|dalespsa18||item-1||solidtemplate||dalespstkn||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/daovua-leaf-spring-santoku-180mm-198.png||||||Daovua Leaf Spring Santoku 175mm ||Daovua-Santoku||kitchen-knives > daovuaknives > dalespstkn > ||Knife Brands > Daovua Knives > Daovua Leaf Spring Steel Knives > ||60.000||60.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||We just love finding new and unusual knife makers, anytime and anywhere. They bring a fresh dimension to the more standard offerings and get us all looking in a new way at what a good knife is, and should be. Whether it’s in terms of construction, materials used, shapes, or grinds employed, or as simple as offerings at unusual prices, we just love finding those who operate outside of the box.

    We came across a charming, young, bare-footed blacksmith from Vietnam who was not only yearning to offer us his unusual knives but also to try to make use of our experience in making some to our specifications. This was a chance not to be missed. Following some interesting first attempts, we are now seeing the fruits and rewards of this partnership.

    These are pretty basic blades that will make a great intro knife for a new chef, a project knife for budding sharpeners, or home cooks looking for their first experience with carbon blades. But while the fit and finish are not stellar, the actual grinds of these low-cost blades are rather special. The heat treatment is also of a very respectable quality. These knives are sharp and they will cut! Some of them might need a touch on your favorite stone, but a few passes and you will have a razor of a knife on your hands.

    Please remember these are made under crude conditions with used steel so you should expect that they're rough and have imperfections that exceed most of our other knives. Expect dents, scratches odd sizes, different handles, etc. If you're into great fit and finish or are overly particular run away! If you want to try a cool piece of living history and you're not uptight about a crude but cool cutting tool then you'll love it.

  • Maker: Daovua Cooperative
  • Location: Vietnam
  • Edge Grind: Even
  • Edge Length: 175mm
  • Height: 50mm
  • Weight: 4.4oz (124g)
  • Steel: Leaf Spring Carbon Steel
  • Location: Vietnam
  • Handle: Octagonal with local woods (They vary from knife to knife)

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|dalespsa17fi||item-1||solidtemplate||closeouts||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/daovua-leaf-spring-santoku-175mm-finish-issues-54.png||||||Daovua Leaf Spring Santoku 175mm - Blade Finish Issues||Daovua-SantokuSecond||specials > closeouts > ||Resources > CKTG Close Outs > ||45.000||60.000 ||45.000 ||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||These knives arrived from the manufacturer with issues with the finish on the blade that are visible in pictures 1, 2, and 3.

    We just love finding new and unusual knife makers, anytime and anywhere. They bring a fresh dimension to the more standard offerings and get us all looking in a new way at what a good knife is, and should be. Whether it’s in terms of construction, materials used, shapes, or grinds employed, or as simple as offerings at unusual prices, we just love finding those who operate outside of the box.

    We came across a charming, young, bare-footed blacksmith from Vietnam who was not only yearning to offer us his unusual knives but also to try to make use of our experience in making some to our specifications. This was a chance not to be missed. Following some interesting first attempts, we are now seeing the fruits and rewards of this partnership.

    These are pretty basic blades that will make a great intro knife for a new chef, a project knife for budding sharpeners, or home cooks looking for their first experience with carbon blades. But while the fit and finish are not stellar, the actual grinds of these low-cost blades are rather special. The heat treatment is also of a very respectable quality. These knives are sharp and they will cut! Some of them might need a touch on your favorite stone, but a few passes and you will have a razor of a knife on your hands.

    Please remember these are made under crude conditions with used steel so you should expect that they're rough and have imperfections that exceed most of our other knives. Expect dents, scratches odd sizes, different handles, etc. If you're into great fit and finish or are overly particular run away! If you want to try a cool piece of living history and you're not uptight about a crude but cool cutting tool then you'll love it.

  • Maker: Daovua Cooperative
  • Location: Vietnam
  • Edge Grind: Even
  • Edge Length: 175mm
  • Height: 50mm
  • Weight: 4.4oz (124g)
  • Steel: Leaf Spring Carbon Steel
  • Location: Vietnam
  • Handle: Octagonal with local woods (They vary from knife to knife)||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|dalespsl27||item-1||solidtemplate||dalespstkn||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/daovua-leaf-spring-slicer-275mm-340.png||||||Daovua Leaf Spring Slicer 270mm||Daovua-Slicer||kitchen-knives > daovuaknives > dalespstkn > ||Knife Brands > Daovua Knives > Daovua Leaf Spring Steel Knives > ||75.000||75.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||New Handle design as of 7/14/2021.

    These Daovua knives are flying off the shelves as soon as we receive them. We started working with this fledgling Vietnamese company less than a year ago. Back then their first offerings were best described as project knives! But with our input and the blacksmith’s ability to make adjustments, their quality has improved immensely.

    The kurouchi finish is now very smooth and longer lasting. The grinding is far more sophisticated. And the handle is a vast improvement over the originals. These are now very acceptable knives with surprisingly good edge geometry. We are still amazed at how they take an edge after sharpening.

    As the name suggests, the blades are made from old automotive leaf springs which, themselves, are usually made from 5160 carbon steel. This steel is highly regarded in the knife industry and many leading blacksmiths use leaf springs for their custom blades.

    This is the Naht family's first attempt at a sujihiki and we are extremely pleased with the cutting performance. The heat treatment is also of a very respectable quality. Out of the box or with a quick trip to your stones, this knife will cut!

    So if you are looking to enter the world of carbon steel knives or you want to get into sharpening, we highly recommend this fun and functional knife. Our customers are certainly responding very favorably for all the right reasons. Please remember these are made with used steel so you should expect that they have imperfections that exceed most of our other knives. If you want to try a cool piece of living history and you're not concerned with perfect fit and finish, you'll love it.

  • Maker: Daovua
  • The Nhat Family (Barefoot Blacksmith)
  • Steel: Recycled Leaf Spring Carbon Steel
  • Location: Vietnam
  • Edge Length: 260-270mm (sizes vary)
  • Blade Height: 36.5mm (height varies)
  • Weight: 6-7 oz (weight varies)
  • Handle: Bubinga
  • Edge Grind: Double Bevel Even

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    Just watching the video below should be enough to get you intrigued about this knife and its maker. We originally purchased a handful of knives from him to give our forum members a chance to try them. Well, the response was overwhelmingly positive…in the main! So we are having him make more for us using our members’ input to improve the product.

    The knives do not possess the highest level of fit and finish. They are not made from exotic materials. And they are as much a curio as a desirable kitchen knife. But what they do possess is a character and an ability to cut that is as good as many knives we sell.

    The blades themselves are fashioned from old leaf springs. These auto cast-offs are actually a great source of knife steel, usually being made from 5160 steel. In fact, many highly regarded US custom knife makers use this steel source for their expensive creations. The edge profile is all belly. There is not a flat spot to be seen! But the blade is super thin and ground really well. With a height of 90mm and an edge length of about 210mm, it resembles a classic Chinese cleaver ratio.

    Putting aside the less-than-perfect finish, one thing everyone agrees on is their cutting ability. These blades are sharp and take an incredible edge. For someone looking for a unique version of a cleaver, a fun project knife, or a sharpening practice knife, the Daovua is a perfect and high-value choice. Please remember these are made under crude conditions with used steel so you should expect that they're rough and have imperfections that exceed most of our other knives. Expect dents, scratches odd sizes, different handles, etc. If you're into great fit and finish or are overly particular run away! If you want to try a cool piece of living history and you're not uptight about a crude but cool cutting tool then you'll love it.

  • Weight: 9.1 oz/ 260g
  • Blade Length: 200mm
  • Overall Length: 342mm
  • Spine Thickness at Heel: 2.0mm
  • Blade Height at Heel: 90.0mm
  • Handle: (Wood type varies from knife to knife)

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|dalespstkn14||item-1||solidtemplate||dalespstkn||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/daovua-leaf-spring-steak-knife-115mm-337.png||||||Daovua Leaf Spring Steak Knife 115mm||Daovua-Steak||kitchen-knives > daovuaknives > dalespstkn > ||Knife Brands > Daovua Knives > Daovua Leaf Spring Steel Knives > ||44.950||44.950 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Now who wouldn’t want to cut their perfectly cooked, sizzling steak with a blade made from an old truck leaf spring? Tell that your friend who is not into knives and they will surely think you mad! But around these parts, we know that one of the best steels to recycle for kitchen knife use is that found in automotive leaf springs. These auto cast-offs are usually made from 5160 steel, which is a wonderful alloy for many knife blade applications. In fact several highly regarded custom knife makers use this steel source for their (sometimes) expensive creations. These knives are carbon steel so you need to keep them dry after using and washing or they will rust.

    We discovered Daovua, a Vietnamese company, just over a year ago. And while their first blades could best be described as project knives, input from our customers and us, and the blacksmith’s willingness to listen and learn, has resulted in a huge improvement in quality.

    The kurouchi finish is very smooth and long-lasting. The grinding is really sophisticated. And the handle is really well made and quite lovely to hold. These are very acceptable knives with surprisingly good edge geometry. We are still amazed at how they take an edge after sharpening.

    This is the first steak knife that they have made for us and you can color us impressed!

    So when you have your friends over for a steak dinner next time, surprise them with these works of art that have come from nothing more than a junked old car and a few pieces of wood!

  • Location: Vietnam
  • Construction: Hammer Forged, Mono Steel
  • Steel Type: Recycled Leaf Spring Steel (Carbon Steel)
  • Edge Length: 115mm
  • Total Length: 241mm
  • Weight: 52g / 1.8oz
  • Blade Height: 27mm
  • Handle: Bubinga
  • Edge Grind: Double Bevel Even

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|dalespstkn11||item-1||solidtemplate||closeouts||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/newitem-26754.png||||||Daovua Leaf Spring Steak Knife 115mm - Blade Finish Issues||Daovua-SteakSeconds||specials > closeouts > ||Resources > CKTG Close Outs > ||40.000||44.950 ||40.000 ||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||These knives arrived from the manufacturer with finish issues on the blade, which are visible in the pictures.

    Now who wouldn’t want to cut their perfectly cooked, sizzling steak with a blade made from an old truck leaf spring? Tell that your friend who is not into knives and they will surely think you mad! But around these parts, we know that one of the best steels to recycle for kitchen knife use is that found in automotive leaf springs. These auto cast-offs are usually made from 5160 steel, which is a wonderful alloy for many knife blade applications. In fact several highly regarded custom knife makers use this steel source for their (sometimes) expensive creations. These knives are carbon steel so you need to keep them dry after using and washing or they will rust.

    We discovered Daovua, a Vietnamese company, just over a year ago. And while their first blades could best be described as project knives, input from our customers and us, and the blacksmith’s willingness to listen and learn, has resulted in a huge improvement in quality.

    The kurouchi finish is very smooth and long-lasting. The grinding is really sophisticated. And the handle is really well made and quite lovely to hold. These are very acceptable knives with surprisingly good edge geometry. We are still amazed at how they take an edge after sharpening.

    This is the first steak knife that they have made for us and you can color us impressed!

    So when you have your friends over for a steak dinner next time, surprise them with these works of art that have come from nothing more than a junked old car and a few pieces of wood!

  • Location: Vietnam
  • Construction: Hammer Forged, Mono Steel
  • Steel Type: Recycled Leaf Spring Steel (Carbon Steel)
  • Edge Length: 115mm
  • Total Length: 241mm
  • Weight: 52g / 1.8oz
  • Blade Height: 27mm
  • Handle: Bubinga
  • Edge Grind: Double Bevel Even||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|dalespstkn||item.||solidtemplate||daovuaknives||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/daovua-leaf-spring-steel-knives-91.png||||||Daovua Leaf Spring Steel Knives||||kitchen-knives > daovuaknives > ||Knife Brands > Daovua Knives > ||||||||||||||||0||1||0||0||||inshse dalespko dalespstkn14 dalesptape dalesphobokn knfogrbuy dalespsa18 dalesptana17 dalespkicl18 dasastkn dalesppicl18 dasmvecl18 dalespgy21 dalesppe21 dalespgy24 dalespki24 dalespsl27 ||||Daovua Leaf Spring Steel Knives. Made in Vietnam.||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|dalesptana17||item-1||solidtemplate||cleavers||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/daovua-leaf-spring-tall-nakiri-175mm-318.png||||||Daovua Leaf Spring Tall Nakiri 175mm||Daovua-TallNakiri||resources > cleavers > ||Knife Types > Cleavers > ||65.000||65.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||As the saying goes, great oaks from little acorns grow. While not quite a great oak, the Daovua knife company has grown—from a fledgling enterprise in Vietnam making knife and tool blades out of old car parts, to a thriving business that has spread into making some really great kitchen utensils at super attractive prices.

    Their blades are fashioned from recycled leaf springs taken from old cars and trucks. This is not as bizarre as it sounds as many top-flight blacksmiths dip into this widely available source to make their highly prized blades. But unlike these fancy and often expensive works of art, the Nhat family makes more down-to-earth creations that are more function than form.

    This knife is a classic nakiri in shape and profile but with a much taller stance. It is almost a cross between a cleaver and nakiri except that it is very thin and made to cut vegetables of all kinds with ease. One outstanding attribute of these blades is how they take an incredibly sharp edge.

    So for someone seeking a unique version of a nakiri, the Daovua Tall Nakiri is a perfect and high-value choice. Please remember these are made under fairly rough conditions with recycled steel, so you should expect that they will have imperfections that you will not see in our other knives. But this should not dissuade anyone looking for a low-priced kitchen knife that is exceedingly sharp and rather unique.

  • Maker: Daovua
  • Steel: Leaf Spring Carbon Steel
  • Handle: Bubinga
  • Edge Grind: Even, Double Bevel
  • Weight: 7.3 oz/ 206g
  • Blade Length: 177mm
  • Overal Length: 324mm
  • Spine Thickness at Heel: 2.0mm
  • Blade Height at Heel: 74.8mm

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|dalesptape||item-1||solidtemplate||dalespstkn||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/daovua-leaf-spring-tall-petty-208.png||||||Daovua Leaf Spring Tall Petty 130mm||Daovua-TallPetty||kitchen-knives > daovuaknives > dalespstkn > ||Knife Brands > Daovua Knives > Daovua Leaf Spring Steel Knives > ||46.000||46.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Believe it or not, car and truck leaf springs make great knife blades! These discarded automotive parts are a very good source of knife steel as they are usually made from 5160 carbon steel. Many highly regarded custom knife makers use this steel source to great effect for their highly desirable custom creations.

    A young barefoot bladesmith we discovered working in Vietnam uses this interesting source to make some very funky and fun blades for us. And our customers are full of praise for many of their attributes. But let’s get this out of the way—one of these attributes is not fit and finish! They are rough and ready with an emphasis on rough. These are basic blades that will make a great project knife for budding sharpeners or new chefs looking for something to play with. But while the F & F leaves room for improvement the actual grinds of these budget blades are rather special. These knives are sharp and they will cut! Some of them might need a touch on your favorite stone, but a few passes and you will have a razor of a knife on your hands.

    The profile of this tall petty is as rounded as we've seen, so it will resonate with the rockers out there. It is a monster at chopping herbs and other small ingredients. Like the blade, the handle is not the best in the industry but with a bit of sanding and maybe some varnish and you will have a grip that is easy and secure in your hands.

    So if you seek a fun project knife or a cheap and cheerful small ingredient chopper, the Daovua might just be all you need. Plus you get to tell a great story about it and its makers!

  • Brand: Daovua
  • Blacksmith: Nhat Family
  • Location: Vietnam
  • Construction: Hammer Forged, Mono Steel
  • Steel Type: Recycled Leaf Spring Steel
  • Handle: Bubinga
  • Edge Grind: Even, Double Bevel
  • Weight: 2.9 oz/ 82g
  • Blade Length: 126mm
  • Spine Thickness at Heel: 2.0mm
  • Blade Height at Heel: 41.1mm

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|dalespkicl18||item-1||solidtemplate||cleavers||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/daovua-leaf-spring-kiri-cleaver-180mm-303.png||||||Daovua Leaf Spring The Tank 180mm||Daovua-TheTank||resources > cleavers > ||Knife Types > Cleavers > ||70.000||70.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||How can you not want this knife? Just one look at the blade. One listen to the story behind it. Any knife loving collector will find it hard to resist!

    For over a year we have been buying knives from a company in Vietnam that we discovered by pure chance. We started off with a very simple and very rough santoku. But during that time we have seen a huge improvement in the knives they send us and an ever-increasing diversity to those knives in terms of styles and profiles.

    Enter the Kiri Cleaver! This unique blade is basically a kiritsuke-tipped cleaver. It has a fairly substantial curve to the edge, making it a rocker’s dream. But the tanto tip makes it a better choice for more delicate slicing and food prep. Also, the reverse angle tip means there is a lower spine-to-edge ratio. Less spine, less weight. In this case we think it represents almost a 2oz saving over a regular cleaver of similar dimensions! (Please note that all measurements are approximate.)

    The blades themselves are fashioned from old leaf springs. These auto cast-offs are a great source of knife steel, usually made from 5160 steel. A well-finished and good-looking octagonal handle finishes off this unusual but efficient cutting tool.

  • Blacksmith: Daovua
  • Location: Vietnam
  • Construction: Mono Steel Hammer Forged
  • Steel Type: Leaf Spring Steel (Recycled Carbon Steel)
  • Weight: 9.6 oz/ 274g
  • Blade Length: 182 mm
  • Overall Length: 335 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Heel: 3.3 mm
  • Blade Height at Heel: 86.6 mm
  • Edge: Double Bevel 50/50
  • Handle: Octagonal (they vary from knife to knife)

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|deba-knives||item-1||solidtemplate||resources||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/deba-knives-71.png||||||Deba Knives||||resources > ||Knife Types > ||||||||||||||||1||1||0||0||||dekn10 dekn18 dekn21andla ||||Debas are thick, stout knives traditionally used in Japan for filleting fish. Some users adapt the edge of these knives to other kitchen tasks such as parting out poultry or for use as a vegetable cleaver but the knife is designed to excel in the preparation of fish. Most debas are single bevel meaning the knife is ground on one side only and the back side of the knife is flat.||||||||http://chefknivestogo.stores.turbify.net/deba-knives.html||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|dekn10||item.||solidtemplate||deba-knives||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/deba-knives-105-165mm-46.png||||||Deba Knives 105-170mm||||resources > deba-knives > ||Knife Types > Deba Knives > ||||||||hasibebl2de12||||||||0||1||0||0||||iswh2de16 kobl2nakode1 miwh2kode10 okgikode101 okw2kode10 okko10doedse kobl2nakode11 okko12 tainde13 kitaoka6 okde15doedse sawh2de15 tainde15leha tash2de15 enwh2de16 hasibebl2de1 hasibewh2de1 kibl2de16 ki16debl2 kidade16wh1 moasde16 risade165mm sawh2de18leh tabl2de16 tatowh2us21 toinlehade18 tainde16 tash2de16 tosh16de tsbl2kude16 ||||Here is our full selection of deba knives that are in the 100-165mm length category.||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|dekn18||item.||solidtemplate||deba-knives||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/deba-knives-180mm-92.png||||||Deba Knives 180mm||||resources > deba-knives > ||Knife Types > Deba Knives > ||||||||||||||||0||1||0||0||||doisansatage doideba enwh2de18 hasibebl2de11 hasibewh2de11 ki18debl2 kidade18wh1 makk18de miwh2de18le moritakadeba1 risade180mm sabl2de18 shasshtede18 tabl2de18 tainde18 shtabl2sa16 tainde18leha tash2de18 tojiro2 tohade18 ||||Here are our deba knives in the 180mm size category. Deba knives are usually thick and are used to process fish by Japanese cooks.||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|dekn21andla||item.||solidtemplate||deba-knives||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/deba-knives-210mm-and-larger-51.png||||||Deba Knives 195mm and Larger||||resources > deba-knives > ||Knife Types > Deba Knives > ||||||||||||||||0||1||0||0||||doibl2de21 hasibewh2de12 kibl2mide21 kibl2mide24 tagrchaewede sawh2de21 saw2mide21 sawh2mide24 deba195 deba210 ||||Here are our large Deba knives. Included here are mioroshi debas that are shorter and usually longer than standard deba knives. They're usually used for breaking down large fish like Tuna.||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|dest3xmaba||item-1||solidtemplate||strops||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/denim-strop-3x11-magnet-backing-140.png||||||Denim Strop 3x11" Magnet Backing||DenimLarge||specials > linecooks > shac > strops > ||Resources > For Professionals > Sharpening Accessories > Strops > ||6.950||6.950 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Denim has long been used by knife sharpeners in the know and we thought we would do our take on this time tested method and have them cut to size and fitted with our magnetic backing for use on the CKTG strop base. Denim cloth is very well suited for stropping both knives and razors. It takes fine compounds and holds them in the fabric very well and it also doesn't impart any grit to the sharpening process so when you use it loaded with diamond spray the results are a super fine edge without the substrate contributing to the sharpening. We encourage you to give one a try and we believe once you try a denim strop you'll get great results!

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|diamondplates||item.||solidtemplate||shac||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/diamond-plates-59.png||||||Diamond Plates||||specials > linecooks > shac > ||Resources > For Professionals > Sharpening Accessories > ||||||||||||||||0||1||0||0||||at14dipl atoma325400pad atoma1200pad at140grdiplr ck80grdipl 140grdistflp ckcodipl40 nahorinllapl shdilapl at140slpl1x2 atslpl400 atslpl1 chdipa25mi chdipa5mi chdipa75mi chdipa1mi adwasibr ||||Here is our full selection of diamond plates for sharpening and flattening stones.||||||||http://chefknivestogo.stores.turbify.net/diamondplates.html||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|dmt||item.||solidtemplate||sharpening-stones||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/dmt-dia-sharp-plates-53.png||||||Diamond Plates & Products||||specials > linecooks > sharpening-stones > ||Resources > For Professionals > Sharpening Stones > ||||||||||||||||0||1||0||0||||dmddist10 dmddist30 dmddist60 dmddist12 ck80grdipl 140grdistflp at14dipl ri2ozdisp25m ri5mistsp2oz ri1midisp2oz chdipa25mi chdipa5mi chdipa75mi chdipa1mi chdipa3mi at140grdiplr atoma325400pad atoma1200pad atoma1403 atoma1402 atoma140 at140slpl1x2 atslpl400 atslpl1 ||||We have a wides selection of diamond plates, sprays and pastes for all your sharpening needs.||||||||http://chefknivestogo.stores.turbify.net/dmt.html||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|diplforedpro||item.||solidtemplate||edgepro||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/atoma-diamond-plates-for-edge-pro-53.png||||||Diamond Plates For Edge Pro||||specials > linecooks > sharpening-stones > edgepro > ||Resources > For Professionals > Sharpening Stones > Edge Pro > ||||||||||||||||0||1||0||0||||edpro450grdi edpro950grdi edpro17dimas ckdiplset12 80grdiplfore ck400grdiplf ck1kdiplfore atoma1403 atoma1402 atoma140 edproesacpa at140slpl1x2 ||||Atoma has come up with a fantastic diamond mesh sharpening plate and they're perfect for use on the Edge Pro. Atomas are consistent, fast cutting, and they don't dish so you get a consistent sharpening angle even when switching between plates.||||||||http://chefknivestogo.stores.turbify.net/diplforedpro.html||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|dmt1||item.||solidtemplate||equipment||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/dmt-diamond-plates-47.png||||||Diamond Products||||equipment > ||Suppliers > ||||||||||||||||0||1||0||0||||ck80grdipl 140grdistflp ckcodipl40 at14dipl atoma325400pad atoma1200pad at140grdiplr shdilapl dmddist10 dmddist30 dmddist60 dmddist12 atoma1403 atoma1402 atoma140 at140slpl1x2 atslpl400 atslpl1 ||||Here are some of our diamond sharpening stones, rods and other tools.||||||||http://chefknivestogo.stores.turbify.net/dmt1.html||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|dispandpa||item.||solidtemplate||shac||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/diamond-sprays-and-pastes-72.png||||||Diamond Sprays and Pastes||||specials > linecooks > shac > ||Resources > For Professionals > Sharpening Accessories > ||||||||||||||||0||1||0||0||||ri2ozdisp1mi ri2ozdisp25m ri5mistsp2oz ri1midisp2oz chdipa25mi chdipa5mi chdipa75mi chdipa1mi chdipa3mi chdipa5mi1 ||||Diamond Sprays and Pastes work great for stropping your edges. We have a full selection of stropping compounds in paste, emulsion and spray form for all your needs.||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|dmddist10||item-1||solidtemplate||dmt1||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/dmd-diamond-stone-1000-28.png||||||DMD Diamond Stone 1000#||LX-1501||equipment > dmt1 > ||Suppliers > Diamond Products > ||45.000||45.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Sharpening Stone 1000 Grit Professional Diamond Resin.

  • Grit: 1000#
  • Size: 200*75*16*1mm
  • Bonded to aluminum base
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  • Grit: 12000#
  • Size: 200*75*16*1mm
  • Bonded to aluminum base
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  • Grit: 3000#
  • Size: 200*75*16*1mm
  • Bonded to aluminum base
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  • Grit: 6000#
  • Size: 200*75*16*1mm
  • Bonded to aluminum base
  • Very slow wearing stones||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|mss-email-info||item-1||mss-email-info||||||||||Do Not Delete!!||||||||||||||||||||||1||1||0||0||||||||||||||||http://chefknivestogo.stores.turbify.net/mss-email-info.html||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|doberman||item-1||solidtemplate||fillet-knives||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/doberman-93.png||||||Doberman Filet Knife 8"||C6||resources > fillet-knives > ||Knife Types > Fillet Knives > ||325.000||325.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Gabe Mabry of the Doberman Forge, located in Albemarle, North Carolina is the maker of this beautiful creation.

    Gabe comes from a culinary background so he designs and grinds his knives for peak performance. It's mono steel construction using the highly regarded 80crv2–his favorite steel. It’s a low alloy tool steel fairly similar to 5160 toughness with more carbon and similar edge retention to 52100 ball bearing steel. HRC is 61. This was chosen as the preferred steel by our forum members in a poll taken earlier this year. The basic profile is that of a standard filet knife.

    The knife has a full tang which is beautifully shaped to allow for a very comfortable and attractively sculpted handle, in this case made from G10. The blade is finished to an extremely high standard as is the handle, resulting in a very unique knife package made for you by a true artisan of the forge. It includes the leather sheath pictured.

  • Brand: Doberman Forge
  • Bladesmith: Gabe Mabry
  • Location: Albemarle, North Carolina
  • Construction: Mono Steel
  • Steel Type: 80CRV2
  • HRC: 61
  • Grind: Even
  • Handle: Western G10
  • Type: Fillet
  • Weight: 4.7oz / 134 g
  • Edge Length: 190 mm
  • Overall Length: 330 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 2.5 mm
  • Blade Height at Heel: 23.5 mm
  • Includes the Leather Sheath||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|dobermanforge||item.||solidtemplate||forknco||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/doberman-forge-72.png||||||Doberman Forge||||specials > forknco > ||Resources > For Knife Collectors > ||||||||||||||||0||1||0||0||||dofo52mich13 dofo80pa3 dofo80mich13 dofo80bu16 doberman dofo52gy211 dofo80gy21 dofo52frch24 dofomagy21 ||||Doberman Forge is owned and operated by Gabe Mabry and he named his company after an amazing family pet. Gabe strives to pound the same qualities of his dog into his blades: Elegance (design), intelligence (making process), attentiveness (attention to detail), loyalty (everlasting). A friend for life, a one-of-a-kind knife!||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|dofo52frch24||item-1||solidtemplate||dobermanforge||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/doberman-forge-52100-french-chef-240mm-301.png||||||Doberman Forge 1095 French Chef 240mm||C7||specials > forknco > dobermanforge > ||Resources > For Knife Collectors > Doberman Forge > ||450.000||450.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Doberman Forge 80CRV2 French Chef 240mm. Gabe Mabry is a new addition to our line-up of US based blacksmiths. He runs a shop in Albemarle, North Carolina named Doberman Forge and won the prestigious blacksmithing contest Forged in Fire, which airs on the History Channel. We have been adding more American smiths to our store recently and we are particularly happy to welcome Gabe to the CKTG family.

    The gyuto being featured here is a beautiful example of his artistic and blacksmithing skills. It is made from one of his favorite steels, 80CRV2, which he hand-forges into shape in the old tradition, with a hammer! The knife is a mono-steel construction, so it has no lamination. It has a beautiful grind resulting in a knife that is not quite a laser yet is thin and fast in hand. The blade is belt finished.

    The profile is quite flat to just over the halfway point and then transitions into a nice gentle belly to the very fine tip. This is Gabe's take on the classic French profile that is very popular with many chefs.

    This custom knife will perform as well as it looks. Highly recommended.

  • Brand: Doberman Forge
  • Bladesmith: Gabe Mabry
  • Location: Albemarle, North Carolina
  • Construction: Mono Steel
  • Steel Type: 80crv2 Carbon Steel
  • Grind: Even
  • Handle: Western Custom Stabilized
  • Type: French Chef Profile 240mm
  • HRC: 61
  • Weight: 5.5 oz/ 156g
  • Blade Length: 240 mm
  • Overall Length: 362 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Heel: 2.7 mm
  • Blade Height at Heel: 48.9 mm||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|dofo80bu16||item-1||solidtemplate||customknives||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/doberman-forge-80crv2-bunka-165mm-416.png||||||Doberman Forge 80CRV2 Bird and Trout 4.5"||C4||resources > japanese-knives > customknives > ||Knife Types > Japanese Knives > Custom Knives > ||265.000||265.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Gabe Mabry of the Doberman Forge, located in Albemarle, North Carolina is the maker of this beautiful creation.

    This mono steel blade using the highly regarded 80crv2 which is his favorite steel. It’s a low alloy tool steel fairly similar to 5160 toughness with more carbon and similar edge retention to 52100 ball bearing steel. HRC is 61. There is a nice flat area from the heel for the push cutters out there.

    The knife has a full tang which is beautifully shaped to allow for a very comfortable and attractively sculpted handle, in this case made from a double-dyed burl. The blade is finished to an extremely high standard as is the handle, resulting in a very unique knife package made for you by a true artisan of the forge.

  • Brand: Doberman Forge
  • Bladesmith: Gabe Mabry
  • Location: Albemarle, North Carolina
  • Construction: Mono Steel
  • Steel Type: 80CRV2
  • HRC: 61
  • Grind: Even
  • Handle: Stabilized Burl Wood
  • Weight: 3oz
  • Edge Length: 4.5"
  • Spine Thickness at Heel: 2.8mm
  • Blade Height at Heel: 17mm
  • Includes Leather Sheath||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|dofo80gy21||item-1||solidtemplate||21wehagy||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/doberman-forge-80crv2-gyuto-210mm-332.png||||||Doberman Forge 80CRV2 Gyuto 210mm||C9||resources > gyutos > gyutos210mm > 21wehagy > ||Knife Types > Gyutos > Gyutos 210mm > 210mm Western Handled Gyutos > ||450.000||450.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Gabe Mabry of the Doberman Forge, located in Albemarle, North Carolina is the maker of this beautiful creation.

    Gabe comes from a culinary background so he designs and grinds his knives for peak performance. It's mono steel construction using the highly regarded 80crv2–his favorite steel. It’s a low alloy tool steel fairly similar to 5160 toughness with more carbon and similar edge retention to 52100 ball bearing steel. HRC is 61. This was chosen as the preferred steel by our forum members in a poll taken earlier this year. The basic profile is that of a standard gyuto but with a slightly straighter spine, which raises the tip and thus creates a more rounded edge from the mid-point on. There is a nice flat area from the heel for the push cutters out there.

    The knife has a full tang which is beautifully shaped to allow for a very comfortable and attractively sculpted handle, in this case made from a double-dyed burl with copper pins. The blade is finished to an extremely high standard as is the handle, resulting in a very unique knife package made for you by a true artisan of the forge.

  • Brand: Doberman Forge
  • Bladesmith: Gabe Mabry
  • Location: Albemarle, North Carolina
  • Construction: Mono Steel
  • Steel Type: 80CRV2
  • HRC: 61
  • Grind: Even
  • Handle: Western Custom Stabilized Dyed Maple
  • Type: Tall Gyuto
  • Weight: 7.5oz / 212 mm
  • Edge Length: 208 mm
  • Overall Length: 330 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 2.5 mm
  • Blade Height at Heel: 56 mm||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|dofo52gy211||item-1||solidtemplate||dobermanforge||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/doberman-forge-52100-gyuto-210mm-1002.png||||||Doberman Forge 80CRV2 Gyuto 210mm||C3||specials > forknco > dobermanforge > ||Resources > For Knife Collectors > Doberman Forge > ||450.000||450.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Gabe Mabry of the Doberman Forge, located in Albemarle, North Carolina is the maker of this beautiful creation.

    Gabe comes from a culinary background so he designs and grinds his knives for peak performance. It's mono steel construction using the highly regarded 80crv2–his favorite steel. It’s a low alloy tool steel fairly similar to 5160 toughness with more carbon and similar edge retention to 52100 ball bearing steel. HRC is 61. This was chosen as the preferred steel by our forum members in a poll taken earlier this year. The basic profile is that of a standard gyuto but with a slightly straighter spine, which raises the tip and thus creates a more rounded edge from the mid-point on. There is a nice flat area from the heel for the push cutters out there.

    The knife has a full tang which is beautifully shaped to allow for a very comfortable and attractively sculpted handle, in this case made from G10. The blade is finished to an extremely high standard as is the handle, resulting in a very unique knife package made for you by a true artisan of the forge.

  • Brand: Doberman Forge
  • Bladesmith: Gabe Mabry
  • Location: Albemarle, North Carolina
  • Construction: Mono Steel
  • Steel Type: 80CRV2
  • HRC: 61
  • Grind: Even
  • Handle: Western G10 Scales
  • Type: Tall Gyuto
  • Weight: 6.1oz / 174g
  • Edge Length: 208 mm
  • Overall Length: 330 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 2.5 mm
  • Blade Height at Heel: 55 mm||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|dofo80mich13||item-1||solidtemplate||dobermanforge||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/doberman-forge-80crv2-mini-chef-135mm-469.png||||||Doberman Forge 80CRV2 Mini Chef 135mm||C8||specials > forknco > dobermanforge > ||Resources > For Knife Collectors > Doberman Forge > ||300.000||300.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Gabe Mabry is the man behind Doberman Forge, a small blacksmith shop located in Albemarle, North Carolina. He named his shop after his amazing, late family pet, a courageous guard dog as well as a beloved family companion. Akin to the strengths of the Doberman breed, Gabe strives to pound the same qualities into his blades: elegance (design), intelligence (making process), attentiveness (attention to detail), loyalty (everlasting). A friend for life, a one-of-a-kind knife! In fact, all the attributes we look for in a handmade knife.

    Gabe is a recent winner of the highly prestigious competition, Forged in Fire. This is no game show. Contestants have to do things that normal blacksmiths can only aspire to. Winning this contest is high praise indeed.

    80crv2 is his favorite steel to work with. It’s a low alloy tool steel fairly similar to 5160 toughness with more carbon and similar edge retention to 52100. The HRC on this knife is 61.5. We anticipate that these one-off knives will find homes very quickly, so to avoid disappointment get your Doberman now!

  • Brand: Doberman Forge
  • Bladesmith: Gabe Mabry
  • Location: Albemarle, North Carolina
  • Construction: Mono Steel
  • Steel Type: 80crv2
  • Grind: Even
  • Handle: Burl Wood
  • Type: Mini Chef Knife
  • Edge Length: 135mm
  • Height: 43.3 mm
  • Weight: 4.0oz / 112g||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|dofo80pa3||item-1||solidtemplate||paring-knives||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/doberman-forge-80crv2-paring-3-5-150.png||||||Doberman Forge 80CRV2 Paring 3.5"||C2||resources > paring-knives > ||Knife Types > Paring Knives > ||225.000||225.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Gabe Mabry is the man behind Doberman Forge, a small blacksmith shop in Albemarle, North Carolina. He named his shop after his amazing, late family pet, a courageous guard dog as well as a beloved family companion. Akin to the strengths of the Doberman breed, Gabe strives to pound the same qualities into his blades: elegance (design), intelligence (making process), attentiveness (attention to detail), and loyalty (everlasting). A friend for life, a one-of-a-kind knife! All the attributes we look for in a handmade knife.

    Gabe is a recent winner of the highly prestigious competition Forged in Fire. This is no game show. Contestants have to do things that normal blacksmiths can only aspire to. Winning this contest is high praise indeed.

    80crv2 is his favorite steel to work with. It’s a low alloy tool steel fairly similar to 5160 toughness with more carbon and similar edge retention to 52100. The HRC on this knife is 61.5. We anticipate that these one-off knives will find homes very quickly. So to avoid disappointment, get your Doberman now.

  • Brand: Doberman Forge
  • Bladesmith: Gabe Mabry
  • Location: Albemarle, North Carolina
  • Construction: Mono Steel
  • Steel Type: 80crv2
  • Grind: Even
  • Handle:Dymond Wood
  • Type: Paring Knife
  • Edge Length: 3.5"
  • Overall Length: 8"
  • Weight: 3.3oz||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|dofo52mich13||item-1||solidtemplate||75pekn||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/doberman-forge-52100-mini-chef-135mm-556.png||||||Doberman Forge 80CRV2 Paring 3.5"||C1||resources > petty-knives > 75pekn > ||Knife Types > Petty Knives > 75mm-115mm Petty Knives > ||225.000||225.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Gabe Mabry is the man behind Doberman Forge, a small blacksmith shop in Albemarle, North Carolina. He named his shop after his amazing, late family pet, a courageous guard dog as well as a beloved family companion. Akin to the strengths of the Doberman breed, Gabe strives to pound the same qualities into his blades: elegance (design), intelligence (making process), attentiveness (attention to detail), and loyalty (everlasting). A friend for life, a one-of-a-kind knife! All the attributes we look for in a handmade knife.

    Gabe is a recent winner of the highly prestigious competition Forged in Fire. This is no game show. Contestants have to do things that normal blacksmiths can only aspire to. Winning this contest is high praise indeed.

    80crv2 is his favorite steel to work with. It’s a low alloy tool steel fairly similar to 5160 toughness with more carbon and similar edge retention to 52100. The HRC on this knife is 61.5. We anticipate that these one-off knives will find homes very quickly. So to avoid disappointment get your Doberman now.

  • Brand: Doberman Forge
  • Bladesmith: Gabe Mabry
  • Location: Albemarle, North Carolina
  • Construction: Mono Steel
  • Steel Type: 80crv2
  • Grind: Even
  • Handle: African Blackwood
  • Type: Paring Knife
  • Edge Length: 3.5"
  • Overall Length: 8"
  • Weight: 3.3oz||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|dofomagy21||item-1||solidtemplate||21wehagy||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/doberman-forge-magnacut-gyuto-210mm-198.png||||||Doberman Forge Magnacut Gyuto 210mm||C5||resources > gyutos > gyutos210mm > 21wehagy > ||Knife Types > Gyutos > Gyutos 210mm > 210mm Western Handled Gyutos > ||550.000||550.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||This beautifully crafted knife by Gabe Mabry from the Doberman Forge sounds like a true work of art and the result of meticulous craftsmanship. A culmination of his culinary background and knack for design, this knife offers peak performance, showcasing a blend of traditional and modern elements.

    MagnaCut is a proprietary steel type developed by Crucible Industries in collaboration with knifemaker and metallurgist Larrin Thomas. It was introduced to the market in 2021.

    MagnaCut was designed to balance three primary qualities of knife steels: corrosion resistance, toughness, and edge retention. Traditionally, increasing one of these qualities meant decreasing at least one of the others, but MagnaCut aims to offer high levels in all three categories.

    The design details, like the slightly straighter spine that raises the tip creating a more rounded edge from the mid-point, contribute to its versatility. It's perfect for a variety of cutting styles, including the push cutting technique thanks to a flat area near the heel.

    Gabe makes knives that are not just functional tools, but unique pieces of craftsmanship, capturing the essence of a true artisan.

  • Brand: Doberman Forge
  • Bladesmith: Gabe Mabry
  • Location: Albemarle, North Carolina
  • Construction: Mono Steel
  • Steel Type: Magnacut
  • HRC: 62
  • Grind: Even
  • Handle: Western G10 "Burl"
  • Cryogenically Treated
  • Type: Tall Gyuto
  • Weight: 6.1oz / 174g
  • Edge Length: 210 mm
  • Overall Length: 330 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 2.5 mm
  • Blade Height at Heel: 56 mm

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|doibl2gy21cu||item-1||solidtemplate||21wahagy||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/doi-blue-2-gyuto-210mm-custom-437.png||||||Doi Blue #2 Gyuto 215mm||DoiB2-G210||resources > gyutos > gyutos210mm > 21wahagy > ||Knife Types > Gyutos > Gyutos 210mm > 210mm Wa Handled Gyutos > ||299.950||299.950 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||We have developed a great liking for the knives being made by Itsuo Doi. His father is the great Keijiro Doi, one of the knife world's true legends. Itsuo Doi worked alongside his father for almost 50 years producing the highest quality blades for chefs and collectors worldwide. Keijiro Doi was acclaimed for perfecting a very difficult low-temperature forging technique known as eyakidoshii and was a pioneer of forging Ao-ko No.2 (Blue Steel), which was previously thought to be an impossible task.

    The medium-length gyuto featured here is constructed from Itsuo-san’s favorite steel, Aogami #2, which he hardens to 62+ HRC. The jigane is made using a soft iron applied in the san-mai style. Of course, as it is carbon steel, this knife is reactive and will need careful maintenance to prevent rusting. The exposed edge steel receives a beautiful high polish which contrasts well with the outer cladding’s satin finish.

    This mid-sized 218mm knife has a slightly tall blade height. It is quite stout at the spine and very stiff at the tip. It boasts a symmetrical 50/50 edge and a really well-formed profile, suitable for both push and rocking cutters.

  • Blacksmith: Itsuo Doi
  • Location: Sakai, Japan
  • Construction: Hammer Forged, San Mai
  • Cladding: Soft Iron
  • Edge Steel: Blue #2
  • Edge Grind: Even (See Choil Shot)
  • Handle: Magnolia Octagonal
  • Ferrule: Black Pakkawood
  • HRC: 62+-
  • Weight: 7.5 oz (214 g)
  • Edge Length: 218 mm
  • Total Length: 376 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Heel: 3.2 mm
  • Blade Height: 50.8 mm

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|doibl2gy24||item-1||solidtemplate||clfr25prgy||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/doi-blue-2-gyuto-240mm-342.png||||||Doi Blue #2 Gyuto 240mm ||DoiB2-G240||resources > gyutos > clfr25prgy > ||Knife Types > Gyutos > Classic French 240mm Profile Gyutos > ||329.950||329.950 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Itsuo Doi is the son of world-renowned Blacksmith Keijiro Doi. Following in the footsteps of such a master is a hard task, yet the blades coming from this respected blacksmith shop show all of the remarkable attributes of those of his father.

    Until now, we have only carried knives made with single bevels, whether from father or son. So we are very excited to be able to offer the first double bevel gyuto built to the high standards of the Doi name.

    One look at this knife and you know you are seeing something very special. We asked for a very classic and thin chef knife profile and Doi-san delivered in spades! The blade is long and slender, and so elegant. It is made from his favorite steel, Aogami #2, which he hardens to 62+ HRC. The outer cladding is a soft iron that is applied in the san-mai style. This knife is reactive and will need care in maintenance to prevent corroding. The inner core is given a classic Doi polish while the outer cladding receives a truly beautiful satin finish. Adding to the fine looks is some lovely hand-engraved Kanji. The knife is simply a thing of beauty.

    We believe these are going to very popular around CKTG and at the relatively affordable price, are going to fly off the shelves! Very highly recommended.

  • Maker: Itsuo Doi
  • Location: Sakai, Japan
  • Construction: Hammer Forged
  • Core Edge Steel: Blue #2
  • HRC: 62+-
  • Edge: 50/50 (see photo of the choil)
  • Engraving: Hand Engraved
  • Weight: 7.0 oz (200 g)
  • Edge Length: 247 mm
  • Total Length: 406 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 2.9 mm
  • Blade Height: 48.8 mm
  • Handle: Magnolia Wood Octagonal
  • Ferrule: Buffalo Horn

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|doisansatage||item-1||solidtemplate||dekn18||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/doi-san-sakai-takayuki-genbu-deba-180mm-126.png||||||Doi Blue #2 Hien Kengata Deba 180mm||1169||resources > deba-knives > dekn18 > ||Knife Types > Deba Knives > Deba Knives 180mm > ||695.000||695.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Introducing the extraordinary craftsmanship of Itsuo Doi, son of the renowned Blacksmith Keijiro Doi. Carrying on his father's legacy, Itsuo's blades exhibit the remarkable qualities that made the Doi name famous.

    Designed with a classic kengata profile, Doi-san has exceeded expectations. The blade, fashioned from his preferred Aogami #2 steel, boasts a remarkable hardness of 62+ HRC. The ni-mai gind style is artfully executed using traditional soft iron outer cladding. While this knife requires diligent care to prevent corrosion due to its reactivity, it has been polished to a mirror finish on the front side of the blade.

    The Sakai Takayuki Hien Series represents the pinnacle of Japanese knife making.

  • Blacksmith: Itsuo Doi
  • Construction: Ni Mai, Hammer Forged
  • Location: Sakai, Japan
  • Grand: Sakai Takayuki
  • Line: Hien
  • Edge Steel: Blue #2
  • Cladding: Soft Iron
  • Finish: Mirror Polish
  • HRC: 62-63
  • Edge Grind: Single Bevel, Right-Handed
  • Handle: Ebony Octagonal
  • Ferrule: Buffalo Horn
  • Black Saya Included
  • Weight: 12.4 oz (352 g)
  • Edge Length: 186 mm
  • Total Length: 328 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 6.8 mm
  • Blade Height at Base: 50.8 mm||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|doibl2hohu12||item-1||solidtemplate||foldingknives||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/doi-blue-2-homura-hunter-120mm-267.png||||||Doi Blue #2 Homura Hunter 120mm||2253||resources > foldingknives > ||Knife Types > Higo Folders, Hunters, Axes > ||275.000||275.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||
  • Blacksmith: Itsuo Doi
  • Location: Sakai, Japan
  • Construction: Hammer Forged, San Mai
  • Cladding: Soft Iron
  • Edge Steel: Blue #2
  • Edge Grind: Even (See Choil Shot)
  • Weight: 6.4 oz/ 182g
  • Blade Length: 125mm
  • Overall Length: 240mm
  • Spine Thickness at Heel: 4.4mm
  • Blade Height at Heel: 32.6mm
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    Average rating is 5
    5.0
    By:  Garrett
    Tacoma
    Very hard stone. Feels quite fine/smooth,I use it for final on German kitchen knives. I think this is ansi 1000-bonded(blocks)/loose grit,which is roughly 2500 in jis or ansi-coated(sandpaper/film)
    0.3
    5.0
    By:  Dustin Cook
    Oklahoma
    Great stone cuts very well in the progression of the factory edge pro stones. And with Marks customer service you can’t beat it.
    0.3
    5.0
    By:  David Rogers
    Oak View,Ca
    Stone puts a nice sheen on the blade and doesn’t feel like too large of a leap after the 400.



    Much better quality than other stones I have used,just remember to clean them often during use.
    0.3
    ||0.300 ||||1||1||1||0||||||||This Edge Pro stone is 1,000 Grit and is meant for the Edge Pro Apex sharpening system. This stone is sold mounted to the plate.||||||||http://chefknivestogo.stores.turbify.net/edpro1grst.html||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|edpro11grdim||item-1||solidtemplate||edproac||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/edge-pro-1100-grit-diamond-matrix-stone-77.png||||||Edge Pro 1100 Grit Diamond Matrix Stone||EDMS-1100||specials > linecooks > sharpening-stones > edgepro > edproac > ||Resources > For Professionals > Sharpening Stones > Edge Pro > Edge Pro Accessories > ||66.000||66.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||The Edge Pro 1100 Grit Diamond Matrix Stone offers some nice features to further separate the Edge Pro from the competition. They cut quickly, dish slowly and they will grind virtually any steel!

  • Superior scratch pattern
  • High-quality tight particle size
  • Even distribution of monocrystalline diamond
  • Can be used to sharpen virtually any knife made
  • Precision CNC machined aluminum blanks reduce bow & twist
  • Ideal for the modern "super steels"
  • Works great for sharpening ceramic knives||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|edpro120grst||item-1||solidtemplate||edproac||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/edge-pro-120-grit-stone-75.png||||||Edge Pro 120 Grit Stone (Gray)||EdgePro120Grit||specials > linecooks > sharpening-stones > edgepro > edproac > ||Resources > For Professionals > Sharpening Stones > Edge Pro > Edge Pro Accessories > ||18.000||18.000 ||||||
    Average rating is 5
    5.0
    By:  Wessel
    Amsterdam,NL
    Must-have when friends and family find out about your hobby. Hard stone,and good value.
    0.3
    5.0
    By:  Dustin Cook
    Oklahoma
    Great stone cuts very well in the progression of the factory edge pro stones. And with Marks customer service you can’t beat it.
    0.3
    5.0
    By:  Richard
    Tulsa,OK
    Works like it is supposed to. Trying to re profile an old survival knife,so far so go. Had to flatten it as well.
    0.3
    ||0.300 ||||1||1||1||0||||||||This sharpening stone is 120 Grit and is made for the Edge Pro Apex sharpening systems. This stone is sold mounted to the plate.||||||||http://chefknivestogo.stores.turbify.net/edpro120grst.html||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|edpro17dimas||item-1||solidtemplate||diplforedpro||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/edge-pro-1700-diamond-matrix-stone-39.png||||||Edge Pro 1700 Diamond Matrix Stone||EDMS-1700||specials > linecooks > sharpening-stones > edgepro > diplforedpro > ||Resources > For Professionals > Sharpening Stones > Edge Pro > Diamond Plates For Edge Pro > ||66.000||66.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||The Edge Pro 1700 Grit Diamond Matrix Stone offers some nice features to further separate the Edge Pro from the competition. They cut quickly, dish slowly, and they will grind virtually any steel!

  • Superior scratch pattern
  • High-quality tight particle size
  • Even distribution of monocrystalline diamond
  • Can be used to sharpen virtually any knife made
  • Precision CNC machined aluminum blanks reduce bow & twist||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|20grpota||item-1||solidtemplate||edproac||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/2000-grit-polish-tapes-52.png||||||Edge Pro 2000 Grit Polish Tapes||EP-2000-Tapes||specials > linecooks > sharpening-stones > edgepro > edproac > ||Resources > For Professionals > Sharpening Stones > Edge Pro > Edge Pro Accessories > ||11.000||11.000 ||||||
    Average rating is 4.5
    4.0
    By:  James
    Chicago
    EP film was put onto new blank next day . It responded fast to final hone step on 2 knives. I am pleased with this.
    0.3
    5.0
    By:  David Rogers
    Oak View,Ca
    2000 grit tape cleaned up after the 1000 stone in only a few strokes on my edge pro apex. Gives a substantial increase in the shine,remember to use light pressure and the only negative is the tapes do not last long. To me,that isn’t a big deal,they are sacrificial tapes,to gain a superficial gloss or mirror effect on the edge of a knife. I have polished about 6 knives and used 3 tapes.
    0.3
    ||0.200 ||||1||1||1||0||||||||Pack of 15 2000 grit polish tapes. These tapes are basically super fine sandpaper and they are used to put high grit finishes on your knives after you've moved through the progression of stones. They will put a mirror polished edge on your knives and are typically attached to the aluminum or glass Edge Pro blanks.||||||||http://chefknivestogo.stores.turbify.net/20grpota.html||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|edpro220shst||item-1||solidtemplate||edgeprosets||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/edge-pro-220-grit-stone-close-out-sale-87.png||||||Edge Pro 220 Grit Mounted (White)||EdgePro220Grit||specials > linecooks > sharpening-stones > edgepro > edgeprosets > ||Resources > For Professionals > Sharpening Stones > Edge Pro > Edge Pro Apex and Custom Sets > ||18.000||18.000 ||||||
    Average rating is 5
    5.0
    By:  Dustin Cook
    Oklahoma
    Great stone cuts very well in the progression of the factory edge pro stones. And with Marks customer service you can’t beat it.
    0.3
    ||0.300 ||||1||1||1||0||||||||Edge Pro 220 Sharpening Stone is meant for the Edge Pro Apex sharpening system. This stone is sold mounted to the plate and is ready to snap into your Apex or Professional Model Sharpener with no special tools required. Edge Pro products are manufactured in the US.||||||||http://chefknivestogo.stores.turbify.net/edpro220shst.html||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|edpro23grst||item-1||solidtemplate||edproac||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/edge-pro-2300-grit-stone-56.png||||||Edge Pro 2300 Grit Diamond Matrix Stone||EDMS-2300||specials > linecooks > sharpening-stones > edgepro > edproac > ||Resources > For Professionals > Sharpening Stones > Edge Pro > Edge Pro Accessories > ||66.000||66.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Edge Pro's newest stone. This one is a good alternative to the tapes since it will give you a nice shiny finish and will last much longer than the tapes.||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|edpro300grdi||item-1||solidtemplate||edproac||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/edge-pro-300-grit-diamond-matrix-stone-52.png||||||Edge Pro 250 Grit Diamond Matrix Stone||EDMS-250||specials > linecooks > sharpening-stones > edgepro > edproac > ||Resources > For Professionals > Sharpening Stones > Edge Pro > Edge Pro Accessories > ||78.000||78.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||If you are seeking the perfect stone for forming a bevel or repairing a slightly damaged edge using your Edge Pro sharpener, you need look no further than the Edge Pro 250 Grit Diamond Matrix.

    This is a new addition to our line of Diamond Matrix stones and it could easily qualify as one of the most versatile and important stones in your lineup. It can be used for moderate repair work and is also a great grit for setting a new edge bevel or starting a progression. The stone cuts fast and is a logical option for edge setting on harder steels like powder metal variants.

    The cutting substrate is attached to a Precision CNC machined aluminum blank which reduces bow and twist and ensures a true and straight geometry. The stone formulation boasts high-quality tight particle size and an even distribution of monocrystalline diamond.

    These new Diamond Matrix stones offer some features that further separate the Edge Pro from the competition.||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|30grpota||item-1||solidtemplate||edproac||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/3000-grit-polish-tapes-52.png||||||Edge Pro 3000 Grit Polish Tapes||EP-3000-Tapes||specials > linecooks > sharpening-stones > edgepro > edproac > ||Resources > For Professionals > Sharpening Stones > Edge Pro > Edge Pro Accessories > ||11.000||11.000 ||||||
    Average rating is 4.7
    4.0
    By:  Tom Dobrowski
    Montrose,SD
    Fantastic polishing,but wear out quickly.
    0.3
    5.0
    By:  Garrett
    Tacoma
    takes a bit of practice to avoid nicking and slicing the tapes. With practice,without skipping grades,each strip is good for at least 35 inches of knife. They appear worn quickly but will keep polishing fairly well even when grey and cut up. Most of the wear is in the center as most knives have a convex curve.
    0.3
    5.0
    By:  David Rogers
    Oak View,Ca
    3000 grit tape cleaned up after the 2000 tape and gives a substantial increase in the shine,remember to use light pressure and the only negative is the tapes do not last long. To me,that isn’t a big deal,they are sacrificial tapes,to gain a superficial gloss or mirror effect on the edge of a knife. I have polished about 6 knives and used 3 tapes. (both 2000 and 3000).



    The 2000 grit tapes were giving a mirror effect,but the 3000 just brings it out even better. I would like to next order a set of 6000 and see what they do.
    0.3
    ||0.200 ||||1||1||1||0||||||||Pack of 15 3000 grit polish tapes. These tapes are used to put a super fine finish on your edges. They are attached to the Edge Pro blanks and put a mirror finish on your knives or other tools you sharpen. This item comes with 15 tapes. Easy to use.||||||||http://chefknivestogo.stores.turbify.net/30grpota.html||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|edpro320grst||item-1||solidtemplate||edgeprosets||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/edge-pro-400-grit-stone-closeout-sale-92.png||||||Edge Pro 400 Grit Mounted Stone (Peach) ||EdgePro400Grit||specials > linecooks > sharpening-stones > edgepro > edgeprosets > ||Resources > For Professionals > Sharpening Stones > Edge Pro > Edge Pro Apex and Custom Sets > ||18.000||18.000 ||||||
    Average rating is 5
    5.0
    By:  Dustin Cook
    Oklahoma
    Great stone cuts very well in the progression of the factory edge pro stones. And with Marks customer service you can’t beat it.
    0.3
    ||0.300 ||||1||1||1||0||||||||Edge Pro 400 Grit Stone has replaced the old 320 stone. It's a quick-cutting stone and does a nice job grinding an edge. This stone is sold mounted to the plate. Works on the Edge Pro Apex and Pro Models.||||||||http://chefknivestogo.stores.turbify.net/edpro320grst.html||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|edpro40grst||item-1||solidtemplate||edproac||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/edge-pro-4000-grit-stone-62.png||||||Edge Pro 4000 Grit Diamond Matrix Stone||EDMS-4000||specials > linecooks > sharpening-stones > edgepro > edproac > ||Resources > For Professionals > Sharpening Stones > Edge Pro > Edge Pro Accessories > ||66.000||66.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||The Edge Pro 4000 Grit Diamond Matrix Stone puts a mirror polish on your edges. Formerly known as one of our "polishing stones," we decided that we were going to introduce them as a whole new line of stones in a league of their own. If you want a polished edge, and you find the polishing tapes to be too delicate, this is definitely the solution for you.

  • Superior scratch pattern
  • High-quality tight particle size
  • Even distribution of monocrystalline diamond
  • Can be used to sharpen virtually any knife made
  • Precision CNC machined aluminum blanks reduce bow & twist
  • Ideal for the modern "super steels"
  • Works great for sharpening ceramic knives||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|edpro450grdi||item-1||solidtemplate||diplforedpro||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/edge-pro-450-grit-diamond-matrix-stone-41.png||||||Edge Pro 450 Grit Diamond Matrix Stone||EDMS-450||specials > linecooks > sharpening-stones > edgepro > diplforedpro > ||Resources > For Professionals > Sharpening Stones > Edge Pro > Diamond Plates For Edge Pro > ||66.000||66.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||The Edge Pro 450 Grit Diamond Matrix Stone offers some nice features to further separate the Edge Pro from the competition. They cut quickly, dish slowly, and they will grind virtually any steel!

  • Superior scratch pattern
  • High-quality tight particle size
  • Even distribution of monocrystalline diamond
  • Can be used to sharpen virtually any knife made
  • Precision CNC machined aluminum blanks reduce bow & twist||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|edpro600grst||item-1||solidtemplate||edproac||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/edge-pro-600-grit-stone-75.png||||||Edge Pro 600 Grit Stone (Brown)||EdgePro600Grit||specials > linecooks > sharpening-stones > edgepro > edproac > ||Resources > For Professionals > Sharpening Stones > Edge Pro > Edge Pro Accessories > ||18.000||18.000 ||||||
    Average rating is 4.5
    4.0
    By:  Garrett
    Tacoma
    Hard stone easy to clean. Feels quite fine,I use it for final on low end knives. I think this is ansi 600-bonded(blocks)/loose grit,which is roughly JIS 1000 to 1200,or ansi 800 to 1000 -coated(sandpaper/film).
    0.3
    5.0
    By:  Dustin Cook
    Oklahoma
    Great stone cuts very well in the progression of the factory edge pro stones. And with Marks customer service you can’t beat it.
    0.3
    ||0.300 ||||1||1||1||0||||||||This Edge Pro Stone is 600 Grit and is used with the Edge Pro Apex sharpening system. This stone is sold mounted to the plate.||||||||http://chefknivestogo.stores.turbify.net/edpro600grst.html||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|edpro60grta||item-1||solidtemplate||edproac||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/edge-pro-6000-grit-tapes-62.png||||||Edge Pro 6000 Grit Polish Tapes||EP-6000-Tapes||specials > linecooks > sharpening-stones > edgepro > edproac > ||Resources > For Professionals > Sharpening Stones > Edge Pro > Edge Pro Accessories > ||11.000||11.000 ||||||
    Average rating is 5
    5.0
    By:  Tom Dobrowski
    Montrose,SD
    Fantastic polishing,but wear quickly.
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    ||0.200 ||||1||1||1||0||||||||Pack of 15 6000 grit polish tapes. These are basically thin, super fine pieces of sandpaper that attach to blanks and can be used to polish your edge. You can only use one tape on a couple knives before it wears out and that is why this one comes with 15 of them. You need to use edge trailing strokes when you use the tapes for best results.||||||||http://chefknivestogo.stores.turbify.net/edpro60grta.html||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|edpro300grdi1||item-1||solidtemplate||edproac||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/edge-pro-650-grit-diamond-matrix-stone-80.png||||||Edge Pro 650 Grit Diamond Matrix Stone||EDMS-650||specials > linecooks > sharpening-stones > edgepro > edproac > ||Resources > For Professionals > Sharpening Stones > Edge Pro > Edge Pro Accessories > ||66.000||66.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||The Edge Pro 650 Grit Diamond Matrix Stone offers some nice features to further separate the Edge Pro from the competition. They cut quickly, dish slowly, and they will grind virtually any steel!

  • Superior scratch pattern
  • High-quality tight particle size
  • Even distribution of monocrystalline diamond
  • Can be used to sharpen virtually any knife made
  • Precision CNC machined aluminum blanks reduce bow & twist||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|edprodima80g||item-1||solidtemplate||edproac||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/edge-pro-diamond-matrix-80-grit-stone-43.png||||||Edge Pro 80 Grit Diamond Matrix Stone||EDMS-80||specials > linecooks > sharpening-stones > edgepro > edproac > ||Resources > For Professionals > Sharpening Stones > Edge Pro > Edge Pro Accessories > ||86.000||86.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||The 80 grit diamond matrix stone is made for extreme metal removal. It is so coarse that we do NOT recommend that you develop a burr with this stone. You should either stop just short of a burr or remove metal at a slightly lower angle than what your primary bevel will be sharpened at to preserve the cutting edge.

    ***Works great for sharpening ceramic knives||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|edpro950grdi||item-1||solidtemplate||diplforedpro||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/edge-pro-950-grit-diamond-matrix-stone-41.png||||||Edge Pro 950 Grit Diamond Matrix Stone||EDMS-950||specials > linecooks > sharpening-stones > edgepro > diplforedpro > ||Resources > For Professionals > Sharpening Stones > Edge Pro > Diamond Plates For Edge Pro > ||66.000||66.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||The Edge Pro 950 Grit Diamond Matrix Stone offers some nice features to further separate the Edge Pro from the competition. They cut quickly, dish slowly, and they will grind virtually any steel!

  • Superior scratch pattern
  • High-quality tight particle size
  • Even distribution of monocrystalline diamond
  • Can be used to sharpen virtually any knife made
  • Precision CNC machined aluminum blanks reduce bow & twist||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|edproac||item.||solidtemplate||edgepro||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/edge-pro-accessories-67.png||||||Edge Pro Accessories||||specials > linecooks > sharpening-stones > edgepro > ||Resources > For Professionals > Sharpening Stones > Edge Pro > ||||||||||||||||0||1||0||0||||ckdiplset12 80grdiplfore ck400grdiplf atoma1402 atoma1403 atoma140 batalestfore kangaroostrop ck1kdiplfore edpro120grst edpro220shst edpro320grst edpro600grst edpro1grst edprodima80g edpro300grdi edpro300grdi1 edpro11grdim edpro23grst edpro40grst 20grpota 30grpota edpro60grta shbl edproesacpa edproapbemo edprosmknat edproapscat slguforedpro aprema edproceshrod 5drstcowhexk edprogucl edprocospfor tamaforedpro at140slpl1x2 45xmimiwled 20xloupe edproapsucu ||||Edge Pro offers a wide variety of sharpening accessories to enhance the performance of the machines they sell. We also have come up with some accessories and we've added those as well in this section.||||||||http://chefknivestogo.stores.turbify.net/edproac.html||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|edgeproapex1||item-1||solidtemplate||edgeprosets||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/edge-pro-apex-1-114.png||||||Edge Pro Apex 1||Apex1||specials > linecooks > sharpening-stones > edgepro > edgeprosets > ||Resources > For Professionals > Sharpening Stones > Edge Pro > Edge Pro Apex and Custom Sets > ||185.000||185.000 ||||||
    Average rating is 4.6
    5.0
    By:  Dexter
    Living Room
    I bought the Edge Pro Apex 1 kit about a month ago and I am delighted with my new little friend. The edge pro system gives you the precise repeatable sharpening motion that you need to sharpen almost anything. I bought the Apex 1 because I was skeptical and wanted to start with the basic model and I also wanted the freedom to buy just the sharpening stones I actually need. I am very happy with the results ☺ If you need a sharp knife like I do then the Edge Pro Apex is for perfect for you.
    0.3
    5.0
    By:  Ron
    tallahassee
    Great product and exceptional customer service
    0.3
    5.0
    By:  nick
    okc
    really good

    really easy
    0.3
    4.0
    By:  Brian
    philo,ca
    Bought the basic model and the two extra stones to avoid paying for the ceramic and all the extra stuff I dont want. It came out cheaper. Shipped and arrive pretty fast also. I recommend getting an angle cube just to make sure your angle is right. Its not the products fault,the built in angles do not work for all products. No product is capable of delivering that kind of accuracy. This product and site is good.
    0.3
    4.0
    By:  Max
    Rochester NY
    This is a good start,but 2 things you are desperately going to need. One is the CKTG custom made drill stop thingy,it is a must have at 4.00 dollars. You will also need either a lapping stone,or the edge pro stone leveling kit,you can’t sharpen more than a couple knives before your stones will dish out and deform. This is a real pain,the leveling kit is about 50 bucks. I bought this kit with the drill stop and the 1k stone,I was getting along great but had to wait for the leveling kit to ship from edge pro. GREAT system though.
    0.3
    ||4.000 ||||1||1||1||0||||||||Edge Pro is a leading maker of quality knife sharpening supplies and we are proud to offer their products at CKTG. The Apex Model Edge Pro Sharpening System is a highly portable unit which we especially recommend for home users and those chefs on the go.



    The Apex Model Edge Pro is a patented system that will sharpen any size or shape blade (up to 3 ½" wide), including serrated knives. Knives can be sharpened at exactly the same angle every time, making re-sharpening so fast you will never work with a dull blade again. The water stones in this basic kit have been custom formulated to free you from messy, gummed-up oil stones. They last a long time and are inexpensive to replace. The Apex will remove far less metal than electric sharpeners or grinders, eliminating wavy edges and adding to the life and performance of your knives. If you have ever wanted to put a great edge on a knife without having to spend the time practicing free hand knife sharpening then the Edge Pro Apex system is for you. We highly recommend these tools! The Edge Pro Apex 1 sharpening set includes:

  • Edge Pro Sharpening System
  • Black Cordura Carrying Case
  • Instructional Manual
  • Microfiber Cloth
  • Water Bottle
  • Edge Pro 220 Grit Stone
  • Edge Pro 400 Grit Stone||||||||http://chefknivestogo.stores.turbify.net/edgeproapex1.html||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|edgeproapex3||item-1||solidtemplate||edgeprosets||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/edge-pro-apex-3-114.png||||||Edge Pro Apex 3||Apex3||specials > linecooks > sharpening-stones > edgepro > edgeprosets > ||Resources > For Professionals > Sharpening Stones > Edge Pro > Edge Pro Apex and Custom Sets > ||250.000||250.000 ||||||
    Average rating is 4
    3.0
    By:  Mike
    CA
    I was disappointed that the base was made of plastic (albeit high-quality Nylon). Regardless,the system works very well...my knives are sharp! Too bad it is so expensive.
    0.3
    4.0
    By:  Ben
    NW Oregon
    I was never very good with freehand sharpening/ polishing. So I sucked it up and bought this system. I say sucked it up but how much would it cost to buy five stones and a ceramic rod? Not that big a difference. Granted those stones are bigger and will last longer but given the learning curve and the time saved,this seems like a good trade off for me. There are limitations-the depth of the blade. I have a cleaver that is too big but if I take the guide off and use a custom cut block back there I should be fine. Also hawksbill knives--but I don’t have any. I should be able to do scimitar shaped blades in a much more controlled manner than freehand. Overall I am very happy with this system.

    0.3
    5.0
    By:  Cody
    Monroe,LA
    Great product! Handles tanto’s,recurves,serrated,little,big knives and more! Extremely well made! I would recommend this to anyone who wants to sharpen several knives to a perfect edge. If you are only using it for 1 or 2 knives... it may be a waste of money. If you are using this for hunting/fishing/camping/and kitchen... then you will not find a better system out there!
    0.3
    ||5.000 ||||1||1||1||0||||||||We are big fans of the Edge Pro Apex sharpening system. This handy tool will allow a novice to put razor sharp edges on his or her knives in no time. But this is not a system just for novices...it is used industry wide by chefs and line cooks who need a quick repeatable sharpening regime that is compact to carry and easy to set up.



    The Apex removes nicks and dings without distorting the knife edge. It creates no heat, preserving the temper of your knives. It sets up in seconds on any smooth surface. No power required and comes with a convenient carrying case. It requires no maintenance other than routine cleaning. The kit #3 includes 5 water stones covering the gamut from course to ultra fine. The package also comes with those small items needed to complete your sharpening tasks like a water bottle, micro fibre towel and a 1200 grit ceramic hone.

    Though an Edge Pro edge will remain sharp much longer than a standard edge, even Edge Pro'd knives will become dull with use. Use the supplied Ceramic Sharpening Hone in between sharpening to rejuvenate your dull edge. The Ceramic Sharpening Hone will resharpen an Edge Pro'd knife in seconds and it will do it over and over again because it removes so little metal. You will find you can go through several different honing routines in between Edge Pro sharpening. The Ceramic Sharpening Hone is very fine 1200-grit and while pretty useless on factory edges, it is magic on Edge Pro'd knives. Whether you are a professional chef, hard working line cook or aspiring amateur, this kit is pretty much all you will need to keep your precious blades at their peak of performance. The Edge Pro Apex system is easy, safe and a huge saver of time. We highly recommend these wonderful sharpening kits.

  • Edge Pro Sharpening System
  • Black Cordura Carrying Case
  • Instructional Manual
  • Microfiber Cloth
  • Water Bottle
  • 8" 1,200 Grit Ceramic Honing Rod
  • Edge Pro 120 Grit Stone
  • Edge Pro 220 Grit Stone
  • Edge Pro 400 Grit Stone
  • Edge Pro 600 Grit Stone
  • Edge Pro 1,000 Grit Stone

    ||||||||http://chefknivestogo.stores.turbify.net/edgeproapex3.html||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|edgeproapex4||item-1||solidtemplate||edgeprosets||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/edge-pro-apex-4-116.png||||||Edge Pro Apex 4||Apex4||specials > linecooks > sharpening-stones > edgepro > edgeprosets > ||Resources > For Professionals > Sharpening Stones > Edge Pro > Edge Pro Apex and Custom Sets > ||285.000||285.000 ||||||

    Average rating is 4.9
    5.0
    By:  Tarjei
    This is nothing less than a superb product. I’ve never sharpened a knife in my life before,and it took me just under an hour and a half to put a crazy sharp mirror polished edge on three Shun kitchen knives.



    If you’re inexperienced like myself and are looking to get rid of those dull edges,look no further!
    0.3
    5.0
    By:  EJ
    Seattle WA
    I can’t believe how sharp I got my knives after 10 minutes with this amazing little machine. WOW!
    0.3
    5.0
    By:  Bret Bledsoe
    Hurricane,West Virginia
    I have a knife in my hand 3 to 4 hours a day and couldn’t sharpen one to save my life until now. The first day I used the Edge Pro system I sharpened about 20 knives. I was about to buy a new knife but instead bought the edge pro system. Best culinary decison I have made. Easy to use and effecient.
    0.3
    5.0
    By:  Don Truckenbrod
    Omaha,NE
    I was amazed at how quickly I was able to get razor sharp edges on my knives. I have purchased other sharpening systems in the past,but the Apex beats them all hands down.
    0.3
    5.0
    By:  Paul
    Plymouth MN
    With a little practice the Edge Pro 4 is easy to use. Sharpened my 5 inch blade stiletto’s with a 320 grit stone first and then with a 600 grit stone to an unbelievable laser sharp edge. If you have tried other sharpeners like I have this product is the best. Buy your Edge Pro 4 from Chefknivestogo - timely product delivery and service.
    0.3
    5.0
    By:  Branden Timm
    Madison,WI
    The EdgePro was a great investment for me. It is dead easy to setup and use,even though I’d never done any sharpening before. Within my first couple of sessions I was able to get a much better edge on my knives than what they came with from the factory. I chose the Apex 4 because it came with the high-grit polishing tapes. They allow me to get a beautiful mirror finish on the edge,and I find that the mirror polished edge holds its sharpness longer too. Another great feature of this system is the compact carrying case it comes in - now all my friends want me to bring the EdgePro with me when I visit so I can sharpen their knives! Its fun and hardly takes any time at all for knives in relatively good shape (i.e. no major chips). I’m looking forward to experimenting with other stones made for the EdgePro,such as Chocera and Shapton. Easily worth the money.
    0.3
    4.0
    By:  Matt
    Illinois
    Works great and it’s easy to use. Worth every penny.
    0.3
    5.0
    By:  T. Nathan
    New Zeland
    I had a very good experience buying the Apex system. Delivery from the other side of the world was great. The Apex system is just the shizzle. It took me 3 or 4 knives to get the hang of it,and now I am a pro! (Well my mate think I am)
    0.3
    5.0
    By:  CC
    Tucson,. AZ
    THis tool is excellent for sharpening most any knife. It does take some practice,but as Mr. Dale says in the videos after a half dozen knives,the task becomes simple and very enjoyable. Highly recommended.
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    5.0
    By:  Russell
    Paradis,La.
    Excellent product. Easy to use and works. My wife is amazed with the sharpness of her knives. She is also amazed with my willingness to sharpen any knife she ask me to.
    0.3
    5.0
    By:  Steve
    Houston
    I wish I had stumbled across this years ago. I have only been moderately successful as a hand sharpener,and have been hesitant to buy other kits (Gatco or Lansky). It does take a little practice to get going,but the same is true for any system. Go ahead an buy another 120 grit stone if you order a system,because you are going to want to reprofile a bunch of blades after you start using this. I just put a scary (to me) sharp edge on a kit knife that has been a piece of pretty but useless of junk. This was my second knife to sharpen on the kit,and I feel confident enough now to tackle my Randall #25 that I use to clean deer (yes I actually use a Randall to cut things).

    The EdgePro is a worthwhile investment in my book!
    0.3
    5.0
    By:  Sape
    Canada
    The entire CKTG buying experience was superb. Mark clearly answered my questions (he picked up the phone on the first ring,old school,I like it)and the Edge Pro was shipped the same day I bought it. As for the Edge Pro itself,it works even better than I thought; I put a shaving-sharp edge on all my knives on the first try.
    0.3
    5.0
    By:  David
    Spain
    Great product,amazing delivery,fast and professional.....thank you for all....i love edgepro!!
    0.3
    5.0
    By:  C
    NC
    Love it. Near mirror polished blades and almost perfect re-profiles (even S30v!) in record time (both of which are my limited by my ability,not the system). Truly scary sharp results.



    Easy to use,very sturdy,well engineered/built,good instructions. Almost feels like cheating.



    Used other angle guide systems for years,while gnashing my teeth about spending so much on a sharpening system. I should have just bought the Apex in the first place.



    chefsknivestogo had my order out right away,well packaged,and order went very smoothly
    0.3
    5.0
    By:  Paul
    Portland,OR
    Definitely watch the video as it clearly demonstrates exactly what this product does,which is sharpen your knife in minutes. The product isn’t foolproof and it takes some technique,but most people should be able to sharpen very successfully.
    0.3
    5.0
    By:  Paul
    Portland,OR
    Watch the video before you buy the product as it works absolutely,100% as advertised.
    0.3
    5.0
    By:  Troy
    Medford,Oregon
    I have never been able to get knives so sharp. Versatile. Works with all my different sizes of knives..
    0.3
    4.0
    By:  Kristopher Wheeler
    Manchester,MA
    I love my Edgepro Apex 4. It comes with everything needed to put razor sharp edges on my pocket and kitchen knives. It is easy and intuitive to use. The only negative that I could possibly find with it is that I wish it were made of aluminum or another longer wearing metal,but that is just nit-picking.
    0.3
    5.0
    By:  Jeff
    Québec,Canada
    The Edge Pro Apex 4 is awesome and really easy to use. Cheaper than buying 4 or 5 different stone. Should get one sooner!!!
    0.3
    ||5.000 ||||1||1||1||0||||||||Knife sharpening has never been easier. Perfected from 20 years of sharpening over 100,000 knives, Ben Dale manufactures the world's most accurate knife sharpening system designed with the end user in mind. Whether you are a chef, butcher, hunter or simply someone that just likes knife sharpening, the Apex Edge Pro Sharpener is the tool for you.

    The Edge Pro Apex offers a wide array of abrasive grits and sharpening angles, making it much more flexible in that regard than most clamp and v-rod systems. The cutting speed is also high with the very abrasive nature of the coarse hone and the ability to apply heavy pressure.

    The sharpener allows for smooth variation of angle from 10 to 35 degrees per side. Several degree increments are marked out clearly (10,15,18,21,24), but you are not fixed at using these set angles. The five aluminum oxide water stones included in this kit are one inch wide and six inches long. They are mounted securely on the guide rod with the use of clamps between plastic molded grips. These clamps also serve as protection from the stone slipping off the knife and damaging the edge. As the blanks are not permanently fixed to the guide rod they can easily be used for field freehand honing if desired. The hones can also be reversed to slow down hollowing.



    This “ultimate” kit includes everything you will need to sharpen and maintain your knives with a quick, safe and repeatability that will make you smile every time you use it.



  • Edge Pro Sharpening System
  • Black Cordura Carrying Case
  • Instructional Manual
  • Microfiber Cloth
  • Water Bottle
  • 8" 1,200 Grit Ceramic Honing Rod
  • 2,000 Grit Polish Tapes
  • 3,000 Grit Polish Tapes
  • 2 Blanks (for use with tapes)
  • Edge Pro 120 Grit Stone
  • Edge Pro 220 Grit Stone
  • Edge Pro 400 Grit Stone
  • Edge Pro 600 Grit Stone
  • Edge Pro 1,000 Grit Stone

    ||||||||http://chefknivestogo.stores.turbify.net/edgeproapex4.html||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|edgeprosets||item.||solidtemplate||edgepro||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/edge-pro-regular-and-custom-sets-44.png||||||Edge Pro Apex and Custom Sets||||specials > linecooks > sharpening-stones > edgepro > ||Resources > For Professionals > Sharpening Stones > Edge Pro > ||||||||||||||||0||1||0||0||||edgeproapex1 edgeproapex3 edgeproapex4 edproesacpa 5drstcowhexk edprocospfor tamaforedpro 20xloupe harohadefebl edprosmknat edproapscat edproapbemo edpro220shst edpro320grst slguforedpro ||||This is our entire selection of Edge Pro Apex sets both custom and standard. If you're looking for a sharpening fixed angle machine we highly recommend this product.||||||||http://chefknivestogo.stores.turbify.net/edgeprosets.html||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|edproapbemo||item-1||solidtemplate||edproac||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/edge-pro-apex-bench-mount-78.png||||||Edge Pro Apex Bench Mount||BenchMount||specials > linecooks > sharpening-stones > edgepro > edproac > ||Resources > For Professionals > Sharpening Stones > Edge Pro > Edge Pro Accessories > ||30.000||30.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Edge Pro Apex Bench Mount. This little jig will allow you to mount your EP to a work bench for a much more secure set up. It works with most C Clamps, screw or speed clamps as well which most folks have(clamp not included).

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|edproapscat||item-1||solidtemplate||edgeprosets||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/edge-pro-apex-scissor-attachment-114.png||||||Edge Pro Apex Scissor Attachment||ApexScissor||specials > linecooks > sharpening-stones > edgepro > edgeprosets > ||Resources > For Professionals > Sharpening Stones > Edge Pro > Edge Pro Apex and Custom Sets > ||149.000||149.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Now available with our affordable home use model, the Apex Scissor Attachment has the ability to sharpen any scissor, hair styling shear, plane blades (up to 2 ¼’’ wide), any length planer blade, pruners, flat chisels, and most gouges.

    *Note - This Scissor Attachment does NOT fit the Professional Edge Pro Model.||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|edproapsucu||item-1||solidtemplate||edproac||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/edge-pro-apex-suction-cups-80.png||||||Edge Pro Apex Suction Cups||2ApexSuctionCups||specials > linecooks > sharpening-stones > edgepro > edproac > ||Resources > For Professionals > Sharpening Stones > Edge Pro > Edge Pro Accessories > ||2.000||2.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||These are replacement suction cups for the Edge Pro Apex sharpener. Comes as a set of 2.||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|edproceshrod||item-1||solidtemplate||edproac||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/edge-pro-ceramic-sharpening-rod-91.png||||||Edge Pro Ceramic Sharpening Rod||EPRod||specials > linecooks > sharpening-stones > edgepro > edproac > ||Resources > For Professionals > Sharpening Stones > Edge Pro > Edge Pro Accessories > ||25.000||25.000 ||||||

    Average rating is 5
    5.0
    By:  Rob Babcock
    SF,SD
    This is a really terrific ceramic hone. Like all Idahones it has a great feel and works very well. I find the Idahones to be superior to any other brand I’ve tried. The plastic sheath is really brilliant- it protects the hone from damage,and when you draw the ceramic from the sheath the opposite end had a socket that holds the rod,allowing the entire length of the sheath to serve as a handle. Very slick!



    I carry this one and a HA Borosilicate Glass hone in my work roll at all times. If either broke I’d be on the horn to CKtG for a replacement ASAP! For twenty bucks I gotta call this one a no-brainer!
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    ||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Portable 8" 1200 Grit Ceramic Hone. Has a very nice soft feel because of the plastic tube handle. It also fits in the serrations of serrated kitchen knives to remove the burr after sharpening. Fits in the Apex knife bag or in a regular knife case.||||||||http://chefknivestogo.stores.turbify.net/edproceshrod.html||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|edproesacpa||item-1||solidtemplate||shprostforep||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/edge-pro-essential-accessory-pack-80.png||||||Edge Pro Essential Accessory Pack ||7pcset||specials > linecooks > sharpening-stones > edgepro > shprostforep > ||Resources > For Professionals > Sharpening Stones > Edge Pro > Shapton Stones For the Edge Pro > ||39.950||39.950 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||This set has changed as of 7/13/2022.

    Trick out your Edge Pro with our favorite and best-selling accessories! You get 7 items in the set and each one will add to your ability to get a fantastic edge on your knives.

  • Deburring Block - used to deburr between stones
  • 20x Illuminated Loupe - for viewing your work
  • Extra Guide Clip (these tend to wear out)
  • 120 Grit Diamond Plate for flattening and quick metal removal on your machine.
  • Drill Stop Collar - for use between stones changes
  • Magnet - for holding your knives in place on machine
  • Spring - for quick stone changes||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|edprogucl||item-1||solidtemplate||addonitems||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/edge-pro-guide-clip-110.png||||||Edge Pro Guide Clip||EdgeProGuideClip||knife-accessories > addonitems > ||Accessories > Add On Items > ||1.000||1.000 ||||||
    ||0.100 ||||1||1||1||0||||||||Edge Pro Guide Clip. This little clip is what contacts the spine of your blade to keep it on the platform without having the knife slide its way down the machine. They wear out with use so we offer them to those of you who need replacements at nominal cost.||||||||http://chefknivestogo.stores.turbify.net/edprogucl.html||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|edprosmknat||item-1||solidtemplate||edgeprosets||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/edge-pro-small-knife-attachment-112.png||||||Edge Pro Small Knife Attachment||EPsmallknife||specials > linecooks > sharpening-stones > edgepro > edgeprosets > ||Resources > For Professionals > Sharpening Stones > Edge Pro > Edge Pro Apex and Custom Sets > ||28.000||28.000 ||||||||0.400 ||||1||1||1||0||||||||This handy new item was developed by Ben Dale to help sharpen smaller blade knives. The attachement works equally well on Apex and Professional models. This smaller platform allows flexibility with smaller blades. The attachment measures 2 inches wide and 1/4 inch thick. Included is an adjustable miniature guide plate to accommodate small knives of varying widths.

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    Average rating is 4.8
    5.0
    By:  John
    Phoenix,AZ
    Fits and works great. Was very please with product and shipping. Thanks.
    0.3
    5.0
    By:  James
    Miami FL.
    Installs in seconds,And makes stones changes effortless. I also like that it will always give the same pressure on the stones. Not too much not too little. Perfect!
    0.3
    5.0
    By:  Justin
    Fredericton NB
    If you own an edge pro apex you owe it to yourself to buy one of these
    0.3
    5.0
    By:  Michael Waldrep
    Russellville,AL
    Works very well. Changing stones has never been faster!
    0.3
    5.0
    By:  Rod
    Honolulu,HI
    This spring is almost as good as sliced bread. A no brainer purchase for the EPA.
    0.3
    5.0
    By:  steve
    conroe tx
    Really makes changing stones very easy. Another must have for edge pro.
    0.3
    5.0
    By:  Ray
    New York
    This spring is perfect for holding the stones on your Edge Pro. Makes for quick easy changes of stones. Well worth it.
    0.3
    4.0
    By:  Sean Harter
    Tampa,Florida
    This is a nice "mod." It only saves a few seconds probably,but it is just less hassle to change each stone. My only concern really is how long the spring will last,but it is pretty inexpensive if you ever have to replace it.
    0.3
    4.0
    By:  Mike
    NJ
    "necessary" upgrade for Edge pro.
    0.3
    5.0
    By:  Richard
    Tulsa,OK
    Works great. Good idea!
    0.3
    ||0.100 ||||1||1||1||0||||||||This compression spring is a nice accessory for the edge pro since you can eliminate the use of the screw ball and replace it with a quick and easy way to switch the stones. All you need to do is unscrew the ball, remove the brass collar and slide the spring onto the arm. Then tighten the screw ball and now you can pop stones on and off effortlessly. Watch the video for a brief how to:

    ||||||||http://chefknivestogo.stores.turbify.net/edprocospfor.html||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|edprostac||item.||solidtemplate||edgepro||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/edge-pro-strop-accessories-66.png||||||Edge Pro Strop Accessories||||specials > linecooks > sharpening-stones > edgepro > ||Resources > For Professionals > Sharpening Stones > Edge Pro > ||||||||||||||||0||1||0||0||||batalestfore sixcstforedp kangaroostrop edproesacpa 5drstcowhexk edprocospfor tamaforedpro ||||Here are a number of edge pro strops, pastes and stropping sprays that will help you get the most out of your Edge Pro.||||||||http://chefknivestogo.stores.turbify.net/edprostac.html||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|eelknives||item.||solidtemplate||resources||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/eel-knives-72.png||||||Eel Knives||||resources > ||Knife Types > ||||||||||||||||0||1||0||0||||towh2un94 mibl2unknoss mibl2unkn okeyakogatana eelunagi risaun180mm ||||Eel, or unagi, is a popular sea food item in Japan. Eel skin is extremely tough so eel knives are pointed at the tip to pierce the skin while they are thick at the spine to give the knives the rigidity needed to produce eel fillets. These knives are single bevel so users should be familiar with the techniques for use and maintenance specific to single bevel knives. For most western users eel knives are a fun opportunity to find novel and interesting uses for this very unique style of knife.||||||||http://chefknivestogo.stores.turbify.net/eelknives.html||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|emstbag4x||item-1||solidtemplate||strops||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/empty-strop-bag-4x12-45.png||||||Empty Strop Bag 4" x 12"||S-10828||specials > linecooks > shac > strops > ||Resources > For Professionals > Sharpening Accessories > Strops > ||0.250||0.250 ||||||||0.010 ||||1||1||1||0||||||||These are the bags that are included with our strops. On occasion we get requests for extra ones so here you go. 4" x 12" and 4ml. They have a zip lock side so they can be reclosed.||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|enamiknives||item.||solidtemplate||forknco||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/enami-knives-66.png||||||Enami Knives||||specials > forknco > ||Resources > For Knife Collectors > ||||||||||||||||0||1||0||0||||enwh2de16 enwh2de18 taenwh2ki240 taenwh2ki27 enwh2us18 enwh2ya24 enwh2ya27 enwh2ya30 ||||Blacksmith Tadashi Enami is a master blacksmith (Dentoukogeishi) from Sakai Japan and he specializes in single bevel, traditional knives using Shirogami #2 steel and soft iron cladding with ni mai, hammer-forged construction.||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|enwh2de16||item-1||solidtemplate||dekn10||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/enami-white-2-deba-165mm-171.png||||||Enami White #2 Deba 165mm||OE-KTS165DE||resources > deba-knives > dekn10 > ||Knife Types > Deba Knives > Deba Knives 105-170mm > ||199.950||199.950 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Tadashi Enami is a nationally certified Dentoukogeishi (master of traditional crafts) who specializes in forging knives using the wakashizuke technique of bonding iron to hard steel when making single-bevel knives. He uses iron powder and heat, which is customary with old-school blacksmiths in Japan. Our sayas DO NOT fit this knife.

  • Blacksmith: Tadashi Enami
  • Location: Sakai, Japan
  • Specialty: Single-beveled knives
  • Awards: Dentoukogeishi
  • Construction: Ni Mai, Hammer Forged
  • Cladding: Soft Iron
  • Finish: Tsuchime (Hammered) Kurouchi
  • Edge Steel: Shirogami #2
  • Edge Grind: Single Bevel, Right Handed
  • Engraving: Hand Engraved
  • Weight: 11.8 oz (336 g)
  • Edge Length: 173 mm
  • Total Length: 317 mm
  • Spine Thickness: 8.5 mm
  • Blade Height: 54 mm
  • Handle: Walnut Octagonal
  • Ferrule: Black Pakkawood||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|enwh2de18||item-1||solidtemplate||dekn18||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/enami-white-2-deba-180mm-171.png||||||Enami White #2 Deba 180mm||OE-KTS180DE||resources > deba-knives > dekn18 > ||Knife Types > Deba Knives > Deba Knives 180mm > ||229.950||229.950 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Tadashi Enami is a nationally certified Dentoukogeishi (master of traditional crafts) who specializes in forging knives using the wakashizuke technique of bonding iron to hard steel when making single-bevel knives. He uses iron powder and heat to do this, which is customary with old-school blacksmiths in Japan. Our sayas DO NOT fit this knife.

  • Blacksmith: Tadashi Enami
  • Location: Sakai, Japan
  • Specialty: Single-beveled knives
  • Awards: Dentoukogeishi
  • Construction: Ni Mai, Hammer Forged
  • Cladding: Soft Iron
  • Finish: Tsuchime (Hammered) Kurouchi
  • Edge Steel: Shirogami #2
  • Edge Grind: Single Bevel, Right Handed
  • Engraving: Hand Engraved
  • Handle: Walnut Octagonal
  • Ferrule: Black Pakkawood
  • Weight: 13.9 oz (394 g)
  • Edge Length: 189 mm
  • Total Length: 340 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Heel: 8.8 mm
  • Blade Height at Heel: 57 mm||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|taenwh2ki240||item-1||solidtemplate||ki24andab||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/tadashi-enami-white-2-kiritsuke-240-75.png||||||Enami White #2 Kiritsuke 240mm||OE-KTS240KR||resources > kiritsukeknife > ki24andab > ||Knife Types > Kiritsukes > Kiritsukes 240mm and Above > ||199.950||199.950 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Tadashi Enami is a nationally certified Dentoukogeishi (master of traditional crafts) who specializes in forging knives using the wakashizuke technique of bonding iron to hard steel when making single-bevel knives. He uses iron powder and heat to do this, which is customary with old-school blacksmiths in Japan. We do not carry a saya that fits this knife.

  • Blacksmith: Tadashi Enami
  • location: Sakai, Japan
  • Specialty: Single-beveled knives
  • Awards: Dentoukogeishi
  • Construction: Ni Mai, Hammer Forged
  • Cladding: Soft Iron
  • Finish: Tsuchime (Hammered) Kurouchi
  • Edge Steel: Shirogami #2
  • Edge Grind: Single Bevel Right Handed
  • Engraving: Hand Engraved
  • Weight: 6.8 oz (192 g)
  • Edge Length: 237 mm
  • Total Length: 387 mm
  • Spine Thickness: 4 mm
  • Blade Height: 32.5 mm
  • Handle: Walnut Octagonal
  • Ferrule: Black Pakkawood

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|taenwh2ki27||item-1||solidtemplate||ki24andab||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/tadashi-enami-white-2-kiritsuke-270mm-75.png||||||Enami White #2 Kiritsuke 270mm||OE-KTS270KR||resources > kiritsukeknife > ki24andab > ||Knife Types > Kiritsukes > Kiritsukes 240mm and Above > ||229.950||229.950 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Tadashi Enami is a nationally certified Dentoukogeishi (master of traditional crafts) who specializes in forging knives using the wakashizuke technique of bonding iron to hard steel when making single-bevel knives. He uses iron powder and heat to do this, which is customary with old-school blacksmiths in Japan. We do not carry a saya that fits this knife.

  • Blacksmith: Tadashi Enami
  • location: Sakai, Japan
  • Specialty: Single-beveled knives
  • Awards: Dentoukogeishi
  • Construction: Ni Mai, Hammer Forged
  • Cladding: Soft Iron
  • Finish: Tsuchime (Hammered) Kurouchi
  • Edge Steel: Shirogami #2
  • Edge Grind: Single Bevel Right Handed
  • Engraving: Hand Engraved
  • Weight: 8.7oz (246 g)
  • Edge Length: 266 mm
  • Total Length: 425 mm
  • Spine Thickness: 4.5 mm
  • Blade Height: 35 mm
  • Handle: Walnut Octagonal
  • Ferrule: Black Pakkawood||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|enwh2us18||item-1||solidtemplate||usuba-knives||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/enami-white-2-usuba-180mm-61.png||||||Enami White #2 Usuba 180mm||OE-KTS180US||resources > usuba-knives > ||Knife Types > Usubas > ||189.950||189.950 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Tadashi Enami is a nationally certified Dentoukogeishi (master of traditional crafts) specializing in forging knives using the wakashizuke technique of bonding iron to hard steel when making single-bevel knives. He uses iron powder and heat to do this, which is customary with old-school blacksmiths in Japan.

  • Blacksmith: Tadashi Enami
  • Location: Sakai, Japan
  • Specialty: Single-beveled knives
  • Awards: Dentoukogeishi
  • Construction: Ni Mai, Hammer Forged
  • Cladding: Soft Iron
  • Finish: Tsuchime (Hammered) Kurouchi
  • Edge Steel: Shirogami #2
  • Edge Grind: Single Bevel, Right Handed
  • Engraving: Hand Engraved
  • Handle: Walnut Octagonal
  • Ferrule: Black Pakkawood
  • Weight: 7.0 oz (198 g)
  • Edge Length: 170 mm
  • Total Length: 320 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Heel: 4.5 mm
  • Blade Height at Heel: 45.0 mm||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|enwh2ya24||item-1||solidtemplate||yanagibas240mm||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/enami-white-2-yanagiba-240mm-223.png||||||Enami White #2 Yanagiba 240mm||OE-KTS240SH||resources > sashimi-knives > yanagibas240mm > ||Knife Types > Yanagibas > Yanagibas 240mm > ||199.950||199.950 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Tadashi Enami is a nationally certified Dentoukogeishi (master of traditional crafts) who specializes in forging knives using the wakashizuke technique of bonding iron to hard steel when making single-bevel knives. He uses iron powder and heat to do this, which is customary with old-school blacksmiths in Japan.

  • Blacksmith: Tadashi Enami
  • Location: Sakai, Japan
  • Specialty: Single-beveled knives
  • Awards: Dentoukogeishi
  • Construction: Ni Mai, Hammer Forged
  • Cladding: Soft Iron
  • Finish: Tsuchime (Hammered) Kurouchi
  • Edge Steel: Shirogami #2
  • Edge Grind: Single Bevel, Right Handed
  • Engraving: Hand Engraved
  • Weight: 5.6 oz (160 g)
  • Edge Length: 234 mm
  • Total Length: 377 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 4.3 mm
  • Blade Height: 31 mm
  • Handle: Walnut Octagonal
  • Ferrule: Black Pakkawood||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|enwh2ya27||item-1||solidtemplate||yanagibas270mm||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/enami-white-2-yanagiba-270mm-214.png||||||Enami White #2 Yanagiba 270mm||OE-KTS270SH||resources > sashimi-knives > yanagibas270mm > ||Knife Types > Yanagibas > Yanagibas 270mm > ||219.950||219.950 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Tadashi Enami is a nationally certified Dentoukogeishi (master of traditional crafts) who specializes in forging knives using the wakashizuke technique of bonding iron to hard steel when making single-bevel knives. He uses iron powder and heat to do this, which is customary with old-school blacksmiths in Japan.

  • Blacksmith: Tadashi Enami
  • Location: Sakai, Japan
  • Specialty: Single-beveled knives
  • Awards: Dentoukogeishi
  • Construction: Ni Mai, Hammer Forged
  • Cladding: Soft Iron
  • Finish: Tsuchime (Hammered) Kurouchi
  • Edge Steel: Shirogami #2
  • Edge Grind: Single Bevel, Right Handed
  • Engraving: Hand Engraved
  • Handle: Walnut Octagonal
  • Ferrule: Black Pakkawood
  • Weight: 7.3 oz (208 g)
  • Edge Length: 264 mm
  • Total Length: 417 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Heel: 4.3 mm
  • Blade Height at Heel: 33 mm||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|enwh2ya30||item-1||solidtemplate||yanagibas300mm||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/enami-white-2-yanagiba-300mm-61.png||||||Enami White #2 Yanagiba 300mm||OE-KTS300SH||resources > sashimi-knives > yanagibas300mm > ||Knife Types > Yanagibas > Yanagibas 300mm > ||249.950||249.950 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Tadashi Enami is a nationally certified Dentoukogeishi (master of traditional crafts) who specializes in forging knives using the wakashizuke technique of bonding iron to hard steel when making single-bevel knives. He uses iron powder and heat to do this, which is customary with old-school blacksmiths in Japan.

  • Blacksmith: Tadashi Enami
  • Location: Sakai, Japan
  • Specialty: Single-beveled knives
  • Awards: Dentoukogeishi
  • Construction: Ni Mai, Hammer Forged
  • Cladding: Soft Iron
  • Finish: Tsuchime (Hammered) Kurouchi
  • Edge Steel: Shirogami #2
  • Edge Grind: Single Bevel, Right Handed
  • Engraving: Hand Engraved
  • Handle: Walnut Octagonal
  • Ferrule: Black Pakkawood
  • Weight: 8.3 oz (236 g)
  • Edge Length: 295 mm
  • Total Length: 453 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Heel: 4.5 mm
  • Blade Height at Heel: 37.7 mm||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|enjinknives||item.||solidtemplate||japanese-knives||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/enjin-knives-87.png||||||Enjin Knives||||resources > japanese-knives > ||Knife Types > Japanese Knives > ||||||||||||||||0||1||0||0||||enjinblue enjin2 ||||Enjin Knives are made in Tosa, Japan by blacksmith Shindo san and feature SRK8 steel which contains carbon, silicon, manganese, phosphorous, sulfur, chromium, and nickel, and features an HRC of 63 +-. The result is a high hardness carbon steel that holds an edge well and sharpens easily. Shindo san is also making them with Blue #2 steel.||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|esmojasp||item-1||solidtemplate||spoons||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/esprit-modern-japanese-spoon-221.png||||||Esprit Modern Japanese Spoon||Spoon-EspritModern||specials > linecooks > spoons > ||Resources > For Professionals > Spoons > ||8.950||8.950 ||||||||0.200 ||||1||1||1||0||||||||These lovely teaspoons are made in Japan with a sleek modern style. Nicely mirror finished.

  • 34g or 1.2 ounces
  • 180mm or about 7 inches
  • 18/8 Stainless Steel||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|fdick1||link.||||||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/f-dick-22.png||||||F Dick Knives||||||||||||||||||||||0||0||0||0||||||||||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|fillet-knives||item-1||solidtemplate||resources||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/fillet-knives-88.png||||||Fillet Knives||||resources > ||Knife Types > ||||||||tagrchswstfl.||||||||1||1||0||0||||doberman dofo80bu16 katkho18fiha macchsefi macprfikn7 nisg2tsbukn1 tagrchswstfl havgtsfi21 ||||Fillet knives are knives used to separate fish flesh from the skin and bones. Fillet knives vary tremendously in thickness, rigidity, height, profile, grind, and materials. Many western users will be familiar with the flexible varieties of fillet knives but that only scratches the surface of knives that are available to fill the role. If the list of knives on this page does not excite you consider looking at debas which are Japanese styled knives which are also commonly used in this role.||||||||http://chefknivestogo.stores.turbify.net/fillet-knives.html||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|find-override||item.||find-override||||||||||Find-override||||||||||||||||||||||1||1||0||0||||||||||||||||http://chefknivestogo.stores.turbify.net/find-override.html||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|fishse||item.||solidtemplate||||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/finish-sharpening-service-118.png||||||Finish Sharpening Service||||||||||||||||||||||0||1||0||0||||riadfishbyro ||||The factory edges on the Richmond knives will shave out of the box but this group of guys that I nickname the Knife Posse can do better. For $20 extra charge we will ship you a finish sharpened Addict, Remedy, Fanatic or Artifex.||||||||http://chefknivestogo.stores.turbify.net/fishse.html||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|fishscaler||item-1||solidtemplate||kitchentools||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/fish-scaler-58.png||||||Fish Scaler - New!||FishScaler-NEWSilver||specials > linecooks > kitchentools > ||Resources > For Professionals > Kitchen Tools > ||7.950||7.950 ||||||||0.200 ||||1||1||1||0||||||||This fish scaler makes short work of removing scales from fish. It's made with good quality 430 Stainless Steel. Dishwasher safe. Measures 8.5" long.||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|forknco||item.||solidtemplate||specials||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/for-knife-collectors-53.png||||||For Knife Collectors||||specials > ||Resources > ||||||||||||||||0||1||0||0||||kaan dobermanforge keijirodoi enamiknives giheihap40 hatsukokoro shirokamor2 kanjoknives katayamaknives hiroshikato kitaokaknives kokn konosuke-knives kugibu16 kurosakiknives makotowhite2 masakageknives makn namykn moritaka-knives nakagawa suisinknives shungoknives masanobuokada tasakn1 sakodaknives shibataknives sukenari tabata takeda-knives tanaka-knives yota1 tetsujinhamono yokn yoshizawa yayukn ||||If you're looking to add something special to your collection we have a number of small makers that make great blades by hand that are fun to own and use and show off. Here's a selection of makers we think are worthy of a look.||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|linecooks||item.||solidtemplate||specials||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/line-cooks-40.png||||||For Professionals||||specials > ||Resources > ||||||||||||||||0||1||0||0||||bladeguards chefsets knshse peelers sayas shac sharpening-steels sharpening-stones kitchentools kitchen-shears kniflugandac spoons stickers cktgswag tojiro-knives ||||We have professional cooks covered with many tools needed for work and school.||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|fubl2si12||item-1||solidtemplate||fujishika||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/fujishika-blue-2-sickle-120mm-174.png||||||Fujishika Blue #2 Sickle 120mm||FJ2-W120||resources > fujishika > ||Knife Types > Japanese Garden Tools > ||19.950||19.950 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Japanese gardeners and small farmers use these to cut grass and rice and they're very handy around the garden for weed control. Many of our blacksmiths got their start making these tools and they still produce them for gardeners and small farmers. These handy and interesting tools are used for weeding and harvesting small plots of rice and grass. Japanese farmers don't pay a lot for these tools so they're inexpensive and at minimum make great conversation pieces. The one you see here is made with Blue #2 carbon steel and the blade is about 120mm in blade length.||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|fubl2si18||item-1||solidtemplate||fujishika||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/fujishika-blue-2-sickle-180mm-209.png||||||Fujishika Blue #2 Sickle 180mm||YA2-HD18||resources > fujishika > ||Knife Types > Japanese Garden Tools > ||44.000||44.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||The sickle business is in decline in Japan but many of our blacksmiths got their start making these tools and they still produce them for gardeners and small farmers. These handy and interesting tools are used for weeding and harvesting small plots of rice and grass. Japanese farmers don't pay a lot for these tools so they're inexpensive and at minimum make great conversation pieces. The one you see here is made with Blue #2 carbon steel and the blade is about 180mm in length.

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|haandin1||item-1||solidtemplate||fujishika||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/handle-and-install-99.png||||||Fujishika Japanese Garden Hoe||YK5-H140||resources > fujishika > ||Knife Types > Japanese Garden Tools > ||40.000||40.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Made by Hasegawa san of Fujishika, this handy triangle hoe is called “Katate Sankaku Hoe” in Japanese. "Katate" means one hand. Sankaku means triangle. Japanese people call it hoe hoe for short.

    This hoe is made with high-carbon steel clad with soft iron for added durability and prolonged sharpness when digging out weeds. Cheaper ones are often made with mono steel and the edge gets rounded soon. Because these are carbon steel they will rust if you don't wash them off and dry them before putting them away.||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|fufkhcagy27||item-1||solidtemplate||gyutos270mm||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/fujiwara-fkh-carbon-gyuto-270mm-201.png||||||Fujiwara FKH Carbon Gyuto 270mm||FKH11||resources > gyutos > gyutos270mm > ||Knife Types > Gyutos > Gyutos 270-300mm > ||99.950||99.950 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Fujiwara Kanefusa Japanese Steel Chef's Gyuto measures 210mm on the edge and uses good carbon steel for easy sharpening. You need to wipe this blade after use and keep it oiled or completely dry to prevent rust.

  • Maker: Fujiwara Kanefusa
  • Weight: 10.0 oz (284 g)
  • Edge Length: 276 mm
  • Total Length: 405 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 2.3 mm
  • Blade Height: 55.4 mm||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|fufkhcape12||item-1||solidtemplate||120mmpettys||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/fujiwara-fkh-carbon-petty-120mm-61.png||||||Fujiwara FKH Carbon Petty 120mm||FKH01||resources > petty-knives > 120mmpettys > ||Knife Types > Petty Knives > 120-140mm Pettys > ||53.000||53.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Fujiwara Kanefusa Japanese Steel Chef's Gyuto measures 210mm on the edge and uses good carbon steel for easy sharpening. You need to wipe this blade after use and keep it oiled or completely dry to prevent rust.

  • Maker: Fujiwara Kanefusa
  • Weight: 2.6 oz (74 g)
  • Edge Length: 121 mm
  • Total Length: 228 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 1.8 mm
  • Blade Height: 25.0 mm||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|funayukiknives||item.||solidtemplate||resources||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/funayuki-knives-71.png||||||Funayukis||||resources > ||Knife Types > ||||||||||||||||0||1||0||0||||chkicacr21 enbl2fu16 ensrfu16 iswh2fu16 iswh2na16 ki18fubl2 mabl2nabu171 mufu16 niwh1fu18 okada1 okado okada2 okkofu12 sawh2fu18 shbl2gy21 tastclfu yawh1fu18 yabl2fu16 yubl2fu21cu yubl2bu16cu1 yubl2nafu21 ||yubl2fu16||Funayuki originally, the funayuki was designed as a multipurpose knife for fishing boats. Today, how the term is used depends on the knife maker and how they choose to design and market their knives. Several features common to funayukis are: a fairly flat blade profile with relatively little belly; a short, handy size; and the knife may or may not be a single bevel. In general, these knives make great complements or replacements for the gyuto or chef’s knife as a jack of all trades in the kitchen.||||||||http://chefknivestogo.stores.turbify.net/funayukiknives.html||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|ge00goslsp||item-1||solidtemplate||giftideas||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/gestura-00-gold-slotted-spoon-132.png||||||Gestura 00 Gold Slotted Spoon||Gestura-GoldSlottedSpoon||knife-accessories > giftideas > ||Accessories > Gift Ideas > ||40.000||40.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||The 01's slotted companion--now gold-plated.

    Updated with a thicker, more durable handle and an identifying slot, the 00 Gold is a nimble creature comfortable reaching into poaching liquid or blanching water, able to fetch tempura from the fryer, or even retrieve fish from a pan of hot butter, maybe to grab some braised greens, check if the beans are done, or to pluck an olive from the 12-quart container in the back of the walk-in. Inspired by the worn and tarnished steel often found at flea markets, and modeled after old American and European silhouettes the spoon is tumbled and unpolished. This creates a matte and imperfect material finish. Each piece is stamped and etched, then finished by hand on a lathe.

  • Made in Japan
  • Material: 18/10 Japanese stainless steel, Gold-plated
  • Length: 9 inches
  • Volume: 1 tablespoon, .5 ounce
  • Hand-wash only, please
  • Packaging is constructed with recycled chipboard

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|ge00sislsp||item-1||solidtemplate||giftideas||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/gestura-00-silver-slotted-spoon-103.png||||||Gestura 00 Silver Slotted Spoon||Gestura-SlottedSpoon||knife-accessories > giftideas > ||Accessories > Gift Ideas > ||30.000||30.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||The 01s slotted companion - updated with a thicker, more durable handle and an identifying slot.

    The 00 is a nimble creature comfortable reaching into poaching liquid or blanching water, able to fetch tempura from the fryer, or even retrieve fish from a pan of hot butter, maybe to grab some braised greens, check if the beans are done, or to pluck an olive from the 12-quart container in the back of the walk-in. Inspired by the worn and tarnished steel often found at flea markets, and modeled after old American and European silhouettes the spoon is tumbled and unpolished. This creates a matte and imperfect material finish. Each piece is stamped and etched, then finished by hand on a lathe.

  • Made in Japan
  • Material: 18/10 Japanese stainless steel
  • Length: 9 inches
  • Hand-wash only, please.
  • Packaging is constructed with recycled chipboard

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|ge01gosp||item-1||solidtemplate||giftideas||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/gestura-01-gold-spoon-120.png||||||Gestura 01 Gold Spoon||Gestura-GoldSpoon||knife-accessories > giftideas > ||Accessories > Gift Ideas > ||35.000||35.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||A custom utility spoon designed for control, consistency, and style. Updated with a thicker, more durable handle.

    The well is formed deep to cradle liquid - one tablespoon exactly, to help with recipe continuity and reduce the amount of tools needed on hand--and pointed at the tip for precise pouring or basting. The handle is long enough to stir a braise or a pot of beans and nimble enough to sauce a plate. The lip is thin and flared to help scrape the corners of a pan or storage container. Inspired by the worn and tarnished steel often found at flea markets, and modeled after old American and European silhouettes the spoon is tumbled and unpolished. This creates a matte and imperfect material finish. Each piece is stamped and etched, then finished by hand on a lathe.

  • Made in Japan
  • Material: 18/10 stainless steel
  • Length: 9 inches
  • Volume: 1 tablespoon, .5 ounce
  • Packaging is constructed with recycled chipboard

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|gestura||item-1||solidtemplate||giftideas||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/gestura-01-silver-spoon-141.png||||||Gestura 01 Silver Spoon||Gestura-Spoon||knife-accessories > giftideas > ||Accessories > Gift Ideas > ||25.000||25.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||The Gestura 01 Silver Spoon is made in Japan and measures one tablespoon exactly to assist with recipe continuity and reduce the amount of tools needed on hand. It has a nice shape with a pointed tip to allow for easy and precise pouring or basting. The handle is long to stir a pot or can be used well when saucing a plate. The lip is thin and flared to help scrape the corners of a pan. The spoon is tumbled and unpolished, which creates a matte and imperfect material finish. Each piece is stamped and etched, then finished by hand on a lathe.

  • Made in Japan
  • Material: 18/10 stainless steel
  • Length: 9 inches
  • Volume: 1 tablespoon, .5 ounce
  • Packaging is constructed with recycled chipboard

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|gestgotw||item-1||solidtemplate||peelers||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/gestura-stando-gold-tweezer-127.png||||||Gestura Stando Gold Tweezer||Gestura-Stando-Gold||specials > linecooks > peelers > ||Resources > For Professionals > Peelers & Tweezers > ||40.000||40.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||This Gestura Stando Gold mid-length tweezer merges the sleek, tapered profile of Japanese cooking chopsticks with the precision and tension of plating tweezers. Whether you're turning small vegetables in a small pan or handling noodles and grilling, Stando is designed for maximum comfort and versatility.

    One of the standout features of Stando is its curved stand positioned in the middle of the tool, which provides ample surface area for finger placement and grip. When not in use, the stand keeps the tips of the tweezer elevated off the ground.

    Strategically positioned, the curve of Stando is designed to lean on a variety of vessels, including 1/9 pans, pint containers, bowls, and pan handles with a lip or corner.

    Don't let the idea of tweezers being solely for micro greens and delicate plating fool you. Stando is a practical and essential tool for everyday use. I highly encourage you to give it a try.||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|gestsitw||item-1||solidtemplate||peelers||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/gestura-stando-silver-tweezer-129.png||||||Gestura Stando Silver Tweezer||Gestura-Silver-Tweezers||specials > linecooks > peelers > ||Resources > For Professionals > Peelers & Tweezers > ||30.000||30.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||This Gestura Stando Silver mid-length tweezer merges the sleek, tapered profile of Japanese cooking chopsticks with the precision and tension of plating tweezers. Whether you're turning small vegetables in a small pan or handling noodles and grilling, Stando is designed for maximum comfort and versatility.

    One of the standout features of Stando is its curved stand positioned in the middle of the tool, which provides ample surface area for finger placement and grip. When not in use, the stand keeps the tips of the tweezer elevated off the ground.

    Strategically positioned, the curve of Stando is designed to lean on a variety of vessels, including 1/9 pans, pint containers, bowls, and pan handles with a lip or corner.

    Don't let the idea of tweezers being solely for micro greens and delicate plating fool you. Stando is a practical and essential tool for everyday use. I highly encourage you to give it a try.||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|giftideas||item.||solidtemplate||knife-accessories||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/gift-ideas-64.png||||||Gift Ideas||||knife-accessories > ||Accessories > ||||||||||||||||0||1||0||0||||gestura ge00sislsp ge01gosp ge00goslsp regiwipute wallet bachset jawoch jachstset tenuguiknives tetosuwr tenugui dethdasp1 tetoka tetoki ststkitoseto esmojasp hifosk4me thproulfadif saoksh tojiro-kitchen-shears kuhuwhko jaststcublna hifobl2tosh kuripakn cooftw mabusp10 kuriswmepe oysterknife toprofitw minisword ri12pcplspse wokynopa chbaai10pa kolapin tenugui1 tetofl tetohy tetobecat raforfeam japahabr21 mijakasw21 ||||Here are some interesting and inexpensive gift ideas we offer.||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|gibl2gy21||item-1||solidtemplate||21wahagy||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/gihei-blue-2-gyuto-210mm-287.png||||||Gihei Blue #2 Gyuto 210mm||GAN-G21H||resources > gyutos > gyutos210mm > 21wahagy > ||Knife Types > Gyutos > Gyutos 210mm > 210mm Wa Handled Gyutos > ||220.000||220.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Like its larger sibling, this 210mm gyuto is made from the popular Hitachi Blue #2 steel which has been hardened to 62-63 Rockwell. The core steel is then covered in a layer of SUS 405 stainless steel. This imparts strength and lightness to the blade. It also makes maintenance easier than with a full carbon knife. The edge steel is still exposed so care is required to keep it from rusting. The cladding receives a very attractive nashiji or pear skin finish.

    The primary grind of the blade starts high up on the face and imparts a great contrast to the nashiji portion. It is extremely well executed. The choil area has a very nice radius to it and together with the spine is polished to a high finish. The profile is nicely formed with a fairly flat main section giving way to a gentle curve towards the tip.

    Fit and finish are of equally fine quality and this attribute is emphasized with the addition of a lovely octagonal handle with a buffalo horn ferrule. With a 50/50 grind, it is a good choice for both left- and right-handed users. The profile is quite curved for a gyuto and this makes it an especially good blade for rocking cutters. We really like this maker and their knives.

  • Maker: Hosokawa-san
  • Brand: Gihei
  • Edge Steel: Blue #2 Carbon Steel
  • Cladding: SUS 405 Stainless Steel
  • HRC: 62-63
  • Edge Grind: 50/50
  • Weight: 6.6 0z (188 g)
  • Edge Length: 214 mm
  • Total Length: 360 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 3.7 mm
  • Blade Height: 47.7 mm
  • Handle: Magnolia Octagonal
  • Ferrule: Buffalo Horn
  • Photos by Gustavo Bermudez

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|gibl2gy24||item-1||solidtemplate||waha24gy||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/gihei-blue-2-gyuto-240mm-254.png||||||Gihei Blue #2 Gyuto 240mm||GAN-G24H||resources > gyutos > gyutos240mm > waha24gy > ||Knife Types > Gyutos > Gyutos 240mm > Wa Gyutos 240mm > ||260.000||260.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Gihei knives are made in Sanjo City by Atsushi Hosokawa and his son.

    Gihei was established in 1928 specializing in the production of nakiri-type (three-laminate knives) kitchen knives—either as santoku, kakugata or kengata (also gyuto or gyutu). These knives were manufactured in the traditional way, and Gihei built a very a good reputation based on these principles.

    Current owner Atsushi Hosokawa, together with his son, has made his goal to preserve the outstanding characteristics of Japanese knives, like high sharpness, hardness, and ease of sharpening, but to work on some of the admitted disadvantages, such as the relatively brittle edge and susceptibility to rust. The Blue #2 line of knives featured here are a result of that endeavor. The blade has excellent grinds. Heat treatment of the blue #2 steel is really well executed, resulting in a HRC of 62-63. Edge retention and ease of sharpening are very much a feature of these blades. The stainless cladding has a very nice nashiji finish which adds to the strength and overall stability of the knife. They are also easy to maintain.

    This is a well-proportioned knife with a generous height and lovely profile. The oak octagonal handle with buffalo horn ferrule are finished to a high standard and complement the beautiful nashiji cladding perfectly. We do not have a saya that fits this knife.

  • Maker: Hosokawa-san
  • Brand: Gihei
  • Edge Steel: Blue #2 Carbon Steel
  • Cladding: SUS 405 Stainless Steel
  • HRC: 62-63
  • Edge Grind: 50/50
  • Weight: 8.6 oz (244 g)
  • Edge Length: 239 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 3.7 mm
  • Blade Height: 52.1 mm
  • Handle: Oak Octagonal
  • Ferrule: Buffalo Horn

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|gibl2na16||item-1||solidtemplate||wahana||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/gihei-blue-2-nakiri-165mm-295.png||||||Gihei Blue #2 Nakiri 165mm||GAN-N16R||resources > nakiri-knives > wahana > ||Knife Types > Nakiris > Wa Handled Nakiris > ||165.000||165.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||This 165mm Nakiri is made from the popular Hitachi Blue #2 steel which has been hardened to 62-63 Rockwell. The core steel is then covered in a layer of SUS 405 stainless steel. This imparts strength and lightness to the blade. It also makes maintenance easier than with a full carbon knife. The edge steel is still exposed so care is required to keep it from rusting. The cladding receives a very attractive nashiji or pear skin finish.

    The primary grind of the blade starts high up on the face and imparts a great contrast to the nashiji portion. It is extremely well executed. The choil area has a very nice radius to it and together with the spine is polished to a high finish. The profile is nicely formed with a fairly flat main section giving way to a gentle curve towards the tip.

    Fit and finish are of equally fine quality and this attribute is emphasized with the addition of a lovely magnolia wood, oval handle with a buffalo horn ferrule. With a 50/50 grind, it is a good choice for both left- and right-handed users. We really like this maker and their knives.

  • Maker: Hosokawa-san
  • Brand: Gihei
  • Edge Steel: Blue #2 Carbon Steel
  • Cladding: SUS 405 Stainless Steel
  • HRC: 62-63
  • Edge Grind: 50/50
  • Handle: Magnolia Oval
  • Ferrule: Buffalo Horn
  • Weight: 5.1 oz (146 g)
  • Blade Length: 156 mm
  • Overall Length: 334 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Heel: 3.4 mm
  • Blade Height at Heel: 46.5 mm

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|gibl2na||item.||solidtemplate||blue2steel||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/gihei-blue-2-nashiji-81.png||||||Gihei Blue #2 Nashiji||||shopbysteel > blue2steel > ||Shop by Steel > Blue #2 Steel > ||||||||||||||||0||1||0||0||||gibl2pe15 gibl2na16 gibl2sa16 gihape17 gibl2gy21 gibl2gy24 ||||The Gihei blacksmith shop opened for business in 1928. Under the leadership of owner Atsushi Hosokawa they have been producing some of the finest Japanese kitchen cutlery using great steel and cutting-edge techniques.||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|gibl2pe15||item-1||solidtemplate||150mmpettys||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/gihei-blue-2-petty-150mm-284.png||||||Gihei Blue #2 Petty 150mm||GAN-P15R||resources > petty-knives > 150mmpettys > ||Knife Types > Petty Knives > 150-165mm Pettys > ||140.000||140.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||This 150mm petty is made from the popular Hitachi Blue #2 steel which has been hardened to 62-63 Rockwell. The core steel is then covered in a layer of SUS 405 stainless steel. This imparts strength and lightness to the blade. It also makes maintenance easier than with a full carbon knife. The edge steel is still exposed so care is required to keep it from rusting. The cladding receives a very attractive nashiji or pear skin finish.

    The primary grind of the blade starts high up on the face and imparts a great contrast to the nashiji portion. It is extremely well executed. The choil area has a very nice radius to it and together with the spine is polished to a high finish. The profile is nicely formed with a fairly flat main section giving way to a gentle curve towards the tip.

    Fit and finish are of equally fine quality and this attribute is emphasized with the addition of a lovely oval handle with a buffalo horn ferrule. With a 50/50 grind, it is a good choice for both left- and right-handed use. We really like this maker and their knives.

  • Maker: Hosokawa-san
  • Brand: Gihei
  • Edge Steel: Blue #2 Carbon Steel
  • Cladding: SUS 405 Stainless Steel
  • HRC: 62-63
  • Edge Grind: 50/50
  • Weight: 3.5 oz (100 g)
  • Edge Length: 151 mm
  • Total Length: 291 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 3.5 mm
  • Blade Height at Heel: 37.1 mm
  • Handle: Magnolia Oval
  • Ferrule: Buffalo Horn

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|gihape17||item-1||solidtemplate||gibl2na||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/gihei-hap40-petty-170mm-119.png||||||Gihei Blue #2 Petty 170mm||GAN-P17R||shopbysteel > blue2steel > gibl2na > ||Shop by Steel > Blue #2 Steel > Gihei Blue #2 Nashiji > ||165.000||165.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Petty knives are small utility knives of Japanese design. They can vary significantly in both profile and size, going from 75mm to 210mm. Petty knives are very similar to the common western paring or utility knife and are adept at many small and detailed cutting tasks. They also excel at preparing garnishes and other artistic endeavors.

    We love the way that Atsushi Hosokawa and his associates use the best steels and techniques. Partnered to the fine blade is a lovely semi-custom ho wood oval handle. Sweet looks, great performance, and a fair price combine to make this versatile petty a great value.

  • Steel: Blue #2 Steel
  • HRC: 61
  • Weight: 3.8 oz (106 g)
  • Edge Length: 166 mm
  • Total Length: 308 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Heel: 3.1 mm
  • Blade Height at Heel: 37.3 mm
  • Handle: Magnolia (Ho) Oval
  • Ferrule: Buffalo Horn||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|gibl2sa16||item-1||solidtemplate||wahasa||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/gihei-blue-2-santoku-165mm-290.png||||||Gihei Blue #2 Santoku 165mm||GAN-S16H||resources > santokuknives > wahasa > ||Knife Types > Santokus > Wa Handled Santokus > ||165.000||165.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||This 165mm Santoku is made from the popular Hitachi Blue #2 steel that has been hardened to 62-63 Rockwell. The core steel is then covered in a layer of SUS 405 stainless steel. This imparts strength and lightness to the blade. It also makes maintenance easier than with a full carbon knife. The edge steel is still exposed so care is required to keep it from rusting. The cladding receives a very attractive nashiji or pear skin finish.

    The primary grind of the blade starts high up on the face and imparts a great contrast to the nashiji portion. It is extremely well executed. The choil area has a very nice radius to it and together with the spine is polished to a high finish. The profile is nicely formed with a fairly flat main section giving way to a gentle curve towards the tip.

    Fit and finish are of equally fine quality and this attribute is emphasized with the addition of a lovely magnolia wood, oval handle with a buffalo horn ferrule. With a 50/50 grind, it is a good choice for both left- and right-handed users. We really like this maker and their knives.

  • Maker: Hosokawa-san
  • Brand: Gihei
  • Edge Steel: Blue #2 Carbon Steel
  • Cladding: SUS 405 Stainless Steel
  • HRC: 62-63
  • Edge Grind: 50/50
  • Handle: Magnolia Oval
  • Ferrule: Buffalo Horn
  • Weight: 4.4 oz (126 g)
  • Edge Length: 165 mm
  • Total Length: 307 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 3.8 mm
  • Blade Height: 46.6 mm

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|gihabu16||item-1||solidtemplate||buknupto17an||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/gihei-hap40-bunka-170mm-237.png||||||Gihei HAP40 Bunka 170mm||GHP-KG17U||resources > bannobunkas > buknupto17an > ||Knife Types > Bunka Knives > Bunka Knives 170mm and Longer > ||225.000||225.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||The Gihei HAP40 Bunka 165mm is made Sanjo City, Japan. We have been working with Gihei for many years and during that time they have produced some of the nicest blades we have offered.

    The bunka featured here is constructed using HAP40 PM semi-stainless steel as the inner core (hagane) with a strong outer jigane made from stainless steel. HAP40 is a very good steel for kitchen knives, especially when heat treated to 65-66 HRC. The heat treatment applied to Gihei blades is of notable quality. This combination results in a knife that takes a great edge and stays sharp for a long time.

    Bunka knives have gained in popularity since we started asking our blacksmiths to make them about 8 years ago. They are prized for their handy, user-friendly size and chef’s knife-like versatility.

    This knife is paired with a lovely oak octagonal handle with burnt urushi finish.

  • Brand: Gihei
  • Blacksmith: Mr. Hosikawa
  • Region: Sanjo City, Japan
  • Construction: San Mai
  • Cladding: Stainless Steel
  • Edge Steel: HAP40
  • Handle: Octagonal Oak with Urushi Finish
  • Weight: 3.9 oz (110 g)
  • Edge Length: 173 mm
  • Total Length: 308 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 1.7 mm
  • Blade Height at Heel: 41.0 mm
  • Photos by Gustavo Bermudez

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|gihagy211||item-1||solidtemplate||21wahagy||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/gihei-hap40-gyuto-210mm-551.png||||||Gihei HAP40 Gyuto 210mm||GHP-G20U||resources > gyutos > gyutos210mm > 21wahagy > ||Knife Types > Gyutos > Gyutos 210mm > 210mm Wa Handled Gyutos > ||230.000||230.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||The gyuto featured here is constructed using HAP40 PM semi-stainless steel as the inner core (hagane) with a strong outer jigane made from stainless steel. HAP40 is a very good steel for kitchen knives, especially when heat treated to 65-66 HRC. The heat treatment applied to Gihei blades is of notable quality. This combination results in a knife that takes a great edge and stays sharp for a long time.

    The 210mm gyuto is a simple yet elegant knife. It is fairly light, even for a small gyuto, and it features a very nice grind that starts quite high on the blade. Fit and finish are of equally fine quality and this attribute is emphasized with the addition of a lovely semi-custom urushi octagonal handle. Therefore it is good choice for both left- and right-handed users. The profile is quite curved for a gyuto and this makes it a good blade for rocking cutters.

    This is an all-around great knife that is perfect for users looking for a smaller chef-type knife that will hold its edge for an incredibly long time.

  • Brand: Gihei
  • Blacksmith: Hosokawa-San
  • Region: Sanjo City, Japan
  • Weight: 5.0 oz (142 g)
  • Edge Length: 203 mm
  • Total Length: 350 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Heel: 2.0 mm
  • Blade Height: 40.5 mm
  • Handle: Urushi Octagonal Oak
  • Photos by Gustavo Bermudez

    ||||||||http://chefknivestogo.stores.turbify.net/gihagy211.html||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|giheihap401||item-1||solidtemplate||kiupto21||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/gihei-hap40-kiritsuke-200mm-240.png||||||Gihei HAP40 Kiritsuke 200mm||GHP-KG20U||resources > kiritsukeknife > kiupto21 > ||Knife Types > Kiritsukes > Kiritsukes Up To 210mm > ||235.000||235.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Gihei HAP40 Kiritsuke 200mm is a new knife for 2021 by the famed father and son team located in Sanjo City, Japan. We have been working with Gihei for many years and during that time they have produced some of the nicest blades we have offered.

    The kiritsuke featured here is constructed using HAP40 PM semi-stainless steel as the inner core (hagane) with a strong outer jigane made from stainless steel. HAP40 is a very good steel for kitchen knives, especially when heat treated to 65-66 HRC. The heat treatment applied to Gihei blades is of notable quality. This combination results in a knife that takes a great edge and stays sharp for a long time.

    Kiritsuke knives have gained in popularity since we started asking our blacksmiths to make them about 8 years ago. They are prized for their handy, user-friendly size and chef’s knife-like versatility.

    This knife is paired with a lovely oak octagonal handle with burnt urushi finish.

  • Brand: Gihei
  • Blacksmith: Mr. Hosikawa
  • Region: Sanjo City, Japan
  • Construction: San Mai
  • Cladding: Stainless Steel
  • Edge Steel: HAP40
  • HRC: 65-66
  • Handle: Octagonal Oak with Urushi Finish
  • Weight: 5.0 oz (142 g)
  • Edge Length: 203 mm
  • Total Length: 350 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 2.1 mm
  • Blade Height: 39.6 mm

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|gihakn||item.||solidtemplate||giheihap40||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/gihei-hap40-knives-110.png||||||Gihei HAP40 Knives||||specials > forknco > giheihap40 > ||Resources > For Knife Collectors > Gihei Knives > ||||||||||||||||0||1||0||0||||gihape15 gihasa16 gihana16 gihabu16 giheihap401 gihagy211 ||||We are very fond of the Gihei blacksmith shop and their wonderful products. In business since 1928, Gihei have been pushing the boundaries of knife making with the use of the most modern steels and techniques. HAP40 is a semi-stainless PM steel, which they harden to a very high 65-66 HRC. We have nicknamed this alloy “Voodoo Steel”. The steel takes and holds an extraordinarily fine edge.||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|gihana16||item-1||solidtemplate||wahana||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/gihei-hap40-nakiri-165mm-395.png||||||Gihei HAP40 Nakiri 165mm||GHP-N16U||resources > nakiri-knives > wahana > ||Knife Types > Nakiris > Wa Handled Nakiris > ||225.000||225.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Nakiris are becoming a popular choice in many western kitchens of late. Their compact size and interesting profile have found a new legion of users in both professional and home environments. This is a vegetable cutter of the highest order. The flat edge and extra finger clearance make it a great choice for users who prefer push cutting over a rocking style. The thin blade is made from a super hard steel called HAP40, which is a powdered metallurgy (PM) alloy. The steel is exquisitely heat treated to a high 65-66 HRC.

    This is a knife that takes a very sharp edge and holds it for a long time. The blade profile is very flat, even for a nakiri, with a small radius right at the tip end for smaller rock-chopping tasks.

    The core HAP40 steel is wrapped in a stainless steel outer layer to aid in strength and wear resistance. The cladding is nicely polished and, together with the lovely, semi-custom oak octagonal handle with urushi finish.

    As mentioned, the blade is quite thin with virtually no taper. The height at the heel is about 50mm, which is slightly less than average for a nakiri of this length. Fit and finish are of a high standard which combines with its other fine attributes to qualify the Gihei HAP40 nakiri as a great value.

  • Brand: Gihei
  • Blacksmith: Mr Hosikawa
  • Region: Sanjo City, Japan
  • Construction: San Mai
  • Cladding: Stainless Steel
  • Edge Steel: HAP40
  • Weight: 4.9 oz (140 g)
  • Edge Length: 157 mm
  • Total Length: 303 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Heel: 1.4 mm
  • Blade Height: 50.8 mm
  • Handle: Oak Octagonal Burnt Urushi
  • Handle is new--trust the pictures, not the video

    ||||||||http://chefknivestogo.stores.turbify.net/gihana16.html||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|gihape15||item-1||solidtemplate||150mmpettys||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/gihei-hap40-petty-150mm-550.png||||||Gihei HAP40 Petty 150mm||GHP-P15U||resources > petty-knives > 150mmpettys > ||Knife Types > Petty Knives > 150-165mm Pettys > ||195.000||195.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||The Gihei HAP40 Petty is constructed using HAP40 PM semi-stainless steel as the inner core (hagane) with a tough outer outer layer (jigane) made from a softer stainless steel. HAP40 is a really great steel for kitchen knives, especially when heat treated to 65-66 HRC. The heat treatment applied to Gihei blades is especially noteworthy. This combination results in a knife that takes a great edge and stays sharp through many long prep sessions. The Gihei company is located in Sanjo City and is one of the most innovative small blacksmith shops operating in the Prefecture.

    Petty knives are small utility knives of Japanese design. They can vary significantly in both profile and size, going from 75mm to 210mm. Petty knives are very similar to the common western paring or utility knife and are adept at many small and detailed cutting tasks. They also excel at preparing garnishes and other artistic endeavors.

    We love the way that Atsushi Hosokawa and his associates use the best steels and techniques. Partnered to the fine blade is a lovely semi-custom walnut octagonal handle with a burnt urushi finish. Sweet looks, great performance, and a fair price combine to make this versatile petty a great value.

  • Steel: HAP40 Semi Stainless
  • HRC: 65-66
  • Weight: 2.4 oz (68 g)
  • Edge Length: 150 mm
  • Total Length: 274 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 1.5 mm
  • Blade Height: 30.2 mm||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|gihasa16||item-1||solidtemplate||wahasa||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/gihei-hap40-santoku-165mm-494.png||||||Gihei HAP40 Santoku 165mm||GHP-S16U||resources > santokuknives > wahasa > ||Knife Types > Santokus > Wa Handled Santokus > ||225.000||225.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||We have been working with Gihei for many years and during that time they have produced some of the nicest blades we offer.

    The santoku featured here is constructed using HAP40 PM semi-stainless steel as the inner core (hagane) with a strong outer jigane made from stainless steel. HAP40 is a very good steel for kitchen knives, especially when heat treated to 65-66 HRC. The heat treatment applied to Gihei blades is of notable quality. This combination results in a knife that takes a great edge and stays sharp for a long time.

    Santoku knives are probably the Japanese knife best established in the western marketplace. Santoku knives are prized for their handy, user-friendly size and gyuto/chef’s knife-like versatility.

    This santoku is paired with a lovely oak octagonal handle with burnt urushi finish.

  • Brand: Gihei
  • Blacksmith: Mr. Hosikawa
  • Region: Sanjo City, Japan
  • Construction: San Mai
  • Cladding: Stainless Steel
  • Edge Steel: HAP40
  • Handle: Octagonal Oak with Urushi Finish
  • Weight: 4.1 oz (116 g)
  • Edge Length: 170 mm
  • Total Length: 307 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 1.7 mm
  • Blade Height: 45.9 mm

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|giheihap40||item.||solidtemplate||forknco||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/gihei-hap40-47.png||||||Gihei Knives||||specials > forknco > ||Resources > For Knife Collectors > ||||||||||||||||0||1||0||0||||gihakn gibl2na ||||Established in 1928, Gihei is one of the innovative small blacksmith shops working in Niigata Prefecture today. The owner, Atsushi Hosokawa, has been very proactive in using and developing knives with the best steels available such as ZDP189 and HAP40 and others.||||||||http://chefknivestogo.stores.turbify.net/giheihap40.html||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|ginsankosteel||item.||solidtemplate||shopbysteel||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/ginsanko-steel-silver-3-51.png||||||Ginsan Steel (Silver 3)||||shopbysteel > ||Shop by Steel > ||||||||||||||||0||1||0||0||||hahg3kn mag3na kagistkn okgikn ginsanwa tsg3stkn yagisahaen ||||Ginsan steel is also known as Ginsanko, Gin-3, or Silver-3, and has excellent stainless properties. The original design for this steel was to be used in scissors and knives.||||||||http://chefknivestogo.stores.turbify.net/ginsankosteel.html||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|globalknives1||link.||||knives1||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/global-knives-42.png||||||Global Knives||||knives1 > ||Japanese Knives > ||||||||||||||||0||0||0||0||||||||||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|gokowhite1||item.||solidtemplate||||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/goko-white-1-49.png||||||Goko White #1||||||||||||||||||||||0||1||0||0||||||||Goko Knives are aggressively priced white #1 knives clad in stainless steel, that we think will be very popular. Goko Knives is a tiny workshop located in Kashiwa-City, Chiba Prefecture. It is not long since Goko started knife manufacturing, but they've quickly established themselves in the Japanese market with a solid reputation for good quality and high bang for the buck knives with good grinds and heat treatment. These knives have a nice look and rustic design but their performance separates them from others in this price range. HRC is 60 on these knives. Handles on these are D shaped chestnut with durable resin ferrules. Edge grinds are slightly asymmetric.||||||||http://chefknivestogo.stores.turbify.net/gokowhite1.html||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|gyutos||item.||solidtemplate||resources||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/gyutos-166.png||||||Gyutos||||resources > ||Knife Types > ||||||||||||||||0||1||0||0||||gyutos1 gyutos210mm gyutos240mm clfr25prgy gyutos270mm ||||The gyuto is a Japanese-designed chef’s knife. Gyutos vary widely in design but generally range from 210mm to 270mm in length though smaller and larger examples can be found. Like the familiar western-styled chef’s knife, gyutos are commonly tall at the heel, have a reasonably flat profile toward the heel for chopping, a belly toward the tip of the blade for rock cutting, and a pointed tip for precision work.||||||||http://chefknivestogo.stores.turbify.net/gyutos.html||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|gyutos1||item.||solidtemplate||gyutos||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/gyutos-169.png||||||Gyutos 180 - 195mm||||resources > gyutos > ||Knife Types > Gyutos > ||||||||mihacastgy18||||||||0||1||0||0||||anasgy18 anbl2hagy18 ankudagy18 sataha24chkn haasmogy18 haaswagy21 hakuwh2gy18 hayosldgy18 shkayobl2gy1 shkabl2migy1 shkar2dabu shirokamo1 kapsgy19 kaasgy18 katoknives kavgsugy18 kavgnagy18 kobl2gy18 koaosugy18 koasgy18 kobl2nagy18 kohagy18 kohagy181 mihagy18 kosldgy18 mibl2tsgy18 kovgtsgy18 kovgdagy18 kuragy18 kumigikode13 makivggy18 makoasgy18 makugy18 mashgy18 mayugy18 mavg1gy18 mavggy18 mabl2nafu18 mihacastgy18 mihaasgy18 nagigy18 okwh2kugy18 fucunagy18 sagy18 saradabl2gy1 shba19gy shhagy18 tabl2gyta18 takamura6 takayuki7394 tagrchswstgy tabl2migy21 todpchkn18 tojirodamascus1 tojirogai3 topror2gy18 tovghagy18 tsauhadagy18 tsunehisaaus8 tsnaaugy18 tsvghadagy18 xin30gu18 yaginahaengy yavghadagy18 yabl2gy18 yoenvgdagy18 yosg2gy18 fuwh2gy18 ||||Gyutos are general-purpose knives and the word translates roughly to "cow sword". Japanese knives are usually sharper and thinner than western knives, so less force is used, which makes push cutting ideal. Here is our complete selection of Japanese gyutos in the 180-190mm edge length range.||||||||http://chefknivestogo.stores.turbify.net/gyutos1.html||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|gyutos210mm||item.||solidtemplate||gyutos||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/gyutos-210mm-128.png||||||Gyutos 210mm ||||resources > gyutos > ||Knife Types > Gyutos > ||||||||||||||||0||1||0||0||||21wahagy 21wehagy ||||Gyutos are general purpose knives used to cut, slice, chop etc. Similar in size and shape to western chef knives but with no finger guard and usually a slightly flatter blade profile with less belly.||||||||http://chefknivestogo.stores.turbify.net/gyutos210mm.html||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|gyutos240mm||item.||solidtemplate||gyutos||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/gyutos-240mm-135.png||||||Gyutos 240mm||||resources > gyutos > ||Knife Types > Gyutos > ||||||||||||||||0||1||0||0||||waha24gy weha24gy ||||Gyutos are basically Japanese chef knives. Here in this selection are some of the knives we carry in the 240mm length which is about 9.4 inches long on the edge. Sizes are usually estimates so check the specific item page for specs.||||||||http://chefknivestogo.stores.turbify.net/gyutos240mm.html||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|gyutos270mm||item.||solidtemplate||gyutos||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/gyutos-270mm-95.png||||||Gyutos 270-300mm ||||resources > gyutos > ||Knife Types > Gyutos > ||||||||||||||||0||1||0||0||||fufkhcagy27 kanasuvggy27 kielcagy27 koaosu27gy kohagy27 kobl2gy27 koweasgy27 kohawagy27 kovgdagy27 kovg5tsgy27 kofubl2su27 kohd2pe18eb kufuasgy27 kusesg2gy27 kufuvggy18 kurosaki3 makugy27 maki27gy mayugy27 makogy27 mash270gy moasgy27ch moritaka7 nagigy27 saradabl2su2 suzddagy27 suzddasu27 tabl2gy27 tagrchgy27 takayukitus7 takayukitus8 todpchkn27 togyr2post27 ||||

    Gyuto knives are basically the Japanese version of a western chef knife with a few minor modifications. First, most Gyutos do not have a traditional Western bolster that runs down the base of the heel. Some also have traditional Japanese style handles and are called Wa-Gyutos. Japanese Gyutos are often made of thinner, harder steel which many professionals like because the knives can be sharpened to a steeper, sharper edge and the knives don't wedge through food as much because the blade doesn't push through food as much as thicker knives.||||||||http://chefknivestogo.stores.turbify.net/gyutos270mm.html||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|hand-held-sharpeners||item.||solidtemplate||knife-accessories||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/hand-held-sharpeners-71.png||||||Hand Held Sharpeners||||knife-accessories > ||Accessories > ||||||||||||||||0||1||0||0||||edgeproapex1 edgeproapex3 edgeproapex4 to ||||Here is our current selection of sharpening jigs and hand held sharpening machines. We have a wide variety and different price points. Our current favorite in this group is the Edge Pro sharpening system.||||||||http://chefknivestogo.stores.turbify.net/hand-held-sharpeners.html||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|hankotsu-reviews||info.||solidtemplate||||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/hankotsu-reviews-44.png||||||Hankotsu Reviews||||||||||||||||||||||0||0||0||0||||||||||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|hankotsuknives||item-1||solidtemplate||resources||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/hankotsu-knives-43.png||||||Hankotsus||hankotsuknives||resources > ||Knife Types > ||||||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||kanehide2 kielcaha15 tagrchha ||||

    Hankotus are stout knives used for boning and trimming meat. These knives have pointed tips for inserting the knives into the cut and short height so the knives can turn to cut along bone, connective tissue, or fat. Hankotsus are sometimes unsharpened or obtusely sharpened at the heel to give a very strong edge for tough work during boning. Hankotsus are commonly asymmetrically ground so users should be aware that these knives may require a different set of techniques for sharpening and maintenance.||||||||http://chefknivestogo.stores.turbify.net/hankotsuknives.html||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|hap40steel||item.||solidtemplate||shopbysteel||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/hap40-steel-73.png||||||HAP40 Steel||||shopbysteel > ||Shop by Steel > ||||||||||||||||0||1||0||0||||giheihap40 hahalada rihakn matsubarahap40 sukenari ||||HAP40 is a semi stainless, Powdered High Speed Steel that takes and holds an edge better than any other steel available on our site. We think it holds the potential to become one of the best steels on the market for the production of high quality kitchen knives.||||||||http://chefknivestogo.stores.turbify.net/hap40steel.html||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|haasbu16||item-1||solidtemplate||buknupto16||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/harukaze-as-bunka-165mm-314.png||||||Harukaze AS Bunka 165mm||HAS-B165||resources > bannobunkas > buknupto16 > ||Knife Types > Bunka Knives > Bunka Knives Up To 165mm > ||130.000||130.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Aogami Super steel is an excellent carbon steel for use in kitchen knife blades. It is a top shelf steel developed by the Hitachi Metals Company. This high carbon alloy has several important elements added to the mix, including tungsten, vanadium, chromium, molybdenum, manganese, phosphorus, sulfur, and silicon. Because of this, Aogami Super is a steel that can take and hold a very acute edge angle. It is also relatively easy to sharpen as compared to other carbon steels. We are seeing more and more makers add this great alloy to their knife catalogs. Remember carbon steel will rust if left to drip dry so wipe it dry with a dish towel after washing.

    This is a classic bunka design. It is a multi-purpose knife, but with a slight vegetable bias. It's basically a santoku with an aggressive tip. It's a tall blade that offers increased finger-to-board clearance, while the shorter length makes it ideal for handling a wide variety of produce and proteins.

    This fine bunka is made in Tosa especially for our CKTG customers. Anyone seeking a knife made from the best steel, with a great grind and an affordable price, can stop their search now!

  • Brand: Harukaze
  • Location: Tosa, Japan
  • Construction: San Mai, Hammer Forged
  • Edge Steel: AS (Aogami Super Steel)
  • Cladding: Stainless
  • Handle: Rosewood Oval
  • Ferrule: Black Pakka Wood
  • Weight: 4.0 oz (114 g)
  • Blade Length: 175 mm
  • Total Length: 318 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 1.9 mm
  • Blade Height: 43.6 mm
  • Cladding: Stainless
  • Edge Grind: 50/50
  • HRC: 63
  • Photos by Gustavo Bermudez

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|haaswagy21||item-1||solidtemplate||haaskn||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/harukaze-as-wa-gyuto-210mm-100.png||||||Harukaze AS Gyuto 180mm||HAS-G180||resources > japanese-knives > habl2kn > haaskn > ||Knife Types > Japanese Knives > Harukaze Knives > Harukaze AS Knives > ||140.000||140.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Chef Knives To Go is thrilled to be the exclusive retailer for these great knives from Tosa, Japan. This gyuto is an excellent knife for anyone who is just starting their journey into Japanese knives, being beautifully made but also a great deal! It is also smaller, which makes it great for smaller hands or kitchens. It has a core steel (Aogami Super Steel) with an HRC of 63, and then has stainless steel cladding to protect and finish the blade. Finished off with a nice rosewood oval handle with a pakka wood ferrule, this is a great little gyuto that will serve you well!

  • Weight: 4.1 oz (116 g)
  • Edge Length: 187 mm
  • Total Length: 325 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 2.1 mm
  • Blade Height: 42.7 mm

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|haas21gy||item-1||solidtemplate||haaskn||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/harukaze-as-210mm-wa-gyuto-96.png||||||Harukaze AS Gyuto 210mm||HAS-G210||resources > japanese-knives > habl2kn > haaskn > ||Knife Types > Japanese Knives > Harukaze Knives > Harukaze AS Knives > ||155.000||155.000 ||||Hokiyama||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Harukaze AS 210mm Gyuto. Made for CKTG exclusively from a medium sized factory in Tosa, Japan, Harukaze means "windy spring" in Japanese. This knife combines excellent core steel (Aogami Super) with stainless cladding and a very nice rosewood oval handle and pakka wood ferrule. The knives are finished off with a beautiful kanji that is hand engraved on the blade, which is unusual for a knife at this price. We predict these should be a big hit with our customers looking for an excellent knife at a good price.

  • Weight: 5.4 ounces
  • Blade Length: 216 mm
  • Blade Height: 46.6 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 2.3 mm
  • Cladding: Stainless
  • Edge Grind: 50/50
  • Core Edge Steel: Aogami Super Steel
  • HRC: 63
  • Handle: Rosewood Oval
  • Ferrule: Black Pakka Wood
  • Engraving: Hand Engraved
  • Made In Tosa, Japan

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|haas24wagy||item-1||solidtemplate||haaskn||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/harukaze-as-240mm-wa-gyuto-115.png||||||Harukaze AS Gyuto 240mm||HAS-G240||resources > japanese-knives > habl2kn > haaskn > ||Knife Types > Japanese Knives > Harukaze Knives > Harukaze AS Knives > ||170.000||170.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Harukaze AS 240mm Wa Gyuto. Meaning "windy spring" in Japanese, these Harukaze knives have been made for CKTG exclusively from a medium sized factory in Tosa, Japan. This is an excellent choice for anyone looking for a high quality knife at a reasonable price. It starts with a core steel (Aogami Super) with an HRC of 63, then add a stainless steel cladding to protect and finish the blade. It is then finished off with a lovely rosewood oval handle with a pakka wood ferrule. As a bonus, it has hand-engraved kanji on the blade, which is unusual at this price point.

  • Weight: 5.9 oz (168 g)
  • Blade Length: 247 mm
  • Total Length: 397 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 2.1 mm
  • Blade Height: 48.2 mm
  • Cladding: Stainless
  • Edge Grind: 50/50
  • Core Edge Steel: Aogami Super Steel
  • HRC: 63
  • Handle: Rosewood Oval
  • Ferrule: Black Pakka Wood
  • Engraving: Hand Engraved
  • Made in Tosa, Japan

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|haaswaki21||item-1||solidtemplate||kiupto21||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/harukaze-as-wa-kiritsuke-210mm-118.png||||||Harukaze AS Kiritsuke 210mm||HAS-K210||resources > kiritsukeknife > kiupto21 > ||Knife Types > Kiritsukes > Kiritsukes Up To 210mm > ||155.000||155.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Harukaze AS 210mm Kiritsuke. Harukaze means "windy spring" in Japanese. Made for CKTG exclusively from a medium-sized factory in Tosa, Japan, this knife combines excellent core steel (Aogami Super) with stainless cladding and a very nice rosewood oval handle and pakka wood ferrule. The knives are finished with a beautiful kanji engraving. We predict these should be a big hit with our customers looking for an excellent knife at a good price.

  • Made In Tosa, Japan
  • Construction: Hammer Forged, San Mai
  • Cladding: Stainless
  • Finish: Migaki (polished)
  • Edge Grind: 50/50
  • Core Edge Steel: Aogami Super Steel
  • HRC: 63
  • Handle: Rosewood Oval
  • Ferrule: Black Pakka Wood
  • Weight: 5.6 oz (160 g)
  • Blade Length: 215 mm
  • Total Length: 356 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Heel: 2.3 mm
  • Blade Height at Heel: 45.7 mm||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|haaski24||item-1||solidtemplate||ki24andab||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/harukaze-as-kiritsuke-240mm-220.png||||||Harukaze AS Kiritsuke 240mm||HAS-K240||resources > kiritsukeknife > ki24andab > ||Knife Types > Kiritsukes > Kiritsukes 240mm and Above > ||170.000||170.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Harukaze AS 240mm Kiritsuke. Harukaze means "windy spring" in Japanese. Made for CKTG exclusively from a medium-sized factory in Tosa, Japan, this knife combines excellent core steel (Aogami Super) with stainless cladding and a very nice rosewood oval handle and pakka wood ferrule. The knives are finished with a beautiful kanji engraving. We predict these should be a big hit with our customers looking for an excellent knife at a good price.

  • Made In Tosa, Japan
  • Construction: Hammer Forged, San Mai
  • Cladding: Stainless
  • Finish: Migaki (polished)
  • Edge Grind: 50/50
  • Core Edge Steel: Aogami Super Steel
  • HRC: 63
  • Handle: Rosewood Oval
  • Ferrule: Black Pakka Wood
  • Weight: 6.1 oz (174 g)
  • Blade Length: 245 mm
  • Total Length: 397 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Heel: 2.3 mm
  • Blade Height at Heel: 47.2 mm||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|haaskn||item.||solidtemplate||habl2kn||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/harukaze-as-knives-107.png||||||Harukaze AS Knives||||resources > japanese-knives > habl2kn > ||Knife Types > Japanese Knives > Harukaze Knives > ||||||||||||||||0||1||0||0||||haaspe13 haasbu16 haassa16 haasna16 haaswagy21 haas21gy haas24wagy haaswaki21 haaski24 haassu24 harukaze7 ||||Harukaze AS Knives. Harukaze means "windy spring" in Japanese. These feature Aogami Super Steel on the edge with a migaki finish and oval handles.||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|hamoas||item.||solidtemplate||habl2kn||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/harukaze-morado-as-60.png||||||Harukaze AS Morado||||resources > japanese-knives > habl2kn > ||Knife Types > Japanese Knives > Harukaze Knives > ||||||||||||||||0||1||0||0||||harukaze4 haasmope15 harukaze1 haasmobu17 haashasa18sp haasmogy18 haashagy21 haasmoki21 hamoasgy24 haasmoki24 haasmosu27 ||||Harukaze AS (Aogami Super) Morado. These knives have a beautiful hammered kurouchi finish with top shelf carbon steel down the middle, and are topped off with a really nice oval finished walnut and maple handle.||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|haasmobu17||item-1||solidtemplate||buknupto17an||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/harukaze-as-morado-bunka-170mm-184.png||||||Harukaze AS Morado Bunka 170mm||HASM-B170||resources > bannobunkas > buknupto17an > ||Knife Types > Bunka Knives > Bunka Knives 170mm and Longer > ||129.950||129.950 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||The Harukaze AS Morado Bunka 170mm is a really good knife at an excellent price with an oval handle made of rosewood and maple. It's not easy to find a knife using AS edge steel at this price and finish level. We highly recommend this one.

  • Brand: Harukaze
  • Location: Tosa, Japan
  • Construction: San Mai, Hammer Forged
  • Cladding: Stainless
  • Edge Steel: Aogami Super
  • Edge: Even
  • Finish: Hammered/kurouchi
  • Handle: Rosewood Oval
  • Ferrule: Maple
  • Weight: 4.3 oz (122 g)
  • Edge Length: 175 mm
  • Total Length: 316 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 1.9 mm
  • Blade Height: 42.8 mm
  • Photos by Gustavo Bermudez

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|haasmogy18||item-1||solidtemplate||gyutos1||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/harukaze-as-morado-gyuto-180mm-178.png||||||Harukaze AS Morado Gyuto 180mm||HASM-G180||resources > gyutos > gyutos1 > ||Knife Types > Gyutos > Gyutos 180 - 195mm > ||129.950||129.950 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||This Harukaze gyuto is made with AS steel which is a top of the line carbon steel that takes a fantastic edge. It's not easy to find a knife using AS edge steel at this price and finish level. I highly recommend this one.

  • Brand: Harukaze
  • Location: Tosa, Japan
  • Construction: San Mai, Hammer Forged
  • Cladding: Stainless
  • Edge Steel: AS (Aogami Super)
  • Edge: Even
  • Finish: Hammered/kurouchi
  • Handle: Morado Oval
  • Ferrule: Maple
  • Weight: 4.4oz /126g
  • Blade Length: 187mm
  • Overall Length: 328mm
  • Spine Thickness at Heel: 2.1mm
  • Blade Height at Heel: 44mm||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|haashagy21||item-1||solidtemplate||hamoas||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/harukaze-as-morado-gyuto-210mm-272.png||||||Harukaze AS Morado Gyuto 210mm ||HASM-G210||resources > japanese-knives > habl2kn > hamoas > ||Knife Types > Japanese Knives > Harukaze Knives > Harukaze AS Morado > ||129.950||129.950 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||We are big fans of the knives bearing the Harukaze name. They are real bang-for-your-buck items that look and feel like far more pricy counterparts. The knife featured here is from the AS Morado line.

    Little needs to be said about AS, or Aogami Super. This Hitachi Metals steel is considered to be just about the best mix of high carbon steels used in the making of kitchen knives. All of the Hitachi Carbon steels can deliver amazing levels of sharpness and AS is about as good as it can get in this regard. Plus, it is very easy to sharpen, resulting in silky smooth cuts through any produce.

    The Harukaze AS Morado Gyuto 210mm comes slightly over-sized in length at about 215mm on the edge. It is ground with an aggressive edge bevel and a steep angle at the cutting edge. This is a very sharp knife! It has a fairly thin blade that tapers down to a very thin tip. The blade is quite stiff with a nice neutral feel on the boards.

    Fit and finish are outstanding for the price and the attractive oval handle made from walnut and maple is nicely installed.

  • Brand: Harukaze
  • Location: Tosa, Japan
  • Construction: San Mai, Hammer Forged
  • Cladding: Stainless
  • Edge Steel: AS (Aogami Super)
  • Edge: Even (See Choil Shot)
  • HRC: 63
  • Finish: Hammered/kurouchi
  • Handle: Walnut/Maple Oval
  • Weight: 4.9 oz (138 g)
  • Edge Length: 217 mm
  • Total Length: 356 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 2.0 mm
  • Blade Height: 46.9 mm

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|hamoasgy24||item-1||solidtemplate||newarrivals||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/harukaze-morado-as-gyuto-240mm-142.png||||||Harukaze AS Morado Gyuto 240mm||HASM-G240||newarrivals > ||New Arrivals > ||159.950||159.950 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Harukaze knives are made exclusively for us at CKTG by a well-known knife manufacturer in Tosa, Japan. We asked them for a line of knives that would embody the traditions of Japanese knife making while using some of the best steels and modern techniques—and at a price point that would be affordable to most chefs on the line and at home. Enter the Harukaze AS Morado!

    These great looking knives are made from one of our all-time favorite steels, Aogami Super or Super Blue. This has to be one of the best alloys available for making kitchen knives. It is a hard steel that can be taken to a high Rockwell rate. But it is also one that will sharpen with ease while taking a razor-sharp edge. The inner core of AS steel is clad, san-mai style, with a softer stainless steel. The jigane is then given a great looking kurouchi and tsuchime finish. This makes for a very easy-to-maintain blade and a really smart looking knife.

    In keeping with many blades from the Tosa region, this blade is slightly over length, coming in at 245mm. These are really well achieved grinds that look better than the price would suggest. The spine thickness is pretty constant along the length up to the thin tip.

    A very nicely finished oval handle made from rosewood and maple completes this compelling picture.

  • Brand: Harukaze
  • Location: Tosa, Japan
  • Construction: San Mai, Hammer Forged
  • Cladding: Stainless
  • Edge Steel: AS (Aogami Super)
  • Edge: Even (See Choil Shot)
  • HRC: 63
  • Finish: Hammered/kurouchi
  • Weight: 6.1 oz (174 g)
  • Edge Length: 247 mm
  • Total Length: 398 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 1.9 mm
  • Blade Height: 47.7 mm
  • Handle: Rosewood/Maple Oval

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|haasmoki21||item-1||solidtemplate||kiupto21||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/harukaze-as-morado-kiritsuke-210mm-163.png||||||Harukaze AS Morado Kiritsuke 210mm||HASM-K210||resources > kiritsukeknife > kiupto21 > ||Knife Types > Kiritsukes > Kiritsukes Up To 210mm > ||150.000||150.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||There is a fascination with kiritsuke knives that is very understandable. The look is the most obvious attraction. Resembling weapons more than any other kitchen knife shape, kiritsuke knives are quite unusual in many other ways. Just as important as the look is the function they provide from having a slightly flatter profile than a regular gyuto. The fine tip is also great for intricate detail work.

    Classic Japanese kiritsukes are single-beveled knives. Using a double bevel enhances durability at the edge and gives an ambidextrous personality to the blade overall. This style of blade is perfect for push and pull cutting, plus the flatter edge makes it a good substitute for a slicer. The knife will be a favorite with cooks who do a lot of protein work and veggie prep, as well as those who like to push rather than rock through large ingredients.

    The blade of this kiri is made from Aogami Super, one of the most popular high carbon steel alloys used in the making of Japanese knives. AS possesses very good edge retention and fine edge capabilities. Wear resistance is average, but it is quite easy to sharpen. The core steel on this knife is hardened to about 63 HRC. It is reactive so wiping down and drying should be done after every use. The hagane is clad in the san-mai style, with a softer semi stainless steel. This greatly increases corrosion protection which makes the knife so much easier to maintain. It comes attached to a nice walnut oval handle with a maple ferrule. We don't have a saya that fits this knife--get the blade guard.

  • Brand: Harukaze
  • Location: Tosa, Japan
  • Construction: San Mai, Hammer Forged
  • Cladding: Stainless
  • Edge Steel: AS (Aogami Super)
  • Edge: Even (See Choil Shot)
  • HRC: 63
  • Finish: Hammered/kurouchi
  • Edge Length: 215mm
  • Height: 47mm
  • Spine Thickness: 2.2mm
  • Weight: 5.7oz / 162g
  • Handle: Walnut/Maple Oval

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|haasmoki24||item-1||solidtemplate||ki24andab||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/harukaze-as-morado-kiritsuke-245mm-61.png||||||Harukaze AS Morado Kiritsuke 240mm||HASM-K240||resources > kiritsukeknife > ki24andab > ||Knife Types > Kiritsukes > Kiritsukes 240mm and Above > ||170.000||170.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Harukaze AS Morado Kiritsuke 240mm. In keeping with many blades from the Tosa region, this blade is slightly over length, coming in at 245mm. These are really well-achieved grinds that look better than the price would suggest. The spine thickness is pretty constant along the length up to the thin tip.

    A very nicely finished oval handle made from rosewood and maple completes this compelling picture.

  • Brand: Harukaze
  • Location: Tosa, Japan
  • Construction: San Mai, Hammer Forged
  • Cladding: Stainless
  • Edge Steel: AS (Aogami Super)
  • Edge: Even (See Choil Shot)
  • HRC: 63
  • Finish: Hammered/kurouchi
  • Handle: Rosewood/Maple Oval
  • Weight: 6.4 oz (182 g)
  • Edge Length: 245 mm
  • Total Length: 398 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 2.1 mm
  • Blade Height: 47.4 mm||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|harukaze1||item-1||solidtemplate||wahana||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/harukaze-as-morado-nakiri-165mm-264.png||||||Harukaze AS Morado Nakiri 165mm||HASM-N165||resources > nakiri-knives > wahana > ||Knife Types > Nakiris > Wa Handled Nakiris > ||125.000||125.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Harukaze AS Morado Nakiri 165mm. This maker has been a great addition for our site. They offer a nicely priced range of products with good steels and nice cutting action. It's not easy to find a knife using AS edge steel at this price and finish level. I highly recommend this one.

  • Brand: Harukaze
  • Location: Tosa, Japan
  • Construction: San Mai, Hammer Forged
  • Cladding: Stainless
  • Edge Steel: AS (Aogami Super)
  • Edge: Even
  • Finish: Hammered/Kurouchi
  • Edge Length: 165mm
  • Height: 52mm
  • Spine Thickness: 2.2mm
  • Weight: 5.9oz / 168g
  • Handle: Rosewood Oval (trust pictures not old video)
  • Ferrule: Maple
  • Photos by Gustavo Bermudez

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|harukaze4||item-1||solidtemplate||120mmpettys||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/harukaze-as-morado-petty-135mm-205.png||||||Harukaze AS Morado Petty 135mm||HASM-P135||resources > petty-knives > 120mmpettys > ||Knife Types > Petty Knives > 120-140mm Pettys > ||95.000||95.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||The Harukaze Morado is a really good knife at an excellent price with a nice engraving and excellent handle using rosewood. It's not easy to find a knife using AS edge steel at this price and finish level. I highly recommend this one. Please note the recent batch of these knives were made with rosewood oval handles.

  • Brand: Harukaze
  • Location: Tosa, Japan
  • Construction: San Mai, Hammer Forged
  • Cladding: Stainless
  • Edge Steel: AS (Aogami Super)
  • Edge: Even
  • Finish: Hammered/kurouchi
  • Edge Length: 139mm
  • Height: 29.5mm
  • Spine Thickness: 2mm
  • Weight: 2.5oz / 74g
  • Handle: Rosewood Oval
  • Ferrule: Maple||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|haasmope15||item-1||solidtemplate||drmastpr||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/harukaze-as-morado-petty-150mm-181.png||||||Harukaze AS Morado Petty 150mm||HASM-P150||specials > drmastpr > ||Resources > Dr Matt's Straight Razor > ||110.000||110.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||The Harukaze Morado is an exceptional petty with a nice engraving and excellent handle using rosewood in an oval shape. It's not easy to find a knife using AS edge steel at this price and finish level. I highly recommend this one.

  • Brand: Harukaze
  • Location: Tosa, Japan
  • Construction: San Mai, Hammer Forged
  • Cladding: Stainless
  • Edge Steel: AS (Aogami Super)
  • Edge: Even
  • Finish: Hammered/kurouchi
  • Edge Length: 154mm
  • Height: 30mm
  • Spine Thickness: 2mm
  • Weight: 2.5oz / 74g
  • Handle: Rosewood Oval
  • Ferrule: Maple||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|haashasa18sp||item-1||solidtemplate||hamoas||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/harukaze-as-hammered-santoku-180mm-special-61.png||||||Harukaze AS Morado Santoku 170mm||HASM-S170||resources > japanese-knives > habl2kn > hamoas > ||Knife Types > Japanese Knives > Harukaze Knives > Harukaze AS Morado > ||119.950||119.950 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||The Harukaze Morado is a really good knife at an excellent price with a nice engraving and excellent handle using Morado wood. It's not easy to find a knife using AS edge steel at this price and finish level. I highly recommend this one.

  • Brand: Harukaze
  • Location: Tosa, Japan
  • Construction: San Mai, Hammer Forged
  • Cladding: Stainless
  • Edge Steel: AS (Aogami Super)
  • Edge: Even
  • Finish: Hammered/kurouchi
  • Handle: Morado Oval
  • Ferrule: Maple
  • Weight: 4.6oz /132g
  • Blade Length: 168mm
  • Overall Length: 304mm
  • Spine Thickness at Heel: 2.2mm
  • Blade Height at Heel: 46.3mm

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|haasmosu27||item-1||solidtemplate||sujihiki270mm||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/harukaze-as-morado-sujihiki-270mm-157.png||||||Harukaze AS Morado Sujihiki 270mm||HASM-S270||resources > sujihikis > sujihiki270mm > ||Knife Types > Sujihikis > Sujihiki 270mm > ||170.000||170.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Harukaze knives are made exclusively for us at CKTG by a well-known knife manufacturer in Tosa, Japan. We asked them for a line of knives that would embody the traditions of Japanese knife making while using some of the best steels and modern techniques—and at a price point that would be affordable to most chefs on the line and at home. Enter the Harukaze AS Morado!

    These great looking knives are made from one of our all-time favorite steels, Aogami Super or Super Blue. This has to be one of the best alloys available for making kitchen knives. It is a hard steel that can be taken to a high Rockwell rate. But it is also one that will sharpen with ease while taking a razor-sharp edge. The inner core of AS steel is clad, san-mai style, with softer stainless steel. The jigane is then given a great looking kurouchi and tsuchime finish. This makes for a very easy-to-maintain blade and a really smart looking knife.

    A very nicely finished oval handle made from rosewood and maple completes this compelling picture. These knives are excellent carving knives but since they're clad and very thin, they're not great at lateral tasks like skinning large fish. You can bend the blade.

  • Brand: Harukaze
  • Location: Tosa, Japan
  • Construction: San Mai, Hammer Forged
  • Cladding: Stainless
  • Edge Steel: AS (Aogami Super)
  • Edge: Even (See Choil Shot)
  • HRC: 63
  • Finish: Hammered/kurouchi
  • Edge Length: 272mm
  • Height: 37.5mm
  • Spine Thickness: 2mm
  • Weight: 146g/5.2oz
  • Handle: Rosewood/Maple Oval||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|haasna16||item-1||solidtemplate||haaskn||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/harukaze-as-nakiri-165mm-233.png||||||Harukaze AS Nakiri 165mm||HAS-N165||resources > japanese-knives > habl2kn > haaskn > ||Knife Types > Japanese Knives > Harukaze Knives > Harukaze AS Knives > ||130.000||130.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||The Harukaze AS Nakiri 165mm is a new item in the line-up of this price conscious range of kitchen cutlery. Made specifically for CKTG, these value added knives are made from one of the top carbon steels, Aogami Super.

    AS is a steel derived from Aogami 2, or Blue # 2, which has been augmented with the addition of more carbon, chromium, and tungsten. It is regarded as the best of the Hitachi Blue paper carbon steels with regard to both edge retention and its ability to be sharpened to an acute angle. The core steel is hardened to 63 HRC and clad with soft stainless alloy which adds strength and protects the knife from reacting with acids or moisture.

    Then is a vegetable cutter of the highest order. The flat edge and extra finger clearance make it a great choice for users who prefer push cutting over a rocking style. The thin blade is made to push through the hardest ingredients without wedging or fracturing the produce. This is a knife that takes a very sharp edge and holds it for a long time. The blade profile is very flat with a small belly and radius right at the tip end for smaller rock-chopping tasks. The blade is mated to a nice rosewood oval handle with a pakka wood ferrule.

  • Weight: 5.2 oz (148 g)
  • Blade Length: 163 mm
  • Total Length: 310 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 2.2 mm
  • Blade Height: 51.0 mm
  • Cladding: Stainless
  • Edge Grind: 50/50
  • Core Edge Steel: Aogami Super Steel
  • HRC: 63
  • Handle: Rosewood Oval
  • Ferrule: Black Pakka Wood
  • Engraving: Hand Engraved
  • Made In Tosa, Japan||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|haaspe13||item-1||solidtemplate||haaskn||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/harukaze-as-petty-135mm-221.png||||||Harukaze AS Petty 135mm||HAS-P135||resources > japanese-knives > habl2kn > haaskn > ||Knife Types > Japanese Knives > Harukaze Knives > Harukaze AS Knives > ||100.000||100.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||The Harukaze AS Petty 135mm is a fairly new item in the line-up of this price conscious range of kitchen cutlery. Made specifically for CKTG, these value added knives are made from one of the top carbon steels, Aogami Super.

    AS is a steel derived from Aogami 2, or Blue # 2, which has been augmented with the addition of more carbon, chromium, and tungsten. It is regarded as the best of the Hitachi Blue paper carbon steels with regard to both edge retention and its ability to be sharpened to an acute angle. The core steel is hardened to 63 HRC and clad with soft stainless alloy which adds strength and protects the knife from reacting with acids or moisture.

    135mm is a medium length blade for a petty. This makes it a versatile cutting tool around the kitchen. Board cutting and handheld processes are both within the scope of this blade, along with the ability to take on garnishes and artistic style cutting needs. This is a stout and rigid knife that flies though herbs and other small items with ease. The knife is finished off with a nice rosewood oval handle with a pakka wood ferrule.

  • Brand: Harukaze
  • Engraving: Hand Engraved
  • Made In Tosa, Japan
  • Construction: San Mai, Hammer Forged
  • Edge Steel: AS (Aogami Super Steel)
  • Cladding: Stainless
  • Weight: 2.1 oz (62 g)
  • Blade Length: 139 mm
  • Total Length: 265 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 2.2 mm
  • Blade Height: 28.3 mm
  • Edge Grind: 50/50
  • HRC: 63
  • Handle: Rosewood Oval
  • Ferrule: Black Pakka Wood
  • We do not carry a saya to fit this knife; we recommend the blade guard instead||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|haassa16||item-1||solidtemplate||wahasa||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/harukaze-as-santoku-165mm-118.png||||||Harukaze AS Santoku 170mm||HAS-S170||resources > santokuknives > wahasa > ||Knife Types > Santokus > Wa Handled Santokus > ||130.000||130.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||We really like Aogami Super for use in knife blades. It is a top shelf steel developed by the Hitachi Metals Company. This high carbon alloy has several important elements added to the mix, including tungsten, vanadium, chromium, molybdenum, manganese, phosphorus, sulfur, and silicon. Because of this, Aogami Super is a steel that can take and hold a very acute edge angle. It is also relatively easy to sharpen as compared to other carbon steels. We are seeing more and more makers add this great alloy to their knife catalogs.

    This is a classic santoku design. It is a multi-purpose knife, but with a slight vegetable bias. Santoku means three virtues or to solve three problems. The virtues or problems are said to be slicing, dicing, and mincing. It is a tall blade that offers increased finger-to-board clearance, while the shorter length makes it ideal for handling a wide variety of produce and proteins.

    This fine santoku is made in Tosa especially for our CKTG customers. Anyone seeking a knife made from the best steel, with a great grind and an affordable price, can stop their search now!

  • Brand: Harukaze
  • Location: Tosa, Japan
  • Construction: San Mai, Hammer Forged
  • Edge Steel: AS (Aogami Super Steel)
  • Cladding: Stainless
  • Handle: Rosewood Oval
  • Ferrule: Black Pakka Wood
  • Weight: 4.6 oz (130 g)
  • Blade Length: 167 mm
  • Total Length: 309 m
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 2.3 mm
  • Blade Height: 46.6 mm
  • Cladding: Stainless
  • Edge Grind: 50/50
  • HRC: 63
  • Engraving: Hand Engraved

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|haassu24||item-1||solidtemplate||sujihiki240mm||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/harukaze-as-sujihiki-240mm-222.png||||||Harukaze AS Sujihiki 240mm||HAS-S240||resources > sujihikis > sujihiki240mm > ||Knife Types > Sujihikis > Sujihiki 180mm-260mm > ||130.000||130.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Harukaze means "windy spring" in Japanese. Made for CKTG exclusively from a medium-sized factory in Tosa, Japan, this knife combines excellent core steel (Aogami Super) with stainless cladding and a very nice rosewood oval handle and pakka wood ferrule. The knives are finished with a beautiful kanji engraving. We predict these should be a big hit with our customers looking for an excellent knife at a good price.

  • Made In Tosa, Japan
  • Construction: Hammer Forged, San Mai
  • Cladding: Stainless
  • Finish: Migaki (polished)
  • Edge Grind: 50/50
  • Core Edge Steel: Aogami Super Steel
  • HRC: 63
  • Handle: Rosewood Oval
  • Ferrule: Black Pakka Wood
  • Weight: 4.7 oz (134 g)
  • Blade Length: 245 mm
  • Total Length: 385 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Heel: 2.1 mm
  • Blade Height at Heel: 34.7 mm

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|harukaze7||item-1||solidtemplate||sujihiki270mm||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/harukaze-as-sujihiki-270mm-220.png||||||Harukaze AS Sujihiki 270mm||HAS-S270||resources > sujihikis > sujihiki270mm > ||Knife Types > Sujihikis > Sujihiki 270mm > ||160.000||160.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Harukaze means "windy spring" in Japanese. Made for CKTG exclusively from a medium-sized factory in Tosa, Japan, this knife combines excellent core steel (Aogami Super) with stainless cladding and a very nice rosewood oval handle and pakka wood ferrule. The knives are finished with a beautiful kanji engraving. We predict these should be a big hit with our customers looking for an excellent knife at a good price.

  • Made In Tosa, Japan
  • Construction: Hammer Forged, San Mai
  • Cladding: Stainless
  • Finish: Migaki (polished)
  • Edge Grind: 50/50
  • Core Edge Steel: Aogami Super Steel
  • HRC: 63
  • Handle: Rosewood Oval
  • Ferrule: Black Pakka Wood
  • Weight: 4.6 oz (130 g)
  • Blade Length: 272 mm
  • Overall Length: 425 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Heel: 2.1 mm
  • Blade Height at Heel: 36.6 mm||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|hamubl2da||item.||solidtemplate||habl2kn||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/harukaze-mune-blue-2-damascus-81.png||||||Harukaze Blue #2 Mune Damascus||||resources > japanese-knives > habl2kn > ||Knife Types > Japanese Knives > Harukaze Knives > ||||||||||||||||0||1||0||0||||hamubl2dabu1 hamubl2na16 hamubl2dasa1 hamubl2dagy2 ||||Harukaze Mune Blue #2 Damascus. Beautiful looks, good carbon steel edges and nice handles at affordable prices.||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|hamubl2dabu1||item-1||solidtemplate||buknupto16||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/harukaze-mune-blue-2-damascus-bunka-165mm-230.png||||||Harukaze Blue #2 Mune Damascus Bunka 165mm||HMB2D-B165||resources > bannobunkas > buknupto16 > ||Knife Types > Bunka Knives > Bunka Knives Up To 165mm > ||135.000||135.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Harukaze Mune Blue #2 Damascus Bunka 165mm. We really like Blue #2 Carbon Steel for use in knife blades. It is top-shelf steel developed by the Hitachi Metals Company. It is easy to sharpen and takes a wicked edge. Our bunka saya does not fit this knife--get the blade guard.

    This fine knife is made in Tosa especially for our CKTG customers. Anyone seeking a knife made from the best steel, with a great grind and an affordable price, can stop their search now!

  • Brand: Harukaze
  • Location: Tosa, Japan
  • Construction: San Mai, Hammer Forged
  • Edge Steel: Blue #2 Carbon
  • Cladding: Soft Iron (Reactive)
  • Handle: Rosewood Oval
  • Ferrule: Black Pakka Wood
  • Edge Grind: 50/50
  • HRC: 62
  • Weight: 5.2 oz/ 148g
  • Blade Length: 167mm
  • Overall Length: 310mm
  • Blade Height at Heel: 47.9mm
  • Spine Thickness at Heel: 3.4mm||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|hamubl2dagy2||item-1||solidtemplate||21wahagy||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/harukaze-mune-blue-2-damascus-gyuto-210mm-169.png||||||Harukaze Blue #2 Mune Damascus Gyuto 210mm||HMB2D-G210||resources > gyutos > gyutos210mm > 21wahagy > ||Knife Types > Gyutos > Gyutos 210mm > 210mm Wa Handled Gyutos > ||145.000||145.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Harukaze Mune Blue #2 Damascus Gyuto 210mm. We really like Blue #2 Carbon Steel for use in knife blades. It is top-shelf steel developed by the Hitachi Metals Company. It is easy to sharpen and takes a wicked edge.

    This fine gyuto is made in Tosa especially for our CKTG customers. Anyone seeking a knife made from the best steel, with a great grind and an affordable price, can stop their search now!

  • Brand: Harukaze
  • Location: Tosa, Japan
  • Construction: San Mai, Hammer Forged
  • Edge Steel: Blue #2 Carbon
  • Cladding: Reactive Soft Iron Damascus
  • Handle: Rosewood Oval
  • Ferrule: Black Pakka Wood
  • Edge Grind: 50/50
  • HRC: 62
  • Weight: 6.0 oz/ 170g
  • Blade Length: 210mm
  • Overall Length: 353mm
  • Blade Height at Heel: 47.6mm
  • Spine Thickness at Heel: 3.5mm||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|hamubl2na16||item-1||solidtemplate||wahana||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/harukaze-mune-blue-2-nakiri-165mm-75.png||||||Harukaze Blue #2 Mune Damascus Nakiri 165mm||HMB2D-N165||resources > nakiri-knives > wahana > ||Knife Types > Nakiris > Wa Handled Nakiris > ||135.000||135.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Harukaze Mune Blue #2 Damascus Nakiri 165mm. We really like Blue #2 Carbon Steel for use in knife blades. It is a top shelf steel developed by the Hitachi Metals Company. It is easy to sharpen and takes a wicked edge.

    This is a classic nakiri design. It is a multi-purpose knife, but with a vegetable bias. It is a tall blade that offers increased finger-to-board clearance, while the shorter length makes it ideal for handling various produce and proteins.

    This fine nakiri is made in Tosa, especially for our CKTG customers. Anyone seeking a knife made from the best steel, with a great grind and an affordable price, can stop their search now!

  • Brand: Harukaze
  • Location: Tosa, Japan
  • Construction: San Mai, Hammer Forged
  • Edge Steel: Blue #2 Carbon
  • Cladding: Reactive Soft Iron
  • Handle: Rosewood Oval
  • Ferrule: Black Pakka Wood
  • Weight: 6 ounces / 174g
  • Blade Length: 165 mm
  • Blade Height: 51 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 2 mm
  • Edge Grind: 50/50
  • HRC: 62||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|hamubl2dasa1||item-1||solidtemplate||wahasa||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/harukaze-mune-blue-2-damascus-santoku-165mm-216.png||||||Harukaze Blue #2 Mune Damascus Santoku 165mm||HMB2D-S165||resources > santokuknives > wahasa > ||Knife Types > Santokus > Wa Handled Santokus > ||135.000||135.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Harukaze Mune Blue #2 Damascus Santoku 165mm. We really like Blue #2 Carbon Steel for use in knife blades. It is a top shelf steel developed by the Hitachi Metals Company. It is easy to sharpen and takes a wicked edge.

    This is a classic santoku design. It is a multi-purpose knife, but with a slight vegetable bias. Santoku means three virtues or to solve three problems. The virtues or problems are said to be slicing, dicing, and mincing. It is a tall blade that offers increased finger-to-board clearance, while the shorter length makes it ideal for handling a wide variety of produce and proteins.

    This fine santoku is made in Tosa especially for our CKTG customers. Anyone seeking a knife made from the best steel, with a great grind and an affordable price, can stop their search now!

  • Brand: Harukaze
  • Location: Tosa, Japan
  • Construction: San Mai, Hammer Forged
  • Edge Steel: Blue #2 Carbon
  • Cladding: Reactive Soft Iron
  • Handle: Rosewood Oval
  • Ferrule: Black Pakka Wood
  • Weight: 4.2 ounces
  • Blade Length: 169 mm
  • Blade Height: 47 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 2 mm
  • Edge Grind: 50/50
  • HRC: 62||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|harukaze6||item.||solidtemplate||habl2kn||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/harukaze-g3-migaki-66.png||||||Harukaze G3 Migaki||||resources > japanese-knives > habl2kn > ||Knife Types > Japanese Knives > Harukaze Knives > ||||||||||||||||0||1||0||0||||hag3mina16 hag3kasa16 hag3kagy21 tsg3misu24 ||||Harukaze G3 Migaki. Harukaze means "windy spring" in Japanese. These Harukaze knives have been made for CKTG exclusively from a medium-sized factory in Tosa, Japan. This is an excellent choice for anyone looking for a high-quality knife at a reasonable price. It starts with a core steel (G3) with an HRC of 62, then adds a stainless steel cladding with migaki finish which roughly translates to "polished."||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|hag3kagy21||item-1||solidtemplate||21wahagy||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/harukaze-g3-migaki-gyuto-210mm-165.png||||||Harukaze G3 Migaki Gyuto 210mm||HG3-M-G210||resources > gyutos > gyutos210mm > 21wahagy > ||Knife Types > Gyutos > Gyutos 210mm > 210mm Wa Handled Gyutos > ||125.000||125.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Harukaze means "windy spring" in Japanese. These Harukaze knives have been made for CKTG exclusively from a medium-sized factory in Tosa, Japan. This is an excellent choice for anyone looking for a high-quality knife at a reasonable price. It starts with a core steel (G3) with an HRC of 62, then adds a stainless steel cladding with migaki finish which roughly translated to "polished". It is then finished off with a lovely oak octagonal wood handle. As a bonus, it has a nice kanji engraving on both sides of the blade.

  • Brand: Harukaze
  • Location: Tosa, Japan
  • Construction: San Mai, Hammer Forged
  • Cladding: Stainless
  • Edge Grind: 50/50
  • Core Edge Steel: G3 Stainless Steel (AKA Ginsan)
  • HRC: 62
  • Handle: Oak Octagonal
  • Cladding: Stainless
  • Weight: 5.4 oz (154 g)
  • Blade Length: 214 mm
  • Overall Length: 350 mm
  • Blade Height at Heel: 45.5 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Heel: 3.3 mm||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|hag3mina16||item-1||solidtemplate||harukaze6||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/harukaze-g3-migaki-nakiri-165mm-61.png||||||Harukaze G3 Migaki Nakiri 165mm||HG3-M-N165||resources > japanese-knives > habl2kn > harukaze6 > ||Knife Types > Japanese Knives > Harukaze Knives > Harukaze G3 Migaki > ||110.000||110.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Harukaze means "windy spring" in Japanese. These Harukaze knives have been made for CKTG exclusively from a medium-sized factory in Tosa, Japan. This is an excellent choice for anyone looking for a high-quality knife at a reasonable price. It starts with a core steel (G3) with an HRC of 62, then adds a stainless steel cladding with migaki finish which roughly translated to "polished". It is then finished off with a lovely oak octagonal wood handle. As a bonus, it has a nice kanji engraving on both sides of the blade.

  • Brand: Harukaze
  • Location: Tosa, Japan
  • Construction: San Mai, Hammer Forged
  • Edge Steel: G3 (AKA Ginsan) Stainless Steel
  • Cladding: Stainless
  • Handle: Oak
  • Edge Grind: 50/50
  • HRC: 62
  • Weight: 5.6 oz (160 g)
  • Edge Length: 161 mm
  • Total Length: 306 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Heel: 3.3 mm
  • Blade Height at Heel: 50.2 mm||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|hag3kasa16||item-1||solidtemplate||wahasa||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/harukaze-g3-migaki-santoku-165mm-210.png||||||Harukaze G3 Migaki Santoku 165mm||HG3-M-S165||resources > santokuknives > wahasa > ||Knife Types > Santokus > Wa Handled Santokus > ||110.000||110.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Harukaze means "windy spring" in Japanese. These Harukaze knives have been made for CKTG exclusively from a medium-sized factory in Tosa, Japan. This is an excellent choice for anyone looking for a high-quality knife at a reasonable price. It starts with a core steel (G3) with an HRC of 62, then adds a stainless steel cladding with migaki finish which roughly translated to "polished". It is then finished off with a lovely oak octagonal wood handle. As a bonus, it has a nice kanji engraving on both sides of the blade.

  • Brand: Harukaze
  • Location: Tosa, Japan
  • Construction: San Mai, Hammer Forged
  • Edge Steel: G3 (AKA Ginsan) Stainless Steel
  • Cladding: Stainless
  • Handle: Oak
  • Edge Grind: 50/50
  • HRC: 62
  • Weight: 4.6 oz (132 g)
  • Blade Length: 167 mm
  • Overall Length: 308 mm
  • Blade Height at Heel: 47.1 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Heel: 2.7 mm||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|tsg3misu24||item-1||solidtemplate||sujihiki270mm||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/tsunehisa-g3-migaki-sujihiki-240mm-97.png||||||Harukaze G3 Migaki Sujihiki 270mm||HG3-M-S270||resources > sujihikis > sujihiki270mm > ||Knife Types > Sujihikis > Sujihiki 270mm > ||150.000||150.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Introducing Tsunehisa's lovely sujihiki which uses G3 (Ginsan) stainless steel, known for its fine-grained high carbon composition. This stainless alloy offers a similar cutting feel and ease of sharpening to classic carbon steel. The sujihiki is ideal for slicing and it tackles carving work and thin slices. The oak octagonal handle adds elegance and comfort.

  • Maker: Harukaze
  • Location: Tosa, Japan
  • Construction: San Mai
  • Weight: 4.9 oz (140 g)
  • Edge Length: 272 mm
  • Total Length: 420 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 2.3 mm
  • Blade Height at Base: 36.2 mm
  • Handle: Oak Octagonal||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|hahg3kn||item.||solidtemplate||ginsankosteel||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/harukaze-hg3-knives-51.png||||||Harukaze G3 Nashiji||||shopbysteel > ginsankosteel > ||Shop by Steel > Ginsan Steel (Silver 3) > ||||||||||||||||0||1||0||0||||hag3nape80 harukaze hag3nape15 harukaze5 hag3na16 hag3sa16 hag3gy21 hag3naki21 harukaze240 hag3ki24 hag3nasu24 harukazeg3 ||||Harukaze G3 Knives are made with top quality Ginsan 3 which is also known as G3. Beautiful looks with high-quality materials and a great price separate our Harukaze line from many others in the store.||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|harukaze5||item-1||solidtemplate||buknupto16||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/harukaze-g3-nashiji-bunka-165mm-225.png||||||Harukaze G3 Nashiji Bunka 165mm||HG3-B165||resources > bannobunkas > buknupto16 > ||Knife Types > Bunka Knives > Bunka Knives Up To 165mm > ||99.950||99.950 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Harukaze G3 Bunka 165mm. Harukaze means "windy spring" in Japanese. These Harukaze knives have been made for CKTG exclusively from a medium-sized factory in Tosa, Japan. This is an excellent choice for anyone looking for a high quality knife at a reasonable price. It starts with a core steel (G3) with an HRC of 62, then add a stainless steel cladding with a nashiji (pear skin) finish to protect and beautify the blade. It is then finished off with a lovely oval magnolia wood handle with a pakka wood ferrule. As a bonus, it has a nice kanji engraving on both sides of the blade.

  • Made in Tosa, Japan
  • Brand: Harukaze
  • Construction: Hammer Forged San Mai
  • Cladding: Stainless
  • Edge Grind: 50/50
  • Core Edge Steel: G3 Stainless Steel (AKA Ginsan)
  • HRC: 62
  • Handle: Magnolia Oval
  • Ferrule: Black Pakka Wood
  • Engraving: Kanji Engraved
  • Weight: 4.2 oz / 120g
  • Blade Length: 175mm
  • Overall Length: 313mm
  • Spine Thickness at Heel: 2.1mm
  • Blade Height at Heel: 43.3mm
  • Photos By Gustavo Bermudez

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|hag3gy21||item-1||solidtemplate||21wahagy||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/harukaze-g3-gyuto-210mm-95.png||||||Harukaze G3 Nashiji Gyuto 210mm||HG3-G210||resources > gyutos > gyutos210mm > 21wahagy > ||Knife Types > Gyutos > Gyutos 210mm > 210mm Wa Handled Gyutos > ||110.000||110.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Harukaze G3 Nashiji Gyuto 210mmn. Harukaze means "windy spring" in Japanese, these Harukaze knives have been made for CKTG exclusively from a medium sized factory in Tosa, Japan. This is an excellent choice for anyone looking for a high quality knife at a reasonable price. It starts with a core steel (G3) with an HRC of 62, then add a stainless steel cladding with a Nashiji (pear skin) finish to protect and beautify the blade. It is then finished off with a lovely oval magnolia wood handle with a pakka wood ferrule. As a bonus, it has a nice kanji engraving on both sides of the blade.

  • Weight: 138g / 4.9 ounces
  • Blade Length: 210 mm
  • Blade Height: 46 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 2mm
  • Cladding: Stainless
  • Edge Grind: 50/50
  • Core Edge Steel: G3 Stainless Steel (AKA Ginsan)
  • HRC: 62
  • Handle: Magnolia Oval
  • Ferrule: Black Pakka Wood
  • Engraving: Kanji Engraved
  • Made in Tosa, Japan
  • Photos by Gustavo Bermudez

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|harukaze240||item-1||solidtemplate||waha24gy||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/harukaze-240-111.png||||||Harukaze G3 Nashiji Gyuto 240mm||HG3-G240||resources > gyutos > gyutos240mm > waha24gy > ||Knife Types > Gyutos > Gyutos 240mm > Wa Gyutos 240mm > ||130.000||130.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Harukaze G3 Nashiji Gyuto 240mmn. Harukaze means "windy spring" in Japanese, these Harukaze knives have been made for CKTG exclusively from a medium sized factory in Tosa, Japan. This is an excellent choice for anyone looking for a high quality knife at a reasonable price. It starts with a core steel (G3) with an HRC of 62, then add a stainless steel cladding with a Nashiji (pear skin) finish to protect and beautify the blade. It is then finished off with a lovely oval magnolia wood handle with a pakka wood ferrule. As a bonus, it has a nice kanji engraving on both sides of the blade.

  • Weight: 6.7 ounces
  • Blade Length: 245 mm
  • Blade Height: 50 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 2mm
  • Cladding: Stainless
  • Edge Grind: 50/50
  • Core Edge Steel: G3 Stainless Steel (AKA Ginsan)
  • HRC: 62
  • Handle: Magnolia Oval
  • Ferrule: Black Pakka Wood
  • Engraving: Kanji Engraved
  • Made in Tosa, Japan
  • Photos by Gustavo Bermudez

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|hag3naki21||item-1||solidtemplate||kiupto21||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/harukaze-g3-nashiji-kiritsuke-210mm-234.png||||||Harukaze G3 Nashiji Kiritsuke 210mm||HG3-K210||resources > kiritsukeknife > kiupto21 > ||Knife Types > Kiritsukes > Kiritsukes Up To 210mm > ||135.000||135.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Harukaze G3 Nashiji Kiritsuke 210mmn. Harukaze means "windy spring" in Japanese, these Harukaze knives have been made for CKTG exclusively from a medium sized factory in Tosa, Japan. This is an excellent choice for anyone looking for a high quality knife at a reasonable price. It starts with a core steel (G3) with an HRC of 62, then add a stainless steel cladding with a Nashiji (pear skin) finish to protect and beautify the blade. It is then finished off with a lovely oval magnolia wood handle with a pakka wood ferrule. As a bonus, it has a nice kanji engraving on both sides of the blade.

  • Weight: 148g / 5.2 ounces
  • Blade Length: 215 mm
  • Blade Height: 45 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 2mm
  • Cladding: Stainless
  • Edge Grind: 50/50
  • Core Edge Steel: G3 Stainless Steel (AKA Ginsan)
  • HRC: 62
  • Handle: Magnolia Oval
  • Ferrule: Black Pakka Wood
  • Engraving: Kanji Engraved
  • Made in Tosa, Japan
  • Photos by Gustavo Bermudez

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|hag3ki24||item-1||solidtemplate||ki24andab||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/harukaze-g3-kiritsuke-240mm-127.png||||||Harukaze G3 Nashiji Kiritsuke 240mm||HG3-K240||resources > kiritsukeknife > ki24andab > ||Knife Types > Kiritsukes > Kiritsukes 240mm and Above > ||150.000||150.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Harukaze G3 Nashiji Kiritsuke 240mmn. Harukaze means "windy spring" in Japanese, these Harukaze knives have been made for CKTG exclusively from a medium sized factory in Tosa, Japan. This is an excellent choice for anyone looking for a high quality knife at a reasonable price. It starts with a core steel (G3) with an HRC of 62, then add a stainless steel cladding with a Nashiji (pear skin) finish to protect and beautify the blade. It is then finished off with a lovely oval magnolia wood handle with a pakka wood ferrule. As a bonus, it has a nice kanji engraving on both sides of the blade.

  • Weight: 166g / 5.8 ounces
  • Blade Length: 245 mm
  • Blade Height: 48 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 2mm
  • Cladding: Stainless
  • Edge Grind: 50/50
  • Core Edge Steel: G3 Stainless Steel (AKA Ginsan)
  • HRC: 62
  • Handle: Magnolia Oval
  • Ferrule: Black Pakka Wood
  • Engraving: Kanji Engraved
  • Made in Tosa, Japan
  • Photos by Gustavo Bermudez

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|hag3na16||item-1||solidtemplate||wahana||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/harukaze-g3-nakiri-165mm-115.png||||||Harukaze G3 Nashiji Nakiri 165mm||HG3-N165||resources > nakiri-knives > wahana > ||Knife Types > Nakiris > Wa Handled Nakiris > ||99.950||99.950 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Harukaze G3 Nakiri 165mm. Harukaze means "windy spring" in Japanese. These Harukaze knives have been made for CKTG exclusively from a medium-sized factory in Tosa, Japan. This is an excellent choice for anyone looking for a high quality knife at a reasonable price. It starts with a core steel (G3) with an HRC of 62, then add a stainless steel cladding with a nashiji (pear skin) finish to protect and beautify the blade. It is then finished off with a lovely oval magnolia wood handle with a pakka wood ferrule. As a bonus, it has a nice kanji engraving on both sides of the blade.

  • Brand: Harukaze
  • Construction: Hammer Forged San Mai
  • Weight: 5.7 ounces / 162g
  • Blade Length: 165 mm
  • Blade Height: 52 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 2mm
  • Cladding: Stainless
  • Edge Grind: 50/50
  • Core Edge Steel: G3 Stainless Steel (AKA Ginsan)
  • HRC: 62
  • Handle: Magnolia Oval
  • Ferrule: Black Pakka Wood
  • Engraving: Kanji Engraved
  • Made in Tosa, Japan
  • Photos By Gustavo Bermudez

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|harukaze||item-1||solidtemplate||120mmpettys||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/harukaze-95.png||||||Harukaze G3 Nashiji Petty 135mm||HG3-P135||resources > petty-knives > 120mmpettys > ||Knife Types > Petty Knives > 120-140mm Pettys > ||79.950||79.950 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||The Harukaze G3 Nashiji Petty 135mm embodies the essence of "windy spring," a name that perfectly captures the spirit of these exclusive knives produced for CKTG by a dedicated mid-sized factory in Tosa, Japan. Ideal for those in pursuit of premium quality at an accessible price point, this knife features a core of G3 steel with a hardness rating of 62 HRC. It's encased in a stainless steel cladding with a Nashiji (pear skin) finish, enhancing both the blade's durability and aesthetic appeal. The handle is a beautifully shaped oval made of magnolia wood, accented with a pakka wood ferrule, adding a touch of elegance. A distinctive kanji engraving adorns both sides of the blade, serving as a signature finish to this exquisite piece.

  • Weight: 2.3 ounces
  • Blade Length: 139 mm
  • Blade Height: 28 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 2mm
  • Cladding: Stainless
  • Edge Grind: 50/50
  • Core Edge Steel: G3 Stainless Steel
  • HRC: 62
  • Handle: Magnolia Oval
  • Ferrule: Black Pakka Wood
  • Engraving: Kanji Engraved
  • Made in Tosa, Japan

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|hag3nape15||item-1||solidtemplate||150mmpettys||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/harukaze-g3-nashiji-petty-150mm-222.png||||||Harukaze G3 Nashiji Petty 150mm||HG3-P150||resources > petty-knives > 150mmpettys > ||Knife Types > Petty Knives > 150-165mm Pettys > ||89.950||89.950 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Harukaze means "windy spring" in Japanese. These Harukaze knives have been made for CKTG exclusively from a medium-sized factory in Tosa, Japan. This is an excellent choice for anyone looking for a high-quality knife at a reasonable price. It starts with core steel (G3) with an HRC of 62, then adds a stainless steel cladding with a nashiji (pear skin) finish to protect and beautify the blade. It is then finished off with a lovely oval magnolia wood handle with a pakka wood ferrule. As a bonus, it has a nice kanji engraving on both sides of the blade.

  • Weight: 2.5 oz (70 g)
  • Blade Length: 157 mm
  • Total Length: 282 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 2.1 mm
  • Blade Height: 30.2 mm
  • Cladding: Stainless
  • Edge Grind: 50/50
  • Core Edge Steel: G3 Stainless Steel
  • HRC: 62
  • Handle: Magnolia Oval
  • Ferrule: Black Pakka Wood
  • Engraving: Kanji Laser Engraved
  • Made in Tosa, Japan||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|hag3nape80||item-1||solidtemplate||75pekn||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/harukaze-g3-nashiji-petty-80mm-204.png||||||Harukaze G3 Nashiji Petty 80mm||HG3-P80||resources > petty-knives > 75pekn > ||Knife Types > Petty Knives > 75mm-115mm Petty Knives > ||69.950||69.950 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Harukaze means "windy spring" in Japanese, these Harukaze knives have been made for CKTG exclusively from a medium-sized factory in Tosa, Japan. This is an excellent choice for anyone looking for a high-quality knife at a reasonable price. It starts with core steel (G3) with an HRC of 62, then adds a stainless steel cladding with a Nashiji (pear skin) finish to protect and beautify the blade. It is then finished off with a lovely oval magnolia wood handle with a pakka wood ferrule. As a bonus, it has a nice kanji engraving on both sides of the blade.

  • Weight: 1.7 ounces / 48g
  • Blade Length: 86 mm
  • Total Length: 203mm
  • Blade Height: 23.7 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 2mm
  • Cladding: Stainless
  • Edge Grind: 50/50
  • Core Edge Steel: G3 Stainless Steel
  • HRC: 62
  • Handle: Magnolia Oval
  • Ferrule: Black Pakka Wood
  • Engraving: Kanji Laser Engraved
  • Made in Tosa, Japan||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|hag3sa16||item-1||solidtemplate||wahasa||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/harukaze-g3-santoku-165mm-107.png||||||Harukaze G3 Nashiji Santoku 165mm||HG3-S165||resources > santokuknives > wahasa > ||Knife Types > Santokus > Wa Handled Santokus > ||90.000||90.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Harukaze means "windy spring" in Japanese. These Harukaze knives have been made for CKTG exclusively from a medium-sized factory in Tosa, Japan. This is an excellent choice for anyone looking for a high quality knife at a reasonable price. It starts with a core steel (G3) with an HRC of 62, then add a stainless steel cladding with a nashiji (pear skin) finish to protect and beautify the blade. It is then finished off with a lovely oval magnolia wood handle with a pakka wood ferrule. As a bonus, it has a nice kanji engraving on both sides of the blade.

  • Weight: 4 ounces / 114g
  • Blade Length: 167 mm
  • Blade Height: 47 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 2mm
  • Cladding: Stainless
  • Edge Grind: 50/50
  • Core Edge Steel: G3 Stainless Steel (AKA Ginsan)
  • HRC: 62
  • Handle: Magnolia Oval
  • Ferrule: Black Pakka Wood
  • Engraving: Kanji Engraved
  • Made in Tosa, Japan

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|hag3nasu24||item-1||solidtemplate||sujihiki240mm||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/harukaze-g3-nashiji-sujihiki-240mm-222.png||||||Harukaze G3 Nashiji Sujihiki 240mm||HG3-S240||resources > sujihikis > sujihiki240mm > ||Knife Types > Sujihikis > Sujihiki 180mm-260mm > ||130.000||130.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Harukaze G3 Nashiji Sujihiki 240mmn. Harukaze means "windy spring" in Japanese, these Harukaze knives have been made for CKTG exclusively from a medium sized factory in Tosa, Japan. This is an excellent choice for anyone looking for a high quality knife at a reasonable price. It starts with a core steel (G3) with an HRC of 62, then add a stainless steel cladding with a Nashiji (pear skin) finish to protect and beautify the blade. It is then finished off with a lovely oval magnolia wood handle with a pakka wood ferrule. As a bonus, it has a nice kanji engraving on both sides of the blade.

  • Weight: 124g / 4.4 ounces
  • Blade Length: 245 mm
  • Blade Height: 34.5 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 2mm
  • Cladding: Stainless
  • Edge Grind: 50/50
  • Core Edge Steel: G3 Stainless Steel (AKA Ginsan)
  • HRC: 62
  • Handle: Magnolia Oval
  • Ferrule: Black Pakka Wood
  • Engraving: Kanji
  • Made in Tosa, Japan
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    This is an excellent choice for anyone looking for a high-quality knife at a reasonable price. It starts with a core steel (G3) with an HRC of 62, and then a stainless steel cladding with a nashiji (pear skin) finish is added to protect and beautify the blade. It is then finished off with a lovely oval magnolia wood handle with a pakka wood ferrule. As a bonus, it has a nice kanji engraving on both sides of the blade.

  • Weight: 5.0 oz (142 g)
  • Edge Length: 275 mm
  • Total Length: 428 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 2.0 mm
  • Blade Height: 37.5 mm
  • Cladding: Stainless
  • Edge Grind: 50/50
  • Core Edge Steel: G3 Stainless Steel (AKA Ginsan)
  • HRC: 62
  • Handle: Magnolia Oval
  • Ferrule: Black Pakka Wood
  • Engraving: Kanji
  • Made in Tosa, Japan||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|habl2kn||item.||solidtemplate||japanese-knives||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/harukaze-blue-2-knives-71.png||||||Harukaze Knives||||resources > japanese-knives > ||Knife Types > Japanese Knives > ||||||||||||||||0||1||0||0||||haaskn hamoas hamubl2da hahg3kn harukaze6 harukazesrs15 havgtssa18 harukazewhite2 ||||Harukaze means "windy spring" in Japanese. They combine excellent core steel (Blue #2) with stainless cladding and nice handles. The knives are finished off with a beautiful kanji that is hand engraved on the blade that is unusual for a knife at this price. We predict these should be a big hit with our customers looking for a good bang for the buck knife that performs really well but doesn't cost an arm and a leg.||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|harukazesrs15||item.||solidtemplate||vg1stst||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/harukaze-srs15-59.png||||||Harukaze VG1||||shopbysteel > vg1stst > ||Shop by Steel > VG1 Stainless Steel > ||||||||||||||||0||1||0||0||||hav1pe15 havg1sa18 hav1gy21 hav1gy24 havg1su27 ||||This is a very good line of knives made with VG1 steel. Harukaze is making some really good stuff these days and this line will be popular.||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|hav1gy21||item-1||solidtemplate||21wahagy||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/harukaze-v1-gyuto-210mm-140.png||||||Harukaze VG1 Gyuto 210mm||HVG1-G210||resources > gyutos > gyutos210mm > 21wahagy > ||Knife Types > Gyutos > Gyutos 210mm > 210mm Wa Handled Gyutos > ||109.950||109.950 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||The Harukaze VG1 Gyuto 210mm offers a good performing steel in terms of toughness and overall feel. Of course, this is a very easy steel to maintain in terms of corrosion and rust prevention since it's fully stainless.

    Be prepared to be surprised by the outstanding out-of-the-box edge on this very well-made gyuto. It has nice balance and light feel. It has an almost laser-like flat grind. The knife is a true laser with spine measuring 2mm. The grind is nice and thin behind the edge.

    The overall fit and finish are of a high standard. It has a simple but very nicely executed walnut handle with maple ferrule in a comfortable oval shape.

    Please note this knife has a nice, gapped machi on the handle install. Check the photos. It's not a mistake and it's called Tokyo style.

  • Construction: Laser Cut / Mono Steel
  • Steel: VG1 Stainless Steel
  • Weight: 4.8 oz (134 g)
  • Blade Length: 212 mm
  • Total Length: 355 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 2 mm
  • Blade Height: 46 mm
  • Handle: Walnut Oval
  • Ferrule: Maple

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|hav1gy24||item-1||solidtemplate||waha24gy||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/harukaze-v1-gyuto-240mm-136.png||||||Harukaze VG1 Gyuto 240mm||HVG1-G240||resources > gyutos > gyutos240mm > waha24gy > ||Knife Types > Gyutos > Gyutos 240mm > Wa Gyutos 240mm > ||125.950||125.950 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Harukaze VG1 Stainless Gyuto 240mm offers a good performing steel in terms of toughness and overall feel. Of course, this is a very easy steel to maintain in terms of corrosion and rust prevention since it's fully stainless.

    Be prepared to be surprised by the outstanding out of the box edge on this very well made gyuto. It has nice balance and light feel. It has an almost laser-like flat grind. The knife is a true laser with spine measuring 2mm. The grind is nice and thin behind the edge.

    The overall fit and finish are of a high standard. It has a simple but very nicely executed walnut handle with maple ferrule in a comfortable oval shape.

    Please note this knife has a nice, gapped machi on the handle install. Check the photos. It's not a mistake and it's called Tokyo style.

  • Maker: Harukaze
  • Location: Tosa Japan
  • Steel: VG1 Stainless Steel
  • Weight: 5.5 ounces / 158g
  • Blade Length: 240 mm
  • Total Length: 395 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 2 mm
  • Blade Height: 51 mm
  • Machi: Gapped Tokyo Style
  • Handle: Walnut Oval
  • Ferrule: Maple

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|hav1pe15||item-1||solidtemplate||drmastpr||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/harukaze-v1-petty-150mm-140.png||||||Harukaze VG1 Petty 150mm||HVG1-P150||specials > drmastpr > ||Resources > Dr Matt's Straight Razor > ||79.950||79.950 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Harukaze VG1 Petty 150mm offers a good performing steel in terms of toughness and overall feel. Of course, this is a very easy steel to maintain in terms of corrosion and rust prevention since it's fully stainless.

    Be prepared to be surprised by the outstanding out of the box edge on this very well made petty. It has nice balance and light feel. It has an almost laser-like flat grind. The knife is a true laser with spine measuring 2mm. The grind is nice and thin behind the edge.

    The overall fit and finish are of a high standard. It has a simple but very nicely executed walnut handle with maple ferrule in a comfortable oval shape.

    Please note this knife has a nice, gapped machi on the handle install. Check the photos. It's not a mistake and it's called Tokyo style.

  • Weight: 2.2 ounces / 64g
  • Construction: Laser Cut/ Mono Steel
  • Blade Length: 153 mm
  • Total Length: 280 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 2 mm
  • Blade Height: 30 mm
  • Handle: Walnut Oval
  • Ferrule: Maple

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|havg1sa18||item-1||solidtemplate||wahasa||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/harukaze-vg1-santoku-185mm-171.png||||||Harukaze VG1 Santoku 185mm||HVG1-S185||resources > santokuknives > wahasa > ||Knife Types > Santokus > Wa Handled Santokus > ||99.950||99.950 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Harukaze VG1 Santoku offers good performing steel in terms of toughness and overall feel. Of course, this is a very easy steel to maintain in terms of corrosion and rust prevention since it's fully stainless.

    Be prepared to be surprised by the outstanding out-of-the-box edge on this very well-made santoku. It has a nice balance and light feel. It has an almost laser-like flat grind. The knife is a true laser with a spine measuring 2mm. The grind is thin behind the edge. Our santoku sayas do not fit this knife because of the long machi. The blade guard is the way to go.

    The overall fit and finish are of a high standard. It has a simple but very nicely executed walnut handle with maple ferrule in a comfortable oval shape.

    Please note this knife has a nice, gapped machi on the handle install. Check the photos. It's not a mistake and it's called Tokyo style.

  • Construction: Laser Cut / Mono Steel
  • Steel: VG1 Stainless Steel
  • Weight: 4.5 ounces / 128g
  • Blade Length: 185mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 2 mm
  • Blade Height: 46.5 mm
  • Handle: Rosewood Oval
  • Ferrule: Maple||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|havg1su27||item-1||solidtemplate||newarrivals||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/harukaze-vg1-sujihiki-270mm-275.png||||||Harukaze VG1 Sujihiki 270mm||HVG1-S270||newarrivals > ||New Arrivals > ||125.950||125.950 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Harukaze means "windy spring" in Japanese. We like the name and image it conjures up! We have Harukaze knives made exclusively for CKTG by a well-regarded factory in Tosa, Japan. There are various types of steel and styles available in this multi-line range of cutlery.

    Featured here is an example of their line made from VG1 stainless steel. It is an easy to sharpen stainless mono steel that is not as hard or brittle as some other stainless steels. Of course, this is a very easy steel to maintain in terms of corrosion and rust prevention since it's fully stainless.

    We are so impressed with the overall fit and finish of these knives given their very keen price. They have lovely walnut and maple handles that are semi oval and fully ambidextrous. Please note that the handle is installed with a matchi (the gap between the ferrule and the neck). This is not a mistake!

    The grinds are really well done and the out of the box edge is about average for this kind of knife. So a quick trip to the stones will reveal the true beast within!

    We really like the profile of this very versatile slicer. It can easily be used as a short-height gyuto. And at the price it represents one of the best values on the site.

  • Maker: Harukaze
  • Location: Tosa, Japan
  • Construction: Stamped, Mono Steel
  • Steeyl Type: VG1 Stainless Steel
  • Weight: 5.1 oz (146 g)
  • Edge Length: 274 mm
  • Total Length: 430 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 2.2 mm
  • Blade Height: 40.2 mm
  • Edge Grind: Even (see choil photo)
  • Handle: Walnut Oval
  • Ferrule: Maple
  • Tokyo Style Handle Install (See Photo #4)

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|havgtssa18||item.||solidtemplate||vg10steel||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/harukaze-vg10-tsuchime-santoku-185mm-187.png||||||Harukaze VG10 Tsuchime||||shopbysteel > vg10steel > ||Shop by Steel > VG-10 Steel > ||||||||||||||||0||1||0||0||||harukaze3 havgtspe13 havgtsho15 havgtsna16 satahachkn21 sataha24chkn havgtsfi21 harukaze2 havghagy24 havgtssu24 ||||Harukaze VG10 Tsuchime. Harukaze is fast becoming our go to brand for good quality, high performance blades at good prices. Take a look at the beauties.||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|havgtsfi21||item-1||solidtemplate||havgtssa18||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/harukaze-vg10-tsuchime-fillet-210mm-61.png||||||Harukaze VG10 Tsuchime Fillet 210mm||HVGT-F210||shopbysteel > vg10steel > havgtssa18 > ||Shop by Steel > VG-10 Steel > Harukaze VG10 Tsuchime > ||130.000||130.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Harukaze VG10 Tsuchime Stainless Steel Filet Knife 210mm.

    Harukaze means windy spring and has since become one of our best brands for good quality bang for the buck knives with high performance and excellent steels.

    This fine looking gyuto is made from the ubiquitous stainless steel known as VG-10. It is also called V-Gold 10, and it is, hands down, the most used stainless steel in the Japanese kitchen knife industry. There are several reasons for this popularity, leading among them are the great stain resistance of the steel and its ability to take a very sharp edge.

  • Brand: Harukaze
  • Location: Sakai, Japan
  • Construction: San Mai, Laser Cut
  • Cladding: Hammered Damascus Stainless
  • Edge Steel: VG-10
  • Handle: Rosewood Western (Yo)
  • Hardness: RC 60 (special temper)
  • Bevel: 50/50 (good for both right- and left-handed users)
  • Weight: 5.4 ounces / 158g
  • Blade Length: 215 mm
  • Overall Length: 335 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 1.9 mm
  • Blade Height: 36 mm||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|sataha24chkn||item.||solidtemplate||gyutos1||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/sakai-takayuki-hammered-240mm-chef-knife-102.png||||||Harukaze VG10 Tsuchime Gyuto 180mm||HVGT-G180||resources > gyutos > gyutos1 > ||Knife Types > Gyutos > Gyutos 180 - 195mm > ||119.950||119.950 ||||||
    Average rating is 5
    5.0
    By:  Justin
    Seattle,WA
    Excellent knife - visually stunning,with a factory keen double-bevel edge. Haven’t taken it to the stones yet.
    0.3
    5.0
    By:  Ken Harper
    Pollock Pines,CA
    Very sharp,easy to manipulate,and avery handsome knife. It does a great job on tomatoes and fresh mozzarella,two items that can be downright frustrating with a below-average knife. I was especially impressed by the short amount of time it took to get shipped.
    0.3
    ||2.000 ||||1||1||1||0||||||||The blade of this 180mm gyuto has been fashioned from a core of VG-10 core stainless steel which has had an outer cladding of a 17-layer damascus stainless alloy applied to either side. The softer stainless steel cladding is given a tsuchime (hammered) finish, which enhances the knife’s great looks and also helps in achieving better food release.

    The mid 180mm gyuto is a real jack-of-all-trades in the kitchen. It can tackle virtually any ingredient, large or small, cooked or raw. This particular version of the ubiquitous chef knife possesses a great balance and fast cutting action. This is a wonderful rendition of East meets West. The western style handle is attractive and easy to care for with a sturdy full metal tang. It is very well finished and adds a touch of class to the attractive aesthetic of the damascus hammered blade.

    The Japanese style blade is light and more nimble than its European and American counterparts. This is a really nice, durable, and very easy to maintain knife for all kinds of uses and users.

  • Brand: Harukaze
  • Location: Tosa, Japan
  • Construction: San Mai, Laser Cut
  • Cladding: Hammered Damascus Stainless
  • Edge Steel: VG-10
  • Edge Grind: Even
  • Handle: Rosewood Western (Yo)
  • Hardness: RC 60 (special temper)
  • Bevel: 50/50 (good for both right- and left-handed users)
  • Weight: 5.8 oz (166 g)
  • Edge Length: 184 mm
  • Total Length: 305 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 2.0 mm
  • Blade Height: 42.4 mm

    ||||||||http://chefknivestogo.stores.turbify.net/sataha24chkn.html||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|harukaze2||item-1||solidtemplate||21wehagy||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/harukaze-tsuchime-vg10-gyuto-210mm-119.png||||||Harukaze VG10 Tsuchime Gyuto 210mm||HVGT-G210||resources > gyutos > gyutos210mm > 21wehagy > ||Knife Types > Gyutos > Gyutos 210mm > 210mm Western Handled Gyutos > ||139.950||139.950 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Harukaze VG10 Tsuchime Gyuto 210mm.

  • Brand: Harukaze
  • Location: Sakai, Japan
  • Construction: San Mai, Laser Cut
  • Cladding: Hammered Damascus Stainless
  • Edge Steel: VG-10
  • Handle: Rosewood Western (Yo)
  • Hardness: RC 60 (special temper)
  • Bevel: 50/50 (good for both right- and left-handed users)
  • Weight: 6.4 ounces
  • Blade Length: 213 mm
  • Overall Length: 335 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 1.8 mm
  • Blade Height: 45.10 mm

    Harukaze means windy spring and has since become one of our best brands for good quality bang for the buck knives with high performance and excellent steels.

    This fine looking gyuto is made from the ubiquitous stainless steel known as VG-10. It is also called V-Gold 10, and it is, hands down, the most used stainless steel in the Japanese kitchen knife industry. There are several reasons for this popularity, leading among them are the great stain resistance of the steel and its ability to take a very sharp edge.

    The Harukaze is a classic gyuto and is the most popular blade shape used by American cooks. It's on the long side for a gyuto at 213mm (they list it at 210mm), which adds balance and versatility to the knife. The edge is double-sided, so it is useful to right- and left-handed users. It is also a breeze to maintain. This is a high performer and great looks at a very attractive price.

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|havghagy24||item-1||solidtemplate||weha24gy||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/harukaze-vg10-hammered-gyuto-240mm-113.png||||||Harukaze VG10 Tsuchime Gyuto 240mm||HVGT-G240||resources > gyutos > gyutos240mm > weha24gy > ||Knife Types > Gyutos > Gyutos 240mm > Western 240mm Gyutos > ||165.000||165.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Harukaze means windy spring, and has since become one of the our best brands for good quality bang for the buck knives with high performance and excellent steels.

    This fine looking gyuto is made from the ubiquitous stainless steel known as VG-10. It is also called V-Gold 10 and it is, hands down, the most used stainless steel in the Japanese kitchen knife industry. There are several reasons for this popularity, leading among them are the great stain resistance of the steel and its ability to take a very sharp edge.

    This is a classic gyuto and is the most popular blade shape used by American cooks. It's on the long side for a gyuto at 245mm, which adds balance and versatility to the knife. The edge is double-sided, so it is useful to right- and left-handed users. It is also a breeze to maintain. This is a high performer and great looker at a very attractive price.

  • Brand: Harukaze
  • Location: Sakai, Japan
  • Construction: San Mai, Laser Cut
  • Cladding: Hammered Damascus Stainless
  • Edge Steel: VG-10
  • Handle: Rosewood Western (Yo)
  • Hardness: RC 60 (special temper)
  • Bevel: 50/50 (good for both right- and left-handed users)
  • Weight: 250g / 8.8 ounces
  • Blade Length: 245 mm
  • Overall Length: 372 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 2 mm
  • Blade Height: 50 mm

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|havgtsho15||item-1||solidtemplate||havgtssa18||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/harukaze-vg10-tsuchime-honesuki-150mm-61.png||||||Harukaze VG10 Tsuchime Honesuki 150mm||HVGT-H150||shopbysteel > vg10steel > havgtssa18 > ||Shop by Steel > VG-10 Steel > Harukaze VG10 Tsuchime > ||109.950||109.950 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||The Harukaze VG10 Tsuchime Honesuki is a medium-length blade made for boning poultry and other proteins but can also be used as a do it all utility knife for various tasks around the kitchen.

    The blade is made from the ever-popular VG-10 stainless steel. It is easily the most used stainless alloy in Japanese kitchen knives industry and for good reason. VG-10 "super steel" comprises carbon, chromium, cobalt, manganese, molybdenum, silicon, and vanadium. This composition of elements gives the VG-10 steel its most essential properties, such as the ability to hold an edge and excellent durability.

    An outer cladding of a 17-layer Damascus stainless alloy is applied to either side. The softer stainless steel cladding is given a tsuchime (hammered) finish, which enhances the knife’s great looks and also helps in achieving better food release.

    The knife is finished off with a lovely western-style rosewood oval handle with a stainless steel ferrule. The knife will serve you well for many years to come!

  • Brand: Harukaze
  • Location: Sakai, Japan
  • Construction: San Mai, Laser Cut
  • Cladding: Hammered Damascus Stainless
  • Edge Steel: VG-10
  • Handle: Rosewood Western (Yo)
  • Hardness: HRC 60 (special temper)
  • Bevel: 50/50 (good for both right- and left-handed users)
  • Weight: 5.7 oz/ 160g
  • Blade Length: 147 mm
  • Overall Length: 267 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Heel: 2.4 mm
  • Blade Height at Heel: 38.9 mm||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|havgtsna16||item-1||solidtemplate||wehana||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/harukaze-vg10-tsuchime-nakiri-165mm-115.png||||||Harukaze VG10 Tsuchime Nakiri 165mm Sale||HVGT-N165||resources > nakiri-knives > wehana > ||Knife Types > Nakiris > Western Handled Nakiris > ||119.950||119.950 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Harukaze means windy spring and has become one of our best brands for good quality 'bang for the buck' knives with high performance, and excellent steels.

    This fine-looking Nakiriu is made from the ubiquitous stainless steel known as VG-10. It is also called V-Gold 10 and it is, hands down, the most used stainless steel in the Japanese kitchen knife industry. There are several reasons for this popularity, leading among them is the great stain resistance of the steel and its ability to take a very sharp edge.

    This is a classic Nakiri and is the most popular blade shape used by Japanese cooks. It's on the long side for a santoku at 185mm, which adds balance and versatility to the knife. The edge is double-sided, so it is useful to right- and left-handed users. It is also a breeze to maintain. This is a high performer and a great looker at a very attractive price.

  • Brand: Harukaze
  • Location: Sakai, Japan
  • Construction: San Mai, Laser Cut
  • Cladding: Hammered Damascus Stainless
  • Edge Steel: VG-10
  • Handle: Rosewood Western (Yo)
  • Hardness: RC 60 (special temper)
  • Bevel: 50/50 (good for both right- and left-handed users)
  • Weight: 6.6 oz (188 g)
  • Blade Length: 161 mm
  • Total Length: 288 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 1.8 mm
  • Blade Height: 45 mm

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|havgtspe13||item-1||solidtemplate||120mmpettys||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/harukaze-vg10-tsuchime-petty-135mm-187.png||||||Harukaze VG10 Tsuchime Petty 135mm||HVGT-P135||resources > petty-knives > 120mmpettys > ||Knife Types > Petty Knives > 120-140mm Pettys > ||99.950||99.950 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||At 135mm, the Harukaze VG10 Tsuchime Petty is a medium length blade. It is a versatile cutting tool around the kitchen, whether cutting on a board or in hand. The knife also has the ability to take on garnishes and artistic style cutting needs. This is a stout and rigid knife that flies though herbs and other small items with ease.

    The blade is made from the ever-popular VG-10 stainless steel. It is easily the most used stainless alloy in the kitchen knife industry, and for good reason. VG-10 "super steel" is composed of carbon, chromium, cobalt, manganese, molybdenum, silicon, and vanadium. This composition of elements gives the VG-10 steel its most important properties, such as the ability to hold an edge coupled with great durability.

    An outer cladding of a 17-layer damascus stainless alloy is applied to either side. The softer stainless steel cladding is given a tsuchime (hammered) finish, which enhances the knife’s great looks and also helps in achieving better food release.

    The knife is finished off with a lovely western style rosewood oval handle with a stainless steel ferrule. This is a great little petty at a very attractive price, that will serve you well for many years to come!

  • Brand: Harukaze
  • Location: Sakai, Japan
  • Construction: San Mai, Laser Cut
  • Cladding: Hammered Damascus Stainless
  • Edge Steel: VG-10
  • Handle: Rosewood Western (Yo)
  • Hardness: RC 60 (special temper)
  • Bevel: 50/50 (good for both right- and left-handed users)
  • Weight: 90 g/3 oz
  • Blade Length: 140 mm
  • Overall Length: 250 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Heel: 1.8 mm
  • Blade Height at Heel: 30 mm

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|harukaze3||item-1||solidtemplate||75pekn||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/harukaze-vg10-tsuchime-petty-80mm-226.png||||||Harukaze VG10 Tsuchime Petty 80mm ||HVGT-P80||resources > petty-knives > 75pekn > ||Knife Types > Petty Knives > 75mm-115mm Petty Knives > ||89.950||89.950 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||At 80mm, the Harukaze VG10 Tsuchime Petty is a small-length blade. It is a versatile cutting tool around the kitchen, whether cutting on a board or in hand. The knife also has the ability to take on garnishes and artistic style cutting needs. This is a stout and rigid knife that flies through herbs and other small items with ease.

    The blade is made from the ever-popular VG-10 stainless steel. It is easily the most used stainless alloy in the kitchen knife industry and for good reason. VG-10 "super steel" is composed of carbon, chromium, cobalt, manganese, molybdenum, silicon, and vanadium. This composition of elements gives the VG-10 steel its most important properties, such as the ability to hold an edge coupled with great durability.

    An outer cladding of a 17-layer Damascus stainless alloy is applied to either side. The softer stainless steel cladding is given a tsuchime (hammered) finish, which enhances the knife’s great looks and also helps in achieving better food release.

    The knife is finished off with a lovely western-style rosewood oval handle with a stainless steel ferrule. This is a great little petty at a very attractive price, that will serve you well for many years to come!

  • Brand: Harukaze
  • Location: Sakai, Japan
  • Construction: San Mai, Laser Cut
  • Cladding: Hammered Damascus Stainless
  • Edge Steel: VG-10
  • Handle: Rosewood Western (Yo)
  • Hardness: RC 60 (special temper)
  • Bevel: 50/50 (good for both right- and left-handed users)
  • Weight: 2.5 ounces
  • Blade Length: 84 mm
  • Overall Length: 191 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 1.8 mm
  • Blade Height: 22.45 mm

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|satahachkn21||item.||solidtemplate||wehasa||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/sakai-takayuki-hammerd-chef-knife-210mm-86.png||||||Harukaze VG10 Tsuchime Santoku 185mm||HVGT-S185||resources > santokuknives > wehasa > ||Knife Types > Santokus > Western Handled Santokus > ||120.000||120.000 ||||||

    Average rating is 4.4
    5.0
    By:  Shawn
    albuquerque nm
    This knife is incredible. I have only used german knives before I bought this one and I don’t think I’ll ever go back.
    0.3
    5.0
    By:  Chris
    Los Angeles
    This is a great knife! Good balance & extremely sharp,with the looks to match it.
    0.3
    4.0
    By:  EZ
    Brooklyn
    This Hammered Damascus line is the knife of a hundred companies. I dont know if Sakai Takayuki finishes the knife off any different than Togiharu,Gekko,Yoshihiro,etc... but I had to give one a try and have to say that this knife is legit. Fit and finish are decent - barely crooked bolster but handle is a nice size and fit. Light yet doesn’t feel flimsy and damn sharp out the box. Bevel on mine is not 50/50 almost like a 60/40. The knife itself is a looker though the inclusion of "made in japan" under the kanji is a little corny. All these slight flaws don’t hinder the fact that this knife has been performing strong in a professional kitchen while getting a lot of use as a line knife and not being handled lightly. I haven’t sharpened it once,not even out the box and it is still cutting through almost anything with ease as long as I hone it every once and a while. Wouldn’t use for heavy prep or anything sloppy - handle can get a little slippery,and Im not saying it is taking down chicken bones but it was working fine on small pumpkins the other day. Overall,this isn’t some gift shop knife even though it is sold under many names and stories. I would recommend for any use - home,student,pro
    0.3
    4.0
    By:  Chris
    Denver,co
    Good sharp knife right out of the box. Good weight and balance. Seems a little thin at the tip. Id recommend a knife sleeve.
    0.3
    4.0
    By:  Calvin
    Fort Worth TX
    Knife is very out of the box and does a great job,my only negative is that you have to hone it and sharpen it to often in my opinion. But over all 8.5 stars

    But I love my knife.
    0.3
    ||2.000 ||||1||1||1||0||||||||Harukaze means windy spring and has become one of our best brands for good quality 'bang for the buck' knives with high performance, excellent steels.

    This fine-looking santoku is made from the ubiquitous stainless steel known as VG-10. It is also called V-Gold 10 and it is, hands down, the most used stainless steel in the Japanese kitchen knife industry. There are several reasons for this popularity, leading among them is the great stain resistance of the steel and its ability to take a very sharp edge.

    This is a classic santoku and is the most popular blade shape used by Japanese cooks. It's on the long side for a santoku at 185mm, which adds balance and versatility to the knife. The edge is double-sided, so it is useful for right- and left-handed users. It is also a breeze to maintain. This is a high performer and great looker at a very attractive price.

  • Brand: Harukaze
  • Location: Sakai, Japan
  • Construction: San Mai, Laser Cut
  • Cladding: Hammered Damascus Stainless
  • Edge Steel: VG-10
  • Handle: Rosewood Western (Yo)
  • Hardness: RC 60 (special temper)
  • Bevel: 50/50 (good for both right- and left-handed users)
  • Weight: 172g/6 ounces
  • Blade Length: 185 mm
  • Overall Length: 310 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 1.8 mm
  • Blade Height: 46 mm

    ||||||||http://chefknivestogo.stores.turbify.net/satahachkn21.html||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|havgtssu24||item-1||solidtemplate||sujihiki240mm||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/harukaze-vg10-tsuchime-sujihiki-240mm-284.png||||||Harukaze VG10 Tsuchime Sujihiki 240mm||HVGT-S240||resources > sujihikis > sujihiki240mm > ||Knife Types > Sujihikis > Sujihiki 180mm-260mm > ||140.000||140.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Harukaze VG10 Tsuchime Sujihiki 240mm. The blade of this 240mm suji has been fashioned from a core of VG-10 core stainless steel which has had an outer cladding of a 17-layer damascus stainless alloy applied to either side. The softer stainless steel cladding is given a tsuchime (hammered) finish, which enhances the knife’s great looks and also helps in achieving better food release.

    It can tackle virtually any ingredient, large or small, cooked or raw. This particular version of the ubiquitous chef knife possesses a great balance and fast cutting action. This is a wonderful rendition of East meets West. The western style handle is attractive and easy to care for with a sturdy full metal tang. It is very well finished and adds a touch of class to the attractive aesthetic of the damascus hammered blade.

    The Japanese style blade is light and more nimble than its European and American counterparts. This is a really nice, durable, and very easy to maintain knife for all kinds of uses and users.

  • Brand: Harukaze
  • Location: Tosa, Japan
  • Construction: San Mai, Laser Cut
  • Cladding: Hammered Damascus Stainless
  • Edge Steel: VG-10
  • Edge Grind: Even
  • Handle: Rosewood Western (Yo)
  • Hardness: RC 60 (special temper)
  • Bevel: 50/50 (good for both right- and left-handed users)
  • Weight: 6.8 ounces / 192g
  • Blade Length: 240 mm
  • Overall Length: 370 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 2.0 mm
  • Blade Height: 36 mm

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|harukazewhite2||item.||solidtemplate||white2steel||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/harukaze-white-2-64.png||||||Harukaze White #2||||shopbysteel > white2steel > ||Shop by Steel > White #2 Steel > ||||||||||||||||0||1||0||0||||hawh1kubu hawh2kuna17 hawh2sa17 ||||Harukaze means "windy spring" in Japanese. This line of knives uses Shirogami #2 or "White #2" carbon steel on the edges.||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|hawh1kubu||item-1||solidtemplate||buknupto17an||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/harukaze-white-2-kurouchi-bunka-170mm-235.png||||||Harukaze White #2 Kurouchi Bunka 170mm||HW2-B170||resources > bannobunkas > buknupto17an > ||Knife Types > Bunka Knives > Bunka Knives 170mm and Longer > ||80.000||80.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||The Harukaze White #2 Kurouchi Bunka is a great knife for home cooks and line chefs needing a compact blade that has all the attributes of a knife with a longer edge.

    Harukaze means "windy spring" in Japanese. We like the name and image it conjures up! We have Harukaze knives made exclusively for CKTG by a well-regarded factory in Tosa, Japan. We specified a kurouchi finish to these knives for the added protection it affords, as well as the great rustic look that so many people love.

    The inner core of White #2 is covered with a layer of soft iron that adds lightness and strength to the blade. It is quite a stout blade for a bunka but it is still light and nimble in hand. These knives are so versatile they can cover almost all needs in the kitchen, from in-hand work to major prep sessions. They come with a lovely oval rosewood and black pakka handle which is perfect for right- and left-handed users.

    We are very impressed with the overall fit and finish of these knives given their very keen price. We think you will be too.

  • Region: Tosa, Japan
  • Brand: Harukaze
  • Blacksmith: Undisclosed
  • Construction: San Mai, Hammer Forged
  • HRC: 60-61
  • Edge Steel: White #2
  • Grind: Double ground even (see choil photo)
  • Cladding: Soft Iron
  • Blade Finish: Kurouchi
  • Blade Type: Bunka
  • Weight: 4.9 oz (140 g)
  • Edge Length: 171 mm
  • Total Length: 310 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 3.8 mm
  • Blade Height: 44.6 mm
  • Ferrule: Black Pakkawood
  • Handle: Rosewood Oval

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|hawh2kuna17||item-1||solidtemplate||harukazewhite2||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/harukaze-white-2-kurouchi-nakiri-170mm-185.png||||||Harukaze White #2 Kurouchi Nakiri 170mm||HW2-N170||shopbysteel > white2steel > harukazewhite2 > ||Shop by Steel > White #2 Steel > Harukaze White #2 > ||80.000||80.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Over the past year we have built the Harukaze brand into a multi-line group featuring an assortment of steel types, finishes, and sharpening techniques. The Harukaze name is derived from the Japanese word for “windy spring.”

    Harukaze White #2 knives are constructed from high carbon Shirogami #2 steel. This is a very popular alloy used for kitchen knives. It is favored for its great edge retention and ease of sharpening characteristics. The blade is made san-mai style with an outer cladding of a soft carbon steel. The iron is left with the forger’s scale on the blade for that classic rustic look. The cladding not only looks cool, but it also goes a long way in protecting the soft iron jigane. Daily maintenance is reduced significantly by the use of this kurouchi jigane.

    This is a standard kakugata style nakiri, which is one of the best knives for cutting vegetables. It is ground with a symmetrical 50/50 edge bevel. Blade height is about average for this length of knife, as is the weight. The knife comes with a well-finished oval rosewood and black pakka wood handle.

    These knives represent some of the best value in our store and would make the perfect introduction to the world of Japanese kitchen cutlery.

  • Brand: Harukaze
  • Blacksmith: Undisclosed
  • Region: Tosa, Japan
  • Construction: San Mai, Hammer Forged
  • Edge Steel: White #2
  • HRC: 60-61
  • Grind: Double ground even (see choil photo)
  • Cladding: Soft Iron
  • Blade Finish: Kurouchi
  • Blade Type: Nakiri
  • Edge Length: 168mm
  • Height: 55mm
  • Overall Length: 315mm
  • Weight: 6.7oz
  • Handle: Rosewood Oval
  • Ferrule: Black Pakka Wood||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|hawh2sa17||item-1||solidtemplate||wahasa||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/harukaze-white-2-santoku-170mm-168.png||||||Harukaze White #2 Kurouchi Santoku 170mm||HW2-S170||resources > santokuknives > wahasa > ||Knife Types > Santokus > Wa Handled Santokus > ||80.000||80.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||The Harukaze White #2 Kurouchi santoku is a great knife for home cooks and line chefs needing a compact blade that has all the attributes of a knife with a longer edge.

    Harukaze means "windy spring" in Japanese. We like the name and image it conjures up! We have Harukaze knives made exclusively for CKTG by a well-regarded factory in Tosa, Japan. We specified a kurouchi finish to these knives for the added protection it affords, as well as the great rustic look that so many people love.

    The inner core of White #2 is covered with a layer of soft iron that adds lightness and strength to the blade. It is quite a stout blade for a santoku and it's workhorse feel gives confidence and adds durability to the edge. These knives are so versatile they can cover almost all needs in the kitchen, from in-hand work to major prep sessions. They come with a lovely oval rosewood and black pakka handle which is perfect for right- and left-handed users. The blade guard is the best choice for this knife. Our santoku sayas don't fit well.

  • Region: Tosa, Japan
  • Brand: Harukaze
  • Blacksmith: Undisclosed
  • Construction: San Mai, Hammer Forged
  • HRC: 60-61
  • Edge Steel: White #2
  • Grind: Double ground even (see choil photo)
  • Cladding: Soft Iron
  • Blade Finish: Kurouchi
  • Blade Type: Santoku
  • Edge Length: 173mm
  • Overall: 305mm
  • Weight: 4.9oz
  • Height: 47mm
  • Ferrule: Black Pakkawood
  • Handle: Rosewood Oval||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|haasmi||item.||solidtemplate||hatsukokoro||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/hatsukokoro-as-migaki-22.png||||||Hatsukokoro Aogami Super||||specials > forknco > hatsukokoro > ||Resources > For Knife Collectors > Hatsukokoro Knives > ||||||||||||||||0||1||0||0||||haasmipe15 haasmibu18 haasmisa180 haasmigy21 haasgy24 haassu27 ||||Hatsukokoro Aogami Super Migaki knives are made with top of the line carbon steel also know as aogami super steel and feature nice handles and good (polished) migaki finish. They're terrific knives.||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|hainasdakuts||item.||solidtemplate||hatsukokoro||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/hatsukokoro-inazuma-as-damascus-kurouchi-tsuchime-36.png||||||Hatsukokoro Aogami Super Inazuma Damascus Tsuchime||||specials > forknco > hatsukokoro > ||Resources > For Knife Collectors > Hatsukokoro Knives > ||||||||||||||||0||1||0||0||||hainasdakuts1 hainasdatsgy ||||Hatsukokoro Inazuma AS Damascus Kurouchi Tsuchime. Hatsukokoro kitchen knives are manufactured in Tosa, Japan, using SG2 powdered tool steel with a hardness rating of HRC 63-64+-. They have a gorgeous finish and Damascus cladding on the blade, and are paired with lovely wenge octagonal handles with buffalo horn ferrules. Even grinds on these double bevel knives make them great for both right- and left-handed users.||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|hainasdakuts1||item-1||solidtemplate||buknupto17an||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/hatsukokoro-inazuma-as-damascus-tsuchime-bunka-175mm-169.png||||||Hatsukokoro Aogami Super Inazuma Damascus Tsuchime Bunka 175mm||HINA-B175||resources > bannobunkas > buknupto17an > ||Knife Types > Bunka Knives > Bunka Knives 170mm and Longer > ||235.000||235.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||
  • Brand: Hatsukokoro
  • Location: Seki City, Tosa, Japan
  • Construction: San Mai
  • Edge Steel: AS
  • Cladding: Reactive Iron / Damascus
  • Finish: Nashiji, Tsuchime
  • HRC: 62+-
  • Edge Grind: Even
  • Engraving: Etched
  • Handle: Wenge Octagonal
  • Ferrule: Black Buffalo Horn
  • Weight: 5.0oz/ 144g
  • Blade Length: 176mm
  • Overall Length: 320mm
  • Spine Thickness at Heel: 2.6mm
  • Blade Height at Heel: 50.0mm||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|hainasdatsgy||item-1||solidtemplate||21wahagy||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/hatsukokoro-inazuma-as-damascus-tsuchime-gyuto-210mm-169.png||||||Hatsukokoro Aogami Super Inazuma Damascus Tsuchime Gyuto 210mm||HINA-G210||resources > gyutos > gyutos210mm > 21wahagy > ||Knife Types > Gyutos > Gyutos 210mm > 210mm Wa Handled Gyutos > ||255.000||255.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Hatsukokoro Inazuma AS Damascus Tsuchime Gyuto 210mm.

  • Brand: Hatsukokoro
  • Location: Seki City, Tosa, Japan
  • Construction: San Mai
  • Edge Steel: AS
  • Cladding: Reactive Iron / Damascus
  • Finish: Nashiji, Tsuchime
  • HRC: 62+-
  • Edge Grind: Even
  • Engraving: Etched
  • Handle: Wenge Octagonal
  • Ferrule: Black Buffalo Horn
  • Weight: 5.4oz (154g)
  • Blade Length: 203mm
  • Overall Length: 360mm
  • Spine Thickness at Heel: 2.2mm
  • Blade Height at Heel: 46mm
  • Handle: Wenge Octagonal
  • Ferrule: Buffalo Horn

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|haasda||item.||solidtemplate||hatsukokoro||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/hatsukokoro-as-damascus-40.png||||||Hatsukokoro Aogami Super Shinkiro Damascus||||specials > forknco > hatsukokoro > ||Resources > For Knife Collectors > Hatsukokoro Knives > ||||||||||||||||0||1||0||0||||haasdagy21 haasdagy24 haasshdaki24 ||||Hatsukokoro Shinkiro Aogami Supder Damascus line is made in Fukushima Japan with HRC of 62-63.||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|haasmibu18||item-1||solidtemplate||buknupto17an||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/hatsukokoro-as-migaki-bunka-180mm-59.png||||||Hatsukokoro AS Migaki Bunka 180mm||HFAS-B180||resources > bannobunkas > buknupto17an > ||Knife Types > Bunka Knives > Bunka Knives 170mm and Longer > ||130.000||130.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||The Hatsukokoro Aogami Super Migaki series is an exceptional value. This top-shelf carbon steel is fantastic for use in kitchen knives and can hold a steep edge and sharpen easily. The migaki finish is high quality as is the single-piece, octagonal wood handle with stained, lacquer coating for water resistance. HRC on these knives is 62-63 and the edge grind is even. Great for both right- and left-handed users.

    Please note that we do not carry a saya that fits this knife.

  • Brand: Hatsukokoro
  • Location: Japan
  • Construction: San Mai, Roll Forged
  • Edge Steel: Aogami Super Steel
  • Cladding: Stainless Steel
  • Finish: Migaki (Polished)
  • HRC: 62-63+-
  • Edge Grind: Even
  • Handle: Octagonal Oak
  • Weight: 5.1 oz (144 g)
  • Edge Length: 181 mm
  • Total Length: 330 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 1.6 mm
  • Blade Height at Base: 49.8 mm||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|haasmigy21||item-1||solidtemplate||21wahagy||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/hatsukokoro-as-migaki-gyuto-210mm-59.png||||||Hatsukokoro AS Migaki Gyuto 210mm||HFAS-G210||resources > gyutos > gyutos210mm > 21wahagy > ||Knife Types > Gyutos > Gyutos 210mm > 210mm Wa Handled Gyutos > ||140.000||140.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||The Hatsukokoro Aogami Super Migaki series is an exceptional value. This top-shelf carbon steel is fantastic for use in kitchen knives and can hold a steep edge and sharpen easily. The migaki finish is high quality as is the single-piece, octagonal wood handle with stained, lacquer coating for water resistance. HRC on these knives is 62-63 and the edge grind is even. Great for both right- and left-handed users.

  • Brand: Hatsukokoro
  • Location: Japan
  • Construction: San Mai, Roll Forged
  • Edge Steel: Aogami Super Steel
  • Cladding: Stainless Steel
  • Finish: Migaki (Polished)
  • HRC: 62-63+-
  • Edge Grind: Even
  • Handle: Octagonal Oak
  • Weight: 4.9 oz (138 g)
  • Edge Length: 213 mm
  • Total Length: 362 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 1.7 mm
  • Blade Height at Base: 45.4 mm||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|haasgy24||item-1||solidtemplate||waha24gy||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/hatsukokoro-as-gyuto-240mm-61.png||||||Hatsukokoro AS Migaki Gyuto 240mm||HFAS-G240||resources > gyutos > gyutos240mm > waha24gy > ||Knife Types > Gyutos > Gyutos 240mm > Wa Gyutos 240mm > ||145.000||145.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Hatsukokoro AS Gyuto 240mm. The Hatsukokoro Aogami Super Migaki series is an exceptional value. This top-shelf carbon steel is fantastic for use in kitchen knives and can hold a steep edge and sharpen easily. The migaki finish is high quality as is the single-piece, octagonal wood handle with stained, lacquer coating for water resistance. HRC on these knives is 62-63 and the edge grind is even. Great for both right- and left-handed users.

  • Brand: Hatsukokoro
  • Location: Japan
  • Construction: San Mai, Roll Forged
  • Edge Steel: Aogami Super Steel
  • Cladding: Stainless Steel
  • Finish: Migaki (Polished)
  • HRC: 62-63+-
  • Edge Grind: Even
  • Handle: Ebony Octagonal
  • Weight: 7 oz (200 g)
  • Edge Length: 246 mm
  • Total Length: 403 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 2.5 mm
  • Blade Height at Base: 50 mm||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|haasmipe15||item-1||solidtemplate||150mmpettys||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/hatsukokoro-as-migaki-petty-150mm-59.png||||||Hatsukokoro AS Migaki Petty 150mm||HFAS-P150||resources > petty-knives > 150mmpettys > ||Knife Types > Petty Knives > 150-165mm Pettys > ||100.000||100.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||The Hatsukokoro Aogami Super Migaki series is an exceptional value. This top-shelf carbon steel is fantastic for use in kitchen knives and can hold a steep edge and sharpen easily. The migaki finish is high quality as is the single-piece, octagonal wood handle with stained, lacquer coating for water resistance. HRC on these knives is 62-63 and the edge grind is even. Great for both right- and left-handed users.

  • Brand: Hatsukokoro
  • Location: Japan
  • Construction: San Mai, Roll Forged
  • Edge Steel: Aogami Super Steel
  • Cladding: Stainless Steel
  • Finish: Migaki (Polished)
  • HRC: 62-63+-
  • Edge Grind: Even
  • Handle: Octagonal Oak
  • Weight: 2.3 oz (66 g)
  • Edge Length: 151 mm
  • Total Length: 280 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 1.4 mm
  • Blade Height at Base: 28.5 mm||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|haasmisa180||item-1||solidtemplate||wahasa||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/hatsukokoro-as-migaki-santoku-180mm-59.png||||||Hatsukokoro AS Migaki Santoku 180mm||HFAS-S180||resources > santokuknives > wahasa > ||Knife Types > Santokus > Wa Handled Santokus > ||130.000||130.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||The Hatsukokoro Aogami Super Migaki series is an exceptional value. This top-shelf carbon steel is fantastic for use in kitchen knives and can hold a steep edge and sharpen easily. The migaki finish is high quality as is the single-piece, octagonal wood handle with stained, lacquer coating for water resistance. HRC on these knives is 62-63 and the edge grind is even. Great for both right- and left-handed users.

  • Brand: Hatsukokoro
  • Location: Japan
  • Construction: San Mai, Roll Forged
  • Edge Steel: Aogami Super Steel
  • Cladding: Stainless Steel
  • Finish: Migaki (Polished)
  • HRC: 62-63+-
  • Edge Grind: Even
  • Handle: Octagonal Oak
  • Weight: 4.5 oz (128 g)
  • Edge Length: 181 mm
  • Total Length: 329 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 1.6 mm
  • Blade Height at Base: 44.5 mm||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|haassu27||item-1||solidtemplate||haasmi||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/hatsukokoro-as-sujihiki-270mm-61.png||||||Hatsukokoro AS Migaki Sujihiki 270mm||HFAS-S270||specials > forknco > hatsukokoro > haasmi > ||Resources > For Knife Collectors > Hatsukokoro Knives > Hatsukokoro Aogami Super > ||155.000||155.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||The Hatsukokoro Aogami Super Migaki series is an exceptional value. This top-shelf carbon steel is fantastic for use in kitchen knives and can hold a steep edge and sharpen easily. The migaki finish is high quality as is the single-piece, octagonal wood handle with stained, lacquer coating for water resistance. HRC on these knives is 62-63 and the edge grind is even. Great for both right- and left-handed users.

  • Brand: Hatsukokoro
  • Location: Japan
  • Construction: San Mai, Roll Forged
  • Edge Steel: Aogami Super Steel
  • Cladding: Stainless Steel
  • Finish: Migaki (Polished)
  • HRC: 62-63+-
  • Edge Grind: Even
  • Handle: Ebony Octagonal
  • Weight: 5.9 oz (168 g)
  • Edge Length: 274 mm
  • Total Length: 436 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 2.2 mm
  • Blade Height at Base: 40.5 mm||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|haasdagy21||item-1||solidtemplate||21wahagy||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/hatsukokoro-as-damascus-gyuto-210mm-107.png||||||Hatsukokoro AS Shinkiro Damascus Gyuto 210mm||HATAS-G210||resources > gyutos > gyutos210mm > 21wahagy > ||Knife Types > Gyutos > Gyutos 210mm > 210mm Wa Handled Gyutos > ||359.950||359.950 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Hatsukokoro Shinkiro Aogami Super Damascus line is made in Fukushima, Japan, by Nihei Takahiro. He heat-treats them to HRC of 62-63. They feature a rustic kurouchi finish and Damascus cladding on the blade road with nice wenge and buffalo horn octagonal handles. Even grinds on these double-bevel knives make them great for both right- and left-handed users.

  • Brand: Hatsukokoro
  • Blacksmith: Nihei Takahiro
  • Location: Fukushima, Japan
  • Construction: San Mai, Hammer Forged
  • Edge Steel: Aogami Super Steel
  • Cladding: Soft Iron
  • Finish: Kurouchi and Damascus
  • HRC: 62-63+-
  • Edge Grind: Even
  • Handle: Octagonal Wenge
  • Ferrule: Buffalo Horn
  • Weight: 6.7 oz (190 g)
  • Edge Length: 222 mm
  • Total Length: 365 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 4.4 mm
  • Blade Height at Base: 47.5 mm||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|haasdagy24||item-1||solidtemplate||waha24gy||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/hatsukokoro-as-damascus-gyuto-240mm-106.png||||||Hatsukokoro AS Shinkiro Damascus Gyuto 240mm||HATAS-G240||resources > gyutos > gyutos240mm > waha24gy > ||Knife Types > Gyutos > Gyutos 240mm > Wa Gyutos 240mm > ||379.950||379.950 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||The Hatsukokoro Shinkiro Aogami Super Damascus line is made in Fukushima Japan by Nihei Takahiro. He heat-treats the blades to HRC of 62-63. The knife features a distinctive kurouchi finish and a beautiful Damascus cladding on the blade road, complemented by an elegant octagonal handle made of wenge and buffalo horn. The double-bevel design ensures even grinds, making it ideal for both right- and left-handed users.

  • Brand: Hatsukokoro
  • Blacksmith: Nihei Takahiro
  • Location: Fukushima, Japan
  • Construction: San Mai, Hammer Forged
  • Edge Steel: Aogami Super Steel
  • Cladding: Soft Iron
  • Finish: Kurouchi and Damascus
  • HRC: 62-63
  • Edge Grind: Even
  • Handle: Octagonal Wenge
  • Ferrule: Buffalo Horn
  • Weight: 7.8 oz (220g)
  • Blade Length: 256 mm
  • Total Length: 404 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 4.4 mm
  • Blade Height at Base: 50 mm||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|haasshdaki24||item-1||solidtemplate||haasda||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/hatsukokoro-as-shinkiro-damascus-kiritsuke-240mm-45.png||||||Hatsukokoro AS Shinkiro Damascus Kiritsuke 240mm||HATAS-K240||specials > forknco > hatsukokoro > haasda > ||Resources > For Knife Collectors > Hatsukokoro Knives > Hatsukokoro Aogami Super Shinkiro Damascus > ||450.000||450.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Hatsukokoro Shinkiro Aogami Super Damascus line is made in Fukushima, Japan, by Nihei Takahiro. He heat-treats them to HRC of 62-63. They feature a rustic kurouchi finish and Damascus cladding on the blade road with nice octagonal handles. Even grinds on these double-bevel knives make them great for both right- and left-handed users.

  • Brand: Hatsukokoro
  • Blacksmith: Nihei Takahiro
  • Location: Fukushima, Japan
  • Construction: San Mai, Hammer Forged
  • Edge Steel: Aogami Super Steel
  • Cladding: Soft Iron
  • Finish: Kurouchi and Damascus
  • HRC: 62-63+-
  • Edge Grind: Even
  • Weight: 9.3 oz (262 g)
  • Edge Length: 246 mm
  • Total Length: 400 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 4.1 mm
  • Blade Height at Base: 55.0 mm||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|haatsa18||item-1||solidtemplate||haha||||||||Hatsukokoro ATS34 Damascus Santoku 180mm||F34D-S180||specials > forknco > hatsukokoro > haha > ||Resources > For Knife Collectors > Hatsukokoro Knives > Hatsukokoro Hayabusa ATS34 > ||290.000||290.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Hatsukokoro ATS34 Migaki Damascus Santoku. Introducing the Hatsukokuro Hayabusa Series, crafted from premium ATS34 stainless steel with beautiful damascus cladding. Renowned for its exceptional edge formation, sharpenability, and durability, this steel is a top choice for kitchen knives. The blade is expertly ground thin to enhance performance without compromising strength, ensuring precision and resilience.

    The Hayabusa series features a sleek damascus finish and impeccable craftsmanship at an unbeatable value. Each knife has a one-piece octagonal ebony handle, offering a perfect blend of elegance and functionality.

  • Brand: Hatsukokoro
  • Location: Tosa, Japan
  • Construction: San Mai
  • Edge Steel: ATS34 Stainless Steel
  • Cladding: Stainless Steel
  • Finish: Damascus Stainless
  • HRC: 61+-
  • Edge Grind: Even
  • Handle: Octagonal Ebony
  • Weight: 5.6oz (158g)
  • Blade Length: 185mm
  • Overall Length: 323mm
  • Spine Thickness at Heel: 3mm
  • Blade Height at Heel: 49.3mm||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|haatki21||item-1||solidtemplate||kiupto21||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/hatsukokoro-ats34-kiritsuke-210mm-13.png||||||Hatsukokoro ATS34 Kiritsuke 210mm||F34M-K210||resources > kiritsukeknife > kiupto21 > ||Knife Types > Kiritsukes > Kiritsukes Up To 210mm > ||225.000||225.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Hatsukokoro ATS34 Migaki Kiritsuke/ Gyuto 210mm. Introducing the Hatsukokuro Hayabusa Series, crafted from premium ATS34 stainless steel. Renowned for its exceptional edge formation, sharpenability, and durability, this steel is a top choice for kitchen knives. The blade is expertly ground thin to enhance performance without compromising strength, ensuring precision and resilience.

    The Hayabusa series features a sleek kasumi finish and impeccable craftsmanship at an unbeatable value. Each knife has a one-piece octagonal ebony handle, offering a perfect blend of elegance and functionality.

  • Brand: Hatsukokoro
  • Location: Tosa, Japan
  • Construction: San Mai
  • Edge Steel: ATS34 Stainless Steel
  • Cladding: Stainless Steel
  • Finish: Kasumi
  • HRC: 61+-
  • Edge Grind: Even
  • Handle: Octagonal Ebony
  • Weight: 5.1oz (144g)
  • Blade Length: 208mm
  • Overall Length: 351mm
  • Spine Thickness at Heel: 2.2mm
  • Blade Height at Heel: 45.9mm||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|haatpe15||item-1||solidtemplate||haha||||||||Hatsukokoro ATS34 Petty 150mm||F34D-P150||specials > forknco > hatsukokoro > haha > ||Resources > For Knife Collectors > Hatsukokoro Knives > Hatsukokoro Hayabusa ATS34 > ||215.000||215.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Hatsukokoro ATS34 Migaki Petty 150mm. Introducing the Hatsukokuro Hayabusa Series, crafted from premium ATS34 stainless steel. Renowned for its exceptional edge formation, sharpenability, and durability, this steel is a top choice for kitchen knives. The blade is expertly ground thin to enhance performance without compromising strength, ensuring precision and resilience.

    The Hayabusa series features a sleek kasumi finish and impeccable craftsmanship at an unbeatable value. Each knife has a one-piece octagonal ebony handle, offering a perfect blend of elegance and functionality.

  • Brand: Hatsukokoro
  • Location: Tosa, Japan
  • Construction: San Mai
  • Edge Steel: ATS34 Stainless Steel
  • Cladding: Stainless Steel
  • Finish: Kasumi
  • HRC: 61+-
  • Edge Grind: Even
  • Handle: Octagonal Ebony
  • Weight: 3.2oz (92g)
  • Blade Length: 152mm
  • Overall Length: 280mm
  • Spine Thickness at Heel: 2.7mm
  • Blade Height at Heel: 36.4mm||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|haaukish||item-1||solidtemplate||kitchen-shears||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/hatsukokoro-aus6-kitchen-shears-41.png||||||Hatsukokoro AUS6 Kitchen Shears||HAUS6||specials > linecooks > kitchen-shears > ||Resources > For Professionals > Kitchen Shears > ||47.000||47.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Hatsukokoro AUS6 Stainless Steel, Separable Kitchen Shears are made in a small factory in Japan. They're essential for any kitchen. Perfect for tasks ranging from meat trimming and dried fruit slicing to shaping baking parchment. Designed to separate easily for hassle-free cleaning.

  • Weight: 4.1 oz (116 g)
  • Edge Length: 62 mm
  • Total Length: 198 mm||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|hakobl2||item.||solidtemplate||hatsukokoro||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/hatsukokoro-komorebi-blue-2-65.png||||||Hatsukokoro Blue #1 and Blue #2 Komorebi ||||specials > forknco > hatsukokoro > ||Resources > For Knife Collectors > Hatsukokoro Knives > ||||||||||||||||0||1||0||0||||hatsukokoro6 hakobl1sa18c hakobl1dasa1 hakobl2gy21 hatsukokoro4 hakobl2ki21 hakubl2gy24 ||||Hatsukokoro's Komorebi which means sunlight through the trees. These knives feature a beautiful natural stone finish. These are available in Blue #1 and Blue #2.||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|habl1||item.||solidtemplate||blue1steel||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/hatsukokoro-blue-1-17.png||||||Hatsukokoro Blue #1 Kokugei ||||shopbysteel > blue1steel > ||Shop by Steel > Blue #1 Steel > ||||||||||||||||0||1||0||0||||hakobl1pe12 hakobl1sa hakobl1gy21 hakobl1gy24 ||||Hatsukokoro Blue #1 are made with a nice kurouchi finish and have a workhorse vibe. These are great knives for pro cooks who like good carbon steel.||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|hakobl1gy21||item-1||solidtemplate||21wahagy||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/hatsukokoro-kokugei-blue-1-gyuto-210mm-59.png||||||Hatsukokoro Blue #1 Kokugei Gyuto 210mm||HLB-G210||resources > gyutos > gyutos210mm > 21wahagy > ||Knife Types > Gyutos > Gyutos 210mm > 210mm Wa Handled Gyutos > ||100.000||100.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Hatsukokoro Kokugei Blue #1 Gyuto 210mm

  • Maker: Hatsukokoro
  • Line: Kokugei
  • Construction: San Mai, Hammer Forged
  • Location: Tosa, Japan
  • Edge Steel: Blue #1 Carbon Steel
  • HRC: 62-63
  • Edge Grind: Even
  • Cladding: Iron
  • Handle: Wenge Octagonal
  • Ferrule: Buffalo Horn
  • Weight: 6.7 oz (192 g)
  • Edge Length: 215 mm
  • Total Length: 364 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Heel: 2.9 mm
  • Blade Height at Heel: 48.8 mm||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|hakobl1gy24||item-1||solidtemplate||waha24gy||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/hatsukokoro-kokugei-blue-1-gyuto-240mm-59.png||||||Hatsukokoro Blue #1 Kokugei Gyuto 240mm||HLB-G240||resources > gyutos > gyutos240mm > waha24gy > ||Knife Types > Gyutos > Gyutos 240mm > Wa Gyutos 240mm > ||110.000||110.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Hatsukokoro Blue #1 knives are made with a nice kurouchi finish and have a workhorse vibe. These are great knives for pro cooks who like good carbon steel.

  • Maker: Hatsukokoro
  • Line: Kokugei
  • Construction: San Mai, Hammer Forged
  • Location: Tosa, Japan
  • Edge Steel: Blue #1 Carbon Steel
  • HRC: 62-63
  • Edge Grind: Even
  • Cladding: Iron
  • Handle: Wenge Octagonal
  • Ferrule: Buffalo Horn
  • Weight: 8.9 oz (254 g)
  • Edge Length: 247 mm
  • Total Length: 398 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 3.8 mm
  • Blade Height: 51.4 mm||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|hakobl1pe12||item-1||solidtemplate||120mmpettys||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/hatsukokoro-kokugei-blue-1-petty-120mm-59.png||||||Hatsukokoro Blue #1 Kokugei Petty 120mm||HLB-P120||resources > petty-knives > 120mmpettys > ||Knife Types > Petty Knives > 120-140mm Pettys > ||80.000||80.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Hatsukokoro Kokugei Blue #1 Petty 120mm

  • Maker: Hatsukokoro
  • Line: Kokugei
  • Construction: San Mai, Hammer Forged
  • Location: Tosa Japan
  • Edge Steel: Blue #1 Carbon Steel
  • HRC: 62-63
  • Edge Grind: Even
  • Cladding: Iron
  • Handle: Wenge Octagonal
  • Ferrule: Buffalo Horn
  • Weight: 3.1oz / 88g
  • Length Edge: 124mm
  • Length Overall: 251mm
  • Height: 39mm
  • Spine Thickness: 2mm||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|hakobl1sa||item-1||solidtemplate||wahasa||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/hatsukokoro-kokugei-blue-1-santoku-53.png||||||Hatsukokoro Blue #1 Kokugei Santoku 180mm||HLB-S165||resources > santokuknives > wahasa > ||Knife Types > Santokus > Wa Handled Santokus > ||90.000||90.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Hatsukokoro Kokugei Blue #1 Petty 120mm

  • Maker: Hatsukokoro
  • Line: Kokugei
  • Construction: San Mai, Hammer Forged
  • Location: Tosa Japan
  • Edge Steel: Blue #1 Carbon Steel
  • HRC: 62-63
  • Edge Grind: Even
  • Cladding: Iron
  • Handle: Wenge Octagonal
  • Ferrule: Buffalo Horn
  • Weight: 5oz
  • Length Edge: 168mm
  • Length Overall: 310mm
  • Height: 44.5mm
  • Spine Thickness: 3mm||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|hakobl1sa18c||item-1||solidtemplate||hakobl2||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/hatsukokoro-komorebi-blue-1-santoku-185mm-custom-155.png||||||Hatsukokoro Blue #1 Komorebi Damacus Santoku 185mm Custom||C67||specials > forknco > hatsukokoro > hakobl2 > ||Resources > For Knife Collectors > Hatsukokoro Knives > Hatsukokoro Blue #1 and Blue #2 Komorebi > ||425.000||425.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Discover the beauty and performance of Hatsukokoro's Komorebi Blue #1 Santoku 185mm custom knife. Named after the Japanese word for "sunlight through trees," this knife is finished with natural stones to reveal a stunning Damascus pattern. The Blue #1 edge steel is rated at HRC 62+- for exceptional durability and sharpness, and the even grinds make it suitable for both right- and left-handed users. Handcrafted in Tosa, Japan, this knife features a San Mai construction with a soft iron cladding, a custom octagonal Buckeye Burl handle, and a blackwood ferrule. With a blade length of 187mm, an overall length of 338mm, and a weight of 6.4 oz/ 182g, this knife is both beautiful and functional. The spine thickness at the heel is 3.3mm and the blade height at the heel is 50mm, making it a versatile kitchen tool. Get ready to experience the beauty and performance of Hatsukokoro's Komorebi Blue #1 Santoku 185mm custom knife.

  • Brand: Hatsukokoro
  • Location: Tosa, Japan
  • Construction: San Mai, Hammer Forged
  • Edge Steel: Blue #1
  • Cladding: Soft Iron
  • Finish: Damascus
  • HRC: 62+-
  • Edge Grind: Even
  • Handle: Custom Octagonal Buckeye Burl
  • Ferrule: Blackwood
  • Weight: 6.4 oz/ 182g
  • Blade Length: 187mm
  • Overall Length: 338mm
  • Spine Thickness at Heel: 3.3mm
  • Blade Height at Heel: 50mm||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|hatsukokoro6||item-1||solidtemplate||wahasa||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/hatsukokoro-komorebi-blue-2-gyuto-210mm-custom-428.png||||||Hatsukokoro Blue #1 Komorebi Damascus Santoku 185mm||HB1-S180||resources > santokuknives > wahasa > ||Knife Types > Santokus > Wa Handled Santokus > ||385.000||385.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Hatsukokoro Komorebi Blue #1 Damascus Santoku 185mm. Komorebi means sunlight through trees, and they achieve this beautiful finish by finishing the blades with natural stones. The edge steel on these is made with Blue #1 steel with a hardness rating of HRC 62+-. Even grinds on these double bevel knives make them great for both right- and left-handed users.

  • Brand: Hatsukokoro
  • Location: Tosa, Japan
  • Construction: San Mai, Hammer Forged
  • Edge Steel: Blue #1
  • Cladding: Soft Iron
  • Finish: Damascus, Natural Stone Finish
  • HRC: 62+-
  • Edge Grind: Even
  • Handle: Octagonal Ebony
  • Ferrule: Buffalo Horn
  • Weight: 6.4 oz/ 182g
  • Blade Length: 187mm
  • Overall Length: 338mm
  • Spine Thickness at Heel: 3.3mm
  • Blade Height at Heel: 50mm

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|hakobl1dasa1||item-1||solidtemplate||wahasa||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/hatsukokoro-komorebi-blue-1-damascus-santoku-185mm-347.png||||||Hatsukokoro Blue #1 Komorebi Damascus Santoku 185mm||C-61||resources > santokuknives > wahasa > ||Knife Types > Santokus > Wa Handled Santokus > ||425.000||425.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Hatsukokoro Komorebi Blue #1 Santoku 185mm custom. Komorebi means sunlight through trees, and they achieve this beautiful finish by finishing the blades with natural stones. The edge steel on these is made with Blue #1 steel with a hardness rating of HRC 62+-. Even grinds on these double-bevel knives make them great for both right- and left-handed users.

  • Brand: Hatsukokoro
  • Location: Tosa, Japan
  • Construction: San Mai, Hammer Forged
  • Edge Steel: Blue #1
  • Cladding: Soft Iron
  • Finish: Damascus
  • HRC: 62+-
  • Edge Grind: Even
  • Handle: Custom Octagonal Buckeye Burl
  • Ferrule: Blackwood
  • Weight: 6.4 oz/ 182g
  • Blade Length: 187mm
  • Overall Length: 338mm
  • Spine Thickness at Heel: 3.3mm
  • Blade Height at Heel: 50mm||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|hayobl1||item.||solidtemplate||blue1steel||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/hatsukokoro-yoake-blue-1-50.png||||||Hatsukokoro Blue #1 Yoake ||||shopbysteel > blue1steel > ||Shop by Steel > Blue #1 Steel > ||||||||||||||||0||1||0||0||||hayogy21sa hayobl1gy24 ||||Hatsukokoro Yoake features a nice workhorse beefy feel toward the spine and beautiful thin grinds at the edge with a wide primary bevel for optimal cutting and top-quality Aogami #1 carbon steel. The name Yoake means dawn. Cladding is soft iron in the Sakai tradition and the knife blades are finished with kurouchi on the top and hand-sharpened using natural stones on the bottom. If you like tall knives you will love these!||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|hayogy21sa||item-1||solidtemplate||21wahagy||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/hatsukokoro-yoake-gyuto-210mm-sample-87.png||||||Hatsukokoro Blue #1 Yoake Gyuto 210mm||HAYO-G210||resources > gyutos > gyutos210mm > 21wahagy > ||Knife Types > Gyutos > Gyutos 210mm > 210mm Wa Handled Gyutos > ||338.000||338.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Introducing Hatsukokoro Yoake--the perfect combination of power and precision. This knife boasts a sturdy feel along the spine and thin, sharp grinds at the edge, thanks to its wide primary bevel and top-notch Aogami #1 carbon steel.

    The name "Yoake" means dawn, and the soft iron cladding in the Sakai tradition gives the blade a beautiful touch. With kurouchi finish on the top and hand-sharpened using natural stones on the bottom, these tall knives are sure to impress. Upgrade your cutting experience with Hatsukokoro Yoake.

    Please note that due to the thickness of the spine, our sayas do not fit this knife--we recommend the 8" felt blade guard instead.

  • Steel Type: Aogami 1
  • Handle: Octagonal
  • Material: Wenge / Buffalo Horn
  • Weight: 8.4 oz (240 g)
  • Blade Length: 218 mm
  • Total Length: 369 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 6.5 mm
  • Blade Height: 54 mm
  • HRC: 62
  • Edge Grind: Even||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|hayobl1gy24||item-1||solidtemplate||waha24gy||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/hatsukokoro-yoake-blue-1-gyuto-240mm-162.png||||||Hatsukokoro Blue #1 Yoake Gyuto 240mm||HAYO-G240||resources > gyutos > gyutos240mm > waha24gy > ||Knife Types > Gyutos > Gyutos 240mm > Wa Gyutos 240mm > ||400.000||400.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Introducing Hatsukokoro Yoake--the perfect combination of power and precision. This knife boasts a sturdy feel along the spine and thin, sharp grinds at the edge, thanks to its wide primary bevel and top-notch Aogami #1 carbon steel.

    The name "Yoake" means dawn, and the soft iron cladding in the Sakai tradition gives the blade a beautiful touch. With kurouchi finish on the top and hand-sharpened using natural stones on the bottom, these tall knives are sure to impress. Upgrade your cutting experience with Hatsukokoro Yoake.

    Please note that due to the thickness of the spine, our sayas do not fit this knife--we recommend the 10" felt blade guard instead.

  • Steel Type: Aogami 1
  • Handle: Octagonal
  • Material: Wenge / Buffalo Horn
  • Weight: 9.9 oz (282 g)
  • Blade Length: 249 mm
  • Total Length: 407 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 6.5 mm
  • Blade Height: 55 mm
  • HRC: 62
  • Edge Grind: Even||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|hakobl2gy21||item-1||solidtemplate||hakobl2||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/hatsukokoro-komorebi-blue-2-gyuto-210mm-220.png||||||Hatsukokoro Blue #2 Komorebi Gyuto 210mm||HKOMO-G210||specials > forknco > hatsukokoro > hakobl2 > ||Resources > For Knife Collectors > Hatsukokoro Knives > Hatsukokoro Blue #1 and Blue #2 Komorebi > ||360.000||360.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Hatsukokoro Komorebi Blue #2 Gyuto 210mm. Komorebi means sunlight through trees, and they achieve this beautiful finish by finishing the blades with natural stones. The edge steel on these is made with Blue #2 steel with a hardness rating of HRC 62+-. Even grinds on these double bevel knives make them great for both right- and left-handed users.

  • Brand: Hatsukokoro
  • Location: Tosa, Japan
  • Construction: San Mai, Hammer Forged
  • Edge Steel: Blue #2
  • Cladding: Soft Iron
  • Finish: Kasumi, Natural Stone Finish
  • HRC: 62+-
  • Edge Grind: Even
  • Handle: Octagonal Wenge
  • Ferrule: Buffalo Horn
  • Weight: 7.3 oz (208g)
  • Blade Length: 220mm
  • Overall Length: 375mm
  • Spine Thickness at Heel: 3.7mm
  • Blade Height at Heel: 51.5mm

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|hakubl2gy24||item-1||solidtemplate||hakobl2||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/hatsukokoro-kumokage-blue-2-gyuto-240mm-524.png||||||Hatsukokoro Blue #2 Komorebi Gyuto 240mm||HKOMO-G240||specials > forknco > hatsukokoro > hakobl2 > ||Resources > For Knife Collectors > Hatsukokoro Knives > Hatsukokoro Blue #1 and Blue #2 Komorebi > ||450.000||450.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Hatsukokoro Komorebi Blue #2 Gyuto 240mm. Komorebi means sunlight through trees and they achieve this beautiful finish by finishing the blades with natural stones. The edge steel on these are made with Blue #2 steel with a hardness rating of HRC 62+-. Even grinds on these double bevel knives make them great for both right- and left-handed users.

  • Brand: Hatsukokoro
  • Location: Tosa, Japan
  • Construction: San Mai, Hammer Forged
  • Edge Steel: Blue #2
  • Cladding: Soft Iron
  • Finish: Kasumi, Natural Stone Finish
  • HRC: 62+-
  • Edge Grind: Even
  • Handle: Octagonal Ebony
  • Ferrule: Buffalo Horn
  • Weight: 8.3 oz (236 g)
  • Blade Length: 250 mm
  • Overall Length: 413 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Heel: 3.1 mm
  • Blade Height at Heel: 55 mm||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|hatsukokoro4||item-1||solidtemplate||hakobl2||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/hatsukokoro-komorebi-blue-2-gyuto-210mm-custom-425.png||||||Hatsukokoro Blue #2 Komorebi Kiritsuke 210mm||HKOMO-K210||specials > forknco > hatsukokoro > hakobl2 > ||Resources > For Knife Collectors > Hatsukokoro Knives > Hatsukokoro Blue #1 and Blue #2 Komorebi > ||360.000||360.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Hatsukokoro Komorebi Blue #2 Kiritsuke 210mm. Komorebi means sunlight through trees, and they achieve this beautiful finish by finishing the blades with natural stones. The edge steel on these is made with Blue #2 steel with a hardness rating of HRC 62+-. Even grinds on these double bevel knives make them great for both right- and left-handed users.

  • Brand: Hatsukokoro
  • Location: Tosa, Japan
  • Construction: San Mai, Hammer Forged
  • Edge Steel: Blue #2
  • Cladding: Soft Iron
  • Finish: Kasumi, Natural Stone Finish
  • HRC: 62+-
  • Edge Grind: Even
  • Handle: Ebony Octagonal
  • Ferrule: Blonde Buffalo Horn
  • Weight: 7.2 oz (204 g)
  • Blade Length: 220 mm
  • Total Length: 374 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Heel: 3.5 mm
  • Blade Height at Heel: 50 mm
  • Photos by Gustavo Bermudez||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|hakobl2ki21||item-1||solidtemplate||kiupto21||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/hatsukokoro-komorebi-blue-2-kiritsuke-210mm-321.png||||||Hatsukokoro Blue #2 Komorebi Kiritsuke 210mm||C-97||resources > kiritsukeknife > kiupto21 > ||Knife Types > Kiritsukes > Kiritsukes Up To 210mm > ||399.950||399.950 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Hatsukokoro Komorebi Blue #2 Kiritsuke 210mm. Komorebi means sunlight through trees, and they achieve this beautiful finish by finishing the blades with natural stones. The edge steel on these is made with Blue #2 steel with a hardness rating of HRC 62+-. Even grinds on these double-bevel knives make them great for right- and left-handed users.

  • Brand: Hatsukokoro
  • Location: Tosa, Japan
  • Construction: San Mai, Hammer Forged
  • Edge Steel: Blue #2
  • Cladding: Soft Iron
  • Finish: Kasumi, Natural Stone Finish
  • HRC: 62+-
  • Edge Grind: Even
  • Handle: Custom Stabilized, Dyed Birch
  • Ferrule: Blackwood
  • Weight: 7.2 oz (204 g)
  • Blade Length: 220 mm
  • Total Length: 374 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Heel: 3.5 mm
  • Blade Height at Heel: 50 mm||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|hatsukokoro2||item.||solidtemplate||hatsukokoro||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/hatsukokoro-kumokage-blue-2-95.png||||||Hatsukokoro Blue #2 Kumokage ||||specials > forknco > hatsukokoro > ||Resources > For Knife Collectors > Hatsukokoro Knives > ||||||||||||||||0||1||0||0||||hakubl2pe15 hakubl2na16 hatsukoro1 hakubl2sa18 hatsukoro hatsukokoro1 hakubl2gy24c3 ||||Hatsukokoro's Kumokage ("cloud shadow") kitchen knives are manufactured by Tosa craftsmen using Blue #2 steel with a hardness rating of HRC 62+-. They feature a rustic kurouchi finish and Damascus cladding on the blade road with nice wenge and buffalo horn octagonal handles. Even grinds on these double bevel knives make them great for both right- and left-handed users.||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|hatsukoro1||item-1||solidtemplate||buknupto17an||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/hatsukokoro-kumokage-blue-2-bunka-180mm-244.png||||||Hatsukokoro Blue #2 Kumokage Bunka 180mm||HKB2-B180||resources > bannobunkas > buknupto17an > ||Knife Types > Bunka Knives > Bunka Knives 170mm and Longer > ||150.000||150.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Hatsukokoro Kumokage Blue #2 Bunka 180mm. Hatsukokoro's Kumokage ("cloud shadow") kitchen knives are manufactured by Tosa craftsmen using Blue #2 steel with a hardness rating of HRC 62+-. They feature a rustic kurouchi finish and Damascus cladding on the blade road with nice wenge and buffalo horn octagonal handles. Even grinds on these double bevel knives make them great for both right- and left-handed users.

  • Brand: Hatsukokoro
  • Location: Tosa, Japan
  • Construction: San Mai, Hammer Forged
  • Edge Steel: Blue #2
  • Cladding: Soft Iron
  • Finish: Kurouchi and Damascus
  • HRC: 62+-
  • Edge Grind: Even
  • Engraving: Stamped
  • Handle: Octagonal Wenge
  • Ferrule: Buffalo Horn
  • Weight: 5.4 oz (155g)
  • Blade Length: 182mm
  • Total Length: 323mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 3.5mm
  • Blade Height at Base: 45.9mm
  • Photos by Gustavo Bermudez

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|hatsukoro||item-1||solidtemplate||hatsukokoro2||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/hatsukokoro-kumokage-blue-2-gyuto-210mm-224.png||||||Hatsukokoro Blue #2 Kumokage Gyuto 210mm||HKB2-G210||specials > forknco > hatsukokoro > hatsukokoro2 > ||Resources > For Knife Collectors > Hatsukokoro Knives > Hatsukokoro Blue #2 Kumokage > ||180.000||180.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Hatsukokoro Kumokage Blue #2 Gyuto 210mm. Hatsukokoro's Kumokage ("cloud shadow") kitchen knives are manufactured by Tosa craftsmen using Blue #2 steel with a hardness rating of HRC 62+-. They feature a rustic kurouchi finish and Damascus cladding on the blade road with nice wenge and buffalo horn octagonal handles. Even grinds on these double bevel knives make them great for both right- and left-handed users.

  • Brand: Hatsukokoro
  • Location: Tosa, Japan
  • Construction: San Mai, Hammer Forged
  • Edge Steel: Blue #2
  • Cladding: Soft Iron
  • Finish: Kurouchi and Damascus
  • HRC: 62+-
  • Edge Grind: Even
  • Engraving: Stamped
  • Handle: Octagonal Wenge
  • Ferrule: Buffalo Horn
  • Weight: 6.2 oz (175g)
  • Blade Length: 210mm
  • Total Length: 356mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 3.4mm
  • Blade Height at Base: 48.1mm

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|hatsukokoro1||item-1||solidtemplate||hatsukokoro2||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/hatsukokoro-kumokage-blue-2-gyuto-240mm-527.png||||||Hatsukokoro Blue #2 Kumokage Gyuto 240mm||HKB2-G240||specials > forknco > hatsukokoro > hatsukokoro2 > ||Resources > For Knife Collectors > Hatsukokoro Knives > Hatsukokoro Blue #2 Kumokage > ||200.000||200.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Hatsukokoro Kumokage Blue #2 Gyuto 240mm. Hatsukokoro's Kumokage ("cloud shadow") kitchen knives are manufactured by Tosa craftsmen using Blue #2 steel with a hardness rating of HRC 62+-. They feature a rustic kurouchi finish and Damascus cladding on the blade road with nice wenge and buffalo horn octagonal handles. Even grinds on these double bevel knives make them great for both right- and left-handed users.

  • Brand: Hatsukokoro
  • Location: Tosa, Japan
  • Construction: San Mai, Hammer Forged
  • Edge Steel: Blue #2
  • Cladding: Soft Iron
  • Finish: Kurouchi and Damascus
  • HRC: 62+-
  • Edge Grind: Even
  • Engraving: Stamped
  • Handle: Octagonal Wenge
  • Ferrule: Buffalo Horn
  • Weight: 7.3 oz (206 g)
  • Edge Length: 242 mm
  • Total Length: 393 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 3.4 mm
  • Blade Height at Base: 49.0 mm

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|hakubl2na16||item-1||solidtemplate||wahana||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/hatsukokoro-kumokage-blue-2-nakiri-165mm-169.png||||||Hatsukokoro Blue #2 Kumokage Nakiri 165mm||HKB2-N165||resources > nakiri-knives > wahana > ||Knife Types > Nakiris > Wa Handled Nakiris > ||150.000||150.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Hatsukokoro Kumokage Blue #2 Nakiri 165mm. Hatsukokoro's Kumokage ("cloud shadow") kitchen knives are manufactured by Tosa craftsmen using Blue #2 steel with a hardness rating of HRC 62+-. They feature a rustic kurouchi finish and Damascus cladding on the blade road with nice wenge and buffalo horn octagonal handles. Even grinds on these double bevel knives make them great for both right- and left-handed users.

  • Brand: Hatsukokoro
  • Location: Tosa, Japan
  • Construction: San Mai, Hammer Forged
  • Edge Steel: Blue #2
  • Cladding: Soft Iron
  • Finish: Kurouchi and Damascus
  • HRC: 62+-
  • Edge Grind: Even
  • Engraving: Stamped
  • Handle: Octagonal Wenge
  • Ferrule: Buffalo Horn
  • Weight: 7.3 oz (206g)
  • Blade Length: 168mm
  • Total Length: 318mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 3.3mm
  • Blade Height at Base: 50mm||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|hakubl2pe15||item-1||solidtemplate||75pekn||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/hatsukokoro-kumokage-blue-2-petty-150mm-163.png||||||Hatsukokoro Blue #2 Kumokage Petty 80mm||HKB2-P80||resources > petty-knives > 75pekn > ||Knife Types > Petty Knives > 75mm-115mm Petty Knives > ||120.000||120.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Hatsukokoro Kumokage Blue #2 tall Petty. Hatsukokoro's Kumokage ("cloud shadow") kitchen knives are manufactured by Tosa craftsmen using Blue #2 steel with a hardness rating of HRC 62+-. They feature a rustic kurouchi finish and Damascus cladding on the blade road with nice wenge and buffalo horn octagonal handles. Even grinds on these double bevel knives make them great for both right- and left-handed users.

  • Brand: Hatsukokoro
  • Location: Tosa, Japan
  • Construction: San Mai, Hammer Forged
  • Edge Steel: Blue #2
  • Cladding: Soft Iron
  • Finish: Kurouchi and Damascus
  • HRC: 62+-
  • Edge Grind: Even
  • Engraving: Stamped
  • Handle: Octagonal Wenge
  • Ferrule: Buffalo Horn
  • Weight: 2oz (56g)
  • Blade Length: 85mm
  • Total Length: 215mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 2.5mm
  • Blade Height at Base: 30mm||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|hakubl2sa18||item-1||solidtemplate||hatsukokoro2||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/hatsukokoro-kumokage-blue-2-santoku-180mm-172.png||||||Hatsukokoro Blue #2 Kumokage Santoku 180mm||HKB2-S180||specials > forknco > hatsukokoro > hatsukokoro2 > ||Resources > For Knife Collectors > Hatsukokoro Knives > Hatsukokoro Blue #2 Kumokage > ||150.000||150.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Hatsukokoro Kumokage Blue #2 Santoku 180mm. Hatsukokoro's Kumokage ("cloud shadow") kitchen knives are manufactured by Tosa craftsmen using Blue #2 steel with a hardness rating of HRC 62+-. They feature a rustic kurouchi finish and Damascus cladding on the blade road with nice wenge and buffalo horn octagonal handles. Even grinds on these double bevel knives make them great for both right- and left-handed users.

  • Brand: Hatsukokoro
  • Location: Tosa, Japan
  • Construction: San Mai, Hammer Forged
  • Edge Steel: Blue #2
  • Cladding: Soft Iron
  • Finish: Kurouchi and Damascus
  • HRC: 62+-
  • Edge Grind: Even
  • Engraving: Stamped
  • Handle: Octagonal Wenge
  • Ferrule: Buffalo Horn
  • Weight: 5.8 oz (160g)
  • Blade Length: 183mm
  • Total Length: 324mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 3.7mm
  • Blade Height at Base: 48.3mm||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|hakubl2gy24c3||item-1||solidtemplate||sujihiki240mm||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/hatsukokoro-kumokage-blue-2-gyuto-240mm-custom-381.png||||||Hatsukokoro Blue #2 Kumokage Sujihiki 250mm ||HKB2-S250||resources > sujihikis > sujihiki240mm > ||Knife Types > Sujihikis > Sujihiki 180mm-260mm > ||200.000||200.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Hatsukokoro Kumokage Blue #2 Sujihiki 250mm. Hatsukokoro's Kumokage ("cloud shadow") kitchen knives are manufactured by Tosa craftsmen using Blue #2 steel with a hardness rating of HRC 62+-. They feature a rustic kurouchi finish and Damascus cladding on the blade road with nice wenge and buffalo horn octagonal handles. Even grinds on these double-bevel knives make them great for both right- and left-handed users.

  • Brand: Hatsukokoro
  • Location: Tosa, Japan
  • Construction: San Mai, Hammer Forged
  • Edge Steel: Blue #2
  • Cladding: Soft Iron
  • Finish: Kurouchi and Damascus
  • HRC: 62+-
  • Edge Grind: Even
  • Engraving: Stamped
  • Handle: Wenge Octagonal
  • Ferrule: Buffalo Horn
  • Weight: 8.8 oz/ 250g
  • Blade Length: 252mm
  • Overall Length: 405mm
  • Spine Thickness at Heel: 3.4mm
  • Blade Height at Heel: 38mm||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|habl2rada||item.||solidtemplate||hatsukokoro||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/hatsukokoro-blue-2-rainbow-damascus-22.png||||||Hatsukokoro Blue #2 Rainbow Damascus||||specials > forknco > hatsukokoro > ||Resources > For Knife Collectors > Hatsukokoro Knives > ||||||||||||||||0||1||0||0||||habl2rape15 habl2rasa18 habl2ragy21 ||||Hatsukokoro Blue #2 Rainbow Damascus are made in Seki and have a gorgeous finish on the blades.||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|habl2ragy21||item-1||solidtemplate||21wahagy||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/hatsukokoro-blue-2-rainbow-gyuto-210mm-61.png||||||Hatsukokoro Blue #2 Rainbow Gyuto 210mm||HRB-G210||resources > gyutos > gyutos210mm > 21wahagy > ||Knife Types > Gyutos > Gyutos 210mm > 210mm Wa Handled Gyutos > ||236.000||236.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Hatsukokoro Blue #2 Rainbow Gyuto 210mm. The knife is gorgeous in person and has a near-mirror finish on the rainbow damascus blade. The knife is finished with a beautiful, solid ebony octagonal handle.

  • Maker: Hatsukokoro
  • Location: Seki Japan
  • Construction: San Mai
  • Edge Steel: Blue #2 Carbon Steel
  • HRC: 62+-
  • Cladding: Stainless Rainbow Damascus
  • Edge Grind: Even 50/50
  • Handle: Ebony Octagonal
  • Weight: 5.9 oz (168 g)
  • Edge Length: 214 mm
  • Total Length: 358 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 2.6 mm
  • Blade Height at Base: 46.0 mm||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|habl2rape15||item-1||solidtemplate||150mmpettys||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/hatsukokoro-blue-2-rainbow-petty-150mm-64.png||||||Hatsukokoro Blue #2 Rainbow Petty 150mm||HRB-P150||resources > petty-knives > 150mmpettys > ||Knife Types > Petty Knives > 150-165mm Pettys > ||169.000||169.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Hatsukokoro Blue #2 Rainbow Petty 150mm. The knife is gorgeous in person and has a near-mirror finish on the rainbow damascus blade. The knife is finished with a beautiful, solid ebony octagonal handle.

  • Maker: Hatsukokoro
  • Location: Seki Japan
  • Construction: San Mai
  • Edge Steel: Blue #2 Carbon Steel
  • HRC: 62+-
  • Cladding: Stainless Rainbow Damascus
  • Edge Grind: Even 50/50
  • Handle: Ebony Octagonal
  • Weight: 2.7 oz (78 g)
  • Edge Length: 150 mm
  • Total Length: 276 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 2.5 mm
  • Blade Height at Base: 29.8 mm||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|habl2rasa18||item-1||solidtemplate||wahasa||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/hatsukokoro-blue-2-rainbow-santoku-185mm-61.png||||||Hatsukokoro Blue #2 Rainbow Santoku 185mm||HRB-S185||resources > santokuknives > wahasa > ||Knife Types > Santokus > Wa Handled Santokus > ||208.000||208.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Hatsukokoro Blue #2 Rainbow Santoku 185mm. The knife is gorgeous in person and has a near-mirror finish on the rainbow damascus blade. The knife is finished with a beautiful, solid ebony octagonal handle.

  • Maker: Hatsukokoro
  • Location: Seki Japan
  • Construction: San Mai
  • Edge Steel: Blue #2 Carbon Steel
  • HRC: 62+-
  • Cladding: Stainless Rainbow Damascus
  • Edge Grind: Even 50/50
  • Handle: Ebony Octagonal
  • Weight: 5.5 oz (156 g)
  • Edge Length: 184 mm
  • Total Length: 321 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 2.7 mm
  • Blade Height at Base: 48.1 mm||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|hasibebl2de1||item-1||solidtemplate||dekn10||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/hatsukokoro-single-bevel-blue-2-deba-165mm-175.png||||||Hatsukokoro Blue #2 Single Bevel Deba 165mm||HSB2-D165||resources > deba-knives > dekn10 > ||Knife Types > Deba Knives > Deba Knives 105-170mm > ||240.000||240.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Hatsukokoro's Shirasagi ("egret") Single Bevel knives are produced by Myojin Riki Seisakusho in Tosa using Blue #2 steel.

    The Hatsukokoro Blue #2 Deba 165mm is a single-bevel knife that is meant for right-handed users only. This is a great deal on a hard-to-find item that is made by a small blacksmith shop. It comes with a nice kasumi (polished) finish. The steel is Blue #2, which is an excellent quality carbon steel that needs to be wiped dry after hand washing to avoid rust. Once a patina forms, it will turn black and will become less reactive.

  • Brand: Hatsukokoro
  • Location: Tosa, Japan
  • Steel: Aogami #2 (Blue #2)
  • Cladding: Iron
  • Finish: Kasumi
  • Edge Grind: Single-Bevel, Right-Handed, Traditional
  • Engraving: Laser
  • Handle: Wenge Octagonal
  • Ferrule: Buffalo Horn
  • Weight: 11.7 oz/ 332g
  • Blade Length: 173 mm
  • Overall Length: 320 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Heel: 7.3 mm
  • Blade Height at Heel: 50.6 mm||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|hahagy21||item-1||solidtemplate||21wahagy||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/hatsukokoro-hap40-gyuto-210mm-13.png||||||Hatsukokoro HAP40 Gyuto 210mm||FHP-G210||resources > gyutos > gyutos210mm > 21wahagy > ||Knife Types > Gyutos > Gyutos 210mm > 210mm Wa Handled Gyutos > ||150.000||150.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Introducing the Hatsukokoro HAP40 Gyuto 210mm. Years ago we nicknamed HAP40 Voodoo Steel because it holds an edge far longer than most other steels. Renowned for its exceptional edge formation, sharpenability, and durability, this steel is a top choice for kitchen knives. The blade is expertly ground thin to enhance performance without compromising strength, ensuring precision and resilience.

    Each knife has a one-piece octagonal ebony handle, offering a perfect blend of elegance and functionality.

  • Brand: Hatsukokoro
  • Location: Tosa, Japan
  • Construction: San Mai
  • Edge Steel: HAP40 Semi Stainless Steel
  • Cladding: Stainless Steel
  • Finish: Kasumi
  • HRC: 65-66
  • Edge Grind: Even
  • Handle: Octagonal Ebony
  • Weight: 5.4oz (154g)
  • Blade Length: 213mm
  • Overall Length: 356mm
  • Spine Thickness at Heel: 2.2mm
  • Blade Height at Heel: 46.5mm||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|hahalada||item.||solidtemplate||hap40steel||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/hatsukokoro-hap40-ladderback-damascus-65.png||||||Hatsukokoro HAP40 Ladderback Damascus||||shopbysteel > hap40steel > ||Shop by Steel > HAP40 Steel > ||||||||||||||||0||1||0||0||||hahaladape15 hahaladana16 hahaladasa18 hahaladagy21 hahaladagy24 ||||Hatsukokoro HAP40 Ladderback Damascus||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|hahaladagy21||item-1||solidtemplate||21wehagy||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/hatsukokoro-hap40-ladderback-damascus-gyuto-210mm-228.png||||||Hatsukokoro HAP40 Ladderback Damascus Gyuto 210mm||HHAP-G210||resources > gyutos > gyutos210mm > 21wehagy > ||Knife Types > Gyutos > Gyutos 210mm > 210mm Western Handled Gyutos > ||360.000||360.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||The Hatsukokoro HAP40 Ladderback Damascus Gyuto features an eye-catching stainless ladderback Damascus cladding, adding a touch of elegance and sophistication to your kitchen arsenal. Each knife is a unique work of art, with its own distinct pattern, making it a true collector's item. The even-edge grind guarantees uniform cutting performance, enabling you to achieve precise and consistent slices every time.

  • Brand: Hatsukokoro
  • Location: Seki, Japan
  • Construction: San Mai
  • Edge Steel: HAP40
  • HRC: 65-66
  • Cladding: Stainless Ladderback Damascus
  • Edge Grind: Even
  • Handle: Yo (Western)
  • Scales: Black Pakka Wood
  • Engraving: Etched
  • Weight: 6.9 oz (196 g)
  • Blade Length: 203 mm
  • Total Length: 337 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 2.2 mm
  • Blade Height: 45.2 mm

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|hahaladagy24||item-1||solidtemplate||weha24gy||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/hatsukokoro-hap40-ladderback-damascus-gyuto-240mm-177.png||||||Hatsukokoro HAP40 Ladderback Damascus Gyuto 240mm||HHAP-G240||resources > gyutos > gyutos240mm > weha24gy > ||Knife Types > Gyutos > Gyutos 240mm > Western 240mm Gyutos > ||395.000||395.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Are you ready to take your culinary skills to the next level? Look no further than the exquisite Hatsukokoro Japanese Gyuto Kitchen Knife, crafted with precision and expertise in Seki, Japan. This kitchen knife is the epitome of excellence, combining traditional craftsmanship with cutting-edge technology to deliver a truly remarkable culinary experience.

    Constructed using the time-honored San Mai technique, this knife showcases the artistry of Japanese blade-making. The blade's core is forged from high-performance HAP40 steel, renowned for its exceptional hardness and razor-sharp edge retention. With an impressive HRC rating of 65-66, this knife ensures uncompromising durability and long-lasting sharpness, allowing you to effortlessly glide through any ingredient with unparalleled precision.

  • Brand: Hatsukokoro
  • Location: Seki, Japan
  • Construction: San Mai
  • Edge Steel: HAP40
  • HRC: 65-66
  • Cladding: Stainless Ladderback Damascus
  • Edge Grind: Even
  • Handle: Yo (Western)
  • Scales: Black Pakka Wood
  • Engraving: Etched
  • Weight: 7.6 oz (216 g)
  • Blade Length: 227 mm
  • Total Length: 364 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 2.2 mm
  • Blade Height: 50.1 mm||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|hahaladana16||item-1||solidtemplate||wehana||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/hatsukokoro-hap40-ladderback-damascus-nakiri-165mm-220.png||||||Hatsukokoro HAP40 Ladderback Damascus Nakiri 165mm||HHAP-N165||resources > nakiri-knives > wehana > ||Knife Types > Nakiris > Western Handled Nakiris > ||340.000||340.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Discover the exceptional craftsmanship of the Hatsukokoro knife, a culinary masterpiece from the renowned Seki, Japan. This knife boasts a San Mai construction, a traditional technique that enhances both durability and cutting precision. At its core lies the HAP40 steel, known for its remarkable hardness, scoring 65-66 on the Rockwell Hardness Scale (HRC). This ensures a long-lasting, sharp edge for all your cutting needs.

    Wrapped around this robust core is a stunning Stainless Ladderback Damascus cladding, a testament to the knife's exquisite design and functionality. The blade's edge grind is meticulously even, allowing for precise and effortless slicing.

    The Hatsukokoro knife features a Yo-style (Western) handle, offering a comfortable and secure grip. It's crafted from black Pakka wood, known for its durability and moisture resistance, making it perfect for kitchen use. The handle's design is ergonomic and aesthetically pleasing, complementing the knife's overall elegance.

  • Brand: Hatsukokoro
  • Location: Seki, Japan
  • Construction: San Mai
  • Edge Steel: HAP40
  • HRC: 65-66
  • Cladding: Stainless Ladderback Damascus
  • Edge Grind: Even
  • Handle: Yo (Western)
  • Scales: Black Pakka Wood
  • Engraving: Etched
  • Weight: 6.5 oz (186 g)
  • Blade Length: 152 mm
  • Total Length: 285 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 2.2 mm
  • Blade Height: 47.6 mm
  • Please note that the felt guard is a better fit than any of the nakiri sayas we carry||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|hahaladape15||item-1||solidtemplate||150mmpettys||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/hatsukokoro-hap40-ladderback-damascus-petty-150mm-171.png||||||Hatsukokoro HAP40 Ladderback Damascus Petty 150mm||HHAP-P150||resources > petty-knives > 150mmpettys > ||Knife Types > Petty Knives > 150-165mm Pettys > ||180.000||180.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||
  • Brand: Hatsukokoro
  • Location: Seki, Japan
  • Construction: San Mai
  • Edge Steel: HAP40
  • HRC: 65-66
  • Cladding: Stainless Ladderback Damascus
  • Edge Grind: Even
  • Handle: Yo (Western)
  • Scales: Black Pakka Wood
  • Engraving: Etched
  • Weight: 3.0 oz (88 g)
  • Blade Length: 142 mm
  • Total Length: 259 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 1.9 mm
  • Blade Height: 28.8 mm||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|hahaladasa18||item-1||solidtemplate||wehasa||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/hatsukokoro-hap40-ladderback-damascus-santoku-180mm-171.png||||||Hatsukokoro HAP40 Ladderback Damascus Santoku 180mm||HHAP-S180||resources > santokuknives > wehasa > ||Knife Types > Santokus > Western Handled Santokus > ||340.000||340.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||
  • Brand: Hatsukokoro
  • Location: Seki, Japan
  • Construction: San Mai
  • Edge Steel: HAP40
  • HRC: 65-66
  • Cladding: Stainless Ladderback Damascus
  • Edge Grind: Even
  • Handle: Yo (Western)
  • Scales: Black Pakka Wood
  • Engraving: Etched
  • Weight: 6.3 oz (178 g)
  • Blade Length: 172 mm
  • Total Length: 300 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 2.3 mm
  • Blade Height: 46.5 mm||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|haha||item.||solidtemplate||hatsukokoro||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/hatsukokoro-hap40-14.png||||||Hatsukokoro Hayabusa ATS34 ||||specials > forknco > hatsukokoro > ||Resources > For Knife Collectors > Hatsukokoro Knives > ||||||||||||||||0||1||0||0||||hahagy21 haatpe15 haatsa18 haatki21 ||||Hatsukokoro Hayabusa ATS34||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|havg5lape12||item.||solidtemplate||hatsukokoro||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/hatsukokoro-vg5-laser-petty-120mm-56.png||||||Hatsukokoro Hayabusa Ginsan||||specials > forknco > hatsukokoro > ||Resources > For Knife Collectors > Hatsukokoro Knives > ||||||||||||||||0||1||0||0||||havg5lape121 hahagibu18 hahagiststsa hahavg5gy21 hahagiki21 ||||The Hatsukokoro Hayabusa Ginsan steel knives are laser-thin and light.||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|hahagibu18||item-1||solidtemplate||buknupto17an||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/hatsukokoro-hayabusa-ginsan-bunka-180mm-155.png||||||Hatsukokoro Hayabusa Ginsan Bunka 180mm||HHG-B180||resources > bannobunkas > buknupto17an > ||Knife Types > Bunka Knives > Bunka Knives 170mm and Longer > ||139.950||139.950 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Hatsukokoro Hayabusa Ginsan Bunka 180mm features a migaki finish. If you want to experience a great Japanese cutting tool at a great price this is your knife.

  • Brand: Hatsukokoro
  • Location: Seki City, Japan
  • Construction: Roll Forged, San Mai
  • Edge Steel: Ginsan Stainless Steel
  • Cladding: Stainless
  • HRC: 60-61
  • Engraving: Etched
  • Weight: 4.3 oz (122 g)
  • Blade Length: 174 mm
  • Total Length: 312 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 2.0 mm
  • Blade Height: 48 mm
  • Handle: Wenge Octagonal
  • Ferrule: Black Buffalo Horn||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|hahavg5gy21||item-1||solidtemplate||21wahagy||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/hatsukokoro-vg5-hayabusa-gyuto-210mm-117.png||||||Hatsukokoro Hayabusa Ginsan Gyuto 210mm||HHG-G210||resources > gyutos > gyutos210mm > 21wahagy > ||Knife Types > Gyutos > Gyutos 210mm > 210mm Wa Handled Gyutos > ||149.950||149.950 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Hatsukokoro Hayabusa Ginsan Gyuto 210mm features a migaki finish. If you want to experience a great Japanese cutting tool at a great price this is your knife.

  • Brand: Hatsukokoro
  • Location: Seki City, Japan
  • Construction: Roll forged, San Mai
  • Edge Steel: Ginsan Stainless Steel
  • Cladding: Stainless
  • HRC: 60-61
  • Engraving: Etched
  • Weight: 4.4 oz (126 g)
  • Blade Length: 215 mm
  • Total Length: 358 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 1.9 mm
  • Blade Height: 47 mm
  • Handle: Wenge Octagonal
  • Ferrule: Black Buffalo Horn||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|hahagiki21||item-1||solidtemplate||kiupto21||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/hatsukokoro-hayabusa-ginsan-kiritsuke-210mm-175.png||||||Hatsukokoro Hayabusa Ginsan Kiritsuke 210mm||HHG-K210||resources > kiritsukeknife > kiupto21 > ||Knife Types > Kiritsukes > Kiritsukes Up To 210mm > ||149.950||149.950 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Hatsukokoro Hayabusa Ginsan Kiritsuke 210mm features a migaki finish. If you want to experience a great Japanese cutting tool at a great price this is your knife.

  • Brand: Hatsukokoro
  • Location: Seki City, Japan
  • Construction: Roll Forged, San Mai
  • Edge Steel: Ginsan Stainless Steel
  • Cladding: Stainless Steel
  • HRC: 60-61
  • Engraving: Etched
  • Weight: 4.8 oz (136 g)
  • Blade Length: 217 mm
  • Total Length: 357 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 1.9 mm
  • Blade Height: 47 mm
  • Handle: Wenge Octagonal
  • Ferrule: Black Buffalo Horn||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|havg5lape121||item-1||solidtemplate||150mmpettys||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/hatsukokoro-vg5-hayabusa-petty-120mm-94.png||||||Hatsukokoro Hayabusa Ginsan Petty 150mm||HHG-P150||resources > petty-knives > 150mmpettys > ||Knife Types > Petty Knives > 150-165mm Pettys > ||89.950||89.950 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Hatsukokoro Hayabusa Ginsan Petty 150mm features a migaki finish. If you want to experience a great Japanese cutting tool at a great price, this is your knife. It's laser thin and drops through food.

  • Brand: Hatsukokoro
  • Location: Seki City, Japan
  • Construction: Roll Forged, San Mai
  • Edge Steel: Ginsan Stainless Steel
  • Cladding: Stainless Steel
  • HRC: 60-61
  • Engraving: Etched
  • Weight: 2.5 oz (70 g)
  • Blade Length: 153 mm
  • Total Length: 276 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 1.9 mm
  • Blade Height: 30 mm
  • Handle: Wenge Octagonal
  • Ferrule: Black Buffalo Horn||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|hahagiststsa||item-1||solidtemplate||wahasa||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/hatsukokoro-hayabusa-ginsan-stainless-steel-santoku-180mm-51.png||||||Hatsukokoro Hayabusa Ginsan Santoku 180mm||HHG-S180||resources > santokuknives > wahasa > ||Knife Types > Santokus > Wa Handled Santokus > ||129.950||129.950 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Hatsukokoro Hayabusa Ginsan Stainless Steel Santoku 180mm features a migaki finish. If you want to experience a great Japanese cutting tool at a great price this is your knife.

  • Brand: Hatsukokoro
  • Location: Seki City, Japan
  • Construction: San Mai, Roll Forged
  • Edge Steel: Ginsan Stainless Steel
  • Cladding: Stainless
  • HRC: 61
  • Engraving: Etched
  • Weight: 4.3 oz (122 g)
  • Blade Length: 174 mm
  • Total Length: 313 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 2.0 mm
  • Blade Height: 48 mm
  • Handle: Wenge Octagonal
  • Ferrule: Black Buffalo Horn||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|hasg2gy21blh||item-1||solidtemplate||21wehagy||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/hatsukokoro-sg2-gyuto-210mm-blue-handle-58.png||||||Hatsukokoro Hayabusa SG2 Migaki Gyuto 210mm||HBWS-G210||resources > gyutos > gyutos210mm > 21wehagy > ||Knife Types > Gyutos > Gyutos 210mm > 210mm Western Handled Gyutos > ||210.000||210.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Hatsukokoro SG2 Hayabusa Migaki. These slick knives are made with top-of-the-line SG2 Powdered stainless steel and have excellent, long lasting sharpness. They also feature lovely figured western handles.

  • Brand: Hatsukokoro
  • Location: Sakai Japan
  • Construction: San Mai, Roll Forged
  • Edge Steel: SG2 Stainless Steel
  • Cladding: Stainless
  • Finish: Migaki
  • HRC: 62-63
  • Edge Grind: Even, 50/50
  • Handle: Western, Black Pakkawood Figured
  • Weight: 6.9 oz (196 g)
  • Edge Length: 207 mm
  • Total Length: 334 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 1.9 mm
  • Blade Height at Base: 45.9 mm||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|hasg2gy24blh||item-1||solidtemplate||weha24gy||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/hatsukokoro-sg2-hayabusa-migaki-gyuto-240mm-59.png||||||Hatsukokoro Hayabusa SG2 Migaki Gyuto 240mm||HBWS-G240||resources > gyutos > gyutos240mm > weha24gy > ||Knife Types > Gyutos > Gyutos 240mm > Western 240mm Gyutos > ||225.000||225.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Hatsukokoro SG2 Hayabusa Migaki. These slick knives are made with top-of-the-line SG2 Powdered stainless steel and have excellent, long lasting sharpness. They also feature lovely figured western handles.

  • Brand: Hatsukokoro
  • Location: Sakai Japan
  • Construction: San Mai, Roll Forged
  • Edge Steel: SG2 Stainless Steel
  • Cladding: Stainless
  • Finish: Migaki
  • HRC: 62-63
  • Edge Grind: Even, 50/50
  • Handle: Western, Black Pakkawood Figured
  • Weight: 7.5 oz (212 g)
  • Edge Length: 237 mm
  • Total Length: 362 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 2.1 mm
  • Blade Height at Base: 50.7 mm||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|hasg2pe12blh||item-1||solidtemplate||120mmpettys||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/hatsukokoro-sg2-hayabusa-migaki-petty-120mm-59.png||||||Hatsukokoro Hayabusa SG2 Migaki Petty 120mm||HBWS-P120||resources > petty-knives > 120mmpettys > ||Knife Types > Petty Knives > 120-140mm Pettys > ||155.000||155.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Hatsukokoro SG2 Hayabusa Migaki. These slick knives are made with top-of-the-line SG2 Powdered stainless steel and have excellent, long-lasting sharpness. They also feature lovely-figured western handles.

  • Brand: Hatsukokoro
  • Location: Sakai Japan
  • Construction: San Mai, Roll Forged
  • Edge Steel: SG2 Stainless Steel
  • Cladding: Stainless
  • Finish: Migaki
  • HRC: 62-63
  • Edge Grind: Even, 50/50
  • Handle: Western, Black Pakkawood Figured
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 1.9 mm
  • Blade Height at Base: 28 mm
  • Weight: 2.9 oz (84 g)
  • Edge Length: 120 mm
  • Total Length: 225 mm||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|hasg2pe15blh||item-1||solidtemplate||150mmpettys||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/hatsukokoro-sg2-hayabusa-migaki-petty-150mm-59.png||||||Hatsukokoro Hayabusa SG2 Migaki Petty 150mm||HBWS-P150||resources > petty-knives > 150mmpettys > ||Knife Types > Petty Knives > 150-165mm Pettys > ||165.000||165.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Hatsukokoro SG2 Hayabusa Migaki. These slick knives are made with top-of-the-line SG2 Powdered stainless steel and have excellent, long-lasting sharpness. They also feature lovely figured western handles.

  • Brand: Hatsukokoro
  • Location: Sakai Japan
  • Construction: San Mai, Roll Forged
  • Edge Steel: SG2 Stainless Steel
  • Cladding: Stainless
  • Finish: Migaki
  • HRC: 62-63
  • Edge Grind: Even, 50/50
  • Handle: Western, Black Pakkawood Figured
  • Weight: 3.2 oz (90 g)
  • Edge Length: 150 mm
  • Total Length: 260 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 2.0 mm
  • Blade Height at Base: 30.1 mm||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|hasg2sa18blh||item-1||solidtemplate||wehasa||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/hatsukokoro-sg2-hayabusa-migaki-santoku-180mm-59.png||||||Hatsukokoro Hayabusa SG2 Migaki Santoku 180mm||HBWS-S180||resources > santokuknives > wehasa > ||Knife Types > Santokus > Western Handled Santokus > ||199.000||199.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Hatsukokoro SG2 Hayabusa Migaki. These slick knives are made with top-of-the-line SG2 Powdered stainless steel and have excellent, long-lasting sharpness. They also feature lovely-figured western handles.

  • Brand: Hatsukokoro
  • Location: Sakai Japan
  • Construction: San Mai, Roll Forged
  • Edge Steel: SG2 Stainless Steel
  • Cladding: Stainless
  • Finish: Migaki
  • HRC: 62-63
  • Edge Grind: Even, 50/50
  • Handle: Western, Black Pakkawood Figured
  • Weight: 5.9 oz (166 g)
  • Edge Length: 178 mm
  • Total Length: 300 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 2 mm
  • Blade Height at Base: 47.3 mm||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|hasg2we||item.||solidtemplate||hatsukokoro||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/hatsukokoro-sg2-western-20.png||||||Hatsukokoro Hayabusa SG2 Western ||||specials > forknco > hatsukokoro > ||Resources > For Knife Collectors > Hatsukokoro Knives > ||||||||||||||||0||1||0||0||||hasg2pe12blh hasg2pe15blh hasg2sa18blh hasg2gy21blh hasg2gy24blh ||||Hatsukokoro SG2 Western offers top shelf SG2 powdered tool steel combined with some beautiful western handles at an affordable price.||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|haircopan||item-1||solidtemplate||pans||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/hatsukokoro-iron-cooking-pan-51.png||||||Hatsukokoro Iron Cooking Pan||C110||knife-accessories > pans > ||Accessories > Carbon Steel Pots & Pans > ||39.950||39.950 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Hatsukokoro Hammer Forged, Iron Cooking Pan. This was a sample sent to us, and we decided not to purchase them in quantity. It measures 8.75 inches in diameter on the lip and weighs 2lbs. Like all carbon steel, it needs to be oiled, seasoned, and dried after use to prevent rust.||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|hatsukokoro||item.||solidtemplate||forknco||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/hatsukokoro-54.png||||||Hatsukokoro Knives||||specials > forknco > ||Resources > For Knife Collectors > ||||||||||||||||0||1||0||0||||haasmi hainasdakuts haasda hakobl2 habl1 hayobl1 hatsukokoro2 habl2rada hagisitsda hahalada havg5lape12 hasg2we hasg2da hasibebl2 havgsu1 hatsukokoro3 hawh2 hasibewh2 haha ||||Hatsukokoro kitchen knives are manufactured in Tosa, Japan, using carbon steels like Blue #2 steel or White #2 and a variety of construction methods and finishes. These are high quality blades at good prices made by serious craftsmen under the Hatsukokoro brand name.||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|hasakusa18||item-1||solidtemplate||wahasa||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/hatsukokoro-saihyo-kurozome-santoku-180mm-61.png||||||Hatsukokoro Saihyo Kurozome Santoku 180mm||HSK-S180||resources > santokuknives > wahasa > ||Knife Types > Santokus > Wa Handled Santokus > ||265.000||265.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Hatsukokoro Saihyo ("diamond dust") SG2 Damascus Santoku 180mm. Hatsukokoro kitchen knives are manufactured in Echizen, Japan, by Yoshihiro Yauji, using SG2 powdered tool steel with a hardness rating of HRC 62-63+-. They have a gorgeous finish and Black Damascus cladding on the blade and are paired with lovely ebony octagonal handles. Even grinds on these double-bevel knives make them great for both right- and left-handed users.

    The word "Kurozome" (黒染め) in Japanese translates to "black dyeing" or "black dye."

  • Brand: Hatsukokoro
  • Blacksmith: Yoshihiro Yauji
  • Location: Echizen, Japan
  • Construction: San Mai
  • Edge Steel: SG2
  • Cladding: Stainless
  • Finish: Black Damascus
  • HRC: 62+-
  • Edge Grind: Even
  • Engraving: Etched
  • Handle: Octagonal Ebony
  • Weight: 4.6 oz (130 g)
  • Edge Length: 183 mm
  • Total Length: 322 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 1.9 mm
  • Blade Height: 47.2 mm||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|hasg2gy21||item-1||solidtemplate||hasg2da||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/hatsukokoro-sg2-gyuto-210mm-63.png||||||Hatsukokoro Saihyo Kurozome SG2 Gyuto 210mm||HSK-G210||specials > forknco > hatsukokoro > hasg2da > ||Resources > For Knife Collectors > Hatsukokoro Knives > Hatsukokoro Saihyo SG2 (by Yauji) > ||280.000||280.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Crafted by the renowned blacksmith Yoshihiro Yauji from Echizen, Japan, this exquisite knife is part of the Hatsukokoro Saihyo ("diamond dust") series. It features an SG2 Damascus blade made from SG2 powdered tool steel, boasting a hardness rating of HRC 62-63. The knife is adorned with suminagashi cladding, which not only enhances its appearance but also contributes to its stellar cutting performance. This finely honed, laser-type knife combines exceptional craftsmanship with striking aesthetics.

    The knife you see here measures 215mm, a perfect length for most kitchens and chefs needing a compact-size knife. The dimensions also make it well suited to taking on smaller ingredients or ones requiring fine detail work. It has a nice profile, good for pushers and rockers. There is a nicely executed symmetrical 50/50 edge which will hold that sharpness very well.

    These are great-looking knives, for sure. But they are also real performers.

  • Maker: Yoshimi Kato
  • Location: Echizen Japan
  • Steel: SG2 Stainless
  • Cladding: Stainless Damascus (Suminagashi)
  • HRC: 62-63
  • Weight: 5 ounces / 144g
  • Blade Length: 215 mm
  • Total Length: 362 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 1.9 mm
  • Blade Height: 45.6 mm
  • Edge Grind: Even
  • Handle: Ebony Octagonal||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|hasg2da||item.||solidtemplate||hatsukokoro||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/hatsukokoro-sg2-damascus-50.png||||||Hatsukokoro Saihyo SG2 (by Yauji)||||specials > forknco > hatsukokoro > ||Resources > For Knife Collectors > Hatsukokoro Knives > ||||||||||||||||0||1||0||0||||hasg2dape15 hasg2dasa16 hasg2dagy24 hasg2dagy21 hasakusa18 hasg2gy21 hasg2gy24 ||||Made by famed blacksmith, Yoshihiro Yauji from Echizen Japan. Hatsukokoro Saihyo ("diamond dust") SG2 Damascus using SG2 powdered tool steel with a hardness rating of HRC 62-63+-. They have a gorgeous finish and Damascus cladding on the blade, and are paired with lovely wenge octagonal handles with buffalo horn ferrules.||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|hasg2dagy24||item-1||solidtemplate||yaujiyasuhiro||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/hatsukokoro-sg2-damascus-gyuto-210mm-89.png||||||Hatsukokoro Saihyo SG2 Damascus Gyuto 210mm||HSG2-G210||kitchen-knives > yaujiyasuhiro > ||Knife Brands > Yauji, (Yasuhiro) > ||320.000||320.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Hatsukokoro Saihyo ("diamond dust") SG2 Damascus Gyuto 210mm. Hatsukokoro kitchen knives are manufactured in Echizen, Japan, using SG2 powdered tool steel with a hardness rating of HRC 63-64+-. They have a gorgeous finish and Damascus cladding on the blade, and are paired with lovely wenge octagonal handles with buffalo horn ferrules. Even grinds on these double bevel knives make them great for both right- and left-handed users.

  • Brand: Hatsukokoro
  • Blacksmith: Yoshihiro Yauji
  • Location: Echizen, Japan
  • Construction: San Mai
  • Edge Steel: SG2
  • Cladding: Stainless
  • Finish: Mirror Damascus
  • HRC: 62+-
  • Edge Grind: Even
  • Engraving: Etched
  • Handle: Octagonal Wenge
  • Ferrule: Buffalo Horn
  • Weight: 4.6 oz (130 g)
  • Blade Length: 207 mm
  • Overall Length: 358 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Heel: 2.1 mm
  • Blade Height at Heel: 46 mm

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|hasg2dagy21||item-1||solidtemplate||yaujiyasuhiro||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/hatsukokoro-sg2-damascus-gyuto-240mm-101.png||||||Hatsukokoro Saihyo SG2 Damascus Gyuto 240mm||HSG2-G240||kitchen-knives > yaujiyasuhiro > ||Knife Brands > Yauji, (Yasuhiro) > ||360.000||360.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Hatsukokoro Saihyo ("diamond dust") SG2 Damascus Gyuto 240mm. Hatsukokoro kitchen knives are manufactured in Echizen, Japan by Yoshihiro Yauji who works in Takefu Village, using SG2 powdered tool steel with a hardness rating of HRC 62-63. They have a gorgeous finish and Damascus cladding on the blade, and are paired with lovely wenge octagonal handles with buffalo horn ferrules. Even grinds on these double-bevel knives make them great for both right- and left-handed users.

  • Brand: Hatsukokoro
  • Blacksmith: Yoshihiro Yauji
  • Location: Echizen, Japan
  • Construction: San Mai
  • Edge Steel: SG2
  • Cladding: Stainless
  • Finish: Mirror Damascus
  • HRC: 62+-
  • Edge Grind: Even
  • Engraving: Etched
  • Handle: Octagonal Wenge
  • Ferrule: Buffalo Horn
  • Weight: 6.2 oz (178 g)
  • Blade Length: 236 mm
  • Overall Length: 389 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Heel: 2.3 mm
  • Blade Height at Heel: 50.9 mm

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|hasg2dape15||item-1||solidtemplate||yaujiyasuhiro||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/hatsukokoro-sg2-damascus-petty-150mm-95.png||||||Hatsukokoro Saihyo SG2 Damascus Petty 150mm||HSG2-P150||kitchen-knives > yaujiyasuhiro > ||Knife Brands > Yauji, (Yasuhiro) > ||199.950||199.950 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Hatsukokoro Saihyo ("diamond dust") SG2 Damascus Petty 150mm. Hatsukokoro kitchen knives are manufactured in Echizen, Japan, by famed blacksmith Yoshihiro Yauji, using SG2 powdered tool steel with a hardness rating of HRC 62-63+-. They have a gorgeous finish and Damascus cladding on the blade and are paired with lovely wenge octagonal handles with buffalo horn ferrules. Even grinds on these double-bevel knives make them great for both right- and left-handed users.

  • Brand: Hatsukokoro
  • Location: Echizen, Japan
  • Blacksmith: Yoshihiro Yauji
  • Construction: San Mai
  • Edge Steel: SG2
  • Cladding: Stainless
  • Finish: Mirror Damascus
  • HRC: 62+-
  • Edge Grind: Even
  • Engraving: Etched
  • Handle: Octagonal Wenge
  • Ferrule: Buffalo Horn
  • Weight: 2.4 oz (68 g)
  • Blade Length: 143 mm
  • Overall Length: 275 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Heel: 1.9 mm
  • Blade Height at Heel: 29.6 mm||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|hasg2dasa16||item-1||solidtemplate||yaujiyasuhiro||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/hatsukokoro-sg2-damascus-santoku-180mm-95.png||||||Hatsukokoro Saihyo SG2 Damascus Santoku 180mm||HSG2-S180||kitchen-knives > yaujiyasuhiro > ||Knife Brands > Yauji, (Yasuhiro) > ||290.000||290.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Hatsukokoro Saihyo ("diamond dust") SG2 Damascus Santoku 180mm. Hatsukokoro kitchen knives are manufactured in Echizen, Japan, by Yoshihiro Yauji, using SG2 powdered tool steel with a hardness rating of HRC 62-63+-. They have a gorgeous finish and Damascus cladding on the blade, and are paired with lovely wenge octagonal handles with buffalo horn ferrules. Even grinds on these double-bevel knives make them great for both right- and left-handed users.

  • Brand: Hatsukokoro
  • Blacksmith: Yoshihiro Yauji
  • Location: Echizen, Japan
  • Construction: San Mai
  • Edge Steel: SG2
  • Cladding: Stainless
  • Finish: Mirror Damascus
  • HRC: 62+-
  • Edge Grind: Even
  • Engraving: Etched
  • Handle: Octagonal Wenge
  • Ferrule: Buffalo Horn
  • Weight: 4.4 oz (126 g)
  • Blade Length: 178 mm
  • Overall Length: 322 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Heel: 2.0 mm
  • Blade Height at Heel: 48.0 mm

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|hasg2gy24||item-1||solidtemplate||hasg2da||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/hatsukokoro-sg2-gyuto-240mm-27.png||||||Hatsukokoro Saihyo SG2 Kurozome Gyuto 240mm||HSK-G240||specials > forknco > hatsukokoro > hasg2da > ||Resources > For Knife Collectors > Hatsukokoro Knives > Hatsukokoro Saihyo SG2 (by Yauji) > ||340.000||340.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Crafted by the renowned blacksmith Yoshihiro Yauji from Echizen, Japan, this exquisite knife is part of the Hatsukokoro Saihyo ("diamond dust") series. It features an SG2 Damascus blade made from SG2 powdered tool steel, boasting a hardness rating of HRC 62-63. The knife is adorned with suminagashi cladding, which not only enhances its appearance but also contributes to its stellar cutting performance. This finely honed, laser-type knife combines exceptional craftsmanship with striking aesthetics.

    The knife you see here measures 243mm, a perfect length for most kitchens and chefs needing a compact-size knife. The dimensions also make it well suited to taking on smaller ingredients or ones requiring fine detail work. It has a nice profile, good for pushers and rockers. There is a nicely executed symmetrical 50/50 edge which will hold that sharpness very well.

    These are great-looking knives, for sure. But they are also real performers.

  • Maker: Yoshimi Kato
  • Location: Echizen Japan
  • Steel: SG2 Stainless
  • Cladding: Stainless Damascus (Suminagashi)
  • HRC: 62-63
  • Weight: 6.7 ounces / 190g
  • Blade Length: 243 mm
  • Total Length: 388 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 2.4 mm
  • Blade Height: 50.4 mm
  • Edge Grind: Even
  • Handle: Ebony Octagonal||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|hasewh2cl||item-1||solidtemplate||cleavers||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/hatsukokoro-sentan-white-2-cleaver-61.png||||||Hatsukokoro Sentan White #2 Cleaver||SNT-C200||resources > cleavers > ||Knife Types > Cleavers > ||110.000||110.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Introducing a Revolution in Kitchenware

    Crafted with unparalleled expertise, this knife marries the ancient art of steel and flame. Its core is forged from premium Hitachi White2 Steel, encased in a durable stainless steel exterior. Each Chinese kitchen knife is a masterpiece, shaped by seasoned artisans to preserve its authentic forged texture, enhanced with a timeless, vintage appeal.

    This exceptional piece not only delivers the superior sharpness inherent in carbon steel but also simplifies maintenance. Engineered to achieve a hardness of HRC58-60, it optimizes the resilience of the steel, ensuring it meets the diverse demands of daily culinary tasks—whether chopping ingredients finely or scooping them up effortlessly.

    Featuring a traditional Chinese handle design, the knife promises outstanding functionality and long-lasting reliability, making it a quintessential tool for any kitchen. Experience the perfect blend of sharpness and durability, all while enjoying the ease of use that our meticulously crafted knife offers.

  • Weight: 9.6 ounces / 272g
  • Blade Length: 200 mm (7.75")
  • Overall Length: 310 mm (12")
  • Thickness at Heel: 2 mm
  • Blade Height: 90 mm (3.5")
  • Cladding: Stainless
  • Finish: Rustic, Kurouchi
  • Edge Steel: Hitachi White #2 Carbon Steel
  • Grind: Even
  • Handle: Round, Unfinished||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|hasibebl2||item.||solidtemplate||hatsukokoro||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/hatsukokoro-single-bevel-blue-2-46.png||||||Hatsukokoro Shirasagi ||||specials > forknco > hatsukokoro > ||Resources > For Knife Collectors > Hatsukokoro Knives > ||||||||||||||||0||1||0||0||||hasibebl2de1 hasibebl2de11 hasibewh2ya3 hasibebl2de12 ||||Hatsukokoro's Shirasagi ("egret") Single Bevel knives are produced by Myojin Riki Seisakusho in Tosa using Blue #2 steel. They feature a smooth kasumi finish. The single bevel makes these knives suitable for right-handed users only.||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|hagisitsda||item.||solidtemplate||hatsukokoro||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/hatsukokoro-ginyo-silver3-tsuchime-damascus-50.png||||||Hatsukokoro Silver 3 Ginyo (By Yauji)||||specials > forknco > hatsukokoro > ||Resources > For Knife Collectors > Hatsukokoro Knives > ||||||||||||||||0||1||0||0||||hagisitsdape hagisitsdana hagisitsdasa hagisitsdagy hagisi3dagy2 ||||Hatsukokoro Ginyo Silver 3 Damascus by Yauji san. Hatsukokoro kitchen knives are manufactured in Tosa, Japan, using SG2 powdered tool steel with a hardness rating of HRC 63-64+-. They have a gorgeous finish and Damascus cladding on the blade, and are paired with lovely wenge octagonal handles with buffalo horn ferrules. Even grinds on these double bevel knives make them great for both right- and left-handed users.||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|hagisitsdagy||item-1||solidtemplate||yaujiyasuhiro||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/hatsukokoro-ginyo-silver-3-tsuchime-damascus-gyuto-210mm-188.png||||||Hatsukokoro Silver 3 Ginyo Damascus Gyuto 210mm||HHAM-G210||kitchen-knives > yaujiyasuhiro > ||Knife Brands > Yauji, (Yasuhiro) > ||350.000||350.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||The Hatsukokoro Ginyo Silver 3 Damascus series features exquisite kitchen knives, crafted by Yauji san in Echizen, Japan. These remarkable creations use Silver 3 steel, achieving an impressive hardness score of HRC 62+-. The stunning finish and Damascus cladding on the blade further add to their allure. Complemented by the beautifully designed wenge octagonal handles and buffalo horn ferrules, these knives exude elegance. The evenly ground double bevels make these knives equally suitable for both right- and left-handed users.

  • Brand: Hatsukokoro
  • Blacksmith: Yauji san
  • Location: Echizen, Japan
  • Construction: San Mai
  • Edge Steel: Silver 3 Stainless Steel (AKA G3)
  • Cladding: Stainless
  • Finish: Mirror Damascus
  • HRC: 62+-
  • Edge Grind: Even
  • Engraving: Etched
  • Handle: Octagonal Wenge
  • Ferrule: Buffalo Horn
  • Weight: 6.1oz/ 176g
  • Blade Length: 214 mm
  • Overall Length: 360 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Heel: 2.6 mm
  • Blade Height at Heel: 50.0 mm||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|hagisi3dagy2||item-1||solidtemplate||hagisitsda||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/hatsukokoro-ginyo-silver-3-damascus-gyuto-240mm-59.png||||||Hatsukokoro Silver 3 Ginyo Damascus Gyuto 240mm||HHAM-G240||specials > forknco > hatsukokoro > hagisitsda > ||Resources > For Knife Collectors > Hatsukokoro Knives > Hatsukokoro Silver 3 Ginyo (By Yauji) > ||360.000||360.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Hatsukokoro Ginyo Silver 3 Damascus represents the superior craftsmanship of Yauji san from Echizen, Japan. These kitchen knives are skillfully produced using Silver 3 steel, exhibiting a substantial hardness level of HRC 62+-. With a splendid finish and Damascus cladding adorning the blade, they present a stunning aesthetic. The beauty is further amplified with elegant wenge octagonal handles, complemented by buffalo horn ferrules. The evenly balanced grinds of these double-bevel knives make them an excellent choice for both right- and left-handed individuals.

  • Brand: Hatsukokoro
  • Blacksmith: Yauji san
  • Location: Echizen, Japan
  • Construction: San Mai
  • Edge Steel: Silver 3 Stainless Steel (AKA G3)
  • Cladding: Stainless
  • Finish: Mirror Damascus
  • HRC: 62+-
  • Edge Grind: Even
  • Engraving: Etched
  • Handle: Octagonal Wenge
  • Ferrule: Buffalo Horn
  • Weight: 7.1oz/ 204g
  • Blade Length: 240 mm
  • Overall Length: 390 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Heel: 2.5 mm
  • Blade Height at Heel: 52.0 mm||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|hagisitsdana||item-1||solidtemplate||yaujiyasuhiro||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/hatsukokoro-ginyo-silver-3-tsuchime-damascus-nakiri-170mm-185.png||||||Hatsukokoro Silver 3 Ginyo Damascus Nakiri 170mm||HHAM-N170||kitchen-knives > yaujiyasuhiro > ||Knife Brands > Yauji, (Yasuhiro) > ||320.000||320.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||The Hatsukokoro Ginyo Silver 3 Damascus knives, forged by Yauji san in Echizen, Japan, are the epitome of unparalleled craftsmanship. These knives are intricately fashioned using high-quality Silver 3 steel, exhibiting an impressive hardness level of HRC 62+-. With a captivating finish and Damascus-patterned cladding gracing the blade, these knives exhibit unique sophistication. The aesthetic appeal is elevated by the tastefully crafted wenge octagonal handles, beautifully paired with buffalo horn ferrules. These double-bevel knives are finely ground to perfection, offering equally efficient utility for both left- and right-handed individuals.

  • Brand: Hatsukokoro
  • Blacksmith: Yauji san
  • Location: Echizen, Japan
  • Construction: San Mai
  • Edge Steel: Silver 3 Stainless Steel (G3)
  • Cladding: Stainless
  • Finish: Mirror Damascus
  • HRC: 62+-
  • Edge Grind: Even
  • Engraving: Etched
  • Handle: Octagonal Wenge
  • Ferrule: Buffalo Horn
  • Weight: 6.2oz (180g)
  • Edge Length: 158 mm
  • Total Length: 314 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Heel: 2.5 mm
  • Blade Height at Heel: 52.9 mm

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|hagisitsdape||item-1||solidtemplate||yaujiyasuhiro||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/hatsukokoro-ginyo-silver-3-tsuchime-damascus-petty-150mm-188.png||||||Hatsukokoro Silver 3 Ginyo Damascus Petty 150mm||HHAM-P150||kitchen-knives > yaujiyasuhiro > ||Knife Brands > Yauji, (Yasuhiro) > ||260.000||260.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Hatsukokoro Ginyo Silver 3 Damascus. Hatsukokoro kitchen knives are manufactured by Yauji san in Echizen, Japan, using Silver 3 steel with a hardness rating of HRC 62+-. They have a gorgeous finish and Damascus cladding on the blade, and are paired with lovely wenge octagonal handles with buffalo horn ferrules. Even grinds on these double bevel knives make them great for both right- and left-handed users.

  • Brand: Hatsukokoro
  • Blacksmith: Yauji san
  • Location: Echizen, Japan
  • Construction: San Mai
  • Edge Steel: Silver 3 Stainless Steel
  • Cladding: Stainless
  • Finish: Mirror Damascus
  • HRC: 62+-
  • Edge Grind: Even
  • Engraving: Etched
  • Handle: Octagonal Wenge
  • Ferrule: Buffalo Horn
  • Weight: 2.6oz/ 74g
  • Blade Length: 152 mm
  • Overall Length: 281 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Heel: 2.0 mm
  • Blade Height at Heel: 36.8 mm||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|hagisitsdasa||item-1||solidtemplate||yaujiyasuhiro||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/hatsukokoro-ginyo-silver-3-tsuchime-damascus-santoku-180mm-191.png||||||Hatsukokoro Silver 3 Ginyo Damascus Santoku 180mm||HHAM-S180||kitchen-knives > yaujiyasuhiro > ||Knife Brands > Yauji, (Yasuhiro) > ||320.000||320.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Hatsukokoro Ginyo Silver 3 Damascus. Created by Yauji san in Echizen, Japan, Hatsukokoro culinary knives employ Silver 3 steel, showcasing a hardness level of HRC 62+-. These knives exhibit an exquisite finish, complemented by Damascus cladding on the blade. A pairing of beautiful wenge octagonal handles with buffalo horn ferrules enhances their appeal. Their symmetrically ground double bevel design ensures a fine user experience for both left- and right-handed individuals.

  • Brand: Hatsukokoro
  • Blacksmith: Yauji san
  • Location: Echizen, Japan
  • Construction: San Mai
  • Edge Steel: Silver 3 Stainless Steel (G3)
  • Cladding: Stainless
  • Finish: Mirror Damascus
  • HRC: 62+-
  • Edge Grind: Even
  • Engraving: Etched
  • Handle: Octagonal Wenge
  • Ferrule: Buffalo Horn
  • Weight: 5.6oz/ 160g
  • Blade Length: 185 mm
  • Overall Length: 325 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Heel: 2.5 mm
  • Blade Height at Heel: 50.4 mm||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|hasibebl2de11||item-1||solidtemplate||dekn18||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/hatsukokoro-single-bevel-blue-2-deba-180mm-80.png||||||Hatsukokoro Single Bevel Blue #2 Deba 180mm Sale||HSB2-D180||resources > deba-knives > dekn18 > ||Knife Types > Deba Knives > Deba Knives 180mm > ||270.000||270.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Hatsukokoro's Shirasagi ("egret") Single Bevel knives are produced by Myojin Riki Seisakusho in Tosa using Blue #2 steel.

    The Hatsukokoro Blue #2 Deba 180mm is a single-bevel knife that is meant for right-handed users only. This is a great deal on a hard-to-find item that is made by a small blacksmith shop. It comes with a nice kasumi (polished) finish. The steel is Blue #2, which is an excellent quality carbon steel that needs to be wiped dry after hand washing to avoid rust. Once a patina forms, it will turn black and will become less reactive.

  • Brand: Hatsukokoro
  • Location: Tosa. Japan
  • Steel: Aogami #2 (Blue #2)
  • Cladding: Iron
  • Finish: Kasumi
  • Edge Grind: Single-Bevel, Right-Handed, Traditional
  • Engraving: Laser
  • Handle: Wenge Octagonal
  • Ferrule: Buffalo Horn
  • Weight: 14.0 oz/ 396g
  • Blade Length: 189 mm
  • Overall Length: 340 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Heel: 7.7 mm
  • Blade Height at Heel: 54.9 mm||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|hasibewh2ya3||item-1||solidtemplate||hasibebl2||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/hatsukokoro-single-bevel-white-2-yanagiba-300mm-61.png||||||Hatsukokoro Single Bevel White #2 Yanagiba 300mm||HAW2-Y300||specials > forknco > hatsukokoro > hasibebl2 > ||Resources > For Knife Collectors > Hatsukokoro Knives > Hatsukokoro Shirasagi > ||260.000||260.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Hatsukokoro's Shirasagi ("egret") Single Bevel knives are incredible deals. Made with Hitachi, White #2 steel, this yanagiba 300mm is a single-bevel knife that is meant for right-handed users only. This is a great deal and It comes with a nice kasumi (polished) finish. The steel is White #2, which is an excellent quality carbon steel that needs to be wiped dry after hand washing to avoid rust.

  • Brand: Hatsukokoro
  • Location: Tosa, Japan
  • Blacksmith:Tamura San
  • Shapener: Myojin San
  • Steel: Shirogami #2 (White #2)
  • Cladding: Iron
  • Finish: Kasumi
  • Edge Grind: Single-Bevel, Right-Handed, Traditional
  • Engraving: Hand Engraved
  • Weight: 9.8 oz (280 g)
  • Edge Length: 304 mm
  • Total Length: 452 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 4.4 mm
  • Blade Height: 38.0 mm
  • Handle: Ebony Octagonal||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|hasibebl2de12||item-1||solidtemplate||ya33||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/hatsukokoro-single-bevel-blue-2-deba-150mm-192.png||||||Hatsukokoro Single Bevel White #2 Yanagiba 330mm||HAW2-Y330||resources > sashimi-knives > ya33 > ||Knife Types > Yanagibas > Yanagibas 330-360mm > ||299.950||299.950 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Hatsukokoro's Shirasagi ("egret") Single Bevel knives are produced by Myojin Riki Seisakusho in Tosa using White #2 steel.

    The Hatsukokoro Shiragasi is a single-bevel knife that is meant for right-handed users only. This is a great deal on a hard-to-find item that is made by a small blacksmith shop. It comes with a nice kasumi (polished) finish. The steel is White #2, which is an excellent quality carbon steel that needs to be wiped dry after hand washing to avoid rust. Once a patina forms, it will turn black and will become less reactive. It's fitted with an ebony handle with an octagonal design.

  • Brand: Hatsukokoro
  • Location: Tosa, Japan
  • Steel: Shirogami #2 (White #2)
  • Cladding: Iron
  • Finish: Kasumi
  • Edge Grind: Single-Bevel, Right-Handed, Traditional
  • Engraving: Laser
  • Handle: Ebony Octagonal
  • Weight: 11.5 oz/ 328g
  • Blade Length: 333 mm
  • Overall Length: 480 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Heel: 4.7 mm
  • Blade Height at Heel: 40.8 mm||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|havgsttana18||item-1||solidtemplate||tallnakiris||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/hatsukokoro-vg10-stainless-tall-nakiri-180mm-157.png||||||Hatsukokoro VG10 Stainless Tall Nakiri 180mm||HAV-C175||resources > nakiri-knives > tallnakiris > ||Knife Types > Nakiris > Tall Nakiris > ||119.950||119.950 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Hatsukokoro VG10 Stainless Tall Nakiri. These are nice Japanese mini cleavers made in Sakai from VG10 stainless steel for easy care and maintenance.

  • Brand: Hatsukokoro
  • Line: VG10 Kasumi
  • Location: Seki, Japan
  • Construction: San Mai, Roll Forged
  • Edge Steel: VG10 Stainless Steel
  • Cladding: Stainless Damascus
  • Finish: Kasumi/ Sandblast
  • Engraving: Etched
  • Edge Grind: 50/50
  • Handle: Wood, Western 2 Rivet
  • Weight: 11.3 oz (320 g)
  • Blade Length: 180 mm
  • Total Length: 288 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 2.3 mm
  • Blade Height: 75 mm||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|havgsu1||item.||solidtemplate||vg10steel||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/hatsukokoro-vg10-suminagashi-46.png||||||Hatsukokoro VG10 Sunaarashi Kurozome||||shopbysteel > vg10steel > ||Shop by Steel > VG-10 Steel > ||||||||||||||||0||1||0||0||||hasuvgkupe15 hasuvgkukipe havgsu2 havgsuki21 havgsugy21 havgsugy24 hasuvgkuki24 havgsttana18 ||||Hatsukokoro manufactures their Sunaarashi ("sandstorm") line of knives in Seki City, Japan. These are gorgeous blades with lovely wenge handles and drop-dead beautiful blade design with a mirror finish. They are made with VG10 stainless steel for easy care and maintenance.||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|havgsu2||item-1||solidtemplate||buknupto17an||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/hatsukokoro-sunaarashi-vg10-kurozome-bunka-180mm-220.png||||||Hatsukokoro VG10 Sunaarashi Kurozome Bunka 180mm||HSVG-B180||resources > bannobunkas > buknupto17an > ||Knife Types > Bunka Knives > Bunka Knives 170mm and Longer > ||240.000||240.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Hatsukokoro Sunaarashi VG10 Kurozome Bunka 180mm.

    Hatsukokoro manufactures their Sunaarashi ("sandstorm") line of knives in Seki City, Japan. These are gorgeous blades with lovely wenge handles and drop-dead beautiful blade design with a mirror finish. They are made with VG10 stainless steel for easy care and maintenance.

  • Brand: Hatsukokoro
  • Line: Sunaarashi (Sandstorm)
  • Location: Seki, Japan
  • Construction: San Mai, Roll Forged
  • Edge Steel: VG10 Stainless Steel
  • Cladding: Stainless Damascus
  • Finish: Kurozome
  • Engraving: Etched
  • Edge Grind: 50/50
  • Handle: Octagonal Wenge
  • Ferrule: Buffalo Horn
  • Weight: 4.1 oz (118 g)
  • Blade Length: 185 mm
  • Total Length: 325 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 1.9 mm
  • Blade Height: 48.0 mm
  • Photos by Gustavo Bermudez

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|havgsuki21||item-1||solidtemplate||21wahagy||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/hatsukokoro-vg10-suminagashi-kiritsuke-210mm-95.png||||||Hatsukokoro VG10 Sunaarashi Kurozome Gyuto 210mm||HSVG-G210||resources > gyutos > gyutos210mm > 21wahagy > ||Knife Types > Gyutos > Gyutos 210mm > 210mm Wa Handled Gyutos > ||245.000||245.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Hatsukokoro Sunaarashi VG10 Kurozome Gyuto 210mm.

    Hatsukokoro manufactures their Sunaarashi ("sandstorm") line of knives in Seki City, Japan. These are gorgeous blades with lovely wenge handles and drop-dead beautiful blade design with a mirror finish. They are made with VG10 stainless steel for easy care and maintenance.

  • Brand: Hatsukokoro
  • Line: Sunaarashi (Sandstorm)
  • Location: Seki, Japan
  • Construction: San Mai, Roll Forged
  • Edge Steel: VG10 Stainless Steel
  • Cladding: Stainless Damascus
  • Finish: Kurozome
  • Engraving: Etched
  • Edge Grind: 50/50
  • Weight: 4.9 oz (138 g)
  • Blade Length: 217 mm
  • Total Length: 360 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 1.9 mm
  • Blade Height: 46.6 mm
  • Handle: Octagonal Wenge
  • Ferrule: Buffalo Horn

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|havgsugy24||item-1||solidtemplate||waha24gy||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/hatsukokoro-vg10-kurozome-gyuto-240mm-75.png||||||Hatsukokoro VG10 Sunaarashi Kurozome Gyuto 240mm||HSVG-G240||resources > gyutos > gyutos240mm > waha24gy > ||Knife Types > Gyutos > Gyutos 240mm > Wa Gyutos 240mm > ||260.000||260.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Hatsukokoro Sunaarashi VG10 Kurozome Gyuto 240mm.

    Hatsukokoro manufactures their Sunaarashi ("sandstorm") line of knives in Seki City, Japan. These are gorgeous blades with lovely wenge handles and drop-dead beautiful blade design with a mirror finish. They are made with VG10 stainless steel for easy care and maintenance.

  • Brand: Hatsukokoro
  • Line: Sunaarashi (Sandstorm)
  • Location: Seki, Japan
  • Construction: San Mai, Roll Forged
  • Edge Steel: VG10 Stainless Steel
  • Cladding: Stainless Damascus
  • Finish: Kurozome
  • Engraving: Etched
  • Edge Grind: 50/50
  • Weight: 5.9 oz (168 g)
  • Blade Length: 239 mm
  • Total Length: 387 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 2.2 mm
  • Blade Height: 50.9 mm
  • Handle: Octagonal Wenge
  • Ferrule: Buffalo Horn

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|hasuvgkupe15||item-1||solidtemplate||150mmpettys||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/hatsukokoro-sunaarashi-vg10-kurozome-petty-150mm-151.png||||||Hatsukokoro VG10 Sunaarashi Kurozome Kiri Petty 150mm||HSVG-KiriPetty||resources > petty-knives > 150mmpettys > ||Knife Types > Petty Knives > 150-165mm Pettys > ||159.950||159.950 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Hatsukokoro Sunaarashi VG10 Kurozome Kiri Petty 150mm.

    Hatsukokoro manufactures their Sunaarashi ("sandstorm") line of knives in Seki City, Japan. These are gorgeous blades with lovely wenge handles and drop-dead beautiful blade design with a mirror finish. They are made with VG10 stainless steel for easy care and maintenance.

  • Brand: Hatsukokoro
  • Line: Sunaarashi (Sandstorm)
  • Location: Seki, Japan
  • Construction: San Mai, Roll Forged
  • Edge Steel: VG10 Stainless Steel
  • Cladding: Stainless Damascus
  • Finish: Kurozome
  • Engraving: Etched
  • Edge Grind: 50/50
  • Handle: Octagonal Wenge
  • Ferrule: Buffalo Horn
  • Weight: 2.3 oz/ 66g
  • Blade Length: 149 mm
  • Overall Length: 274 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Heel: 2.0 mm
  • Blade Height at Heel: 29.1 mm||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|havgsugy21||item-1||solidtemplate||kiupto21||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/hatsukokoro-sunaarashi-vg10-kurozome-kiritsuke-210mm-189.png||||||Hatsukokoro VG10 Sunaarashi Kurozome Kiritsuke 210mm||HSVG-K210||resources > kiritsukeknife > kiupto21 > ||Knife Types > Kiritsukes > Kiritsukes Up To 210mm > ||255.000||255.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Hatsukokoro Sunaarashi VG10 Kurozome Kiritsuke 210mm.

    Hatsukokoro manufactures their Sunaarashi ("sandstorm") line of knives in Seki City, Japan. These are gorgeous blades with lovely wenge handles and drop-dead beautiful blade design with a mirror finish. They are made with VG10 stainless steel for easy care and maintenance.

  • Brand: Hatsukokoro
  • Line: Sunaarashi (Sandstorm)
  • Location: Seki, Japan
  • Construction: San Mai, Roll Forged
  • Edge Steel: VG10 Stainless Steel
  • Cladding: Stainless Damascus
  • Finish: Kurozome
  • Engraving: Etched
  • Edge Grind: 50/50
  • Handle: Octagonal Wenge
  • Ferrule: Buffalo Horn
  • Weight: 4.5 oz (128 g)
  • Blade Length: 217 mm
  • Total Length: 360 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 1.8 mm
  • Blade Height: 46.5 mm

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|hasuvgkuki24||item-1||solidtemplate||ki24andab||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/hatsukokoro-sunaarashi-vg10-kurozome-kiritsuke-240mm-221.png||||||Hatsukokoro VG10 Sunaarashi Kurozome Kiritsuke 240mm||HSVG-K240||resources > kiritsukeknife > ki24andab > ||Knife Types > Kiritsukes > Kiritsukes 240mm and Above > ||270.000||270.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Hatsukokoro Sunaarashi VG10 Kurozome Kiritsuke 240mm.

    Hatsukokoro manufactures their Sunaarashi ("sandstorm") line of knives in Seki City, Japan. These are gorgeous blades with lovely wenge handles and drop-dead beautiful blade design with a mirror finish. They are made with VG10 stainless steel for easy care and maintenance.

  • Brand: Hatsukokoro
  • Line: Sunaarashi (Sandstorm)
  • Location: Seki, Japan
  • Construction: San Mai, Roll Forged
  • Edge Steel: VG10 Stainless Steel
  • Cladding: Stainless Damascus
  • Finish: Kurozome
  • Engraving: Etched
  • Edge Grind: 50/50
  • Handle: Octagonal Wenge
  • Ferrule: Buffalo Horn
  • Weight: 6.3 oz/ 180g
  • Blade Length: 244 mm
  • Overall Length: 390 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Spine: 2.4 mm
  • Blade Height t Spine: 50.9 mm

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|hasuvgkukipe||item-1||solidtemplate||150mmpettys||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/hatsukokoro-sunaarashi-vg10-kurozome-kiri-petty-150mm-157.png||||||Hatsukokoro VG10 Sunaarashi Kurozome Petty 150mm||HSVG-P150||resources > petty-knives > 150mmpettys > ||Knife Types > Petty Knives > 150-165mm Pettys > ||149.950||149.950 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Hatsukokoro Sunaarashi VG10 Kurozome Petty 150mm.

    Hatsukokoro manufactures their Sunaarashi ("sandstorm") line of knives in Seki City, Japan. These are gorgeous blades with lovely wenge handles and drop-dead beautiful blade design with a mirror finish. They are made with VG10 stainless steel for easy care and maintenance.

  • Brand: Hatsukokoro
  • Line: Sunaarashi (Sandstorm)
  • Location: Seki, Japan
  • Construction: San Mai, Roll Forged
  • Edge Steel: VG10 Stainless Steel
  • Cladding: Stainless Damascus
  • Finish: Kurozome
  • Engraving: Etched
  • Edge Grind: 50/50
  • Handle: Octagonal Wenge
  • Ferrule: Buffalo Horn
  • Weight: 2.2 oz/ 64g
  • Blade Length: 151 mm
  • Overall Length: 275 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Heel: 2.1 mm
  • Blade Height at Heel: 28.9 mm||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|hawh2||item.||solidtemplate||white2steel||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/hatsukokoro-white-2-63.png||||||Hatsukokoro White #2 Kurokaze ||||shopbysteel > white2steel > ||Shop by Steel > White #2 Steel > ||||||||||||||||0||1||0||0||||hakuwh2pe16 hakuwh2gy18 hakuwh2gy21 ||||Hatsukokoro's White #2 line of knives feature good quality carbon steel with simple kasumi or kurouchi finishes and nice handles at a good price.||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|hakuwh2gy18||item-1||solidtemplate||gyutos1||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/hatsukokoro-kurokaze-white-2-gyuto-180mm-62.png||||||Hatsukokoro White #2 Kurokaze Gyuto 180mm||HKW2-G180||resources > gyutos > gyutos1 > ||Knife Types > Gyutos > Gyutos 180 - 195mm > ||163.000||163.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||
  • Maker: Hatsukokoro
  • Location: Sakai, Japan
  • Construction: San Mai, Hammer Forged
  • Edge Steel: White #2 (Shirogami 2)
  • Cladding: Stainless Steel
  • HRC: 61
  • Engraving: Laser Engraved
  • Handle: Wenge Octagonal
  • Ferrule: Buffalo Horn
  • Weight: 5.8 oz (164 g)
  • Edge Length: 190 mm
  • Total Length: 333 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 4.4 mm
  • Blade Height: 45.4 mm
  • We do not carry a saya that fits this knife; we recommend the blade guard instead||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|hakuwh2gy21||item-1||solidtemplate||21wahagy||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/hatsukokoro-kurokaze-white-2-gyuto-210mm-155.png||||||Hatsukokoro White #2 Kurokaze Gyuto 210mm||HKW2-G210||resources > gyutos > gyutos210mm > 21wahagy > ||Knife Types > Gyutos > Gyutos 210mm > 210mm Wa Handled Gyutos > ||200.000||200.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||
  • Maker: Hatsukokoro
  • Location: Sakai, Japan
  • Construction: San Mai, Hammer Forged
  • Edge Steel: White #2 (Shirogami 2)
  • Cladding: Stainless Steel
  • HRC: 61
  • Engraving: Laser Engraved
  • Handle: Wenge Octagonal
  • Ferrule: Buffalo Horn
  • Weight: 7.0 oz (200 g)
  • Blade Length: 215 mm
  • Total Length: 363 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 3.2 mm
  • Blade Height: 54 mm
  • Our sayas do not fit this knife--we recommend the 8" felt guard instead||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|hakuwh2pe16||item-1||solidtemplate||hawh2||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/hatsukokoro-kurokaze-white-2-petty-160mm-59.png||||||Hatsukokoro White #2 Kurokaze Petty 160mm||HKW2-P160||shopbysteel > white2steel > hawh2 > ||Shop by Steel > White #2 Steel > Hatsukokoro White #2 Kurokaze > ||164.000||164.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||
  • Maker: Hatsukokoro
  • Location: Sakai, Japan
  • Construction: San Mai, Hammer Forged
  • Edge Steel: White #2 (Shirogami 2)
  • Cladding: Stainless Steel
  • HRC: 61
  • Engraving: Laser Engraved
  • Handle: Wenge Octagonal
  • Ferrule: Buffalo Horn
  • Weight: 3.3 oz (92 g)
  • Edge Length: 162 mm
  • Total Length: 290 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 3.5 mm
  • Blade Height: 33.1 mm||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|hasibewh2||item.||solidtemplate||white2steel||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/hatsukokoro-single-bevel-white-2-167.png||||||Hatsukokoro White #2 Single Bevel ||||shopbysteel > white2steel > ||Shop by Steel > White #2 Steel > ||||||||||||||||0||1||0||0||||hawh2ho15 hasibewh2de1 hasibewh2de11 hasibewh2de12 hasibewh2gy1 hasibewh2ki1 hasibewh21 hasibewh2ki2 hasibewh2gy2 hasibewh2ki21 ||||Hatsukokoro's Shirasagi ("egret") Single Bevel knives are produced by Myojin Riki Seisakusho in Tosa using White #2 steel. They feature a smooth kasumi finish. The single bevel makes these knives suitable for right-handed users only.||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|hasibewh2gy1||item-1||solidtemplate||buknupto17an||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/hatsukokoro-single-bevel-w2-gyuto-195mm-104.png||||||Hatsukokoro White #2 Single Bevel Bunka 180mm||HAW2-B180||resources > bannobunkas > buknupto17an > ||Knife Types > Bunka Knives > Bunka Knives 170mm and Longer > ||220.000||220.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Hatsukokoro's Shirasagi ("egret") Single Bevel knives are produced by Myojin Riki Seisakusho in Tosa using White #2 steel.

    The Hatsukokoro White #2 Bunka is a single-bevel knife meant only for right-handed users. This is a great deal on a hard-to-find item that is made by a small blacksmith shop. It comes with a nice kasumi (polished) finish. The steel is White #2, which is an excellent quality carbon steel that needs to be wiped dry after hand washing to avoid rust. Once a patina forms, it will turn black and will become less reactive.

  • Brand: Hatsukokoro
  • Location: Tosa, Japan
  • Steel: Shirogami #2 (White #2)
  • Cladding: Iron
  • Finish: Kasumi
  • Edge Grind: Single-Bevel, Right-Handed, Traditional
  • Engraving: Laser
  • Weight: 6.5oz (184g)
  • Blade Length: 173mm
  • Total Length: 319mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 3.6mm
  • Blade Height: 42.5mm
  • Handle: Wenge Octagonal
  • Ferrule: Buffalo Horn
  • No saya for this knife||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|hasibewh2de1||item-1||solidtemplate||dekn10||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/hatsukokoro-single-bevel-w2-deba-165mm-80.png||||||Hatsukokoro White #2 Single Bevel Deba 165mm||HAW2-D165||resources > deba-knives > dekn10 > ||Knife Types > Deba Knives > Deba Knives 105-170mm > ||240.000||240.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Hatsukokoro's Shirasagi ("egret") Single Bevel knives are produced by Myojin Riki Seisakusho in Tosa using White #2 steel.

    The Hatsukokoro White #2 Deba 165mm is a single-bevel knife that is meant for right-handed users only. This is a great deal on a hard-to-find item that is made by a small blacksmith shop. It comes with a nice kasumi (polished) finish. The steel is White #2, which is an excellent quality carbon steel that needs to be wiped dry after hand washing to avoid rust. Once a patina forms, it will turn black and will become less reactive.

  • Brand: Hatsukokoro
  • Location: Tosa, Japan
  • Steel: Shirogami #2 (White #2)
  • Cladding: Iron
  • Finish: Kasumi
  • Edge Grind: Single-Bevel, Right-Handed, Traditional
  • Engraving: Laser
  • Weight: 10.1 oz (286 g)
  • Blade Length: 168 mm
  • Total Length: 315 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 7.5 mm
  • Blade Height: 49.9 mm
  • Handle: Wenge Octagonal
  • Ferrule: Buffalo Horn||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|hasibewh2de11||item-1||solidtemplate||dekn18||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/hatsukokoro-single-bevel-w2-deba-180mm-80.png||||||Hatsukokoro White #2 Single Bevel Deba 180mm||HAW2-D180||resources > deba-knives > dekn18 > ||Knife Types > Deba Knives > Deba Knives 180mm > ||270.000||270.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Hatsukokoro's Shirasagi ("egret") Single Bevel knives are produced by Myojin Riki Seisakusho in Tosa using White #2 steel.

    The Hatsukokoro White #2 Deba 180mm is a single-bevel knife that is meant for right-handed users only. This is a great deal on a hard-to-find item that is made by a small blacksmith shop. It comes with a nice kasumi (polished) finish. The steel is White #2, which is an excellent quality carbon steel that needs to be wiped dry after hand washing to avoid rust. Once a patina forms, it will turn black and will become less reactive.

  • Brand: Hatsukokoro
  • Location: Tosa. Japan
  • Steel: Shirogami #2 (White #2)
  • Cladding: Iron
  • Finish: Kasumi
  • Edge Grind: Single-Bevel, Right-Handed, Traditional
  • Engraving: Laser
  • Weight: 11.7 oz (332 g)
  • Blade Length: 184 mm
  • Total Length: 334 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 7.6 mm
  • Blade Height: 52.6 mm
  • Handle: Wenge Octagonal
  • Ferrule: Buffalo Horn||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|hasibewh2de12||item-1||solidtemplate||dekn21andla||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/hatsukokoro-single-bevel-w2-deba-195mm-80.png||||||Hatsukokoro White #2 Single Bevel Deba 195mm||HAW2-D195||resources > deba-knives > dekn21andla > ||Knife Types > Deba Knives > Deba Knives 195mm and Larger > ||300.000||300.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Hatsukokoro's Shirasagi ("egret") Single Bevel knives are produced by Myojin Riki Seisakusho in Tosa using White #2 steel.

    The Hatsukokoro White #2 Deba 195mm is a single-bevel knife that is meant for right-handed users only. This is a great deal on a hard-to-find item that is made by a small blacksmith shop. It comes with a nice kasumi (polished) finish. The steel is White #2, which is an excellent quality carbon steel that needs to be wiped dry after hand washing to avoid rust. Once a patina forms, it will turn black and will become less reactive.

  • Brand: Hatsukokoro
  • Location: Tosa, Japan
  • Steel: Shirogami #2 (White #2)
  • Cladding: Iron
  • Finish: Kasumi
  • Edge Grind: Single-Bevel, Right-Handed, Traditional
  • Engraving: Laser
  • Weight: 14.6 oz (414 g)
  • Blade Length: 204 mm
  • Total Length: 355 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 8.6 mm
  • Blade Height: 59.8mm
  • Handle: Wenge Octagonal
  • Ferrule: Buffalo Horn
  • Please note that the 8" felt guard is the best option for protecting this knife, as none of the sayas we carry will fit||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|hasibewh21||item-1||solidtemplate||21wahagy||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/hatsukokoro-single-bevel-white-2-168.png||||||Hatsukokoro White #2 Single Bevel Gyuto 210mm||HAW2-G210||resources > gyutos > gyutos210mm > 21wahagy > ||Knife Types > Gyutos > Gyutos 210mm > 210mm Wa Handled Gyutos > ||269.950||269.950 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Hatsukokoro's Shirasagi ("egret") Single Bevel knives are produced by Myojin Riki Seisakusho in Tosa using White #2 steel.

    The Hatsukokoro White #2 Gyuto 210mm is a single-bevel knife that is meant for right-handed users only. This is a great deal on a hard-to-find item that is made by a small blacksmith shop. It comes with a nice kasumi (polished) finish. The steel is White #2, which is an excellent quality carbon steel that needs to be wiped dry after hand washing to avoid rust. Once a patina forms, it will turn black and will become less reactive.

  • Brand: Hatsukokoro
  • Location: Tosa, Japan
  • Steel: Shirogami #2 (White #2)
  • Cladding: Iron
  • Finish: Kasumi
  • Edge Grind: Single-Bevel, Right-Handed, Traditional
  • Engraving: Laser
  • Weight: 8.7 oz (246 g)
  • Blade Length: 201 mm
  • Total Length: 350 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 4.4 mm
  • Blade Height: 45 mm
  • Handle: Wenge Octagonal
  • Ferrule: Buffalo Horn
  • Please note that the 8" felt guard is the best option for protecting this knife, as none of the sayas we carry will fit

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|hasibewh2gy2||item-1||solidtemplate||waha24gy||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/hatsukokoro-single-bevel-w2-gyuto-240mm-80.png||||||Hatsukokoro White #2 Single Bevel Gyuto 240mm||HAW2-G240||resources > gyutos > gyutos240mm > waha24gy > ||Knife Types > Gyutos > Gyutos 240mm > Wa Gyutos 240mm > ||300.000||300.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Hatsukokoro's Shirasagi ("egret") Single Bevel knives are produced by Myojin Riki Seisakusho in Tosa using White #2 steel.

    The Hatsukokoro White #2 Gyuto 240mm is a single-bevel knife that is meant for right-handed users only. This is a great deal on a hard-to-find item that is made by a small blacksmith shop. It comes with a nice kasumi (polished) finish. The steel is White #2, which is an excellent quality carbon steel that needs to be wiped dry after hand washing to avoid rust. Once a patina forms, it will turn black and will become less reactive.

  • Brand: Hatsukokoro
  • Location: Tosa, Japan
  • Steel: Shirogami #2 (White #2)
  • Cladding: Iron
  • Finish: Kasumi
  • Edge Grind: Single-Bevel, Right-Handed, Traditional
  • Engraving: Laser
  • Weight: 8.9 oz (252 g)
  • Blade Length: 231 mm
  • Total Length: 384 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 4.6 mm
  • Blade Height: 48.3 mm
  • Handle: Wenge Octagonal
  • Ferrule: Buffalo Horn||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|hawh2ho15||item-1||solidtemplate||boning-knives||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/hatsukokoro-white-2-honesuki-150mm-72.png||||||Hatsukokoro White #2 Single Bevel Honesuki 150mm||HAW2-H150||resources > boning-knives > ||Knife Types > Boning Knives > ||185.000||185.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Hatsukokoro's Shirasagi ("egret") Single Bevel knives are produced by Myojin Riki Seisakusho in Tosa using White #2 steel.

    The Hatsukokoro White #2 Honesuki 150mm is a single-bevel knife that is meant for right-handed users only. This is a great deal on a hard-to-find item that is made by a small blacksmith shop. It comes with a nice kasumi (polished) finish. The steel is White #2, which is an excellent quality carbon steel that needs to be wiped dry after hand washing to avoid rust. Once a patina forms, it will turn black and will become less reactive.

  • Brand: Hatsukokoro
  • Location: Tosa, Japan
  • Steel: Shirogami #2 (White #2)
  • Cladding: Iron
  • Finish: Kasumi
  • Edge Grind: Single-Bevel, Right-Handed Traditional
  • Engraving: Laser
  • Weight: 5.4 oz (152 g)
  • Blade Length: 145 mm
  • Total Length: 283 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 3.8 mm
  • Blade Height: 43.5 mm
  • Handle: Wenge Octagonal
  • Ferrule: Buffalo Horn

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|hasibewh2ki1||item-1||solidtemplate||buknupto17an||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/hatsukokoro-single-bevel-w2-kiritsuke-195mm-100.png||||||Hatsukokoro White #2 Single Bevel Kiritsuke 195mm||HAW2-K195||resources > bannobunkas > buknupto17an > ||Knife Types > Bunka Knives > Bunka Knives 170mm and Longer > ||260.000||260.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Hatsukokoro's Shirasagi ("egret") Single Bevel knives are produced by Myojin Riki Seisakusho in Tosa using White #2 steel.

    The Hatsukokoro White #2 Kiritsuke 195mm is a single-bevel knife that is meant for right-handed users only. This is a great deal on a hard-to-find item that is made by a small blacksmith shop. It comes with a nice kasumi (polished) finish. The steel is White #2, which is an excellent quality carbon steel that needs to be wiped dry after hand washing to avoid rust. Once a patina forms, it will turn black and will become less reactive.

  • Brand: Hatsukokoro
  • Location: Tosa, Japan
  • Steel: Shirogami #2 (White #2)
  • Cladding: Iron
  • Finish: Kasumi
  • Edge Grind: Single-Bevel, Right-Handed, Traditional
  • Engraving: Laser
  • Weight: 7.5 oz (212 g)
  • Blade Length: 182 mm
  • Total Length: 330 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 4.0 mm
  • Blade Height: 44.7 mm
  • Handle: Wenge Octagonal
  • Ferrule: Buffalo Horn
  • Photos by Gustavo Bermudez

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|hasibewh2ki2||item-1||solidtemplate||kiupto21||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/hatsukokoro-single-bevel-w2-kiritsuke-210mm-103.png||||||Hatsukokoro White #2 Single Bevel Kiritsuke 210mm||HAW2-K210||resources > kiritsukeknife > kiupto21 > ||Knife Types > Kiritsukes > Kiritsukes Up To 210mm > ||290.000||290.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Hatsukokoro's Shirasagi ("egret") Single Bevel knives are produced by Myojin Riki Seisakusho in Tosa using White #2 steel.

    The Hatsukokoro White #2 Kiritsuke 210mm is a single-bevel knife that is meant for right-handed users only. This is a great deal on a hard-to-find item that is made by a small blacksmith shop. It comes with a nice kasumi (polished) finish. The steel is White #2, which is an excellent quality carbon steel that needs to be wiped dry after hand washing to avoid rust. Once a patina forms, it will turn black and will become less reactive.

  • Brand: Hatsukokoro
  • Location: Tosa, Japan
  • Steel: Shirogami #2 (White #2)
  • Cladding: Iron
  • Finish: Kasumi
  • Edge Grind: Single-Bevel, Right-Handed, Traditional
  • Engraving: Laser
  • Weight: 8.8 oz (248 g)
  • Blade Length: 201 mm
  • Total Length: 355 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 4.3 mm
  • Blade Height: 46.7 mm
  • Handle: Wenge Octagonal
  • Ferrule: Buffalo Horn
  • Please note that we recommend the 8" felt guard for blade protection, as we do not carry a saya that will fit this knife||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|hasibewh2ki21||item-1||solidtemplate||ki24andab||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/hatsukokoro-single-bevel-w2-kiritsuke-240mm-80.png||||||Hatsukokoro White #2 Single Bevel Kiritsuke 240mm||HAW2-K240||resources > kiritsukeknife > ki24andab > ||Knife Types > Kiritsukes > Kiritsukes 240mm and Above > ||330.000||330.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Hatsukokoro's Shirasagi ("egret") Single Bevel knives are produced by Myojin Riki Seisakusho in Tosa using White #2 steel.

    The Hatsukokoro White #2 Kiritsuke 240mm is a single-bevel knife that is meant for right-handed users only. This is a great deal on a hard-to-find item that is made by a small blacksmith shop. It comes with a nice kasumi (polished) finish. The steel is White #2, which is an excellent quality carbon steel that needs to be wiped dry after hand washing to avoid rust. Once a patina forms, it will turn black and will become less reactive.

  • Brand: Hatsukokoro
  • Location: Tosa, Japan
  • Steel: Shirogami #2 (White #2)
  • Cladding: Iron
  • Finish: Kasumi
  • Edge Grind: Single-Bevel, Right-Handed, Traditional
  • Engraving: Laser
  • Weight: 9.7 oz (274 g)
  • Blade Length: 232 mm
  • Total Length: 385 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 4.4 mm
  • Blade Height: 49.7 mm
  • Handle: Wenge Octagonal
  • Ferrule: Buffalo Horn||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|hatsukokoro3||item.||solidtemplate||hatsukokoro||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/hatsukokoro-komorebi-blue-2-gyuto-210mm-custom-424.png||||||Hatsukokoro Yorokobi||||specials > forknco > hatsukokoro > ||Resources > For Knife Collectors > Hatsukokoro Knives > ||||||||||||||||0||1||0||0||||hayosldgy18 ||||Discover the impeccable fusion of meticulous craftsmanship and artistic design in the Hatsukokoro Yorokobi SLD Rainbow Damascus 180mm petty. Meticulously forged in Sanjo, Japan by the master blacksmith behind the renowned Komorebi series, this chef's knife showcases SLD semi-stain resistant steel, promising enduring strength, straightforward honing, and remarkable edge longevity.||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|hayosldgy18||item-1||solidtemplate||hatsukokoro3||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/hatsukokoro-yorokobi-sld-gyuto-185mm-94.png||||||Hatsukokoro Yorokobi SLD Gyuto 185mm||HOM-G185||specials > forknco > hatsukokoro > hatsukokoro3 > ||Resources > For Knife Collectors > Hatsukokoro Knives > Hatsukokoro Yorokobi > ||320.000||320.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Discover the impeccable fusion of meticulous craftsmanship and artistic design in the Hatsukokoro Yorokobi SLD Rainbow Damascus 180mm gyuto. Meticulously forged in Sanjo, Japan by the master blacksmith behind the renowned Komorebi series, this chef's knife showcases SLD semi-stain resistant steel, promising enduring strength, straightforward honing, and remarkable edge longevity.

  • Weight: 6.3 oz (178 g)
  • Edge Length: 186 mm
  • Total Length: 332 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 3.4 mm
  • Blade Height at Base: 49.9 mm||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|hattoriknives1||link.||||knives1||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/hattori-knives-36.png||||||Hattori Knives||||knives1 > ||Japanese Knives > ||||||||||||||||0||0||0||0||||||||||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|higrst3||item.||solidtemplate||shglkachst||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/high-grit-stones-3-000-30-000-92.png||||||High Grit Stones 3,000-30,000||||specials > linecooks > sharpening-stones > shglkachst > ||Resources > For Professionals > Sharpening Stones > All Sharpening Stones by Grit > ||||||||||||||||0||1||0||0||||nalowa30gr calphalon-cookware nasust5gr ch3grstba shgl40gr suri50grst shpro50 superstone5 nach50grwast suce60 natrst60gr takenoko8000 nonohone kitayama8000 shgl80gr natrst40gr nasust8grnob nasnwh8 ornasnwh8k na im10fist shro40grcesh shglst10gr naho10grst1 nach10supowa shpro15gr na12grsu atmequ shgl16gr shpro80 angust ||||Here is our selection of our high grit stones from 3k-30k.||||||||http://chefknivestogo.stores.turbify.net/higrst3.html||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|hibl2fosp||item-1||solidtemplate||foldingknives||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/higo-blue-2-folder-speckled-213.png||||||Higo Blue #2 Folder Speckled ||Higo-SG-Type2||resources > foldingknives > ||Knife Types > Higo Folders, Hunters, Axes > ||29.950||29.950 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||We don’t often delve into the world of pocket or folding knives. But when we were offered this little beauty we thought it might be a nice addition to the store…and our customers' kitchen drawers or tool boxes.

    The higo folder is made in Miki City by a very small shop that specializes in knives of this type. Higo is an abbreviation of higonokami, which is a type of folding knife that originated in Miki, Hyogo Prefecture, in 1896. The term "higo no kami" means "Lord of Higo" in Japanese, in honor of the Lord of the Kyushu area of Japan, where the knife originated. Higos are abbreviated from the original name because the actual higonokami word is a trademark owned by a Miki Knife Guild that has granted sole use to just one maker.

    The higo knife has no locking system. Rather, it is a friction folder or "penny knife." These knives work with the friction of the swivel and the pressure of the user's thumb on its lever or chikiri. This arrangement prevents the knife from folding during use.

    This is a great little higo that stands out due to the good looking speckled handle that adds some bling to the package. The handle is also printed with some nice kanji which also appear on the blade face.

  • Weight: 1.5oz
  • Cutting Edge Length: 71mm
  • Total Length, Blade Open: 170mm
  • Total Length, Blade Closed: 98mm
  • Spine Thickness: 3.13mm
  • Blade Height: 13mm||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|hifobl2tosh||item-1||solidtemplate||giftideas||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/higo-folder-blue-2-tortoise-shell-175.png||||||Higo Folder Blue #2 Tortoise Shell ||HIGO-SPE2||knife-accessories > giftideas > ||Accessories > Gift Ideas > ||29.950||29.950 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||We don’t often delve into the world of pocket or folding knives. But when we were offered this little beauty we thought it might be a nice addition to the store…and our customers' kitchen drawers or tool boxes.

    The higo folder is made in Miki City by a very small shop that specializes in knives of this type. Higo is an abbreviation of higonokami, which is a type of folding knife that originated in Miki, Hyogo Prefecture, in 1896. The term "higo no kami" means "Lord of Higo" in Japanese, in honor of the Lord of the Kyushu area of Japan, where the knife originated. Higos are abbreviated from the original name because the actual higonokami word is a trademark owned by a Miki Knife Guild that has granted sole use to just one maker.

    The higo knife has no locking system. Rather, it is a friction folder or "penny knife." These knives work with the friction of the swivel and the pressure of the user's thumb on its lever or chikiri. This arrangement prevents the knife from folding during use.

    This is a great little higo that stands out due to the good looking tortoise shell acrylic handle. The handle is also printed with some gold colored kanji elements which also appear on the blade face.||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|hifosk4me||item-1||solidtemplate||newarrivals||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/higo-folder-sk4-medium-106.png||||||Higo Folder SK4 Kurouchi Medium||Higo-MedKurouchi||newarrivals > ||New Arrivals > ||12.950||12.950 ||||||||0.200 ||||1||1||1||0||||||||These little higo folders were a common item among most kids in rural Japan for many decades. They're inexpensive, easy to flip open and perform a variety of tasks. This one comes with SK4 high carbon steel and it's clad with soft iron so it will oxidize if you get it wet.

  • Weight: 1.4oz
  • Cutting Edge Length: 71mm
  • Total Length, Blade Open: 170mm
  • Total Length, Blade Closed: 98mm
  • Spine Thickness: 2.73mm
  • Blade Height: 13mm||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|hifopove||item-1||solidtemplate||foldingknives||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/higo-folder-polished-version-66.png||||||Higo Folder SK4 Polished Medium||Higo-MedShiny||resources > foldingknives > ||Knife Types > Higo Folders, Hunters, Axes > ||12.950||12.950 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Higo Folder Polished Version is the same as our other carbon steel higo folder except they polished the blade. Blade is reactive carbon steel and they are very common in Japan. Makes a good box cutter.

  • Edge Length: 72mm
  • Blade Height: 13.5mm
  • Weight: 1.4oz||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|shtabl2dara||item-1||solidtemplate||allshtakn||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/shigeki-tanaka-blue-2-damascus-razor-102.png||||||Higo Folder VG10 Kurumi||Higo-Kurumi||specials > forknco > tanaka-knives > allshtakn > ||Resources > For Knife Collectors > Tanaka, (Shigeki) > All Shigeki Tanaka Knives > ||79.950||79.950 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||This small higo folder is made with good quality VG10 stainless steel. It is named "Kurumi" which means "Walnut" in Japanese, after the walnut wood handle scales. It's a lovely-looking Japanese pocket knife. Weight: 1.2 oz (34 g) Blade Length: 72 mm Total Length When Opened: 185 mm||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|foldingknives||item.||solidtemplate||resources||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/folding-knives-52.png||||||Higo Folders, Hunters, Axes||||resources > ||Knife Types > ||||||||regiwipute||||||||0||1||0||0||||kowh2wifash5 doibl2hohu12 hifobl2tosh hibl2fosp hifosk4me hifopove shtabl2dara hivgfoso regiwipute okfoko okbl2hu12 okgifoko60 okwh2kuko12 jashkn mizunoax micastaxe micastax10 yukusg2japok ||||While Chef Knives To Go is dedicated to making outstanding kitchen cutlery available at competitive prices, many of the makers we have built relationships with also produce cutlery for other applications. These folding knives bring first rate cutlery steels and world class craftsmanship out of the kitchen and put them into your pocket for everyday tasks like opening packages or portioning snack items on the go--or even just passing time whittling twigs on the back porch.||||||||http://chefknivestogo.stores.turbify.net/foldingknives.html||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|hivgfoso||item-1||solidtemplate||foldingknives||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/higo-vg10-folder-sora-214.png||||||Higo VG10 Folder Sora||HigoFolder-SoraBlue||resources > foldingknives > ||Knife Types > Higo Folders, Hunters, Axes > ||79.950||79.950 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||This small higo folder is made with good quality VG10 steel. It is named "Sora," which means "sky" in Japanese, after the sky-blue wooden handle scales. It's a lovely-looking Japanese pocket knife.

  • Weight: 1.2 oz (34 g)
  • Blade Length: 72 mm
  • Total Length When Opened: 185 mm||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|hinokuni1||item.||solidtemplate||blue1steel||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/hinokuni-knives-64.png||||||Hinokuni Knives||||shopbysteel > blue1steel > ||Shop by Steel > Blue #1 Steel > ||||||||Sakai Yukihiro makes Hinokuni knives.||||||||0||1||0||0||||hish1pe15 hish1bu18 hish1na18 hish1sa18 hish1tana18 hish1sa21 hinokuni hish1gy24 ||||Hinokuni knives are made by Sakai Yukihiro, a 31-year-old blacksmith from Kumamoto prefecture who recently became independent after apprenticing for Nishida san (whose knives we also sell). The steel he uses is Shirogami #1.||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|hish1bu18||item-1||solidtemplate||buknupto17an||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/hinokuni-shirogami-1-bunka-180mm-235.png||||||Hinokuni Shirogami #1 Bunka 180mm||Hinokuni-Bunka||resources > bannobunkas > buknupto17an > ||Knife Types > Bunka Knives > Bunka Knives 170mm and Longer > ||100.000||100.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Hinokuni Shirogami #1 Bunka 180mm. Hinokuni san is a 31-year-old blacksmith from Kumamoto prefecture who recently became independent after apprenticing for Nishida san (whose knives we sell). The steel he uses is Shirogami #1. The sign of a good knife is the manner in which it is ground, and you can see in the 4th photo the exquisite grind this blade has, which makes for outstanding cutting action and ease of sharpening. Our bunka sayas do not fit this knife.

    Shirogami (White) #1, a pure carbon steel alloy, is almost identical to Blue #1 steel except for the absence of chromium and tungsten. Also known as Shiro-ko, this is a trendy steel for high-end Japanese cutlery, especially in Honyaki blades. These knives take an extremely fine edge and are easy to sharpen. It is very reactive so wiping down and drying should be done after every use.

  • Maker: Hinokuni
  • Construction: San Mai, Hammer Forged
  • Edge Steel: Shirogami #1
  • Cladding: Iron
  • Finish: Kurouchi
  • Edge Grind: Even, Double Bevel
  • Handle: Cherry Oval
  • Ferrule: Black Plastic
  • Weight: 5.7 oz (164 g)
  • Edge Length: 180 mm
  • Total Length: 326 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 3.5 mm
  • Blade Height: 48.1 mm

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|hinokuni||item-1||solidtemplate||hinokuni1||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/hinokuni-gyuto-210mm-95.png||||||Hinokuni Shirogami #1 Gyuto 210mm||Hinokuni-G210||shopbysteel > blue1steel > hinokuni1 > ||Shop by Steel > Blue #1 Steel > Hinokuni Knives > ||130.000||130.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Hinokuni san is a 31-year-old blacksmith from Kumamoto prefecture who recently became independent after apprenticing for Nishida san (whose knives we also sell). The steel he uses is Shirogami #1. The sign of a good knife is the manner in which it is ground and you can see on the 4th photo the exquisite grind this blade has which makes for outstanding cutting action and ease of sharpening.

    Shirogami (White) #1, a very pure carbon steel alloy, is almost identical to Blue #1 steel except for the absence of chromium and tungsten. Also known as Shiro-ko, this is a very popular steel for high-end Japanese cutlery, especially in Honyaki blades. These knives take an extremely fine edge and are easy to sharpen. It is very reactive so wiping down and drying should be done after every use.

  • Maker: Hinokuni
  • Construction: San Mai, Hammer Forged
  • Edge Steel: Shirogami #1
  • Cladding: Iron
  • Finish: Kurouchi
  • Edge Grind: Even, Double Bevel
  • Handle: Cherry Oval
  • Ferrule: Black Plastic
  • Weight: 6.3 oz (178 g)
  • Edge Length: 211 mm
  • Total Length: 355 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 3.9 mm
  • Blade Height: 45.3 mm||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|hish1gy24||item-1||solidtemplate||hinokuni1||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/hinokuni-shirogami-1-gyuto-240mm-338.png||||||Hinokuni Shirogami #1 Gyuto 240mm||Hinokuni-G240||shopbysteel > blue1steel > hinokuni1 > ||Shop by Steel > Blue #1 Steel > Hinokuni Knives > ||145.000||145.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Hinokuni san is a 31-year-old blacksmith from Kumamoto prefecture who recently became independent after apprenticing for Nishida san (whose knives we also sell). The steel he uses is Shirogami #1. The sign of a good knife is the manner in which it is ground and you can see on the 4th photo the exquisite grind this blade has which makes for outstanding cutting action and ease of sharpening.

    Shirogami (White) #1, a very pure carbon steel alloy, is almost identical to Blue #1 steel except for the absence of chromium and tungsten. Also known as Shiro-ko, this is a very popular steel for high-end Japanese cutlery, especially in Honyaki blades. These knives take an extremely fine edge and are easy to sharpen. It is very reactive so wiping down and drying should be done after every use.

  • Maker: Hinokuni
  • Construction: San Mai, Hammer Forged
  • Edge Steel: Shirogami #1
  • Cladding: Iron
  • Finish: Kurouchi
  • Edge Grind: Even, Double Bevel
  • Handle: Cherry Oval
  • Ferrule: Black Plastic
  • Edge Length: 243mm
  • Blade Height: 49mm
  • Weight: 6.9oz / 196g

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|hish1na18||item-1||solidtemplate||wahana||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/hinokuni-shirogami-1-nakiri-180mm-222.png||||||Hinokuni Shirogami #1 Nakiri 180mm||Hinokuni-N180||resources > nakiri-knives > wahana > ||Knife Types > Nakiris > Wa Handled Nakiris > ||119.950||119.950 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Hinokuni san is a 31-year-old blacksmith from Kumamoto prefecture who recently became independent after apprenticing for Nishida san (whose knives we also sell). The steel he uses is Shirogami #1.

    Shirogami (White) #1, a very pure carbon steel alloy, is almost identical to Blue #1 steel except for the absence of chromium and tungsten. Also known as Shiro-ko, this is a very popular steel for high-end Japanese cutlery, especially in Honyaki blades. These knives take an extremely fine edge and are easy to sharpen. It is very reactive so wiping down and drying should be done after every use.

  • Maker: Hinokuni
  • Construction: San Mai, Hammer Forged
  • Edge Steel: Shirogami #1
  • Cladding: Iron
  • Finish: Kurouchi
  • Edge Grind: Even, Double Bevel
  • Handle: Cherry Oval
  • Ferrule: Black Plastic
  • Weight: 7.0 oz (198 g)
  • Edge Length: 181 mm
  • Total Length: 322 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Heel: 3.2 mm
  • Blade Height at Heel: 50.2 mm||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|hish1pe15||item-1||solidtemplate||hinokuni1||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/hinokuni-shirogami-1-petty-150mm-61.png||||||Hinokuni Shirogami #1 Petty 150mm||Hinokuni-P150||shopbysteel > blue1steel > hinokuni1 > ||Shop by Steel > Blue #1 Steel > Hinokuni Knives > ||90.000||90.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Hinokuni Shirogami #1 Petty 150mm. Hinokuni san is a 31-year-old blacksmith from Kumamoto prefecture who recently became independent after apprenticing for Nishida san (whose knives we also sell). The steel he uses is Shirogami #1. The sign of a good knife is the manner in which it is ground and you can see on the 4th photo the exquisite grind this blade has which makes for outstanding cutting action and ease of sharpening.

    Shirogami (White) #1, a very pure carbon steel alloy, is almost identical to Blue #1 steel except for the absence of chromium and tungsten. Also known as Shiro-ko, this is a very popular steel for high-end Japanese cutlery, especially in Honyaki blades. These knives take an extremely fine edge and are easy to sharpen. It is very reactive so wiping down and drying should be done after every use.

  • Maker: Hinokuni
  • Construction: San Mai, Hammer Forged
  • Edge Steel: Shirogami #1
  • Cladding: Iron
  • Finish: Kurouchi
  • Edge Grind: Even, Double Bevel
  • Handle: Cherry Oval
  • Ferrule: Black Plastic
  • Weight: 4.3 oz (122 g)
  • Edge Length: 154 mm
  • Total Length: 283 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 3.8 mm
  • Blade Height at Base: 41.7 mm||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|hish1sa18||item-1||solidtemplate||wahasa||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/hinokuni-shirogami-1-santoku-180mm-235.png||||||Hinokuni Shirogami #1 Santoku 180mm||Hinokuni-S180||resources > santokuknives > wahasa > ||Knife Types > Santokus > Wa Handled Santokus > ||100.000||100.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Hinokuni Shirogami #1 Santoku 180mm. Hinokuni san is a 31-year-old blacksmith from Kumamoto prefecture who recently became independent after apprenticing for Nishida san (whose knives we also sell). The steel he uses is Shirogami #1. The sign of a good knife is the manner in which it is ground and you can see on the 4th photo the exquisite grind this blade has which makes for outstanding cutting action and ease of sharpening.

    Shirogami (White) #1, a very pure carbon steel alloy, is almost identical to Blue #1 steel except for the absence of chromium and tungsten. Also known as Shiro-ko, this is a very popular steel for high-end Japanese cutlery, especially in Honyaki blades. These knives take an extremely fine edge and are easy to sharpen. It is very reactive so wiping down and drying should be done after every use.

  • Maker: Hinokuni
  • Construction: San Mai, Hammer Forged
  • Edge Steel: Shirogami #1
  • Cladding: Iron
  • Finish: Kurouchi
  • Edge Grind: Even, Double Bevel
  • Handle: Cherry Oval
  • Ferrule: Black Plastic
  • Weight: 6.5 oz (184 g)
  • Edge Length: 184 mm
  • Total Length: 324 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 3.4 mm
  • Blade Height: 49.8 mm||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|hish1sa21||item-1||solidtemplate||hinokuni1||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/hinokuni-shirogami-1-santoku-210mm-346.png||||||Hinokuni Shirogami #1 Santoku 210mm||Hinokuni-S210||shopbysteel > blue1steel > hinokuni1 > ||Shop by Steel > Blue #1 Steel > Hinokuni Knives > ||130.000||130.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Hinokuni san is a 31-year-old blacksmith from Kumamoto prefecture who recently became independent after apprenticing for Nishida san (whose knives we also sell). The steel he uses is Shirogami #1. The sign of a good knife is the manner in which it is ground and you can see on the 4th photo the exquisite grind this blade has which makes for outstanding cutting action and ease of sharpening.

    Shirogami (White) #1, a very pure carbon steel alloy, is almost identical to Blue #1 steel except for the absence of chromium and tungsten. Also known as Shiro-ko, this is a very popular steel for high-end Japanese cutlery, especially in Honyaki blades. These knives take an extremely fine edge and are easy to sharpen. It is very reactive so wiping down and drying should be done after every use.

  • Maker: Hinokuni
  • Construction: San Mai, Hammer Forged
  • Edge Steel: Shirogami #1
  • Cladding: Iron
  • Finish: Kurouchi
  • Edge Grind: Even, Double Bevel
  • Handle: Cherry Oval
  • Ferrule: Black Plastic
  • Weight: 6.1 oz (174 g)
  • Blade Length: 215 mm
  • Total Length: 358 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 2.7 mm
  • Blade Height: 51.3 mm
  • Please note that we do not have a saya that will fit this knife--we recommend the felt blade guard instead

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|hish1tana18||item-1||solidtemplate||tallnakiris||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/hinokuni-shirogami-1-tall-nakiri-185mm-222.png||||||Hinokuni Shirogami #1 Tall Nakiri 185mm||Hinokuni-TallNakiri||resources > nakiri-knives > tallnakiris > ||Knife Types > Nakiris > Tall Nakiris > ||179.950||179.950 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Hinokuni san is a 31-year-old blacksmith from Kumamoto prefecture who recently became independent after apprenticing for Nishida san (whose knives we also sell). The steel he uses is Shirogami #1.

    Shirogami (White) #1, a very pure carbon steel alloy, is almost identical to Blue #1 steel except for the absence of chromium and tungsten. Also known as Shiro-ko, this is a very popular steel for high-end Japanese cutlery, especially in Honyaki blades. These knives take an extremely fine edge and are easy to sharpen. It is very reactive so wiping down and drying should be done after every use.

  • Maker: Hinokuni
  • Construction: San Mai, Hammer Forged
  • Edge Steel: Shirogami #1
  • Cladding: Iron
  • Finish: Kurouchi
  • Edge Grind: Even, Double Bevel
  • Handle: Cherry Oval
  • Ferrule: Black Plastic
  • Weight: 9.4 oz (266 g)
  • Edge Length: 180 mm
  • Total Length: 317 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Heel: 3.9 mm
  • Blade Height at Heel: 67.1 mm
  • Measurements can vary from knife to knife
  • We do not have a saya that will fit this knife--we recommend the felt blade guard||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|hiofsaknma||item.||solidtemplate||cktginnews||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/history-of-sakai-knife-makers-56.png||||||History of Sakai Knife Makers||||specials > cktginnews > ||Resources > Japanese Blacksmith Regions > ||||||||||||||||0||1||0||0||||keijirodoi konosuke-knives suisinknives takayuki-knives ||||What do the Portuguese and tobacco have to do with Sakai knife making tradition in the Sakai region? Plenty. Osaka/Sakai is a port town and the Portuguese sailed to this area and began trading guns and tobacco to the Japanese starting in 1543. The Japanese took well to both items and Japanese farmers began tobacco farming soon thereafter. Initially, most of the production was made for the elite classes of society. The tobacco leaves were cut finely and smoked in pipes. Of course they needed a good sharp knife to process the leaves and some entrepreneurial blacksmiths developed the necessary techniques to manufacturer a high quality tobacco knife for the task. The knife resembled a tall cleaver. The photo to the left is an example of one of these knives. These knives quickly became famous for their cutting performance and the Sakai name became synonymous with quality blacksmith production of steel cutting tools.

    The makers of these knives developed a network of small artisan shops that focused exclusively on different tasks of the knife making process, such as grinding, handle making, and engraving. These artisans co-operated with dealers that acted as general contractors for the production of knives under many different brand names but all used the Sakai Wazashu seal of quality. Blacksmiths would do the initial forging, hammering, and heat treating of the blades, then the grinders would grind and sharpen the edge. Next the knives would be sent to the handlers, then engraved by the knife distributor who sold the knives to other dealers under their family names. Astonishingly, this method of production survives to this day. This unique, collaborative feature of the Sakai knife makers is partly responsible for the high quality knives produced. Below we offer several knife makers that all produce knives from Sakai artisans in this same fashion.||||||||http://chefknivestogo.stores.turbify.net/hiofsaknma.html||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|hioftaviec||item.||solidtemplate||cktginnews||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/history-of-takefu-village-echizen-56.png||||||History of Takefu Village/ Echizen||||specials > cktginnews > ||Resources > Japanese Blacksmith Regions > ||||||||||||||||0||1||0||0||||kaan kurosakiknives masakageyuki masakageshimo musakagekoishi masakagemizu kanehiro tasakn1 ||||Tradition and History

    About 700 years ago, Kuniyasu Chizuru, a sword craftsman of Kyoto was searching for water that anneals excellent swords. During his journey, he happened to stay at Takefu and while there created swords and sickles. At one point Takefu was the biggest producer of agricultural tools in Japan and were sold by peddlers all around Japan. The blades were very unique to the Hokuriku area. Lacquer painters were traveling all over Japan to look for lacquer for their Echizen lacquerware. They used Takefu’s sickles, sold them and brought back orders for sickles that were specifically designed to be suitable for the areas where the farmers lived.



    It was Mid-Edo Period when Echizen-Uchi-Hamono, especially Echizen Sickles (Kama) became number one in production in Japan. In the historical document that was written in Kanmon 8 (1668) about famous products in Echizen, Kama and Nagatana (same as Nakiri) were included. In the second book about local products, “Echihan Juuiroku”, written in the Kanpo period (1741-1744) Kama and Nata of Fuchu were mentioned as famous products. In Bunka 12 (1815), in “Echizen-kuni Meikeiko”, written by Sensho Inoue, Kama and Nata of Fuchu were mentioned as products of Fuchu-Takefu as well. Also, in a historical document written at the end of Edo period, there are facts about products that were sent to other regions from Echizen and their prices. According to the document, two million ryo (currency at that time) was made from selling Kama and Nagatana of Fuchu-Takefu.

    In the Meiji period, due to abolition of feudal domains, establishment of prefectures, disbandment of Kabunakama (merchant guild entrusted by the shogunate to manage its respective trade) and loss of perquisites from Protection Policy, a decrease of production and quality was observed. However, national production of Kama in Meiji 7 (1874) was estimated at about 3.53 million ryo. With that, 27.5%, or 970,000 Kama, were produced in Takefu. A runner-up was Niigata Prefecture where 250,000 were produced, significantly fewer than were produced in Takefu.

    In the beginning of the Showa period (1926-1989), the silk fabric industry was thriving and knives and Kama to cut mulberry were necessary for sericulture, therefore production of mulberry cutting knives and Kama increased. Additionally, nakiris and rice cropping kama were in demand, so knife industry in Takefu had stable growth. In January of Showa 54 (1979), Echizen uchi-hamono was designated as a traditional craft by the Japanese government, which was the first designation in the national uchi-hamono industry. The Uchi-hamono that were designated were knives, Kama, Nata and cropping scissors. There are plenty of historical resources regarding Takefu knives. They have a longer history compared to other Uchi-hamono blades. Additionally, Takefu knives have been highly recognized for supplying excellent products to the whole country for 700 years.



    The value of current production is only about a few % in the country, so Takefu’s rank has been going down. Since Takefu knives received national designation in Showa 57(1982), Group of Four - Echizen Uchi-hamono Product started a cooperative framework to aim for industrial development, thus the Association of Product Union was founded. And then, in July of the same year, a development plan to promote the production region was approved by the Ministry of International Trade and Industry.

    This history of the blacksmith tradition of Echizen was written by the Takefu Co-operative/association. Our translator Erina Olstadt did the translation.||||||||http://chefknivestogo.stores.turbify.net/hioftaviec.html||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|hioftokn||item.||solidtemplate||cktginnews||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/history-of-tosa-knives-71.png||||||History of Tosa knives||||specials > cktginnews > ||Resources > Japanese Blacksmith Regions > ||||||||||||||||0||1||0||0||||murata ||||Tosa faces to the Pacific Ocean in the south and is walled by steep mountains on other three sides, and this made the area rather isolated in old days. The people had to climb up and down the mountains to go out to Osaka, Edo and other areas. It's important to understand the many of these regions were separate territories that developed unique customs from other competing states much in the way Italy developed after the fall of the Roman Empire. Because of this isolation, Tosa traditionally and still to this day have a unique culture from other areas of Japan. You can see this different culture in the knives that are made in the Tosa region.

    Many Tosa blacksmiths enjoy making kurouchi knives and the area is known for this type of finish using hammer forge techniques in making their knives. We will be concentrating our efforts to obtain more Tosa knife makers in the coming year.||||||||http://chefknivestogo.stores.turbify.net/hioftokn.html||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|homepage28||link.||||||||||||Home Page||||||||||||||||||||||0||0||0||0||||||||||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|homepage17||link.||||||||||||Home Page||||||||||||||||||||||0||0||0||0||||||||||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|homepage29||link.||||||||||||Home Page||||||||||||||||||||||0||0||0||0||||||||||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|homepage22||link.||||||||||||Home Page||||||||||||||||||||||0||0||0||0||||||||||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|honesuki||item.||solidtemplate||resources||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/honesuki-knives-64.png||||||Honesukis||||resources > ||Knife Types > ||||||||||||||||0||1||0||0||||anbl2haho15 dav2ho14 da52ho14 dalesphobokn enbl2ho15 ensrho15 havgtsho15 hawh2ho15 isw2hocu kanehide kabeho15leha katkhori15 katkho18fiha katkbokn15le yohiwh2ho15 kielcaho15 koaosuho15 kobl2waho15 kosldho15 kobl2naho15 kohaho15 kohaho151 koweasho150 macprbokn6 makoho15 mayuho15 makiho15 mashho mabl2naho15 moho15 okgiho15 okwh2haho okwh2ho15 okbl2ho15 fucunaho15se tabl2ho15 satavgdahaho fufkmbo14 tatowh2ho15 tatowh2ga18 tatowh2mu18 tapade18 tagrchho15 todputkn15 yawh1ho15 yabl2ho yawibopekn yofuwh1ho15 yubl2ho151 yubl2naho15 siho150sab honesukisaya ||||Honesukis are boning knives specifically designed for parting out poultry. These knives are stiff and robust with pointed tips and a triangular profile. Honesukis are often single-bevel knives so users should be aware of how to maintain knives with this type of grind.||||||||http://chefknivestogo.stores.turbify.net/honesuki.html||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|id12cerodwna||item-1||solidtemplate||drmastpr||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/idahone-12-fine-ceramic-rod-w-wood-handle-65.png||||||Idahone Fine Ceramic Rod 12"||R12-L||specials > drmastpr > ||Resources > Dr Matt's Straight Razor > ||38.500||38.500 ||||||

    Average rating is 4.8
    5.0
    By:  Steve
    Methuen, MA
    My knives are nice and sharp now. Way better than a "sharpening" steel.
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    5.0
    By:  Eamon Burke
    DFW
    This is a great rod! Aggressive and fast, but not ultra low grit. It is a 1200 Grit, about 20 Microns, and works great. Also handy for pulling the burr off of cheaper steel knives. The steel will discolor the rod, but it will continue to work well.

    Fast, neat abrasion. And made in America.
    0.3
    5.0
    By:  Trey
    Nashville, TN
    This is an amazing deal. Can't beat it. As for the steel discoloring the rod, you can buy the Ceramic Eraser here for next to nothing and it works great too.
    0.3
    5.0
    By:  Alex Haben
    Eureka, CA
    Great high quality hone for the price. Keeps all my cooking knives nice and sharp.
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    4.0
    By:  Bill billenstein
    Los Angeles, CA
    Great product would be nice if it had one flat side so it dosent roll off table tops.
    0.3
    5.0
    By:  Nora
    Phoenix, AZ
    Kudos to CKTG! Great product, lightning fast shipping and great communication. Will >be a repeat customer.
    0.3
    5.0
    By:  Nora
    Phoenix, AZ
    The Idahone ceramic honing rod speaks for itself...great product. CKTG does it right, product, price, communication & delivery, perfect transaction. Will shop again.
    0.3
    5.0
    By:  Steve
    St. Louis, MO
    This thing is great! I use it on softer steel knives like Henckels/Victorinox Forschner and on my harder steel Japanese knives. A few very light passes on each side and my blades come back to paper towel shredding sharpness. What works best for me is to hold the Idahone horizontally, with the tip on the edge of a kitchen countertop. I then hone the blade almost as I would on a sharpening stone. I would rate the Idahone fine at 2K Japanese water stone grit level, maybe even finer - it puts a nice toothy edge on all the steels I've tried thus far.

    Get the eraser as well - it's inexpensive and it just works.
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    5.0
    By:  Bryan
    Doylestown, PA
    This thing works great. It's sturdy and does what it is supposed to do. It has a good fit and finish.
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    4.0
    By:  ANTHONY B. MCLORG
    Mayfield Heights, OH
    I think the rod is quite nice for its purpose. However I am disappointed to find a nick in the honing surface. If I had been buying it in person I would have inspected it and found another without the flaw. It still does a very nice job on my Shun knife but I have to be careful to miss the nick.
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    5.0
    By:  Ramon
    Nice rod. Great deal for the money. Fine grit used it on my goko gyuto and it works well.
    0.3
    ||2.000 ||||1||1||1||0||||||||This Idahone fine ceramic rod has a natural wood handle on it. Comes with metal ring for easy hanging. 1200 grit. This is the exact same rod as the other one on the site except it has a natural wood handle instead of a black handle.

  • Weight: 7.6 ounces
  • Rod Length: 12"
  • Overall Length: 17.5"
  • Rod Diameter: 12.7 mm

    This rod also comes with an optional sheath that you can purchase using the drop down box. Here is a look at it:

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    Average rating is 5
    5.0
    By:  Houston
    So. Il
    Love these. They call it at 1200 grit and I think this is accurate. However, where this thing pulls double-duty is "cutting" the burr off of cheap steel edges. The 1200 grit with ultra light pressure leaves a fine edge for general kitchen chores. It is only fair to warn that these will break. They will also get stolen. My reason for purchasing here.
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    5.0
    By:  Ed Lewis
    Brattleboro, VT
    Exactly as anticipated - beautiful tool along w/ eraser
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    5.0
    By:  Larry Foy
    SE PA
    Bought a ceramic sharpener then read that I should not use on my Japanese style knife???
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    5.0
    By:  CK
    Wash, DC
    This is a great honing rod. Up to this point, I have used a global which seemed to do the trick. This rod is a finer grit than the global but seems to work every bit as well. (I don’t know what the grit is, but perhaps somebody could chime in and say). When I purchased this, I also purchased the Mac rod which is also a nice addition. The Mac is a well made honing rod that deserves more time on my knives before I submit a review. That said, when using the both the Idahone Fine and the Mac, I have to say that the former gets the nod. The edge this puts on the blade is remarkably fine, provides some toothyness, all with just a few swipes. As for my knives, I have had success with this rod on the whole lot. This includes my softer all carbon Sabatiers, and my harder Japanese blades (Moritaka and Misonos, both carbon and Ux10s). Oh, and you Sabatier holders out there: Let me say that again. This rod does a very good job with the carbon Sabs: Just three or four swipes a side and you are really good to go. Great edge, great performance. Simply put, other than the fact that the build is not quite as robust as the Mac, this is a great rod for the price. Look at it this way, for the price of a decent bottle of wine, you can get a hone that really does help you maintain a screaming sharp edge with ease. What more could you ask for?
    0.3
    5.0
    By:  Brent Kirk
    Richmond
    I use this after every shift and maybe a little between and It gets the perfect edge for all your kitchen work . the leather sheath is perfect. It cleans up real easily and never wears out. Other cooks in my kitchen have the diamond rods and when their start to wear out which will happen eventually they ask to borrow mine. its perfect
    0.3
    5.0
    By:  J. Brown
    Louisville, KY
    Excellent ceramic rod. Glad I decided on the 12". It's very comfortable with my 10" knives. The leather sheath is much nicer than I expected and a great add-on. Very happy with the purchase!
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    5.0
    By:  Jameel
    Mt Laurel, NJ
    Excellent hone. About 3 weeks into using a new Mac Mighty Chef's knife, I felt a slight slip on one section of the knife when slicing a tomato. One series of strokes across this hone, and the knife was working like it was out of the box. The length is perfect for a 9.5 in chef's knife. Highly recommended.
    0.3
    5.0
    By:  Glenn R
    Central NY
    Great performer. A big improvement from what I was using. Very happy with the purchase.
    0.3
    5.0
    By:  Manny c
    Cumberland, RI
    Works great. Chips easily so you may want to grab the protective sheath. Also if you not paying attention to the angle which you hold your knife you may cut this thing. I purchased this with my Tojiro because I read not to use steel on it.
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    5.0
    By:  A
    New York, NY
    I use this on some Japanese stainless and carbon steel knives. Fast and easy results. I should have bought this thing years ago. If you already have a bunch of stones and you get tired of setting up every time your knife needs a touch up, the Idahone will make your life a lot easier.
    0.3
    ||2.000 ||||1||1||1||0||||||||This ceramic rod is used to hone your knives and maintain the edge. This rod is considered a fine rod and has a 1200 grit. This rod has an optional leather sheath that you can purchase using the drop down box. This is the exact same rod as the other one on the site except for the handle color.

  • Weight: 7.6 ounces
  • Rod Length: 12"
  • Overall Length: 17.5"
  • Rod Diameter: 12.7 mm

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    Average rating is 4.8
    5.0
    By:  Erik
    Niceville
    This is my first hone stone at this grit level.



    I can say that it does only takes a few swipes and your edge will have a mirror finish.



    This stone is soft,i never used the SS10k,but even stropping with the tip first you can easily leave some grooves in the stone. this might be me and not so much the stone,but be warned it is soft.



    The stone feels very nice and smooth,like others have described as buttery.



    i feel a great purchase for the dollar amount.
    0.3
    5.0
    By:  EJ
    Seattle WA
    Fantastic deal on this stone! I really love the mirror finish it gives to my single bevel knives.
    0.3
    5.0
    By:  Les
    Myrtle Beach
    Have one of these for the edge pro,conssidering the price I was really blown away.



    I know that I am going to get alot of boos,but I will take this over the 10k Chosera any day,in price and performance,leaves a beautiful mirror,can be used after a 5/6k progression,but is really nice to have an 8k in between.



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    By:  Gary
    Philadelphia Pa
    I used this stone once at my buddies house and fell in love with it now I have one of my own and love it... it is butter smooth and gets an awesome semi mirror finish on the blade!!
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    4.0
    By:  Federico
    Hoboken,NJ
    A very nice finishing stone. It feels slightly softer/chalky than the Kitayama but if used with very light pressure it’ll create a very refined edge. I’ve used this with and without a Nagura and I find for stropping it works better without mud. I think the mud gets particles from the knife that don’t have a chance to break down when stropping and those particles could dull edge. I also like using green chromium oxide on a piece of flattened hard maple for stropping.
    0.3
    ||3.000 ||||1||1||1||0||||||||This magnesia based stone has been sold under several names. We call it by the manufacturer's name and the grit level. The Imanishi 10k stone is a great polishing stone and leaves a mirror finish. The stone gives great feedback, cuts fast and is medium hard. It is way softer than a chocera 10k but harder than an ss10k. This stone needs to be soaked for 15 minutes. Measures 76mm x 26mm x 210mm. Weighs 764g.

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    Average rating is 5
    5.0
    By:  Justin
    Fredericton NB
    I got this stone because my progression went from a 150 grit to 1000 grit stone,and I often felt like I needed something in between. I must say I really like this stone,it seems to work very fast but leaves a finish that cleans up easily,especially when I am comparing to a 150 grit stone. I had liked using my 1000 grit stone as my starting place for resharpening knives,this stone has taken over that job,as it does it faster. I really like this stone,the color gives you a good idea of how much metal you are removing and I find it feels very smooth to use. I recommend this stone to anyone,and would like to try more of them.
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    ||3.000 ||||1||1||1||0||||||||The Imanishi 400 Stone is a quick cutting stone with a very nice and consistent feel. It's one of the better low grit stones we offer and prefer it slightly over the Beston 500 and Chosera 400. 205mm x 75mm x 25mm and weighs 2.2 pounds (about 1 kg)

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    Average rating is 5
    5.0
    By:  Mark M.
    Paducah,Ky.
    I’ll have to say,this stone can cut it.

    (Pun intended) !!!! Haha. Yes,literally,whatever the need be. From chips in the edge,and even for lapping,the Pink Imanishi is now the one I turn to for such major tasks. I don’t even use my flattening stone,or my other 220-stone,when I can accomplish everything I need for labor intensive work as mentioned. This stone really can cut it. Give it a try if you’re tired of other stones dishing so bad and washing then down the sink. All my hard work now goes to this stone and I have yet to even flatten or lap it. Thanks for a great little beginning stone.
    0.3
    ||4.000 ||||1||1||1||0||||||||Imanishi Pink Brick 220 Grit Stone. This is an excellent low grit stone that cuts most anything fast. Like most low grit stones it dishes as it cuts. We recommend soaking this stone for about 10 minutes before you start. You can flatten this stone with a DMT XXC or Atoma 140 grit plate. Size - 205mm x 75mm x 50mm

    ||||||||http://chefknivestogo.stores.turbify.net/impibr.html||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|inpipopro220||item-1||solidtemplate||lowgrst10||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/inamnishi-pink-pop-rocks-220-73.png||||||Imanishi Pink Pop Rocks 220 Stone Fixer||PinkPopRocks||specials > linecooks > sharpening-stones > shglkachst > lowgrst10 > ||Resources > For Professionals > Sharpening Stones > All Sharpening Stones by Grit > Low Grit Stones 100-600 > ||39.950||39.950 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||We first thought of bubble gum when we looked at this stone but then pop rocks came to mind. This is a good low grit stone for those who don't want to spend the extra coin to purchase an Atoma 140. It's excellent as a flattening stone and it's also good for quick metal removal. It's porous and it drinks water so a good 10 minute soak as well as having some water to splash on top is a good idea. At this price it's an excellent deal. Measures 207x65x33mm. Weight is 670gr or about 1.5 pounds.

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    Average rating is 4
    4.0
    By:  Mark L
    OH
    works great,15 minutes soak time seems to be little too short though. 25 - 30 minutes work better for me.
    0.3
    4.0
    By:  ER
    Louisville,KY
    For a combo stone,this is probably the best on I’ve ever used.

    Needs a bit of a soak time,but I generally just put it in to soak,and come back 30 minutes later and put it to work.



    Cuts steel well,and after 2+ months of sharpening all my knives at least twice a week,I’ve only had to flatten it once (and it was barely needing flattening). Probably could have went another two months without much noticeable difference in blade response.



    I’m anticipating having this one for several years to come.
    0.3
    4.0
    By:  Dan
    Livingston,Montana
    nice stone,makes short work sharpening
    0.3
    ||4.000 ||||1||1||1||0||||||||Our newest line of stones, this combination is the best two-sided stone we stock. An excellent stone for the beginning or budget-minded sharpener. This stone requires a short soak before use. Measuring 205mm x 77mm x 36mm, it is 1000 grit on the grey side and 6000 grit on the white. Perfect for putting a nice edge on your blade.||||||||http://chefknivestogo.stores.turbify.net/imtwosi1kst.html||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|ishikawaknives||item.||solidtemplate||japanese-knives||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/ishikawa-knives-77.png||||||Ishikawa Knives||||resources > japanese-knives > ||Knife Types > Japanese Knives > ||||||||||||||||0||1||0||0||||isw2hocu iswh2de16 iswh2fu16 iswh2blna16 iswh2bu18se iswh2bu182 iswh2na16 isblna16 iswh2gy211 iswh2gy21ch ||||Michio Ishikawa is a blacksmith and owner of Nakaniida Traditional Blades. He specializes in single bevel santokus and nakiris and sells almost all of his production to his local customers in the town he lives. We're honored that Mr. Ishikawa chose CKTG to be his exclusive USA distributor for these unique, hand made blades.||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|iswh2bu182||item-1||solidtemplate||buknupto17an||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/ishikawa-white-2-bunka-180mm-203.png||||||Ishikawa White #2 Bunka 185mm||IS2-B180U||resources > bannobunkas > buknupto17an > ||Knife Types > Bunka Knives > Bunka Knives 170mm and Longer > ||275.000||275.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||We recently discovered this blacksmith and after hearing the story and seeing his interview on Japanese TV we decided to introduce his unique knives to our customers. CKTG is his only dealer in the USA.

    Ishikawa-san White #2 carbon steel layered with a soft iron cladding. The rustic nature of his knives is very obvious and they are not the fit and finish kings that other blacksmiths produce. He places value on shape and sharpness more than on aesthetics. But at the price and considering the one-man handmade nature of these blades that is a plus, not a negative. Mr. Ishikawa does a unique semi S grind on his blades that are basically flat on the back side so this knife is made for a right handed person.

    To find such unusual knives made by a craftsman of his caliber and experience is a rare thing. It is topped off with a beautiful octagonal handle made with oak wood with a burnt urushi finish.

  • Blacksmith: Mr. Ishikawa
  • Location: Kami, Japan
  • Construction: Hammer Forged, San Mai
  • Core Steel: White #2
  • Finish: Kurouchi
  • Edge: Asymmetric Right Handed (See Choil Photo)
  • Weight: 5.0 oz (144 g)
  • Blade Length: 186 mm
  • Total Length: 325 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Heel: 3.8 mm
  • Blade Height at Heel: 46.2 mm
  • Handle: Oak Octagonal Handle
  • Photos by Gustavo Bermudez||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|iswh2bu18se||item-1||solidtemplate||ishikawaknives||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/ishikawa-white-2-bunka-180mm-second-34.png||||||Ishikawa White #2 Bunka 185mm Second||IS2-B180||resources > japanese-knives > ishikawaknives > ||Knife Types > Japanese Knives > Ishikawa Knives > ||185.000||275.000 ||185.000 ||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Ishikawa White #2 Bunka 180mm Second. This knife has a cladding crack that happened during forging. It won't be a problem to use but we're discounting it because of the flaw. Save $90. Remember these are only suitable for right handed users. See photo 2 near the handle to view the crack.||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|iswh2de16||item-1||solidtemplate||dekn10||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/ishikawa-white-2-deba-165mm-221.png||||||Ishikawa White #2 Deba 165mm||IS2-D165U||resources > deba-knives > dekn10 > ||Knife Types > Deba Knives > Deba Knives 105-170mm > ||275.000||275.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||We discovered this blacksmith after hearing his story and seeing his interview on Japanese TV, so we decided to introduce his unique knives to our customers. CKTG is his only dealer in the USA.

    Ishikawa-san White #2 carbon steel layered with a soft iron cladding. The rustic nature of his knives is very obvious and they are not the fit and finish kings that other blacksmiths produce. He places value on shape and sharpness more than on aesthetics. But at the price and considering the one-man handmade nature of these blades that is a plus, not a negative. Mr. Ishikawa does a unique semi S grind on his blades that are basically flat on the back side so this knife is made for a right-handed person.

    To find such unusual knives made by a craftsman of his caliber and experience is a rare thing. It is topped off with a beautiful octagonal handle made by a small craftsman in southern Japan with a gorgeous burnt Urushi finish which is made with layer upon layer of lacquer.

  • Blacksmith: Mr. Ishikawa
  • Location: Kami, Japan
  • Construction: Hammer Forged, San Mai
  • Core Steel: White #2
  • Finish: Kurouchi
  • Edge: Asymmetric Right Handed (See Choil Photo)
  • Weight: 5.0 oz (142 g)
  • Blade Length: 173 mm
  • Total Length: 318 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 4.2 mm
  • Blade Height: 55.3 mm
  • Handle: Octagonal Urushi||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|iswh2fu16||item-1||solidtemplate||ishikawaknives||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/ishikawa-white-2-funayuki-165mm-232.png||||||Ishikawa White #2 Funayuki 165mm||IS2-F165U||resources > japanese-knives > ishikawaknives > ||Knife Types > Japanese Knives > Ishikawa Knives > ||255.000||255.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||We recently discovered this blacksmith and after hearing the story and seeing his interview on Japanese TV we decided to introduce his unique knives to our customers. CKTG is his only dealer in the USA.

    Ishikawa-san White #2 carbon steel layered with a soft iron cladding. The rustic nature of his knives is very obvious and they are not the fit and finish kings that other blacksmiths produce. He places value on shape and sharpness more than on aesthetics. But at the price and considering the one-man handmade nature of these blades that is a plus, not a negative. Mr. Ishikawa does a unique semi S grind on his blades that are basically flat on the back side so this knife is made for a right handed person.

    To find such unusual knives made by a craftsman of his caliber and experience is a rare thing. It is topped off with a beautiful octagonal handle made by a small craftsman in southern Japan with a gorgeous green urushi finish which is made with layer upon layer of lacquer.

  • Blacksmith: Mr. Ishikawa
  • Location: Kami, Japan
  • Construction: Hammer Forged, San Mai
  • Core Steel: White #2
  • Finish: Kurouchi
  • Edge: Asymmetric Right Handed (See Choil Photo)
  • Weight: 4.6 oz (125 g)
  • Blade Length: 169 mm
  • Total Length: 309 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Heel: 3.8 mm
  • Blade Height at Heel: 44.6 mm
  • Handle: Green Octagonal||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|iswh2na16||item-1||solidtemplate||ishikawaknives||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/ishikawa-white-2-nakiri-165mm-610.png||||||Ishikawa White #2 Funayuki 185mm||IS2-F180U||resources > japanese-knives > ishikawaknives > ||Knife Types > Japanese Knives > Ishikawa Knives > ||275.000||275.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||We recently discovered this blacksmith and after hearing the story and seeing his interview on Japanese TV we decided to introduce his unique knives to our customers. CKTG is his only dealer in the USA.

    Ishikawa-san White #2 carbon steel layered with a soft iron cladding. The rustic nature of his knives is very obvious and they are not the fit and finish kings that other blacksmiths produce. He places value on shape and sharpness more than on aesthetics. But at the price and considering the one-man handmade nature of these blades that is a plus, not a negative. Mr. Ishikawa does a unique semi S grind on his blades that are basically flat on the back side so this knife is made for a right handed person.

    To find such unusual knives made by a craftsman of his caliber and experience is a rare thing. It is topped off with a beautiful octagonal handle made by a small craftsman in southern Japan with a gorgeous burnt Urushi finish which is made with layer upon layer of lacquer.

  • Blacksmith: Mr. Ishikawa
  • Location: Kami, Japan
  • Construction: Hammer Forged, San Mai
  • Core Steel: White #2
  • Finish: Kurouchi
  • Edge: Asymmetric Right Handed (See Choil Photo)
  • Weight: 4.9 oz (140 g)
  • Blade Length: 187 mm
  • Total Length: 330 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 2.5 mm
  • Handle: Octagonal Urushi Handle
  • Please note you will receive the one in the photo

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|iswh2gy211||item-1||solidtemplate||21wahagy||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/ishikawa-white-2-gyuto-210mm-684.png||||||Ishikawa White #2 Gyuto 210mm ||IS2-G210U||resources > gyutos > gyutos210mm > 21wahagy > ||Knife Types > Gyutos > Gyutos 210mm > 210mm Wa Handled Gyutos > ||295.000||295.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||For over 350 years Nakaniida has been one of the most unusual sword making processes that has continued through generations of blacksmiths. Now this process could finally end when it’s last practitioner, Michio Ishikawa, retires. He has no apprentice as of the time of this writing, so with him goes the secrets and skills needed to make blades using the Nakaniida Proprietary process of forging.

    We recently discovered this blacksmith through a good friend in Japan. After hearing the story and seeing his interview on Japanese TV we decided to introduce his unique knives to our customers.

    Not only is the 28 stage process one of a kind, but his use of a single bevel design in knives normally made with two edges places them in the very rare category. We hardly ever see a single-sided gyuto so we just had to give this and its santoku sibling a place in our store.

    There are some fundamental differences in cutting and sharpening styles that will be required in the use of single bevel knives. But not so hard that some practice will not overcome these obstacles. The upside of single bevel knives is their in-built acute cutting edge. Being single sided means that the inclusive edge angle is about 15 degrees as opposed to a double edge where the angle is around 30 degrees. This enhances the cutting abilities, makes food release easier and minimizes wedging. However, it does result in a blade that is restricted to right-handed users.

    Ishikawa-san uses both White and Blue #2 steels in his knives. This gyuto is made with White #2 which receives a soft iron cladding. The rustic nature of his knives is very obvious and they are not the fit and finish kings that other blacksmiths produce. He places value on shape and sharpness more than on aesthetics. But at the price and considering the one-man handmade nature of these blades that is a plus, not a negative.

    To find such unusual knives made by a craftsman of his caliber and experience is a rare thing. We have added a very nice octagonal custom oak handle to further enhance the originality of the blade.

  • Blacksmith: Mr. Ishikawa
  • Location: Kami, Japan
  • Construction: Hammer Forged, San Mai
  • Core Steel: White #2
  • Edge: Asymmetric (See Choil Photo)
  • Weight: 5.7 oz (160 g)
  • Blade Length: 221 m
  • Overall Length: 373 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Heel: 4.2 mm
  • Blade Height at Heel: 50.2 mm
  • Handle: Urushi Burnt Oak Octagonal

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|iswh2gy21ch||item-1||solidtemplate||21wahagy||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/ishikawa-white-2-gyuto-210mm-chestnut-76.png||||||Ishikawa White #2 Gyuto 210mm Custom||C33||resources > gyutos > gyutos210mm > 21wahagy > ||Knife Types > Gyutos > Gyutos 210mm > 210mm Wa Handled Gyutos > ||295.000||295.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||For over 350 years Nakaniida has been one of the most unusual sword-making processes that has continued through generations of blacksmiths. This process could finally end when its last practitioner, Michio Ishikawa, retires. He has no apprentice as of the time of this writing, so with him goes the secrets and skills needed to make blades using the Nakaniida Proprietary process of forging.

    We recently discovered this blacksmith through a good friend in Japan. After hearing the story and seeing his interview on Japanese TV we decided to introduce his unique knives to our customers.

    Not only is the 28-stage process one of a kind, but his use of a single bevel design in knives normally made with two edges places them in the very rare category. We hardly ever see a single-sided gyuto so we just had to give this and its santoku sibling a place in our store.

    There are some fundamental differences in cutting and sharpening styles that will be required in the use of single-bevel knives. But not so hard that some practice will not overcome these obstacles. The upside of single-bevel knives is their in-built acute cutting edge. Being single-sided means that the inclusive edge angle is about 15 degrees as opposed to a double edge where the angle is around 30 degrees. This enhances the cutting abilities, makes food release easier and minimizes wedging. However, it does result in a blade that is restricted to right-handed users.

    Ishikawa-san uses both White and Blue #2 steels in his knives. This gyuto is made with White #2 which receives a soft iron cladding. The rustic nature of his knives is very obvious and they are not the fit and finish kings that other blacksmiths produce. He places value on shape and sharpness more than on aesthetics. But at the price and considering the one-man handmade nature of these blades that is a plus, not a negative.

    To find such unusual knives made by a craftsman of his caliber and experience is a rare thing. We added a nice 4,000-year-old Bog Oak oval handle to complete the package.

  • Blacksmith: Mr. Ishikawa
  • Location: Kami, Japan
  • Construction: Hammer Forged, San Mai
  • Core Steel: White #2
  • Edge: Asymmetric (See Choil Photo)
  • Weight: 5.4 oz (154 g)
  • Edge Length: 222 m
  • Total Length: 376 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Heel: 4.1 mm
  • Blade Height at Heel: 50.7 mm
  • Handle: Custom Bog Oak Oval

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|isw2hocu||item-1||solidtemplate||boning-knives||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/ishikawa-w-2-honesuki-custom-598.png||||||Ishikawa White #2 Honesuki 150mm ||IS2-H150U||resources > boning-knives > ||Knife Types > Boning Knives > ||265.000||265.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||For over 350 years Nakaniida has been one of the most unusual sword-making processes that have continued through generations of blacksmiths. Now, this process could finally end when its last practitioner, Michio Ishikawa, retires. He has no apprentice as of the time of this writing, so with him goes the secrets and skills needed to make blades using the Nakaniida Proprietary process of forging.

    We recently discovered this blacksmith through a good friend in Japan. After hearing the story and seeing his interview on Japanese TV we decided to introduce his unique knives to our customers.

    Not only is the 28 stage process one of a kind, but his use of a single bevel design in knives normally made with two edges places them in the very rare category. We hardly ever see a single-sided honesuki so we just had to give this a place in our store.

    There are some fundamental differences in cutting and sharpening styles that will be required in the use of single bevel knives. But not so hard that some practice will not overcome these obstacles. The upside of single bevel knives is their in-built acute cutting edge. Being single-sided means that the inclusive edge angle is about 15 degrees as opposed to a double edge where the angle is around 30 degrees. This enhances the cutting abilities, makes food release easier, and minimizes wedging. However, it does result in a blade that is restricted to right-handed users.

    Ishikawa-san uses both White and Blue #2 steels in his knives. This knife is made with White #2 which receives a soft iron cladding. The rustic nature of his knives is very obvious and they are not the fit and finish kings that other blacksmiths produce. He places value on shape and sharpness more than on aesthetics. But at the price and considering the one-man handmade nature of these blades that is a plus, not a negative.

    To find such unusual knives made by a craftsman of his caliber and experience is a rare thing. We have added a very nice octagonal urushi handle made with oak wood.

  • Blacksmith: Mr. Ishikawa
  • Location: Kami, Japan
  • Construction: Hammer Forged, San Mai
  • Core Steel: White #2
  • Edge: Asymmetric (See Choil Photo)
  • Weight: 3.8 oz (108 g)
  • Blade Length: 152 mm
  • Overall Length: 288 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Heel: 4.8 mm
  • Blade Height: 34.8 mm
  • Handle: Urushi Burnt Oak Octagonal

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|iswh2blna16||item-1||solidtemplate||ishikawaknives||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/ishikawa-white-2-black-nakiri-165mm-851.png||||||Ishikawa White #2 Nakiri 165mm ||IS2-N165U||resources > japanese-knives > ishikawaknives > ||Knife Types > Japanese Knives > Ishikawa Knives > ||275.000||275.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Michio Ishikawa is a 4th generation blacksmith working for Nakaniida Traditional Blades. The workshop is located in the Miyagi Prefecture and has been in operation for over 350 years. Once in a while we are lucky enough to be able to offer a unique and historically significant knife line to our customers. The knife line we present here is significant in that it is probably the last series of knives being produced using the Nakaniida process.

    This very interesting process involves 28 steps and is significant in that the blade is hardened 3 times. The complete operation is carried out by Mr. Ishikawa. In addition to this unique process, all of his knives are single beveled designs.

    White #2 carbon alloy is his steel of choice; it is clad with a soft iron outer layer which is enhanced by leaving the carbon forging scale in place, thus creating the finish known as kurouchi. While these knives have average fit and finish, it is obvious that Ishikawa-san places value on shape and sharpness more than on visual appeal.

    This nakiri has an unusual single-beveled edge and thus comes with the customary inclusive edge angle of about 20 degrees as opposed to a double edge where the angle is around 30 degrees. This enhances the cutting abilities, makes food release easier, and minimizes wedging. However, it does result in a blade that is restricted to right-handed users. The handle is a nice custom octagonal using burl wood and it's stabilized for long use.

  • Blacksmith: Ishikawa
  • Location: Kami, Japan
  • Construction: Hammer Forged, San Mai
  • Core Steel: White #2
  • Edge: Asymmetric Right Handed (See Choil Photo)
  • Handle: Custom Octagonal
  • Weight: 5.4 oz (154 g)
  • Blade Length: 161 mm
  • Overall Length: 314 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Heel: 3.6 mm
  • Blade Height at Heel: 52.9 mm
  • Please note you will receive the knife in the pictures.

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|isblna16||item-1||solidtemplate||ishikawaknives||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/ishikawa-white-2-black-nakiri-165mm-854.png||||||Ishikawa White #2 Santoku 185mm||IS2-S180U||resources > japanese-knives > ishikawaknives > ||Knife Types > Japanese Knives > Ishikawa Knives > ||275.000||275.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||The Ishikawa White #2 Black Santoku 185mm is a very unique knife in many ways, none more so than the method in which it is made. The blade is created using a technique known as the Nakaniida Process, which involves 28 steps and is unique in that the blade is hardened three times. This entire process is carried out by Mr. Ishikawa himself.

    The blade sports a core of White #2 steel which possesses great edge resilience and wear resistance. It sharpens up very well and can be treated to a high level of hardness. The hagane (inner core) is covered with a softer iron jigane (outer layer) in the san-mai style. This process leaves the inner core exposed along the spine. The cladding is left with its natural carbon finish on the upper blade road while the lower road is given a satin appearance which contrasts with and enhances the polished cutting edge. Both the core and cladding should be kept dry and acidic ingredients should be wiped off often during early use.

    Of course the unusual aspect of this knife is its single bevel grind. This is an interesting twist on a shape that is usually ground on both sides. The single bevel allows for a much more acute cutting edge angle, further enhancing the knife’s ability to take on very hard ingredients without wedging or splitting the produce. As such, the knife is only useful to right-handed users.

  • Blacksmith: Mr. Ishikawa
  • Location: Kami, Japan
  • Construction: Hammer Forged, San Mai
  • Finish: Unique Black Polished Kurouchi
  • Core Steel: White #2
  • Edge: Asymmetric (See Choil Photo)
  • Handle: Octagonal Urushi
  • Weight: 5.5 oz (156g)
  • Blade Length: 188 mm
  • Overall Length: 330 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Heel: 4.4 mm
  • Blade Height at Heel: 46.8 mm

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|cktginnews||item.||solidtemplate||specials||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/cktg-in-the-news-54.png||||||Japanese Blacksmith Regions||||specials > ||Resources > ||||||||||||||||0||1||0||0||||hiofsaknma hioftaviec hioftokn saciblhi ||||Japan developed many centuries ago in small regions as seperate city states that were later unified. Each region has a very destinctive history and sub-culture because of this. Blacksmiths from different regions were relied upon to produce goods for these regions and also for trading with other adjacent provinces that are now called prefectures. Because of this, many provinces have their own unique history of sword and knife making with certain features that each area is known for. Here is a list we put together for these areas that are still hot beds for knife making in the country.||||||||http://chefknivestogo.stores.turbify.net/cktginnews.html||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|jafisc||item-1||solidtemplate||kitchentools||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/japanese-fish-scaler-60.png||||||Japanese Brass Fish Scaler||FishScaler-Brass||specials > linecooks > kitchentools > ||Resources > For Professionals > Kitchen Tools > ||11.950||11.950 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||For decades this has been the go-to way to scale fish for Japanese fish mongers and home users alike. Makes short work of a messy task. Measures 205mm long by 35mm wide.||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|jacastpanreh||item-1||solidtemplate||pans||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/newitem-26418.png||||||Japanese Carbon Steel Pan Removable Handle ||Hammer-Forged-Pan||knife-accessories > pans > ||Accessories > Carbon Steel Pots & Pans > ||49.950||49.950 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||One of our distributors in Osaka offered us a couple sample designs. This Japanese Carbon Steel Pan is hammer forged and has a removable handle. The pan is reactive and measures 220mm in circumference from one side of the lip to the other. Weight is 1Kg. We only got 1 of these.||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|jachstset||item-1||solidtemplate||giftideas||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/japanese-chop-stick-set-82.png||||||Japanese Chopsticks Set - Blue||67020-3||knife-accessories > giftideas > ||Accessories > Gift Ideas > ||11.950||11.950 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Japanese Chopsticks Set. These are beautiful chopsticks that are easy to care for and use. They have a lovely design on the top and make great gifts.

  • Length: 23cm
  • Quantity: 5 pair as pictured
  • Urethane-finished; please hand wash
  • Non-slip tips
  • Made In Japan||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|jawoch||item-1||solidtemplate||giftideas||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/japanese-wooden-chopsticks-65.png||||||Japanese Chopsticks Set - Multi||67301-3||knife-accessories > giftideas > ||Accessories > Gift Ideas > ||11.950||11.950 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Japanese Chopsticks Set. These are beautiful chopsticks that are easy to care for and use. They have a lovely design on the top and make great gifts.

  • Length: 22.5cm
  • Quantity: 5 pair as pictured
  • Urethane-finished bamboo; please hand wash
  • Non-slip tips
  • Made In Japan||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|fujishika||item.||solidtemplate||resources||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/fujishika-51.png||||||Japanese Garden Tools||||resources > ||Knife Types > ||||||||||||||||0||1||0||0||||fubl2si18 haandin1 kobl2cakn16 mibosh18 miboshla miiksh16 miiksh18 tash2si16 nihohogakn saoksh soprsh fubl2si12 tabl2zosl micastaxe micastax10 mizunoax ||||Fujishika sickles are made in a blacksmith shop located in Ono City, Japan, and have been a popular gardening and farming tool. This company specializes in them and we thought we would introduce them to the US market. These are authentic and fun Japanese garden tools that have a cool look and come in handy in the yard or garden.||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|riglstofto||item.||solidtemplate||equipment||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/rinzen-glass-studio-of-tokyo-40.png||||||Japanese Glassware||||equipment > ||Suppliers > ||||||||||||||||0||1||0||0||||jawhgl2pcset riglhyju ||||Here is our current selection of Japanese glassware.||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|jawoch22||item-1||solidtemplate||moribashi||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/japanese-wooden-chopsticks-225mm-28.png||||||Japanese Gold Checkered Chopsticks 225mm||Tsuchi-CL162||knife-accessories > moribashi > ||Accessories > Chopsticks > ||19.950||19.950 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Japanese Wooden Chopsticks 225mm. Made with gold-colored checkered inlays and a very attractive design. Made in Japan. Set weighs 6 g.||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|japanese-knives||item.||solidtemplate||resources||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/japanese-knives-113.png||||||Japanese Knives||||resources > ||Knife Types > ||||||||||||||||1||1||0||0||||kaan customknives keijirodoi enjinknives giheihap40 habl2kn ishikawaknives kakn shirokamor2 kabe kanehiro kanjoknives karakuknives katayamaknives hiroshikato kikuichi-knives kitaokaknives kokn kohetsuknives konosuke-knives kurosakiknives macknives makotowhite2 masakageknives masamoto masutaniknives makn mikisyo minamoto misuzu moritaka-knives murata suisinknives nashidaknives shungoknives masanobuokada okeyaknives tasakn1 richmondsakai sakodaknives shibataknives sukenari takamuraknives takayuki-knives takeda-knives tanaka-knives yota1 taniknives tojiro-knives tsubakiknives tsunehisa yahikoknives yamashinknives yasunoriknives yoshimitsu shokufuknives yayukn yusakuknives tabata ||||Japanese kitchen knives are perhaps more diverse in design, aesthetic style, and materials than any other knife-making tradition in the world. Knives vary from being adaptable multipurpose designs like gyutos and santokus to highly specialized designs like yanagibas and debas. Production techniques vary widely too; there are mass-produced knives that would not be unfamiliar to most western users and rustic, characterful knives made entirely by hand.||||||||http://chefknivestogo.stores.turbify.net/japanese-knives.html||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|knives1||item.||solidtemplate||||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/japanese-knives-116.png||||||Japanese Knives||||||||||||||||||||||0||1||0||0||||bunmeiknives globalknives1 hattoriknives1 kershawknives1 kasumiknives1 kyoceraknives2 macknives masamoto misonoknives1 ||||This is our current list of Japanese knives which are very popular at the moment. If you have any questions about our selection please email us at the link at the bottom of the page.||||||||http://chefknivestogo.stores.turbify.net/knives1.html||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|nashst||item.||solidtemplate||sharpening-stones||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/japanese-natural-stones-88.png||||||Japanese Natural Stones||||specials > linecooks > sharpening-stones > ||Resources > For Professionals > Sharpening Stones > ||||||||||||||||0||1||0||0||||chunagura atmequ natonast nakayama ozasnast2 at140slpl1x2 atslpl400 atslpl1 ||||Japanese natural sharpening stones are becoming scarce because many mines are exhausted after centuries of quarrying them. These stones are mined in the Narutaki District near Kyoto and are well-regarded by professionals.||||||||http://chefknivestogo.stores.turbify.net/nashst.html||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|japahabr21||item-1||solidtemplate||kitchentools||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/japanese-palm-hand-brush-210mm-67.png||||||Japanese Palm Hand Brush 210mm||Palm-Brush||specials > linecooks > kitchentools > ||Resources > For Professionals > Kitchen Tools > ||12.000||12.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Elevate your cleaning with the 210mm Japanese Palm Hand Brush. An authentic, traditional item, birthed from the hands of Japan's seasoned craftsmen.

    Meticulously woven using the robust Shuro (Japanese Hemp Palm) fibers by the master artisans of Yamamoto. This hand brush not only carries an ageless charm but also promises resilience, particularly in moisture-rich environments like kitchens and bathrooms. A staple in traditional Japanese homes, it’s crafted to be a lasting companion in your daily household routines.||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|jarope||item-1||solidtemplate||peelers||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/japanese-rotary-peeler-41.png||||||Japanese Rotary Peeler||TG-2016||specials > linecooks > peelers > ||Resources > For Professionals > Peelers & Tweezers > ||12.950||12.950 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||This multi-purpose peeler can do thin, wide slices as well as julienne thin slices. Made by Top Goods, in Seki City Japan using good quality stainless steel. Comes with original Japanese packaging. 106x164x25mm.||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|gesturaspoon||item-1||solidtemplate||spoons||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/gestura-spoon-65.png||||||Japanese Sakura Tablespoon||Spoon-Sakura||specials > linecooks > spoons > ||Resources > For Professionals > Spoons > ||8.950||8.950 ||||||||0.200 ||||1||1||1||0||||||||The Sakura tablespoon is made with a a very attractive mirror polish and nice bowl shape and the handle has a beautiful flowered pattern that provides grip as well as good looks.

  • Material: 18/10 stainless steel with mirror polish
  • Dishwasher Safe
  • Length: 185mm
  • Made In Japan||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|jashkn||item-1||solidtemplate||customknives||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/japanese-shrimp-knife-83.png||||||Japanese Shrimp Knife||Shrimp||resources > japanese-knives > customknives > ||Knife Types > Japanese Knives > Custom Knives > ||350.000||350.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Japanese Shrimp Knife. This very realistic-looking shrimp is made by an artist in Tokyo named Kurosawa san who meticulously makes each one by hand. The knife is a small blade using VG10 steel. It's a fantastic collectible and very Japanese—it measures 150mm from head to tail.||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|jasisach24||item-1||solidtemplate||moribashi||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/japanese-silver-sakura-chopsticks-240mm-29.png||||||Japanese Silver Sakura Chopsticks 240mm||Tsuchi-CL112||knife-accessories > moribashi > ||Accessories > Chopsticks > ||19.950||19.950 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Japanese Wooden Chopsticks 240mm. Made with silver-colored sakura petals and a very attractive octagonal design. Made in Japan. Set weighs 8 g.||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|jastgota||item-1||solidtemplate||spoons||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/japanese-stainless-gold-tablespoon-144.png||||||Japanese Stainless Gold Tablespoon ||Spoon-JapaneseGold||specials > linecooks > spoons > ||Resources > For Professionals > Spoons > ||6.950||6.950 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||This tablespoon is made in Japan and is gold-colored with a nice brushed finish and uses high-quality stainless steel.||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|jaststcublna||item-1||solidtemplate||giftideas||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/japanese-stainless-steel-curved-blade-nail-clipper-wt-file-43.png||||||Japanese Stainless Steel Curved Blade Nail Clipper w/ File||G-1201||knife-accessories > giftideas > ||Accessories > Gift Ideas > ||15.950||15.950 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Details:
  • Brand: Green Bell
  • Location: Seki City, Japan
  • Size: Large
  • Main Material: Stainless Cutting Steel, PP resin
  • Length: 96mm
  • Weight: 58g
  • Model: G-1201
  • Made in Japan
  • Metal gile attached to the base of the clippers||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|jawhgl2pcset||item-1||solidtemplate||riglstofto||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/japanese-whisky-glass-2pc-set-42.png||||||Japanese Whiskey Glass 2pc Set||Whisky-Glas-Set||equipment > riglstofto > ||Suppliers > Japanese Glassware > ||19.950||19.950 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||This shoju glass is made in Japan and is sold as a 2pc set. Here are the specs for each glass. The name of the glass series is "Ekubo".

  • Capacity: 310ml
  • Weight: 310g
  • Size 92mm x 96mm||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|jawoprbyyusa||item-1||solidtemplate||yusanwopr1||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/japanese-woodblock-print-by-yuuka-san-184.png||||||Japanese Woodblock Print by Yuuka san||WoodBlockPrint||kitchen-knives > yusanwopr1 > ||Knife Brands > Yuuka san > ||500.000||500.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Yuua san is a woodblock print artist from Japan. We commissioned her to make these amazing prints to celebrate our 20th anniversary.

    In Japan there are many gods in the Shinto religion and there is a special god of handtools called Kajiya Kojin. Yuuka san was inspired to make a block print depicting Kajiya Kojin with 3 heads & 6 hands. You will see many leaves at both sides. The tree is called “Katsura” which is a special tree existing in Japan and is a holy tree of God. Two white herons birds are flying which are considered messengers of God. There is a big stump of a tree in front of the God that Yuuka san noticed when touring the blacksmith shop at MIKI-SYO. Mr. Nagaike kindly took a short tour of his workshop, where he actually demonstrated how to flatten kogatanas for her to get inspiration.

    Yuuka san made 24 prints in all and 21 of them were given to our blacksmith friends and distributors in Japan. We took #1 for our office. That leaves #2 and #3 that were are offering for sale. In the future, we may do a second run of them but this run is the first.

  • Artist: Yuuka San
  • Location: Miki City Japan
  • Wood Block Print Size: 250mm x 380mm
  • Signed with one red seal
  • Numbered Prints with 1-24.
  • Frame Included

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|jowaknbl||item-1||solidtemplate||tojirogai||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/jones-walnut-knife-block-264.png||||||Jones Walnut Knife Block||KnifeBlock||specials > linecooks > tojiro-knives > tojirogai > ||Resources > For Professionals > Tojiro Knives > Tojiro GAI > ||119.950||119.950 ||||||||6.000 ||||1||1||1||0||||||||This block has a new design as of 4/24/2023 adding an extra slot.

    Jones Walnut Knife Block holds 18 knives and will hold 11" blades with a max blade width of 2 3/8" with 1/4" spacing between dividers. The dimensions are 11 3/4"H × 9 1/2"L x 4 1/4"W Weight is 6lbs.

    These knife blocks ship directly from the shop and will ship separately from other items in your order, usually within a few days.

    *Please note we're only shipping this item in the USA. Also, if you're in AK, HI, or PR, there will be an additional charge (about $20 to $30) to ship to you. We will contact you. Ground shipping only.||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|joknblve2||item-1||solidtemplate||knifeholders||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/jones-knife-block-version-2-49.png||||||Jones Walnut Knife Block Version 2||Version-2||knife-accessories > knifeholders > ||Accessories > Knife Storage > ||195.000||195.000 ||||||||8.000 ||||1||1||1||0||||||||Martin Jones makes this beautiful walnut wood knife block for us and it has a unique, space-saving design that will hold large knives.

    These knife blocks ship directly from the shop and will ship separately from other items in your order, usually within a few days.

    *Please note we're only shipping this item in the USA. Also, if you're in AK, HI, or PR, there will be an additional charge (about $20 to $30) to ship to you. We will contact you. Ground shipping only.

  • Maker: Martin Jones
  • Location: PA, USA
  • Wood Type: Walnut
  • Total Slots: 16
  • Slot Dimensions: 254mm x 50.8mm x 3mm
  • English Measurements: 10" x 2" x .12"
  • Protective foot pads on the base
  • Block measures 12" high x 12" wide

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|kabl2da27||item-1||solidtemplate||sujihiki270mm||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/kajiwara-blue-2-damascus-270mm-61.png||||||Kajiwara Blue #2 Damascus 270mm||KSUMI-S270||resources > sujihikis > sujihiki270mm > ||Knife Types > Sujihikis > Sujihiki 270mm > ||160.000||160.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Hailing from Tosa in Koji Prefecture, the southern Japanese island of Shikoku, Tsutomu Kajiwara-san is a third-generation bladesmith whose expertise is manifested in his attractively priced knives.

    These kurouchi knives epitomize the timeless appeal of the rustic carbon blackened finish, a classic aesthetic widely cherished across Japan.

    The knives have undergone a heat treatment to achieve a hardness of approximately 62 HRC, reflecting a harmonious blend of tradition and technology.

  • Blacksmith: Tsutomu Kajiwara-san
  • Location: Tosa, Japan
  • Construction: San Mai, Hammer Forged
  • Cladding: Iron
  • Finish: Damascus/Kurouchi
  • Edge Steel: Blue #2
  • Edge: Even
  • HRC: 62
  • Handle: Rosewood Oval
  • Ferrule: Black Pakkawood
  • Weight: 7.1 oz (202 g) Edge Length: 272 mm Total Length: 420 mm Spine Thickness at Base: 4 mm Blade Height: 35.5 mm||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|kabl2dagy21||item-1||solidtemplate||21wahagy||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/kajiwara-blue-2-damascus-gyuto-210mm-59.png||||||Kajiwara Blue #2 Damascus Gyuto 210mm||KSUMI-G210||resources > gyutos > gyutos210mm > 21wahagy > ||Knife Types > Gyutos > Gyutos 210mm > 210mm Wa Handled Gyutos > ||155.000||155.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Hailing from Tosa in Koji Prefecture, the southern Japanese island of Shikoku, Tsutomu Kajiwara-san is a third-generation bladesmith whose expertise is manifested in his attractively priced knives.

    These kurouchi knives epitomize the timeless appeal of the rustic carbon blackened finish, a classic aesthetic widely cherished across Japan.

    The knives have undergone a heat treatment to achieve a hardness of approximately 62 HRC, reflecting a harmonious blend of tradition and technology.

  • Blacksmith: Tsutomu Kajiwara-san
  • Location: Tosa, Japan
  • Construction: San Mai, Hammer Forged
  • Cladding: Iron
  • Finish: Damascus/Kurouchi
  • Edge Steel: Blue #2
  • Edge: Even
  • HRC: 62
  • Handle: Rosewood Oval
  • Ferrule: Black Pakkawood
  • Weight: 6.2 oz (174 g) Edge Length: 214 mm Total Length: 350 mm Spine Thickness at Base: 4 mm Blade Height: 47.5 mm||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|kabl2na16||item-1||solidtemplate||wahana||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/kajiwara-blue-2-nakiri-165mm-59.png||||||Kajiwara Blue #2 Nakiri 165mm||KAOK-N165||resources > nakiri-knives > wahana > ||Knife Types > Nakiris > Wa Handled Nakiris > ||125.000||125.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Hailing from Tosa in Koji Prefecture, the southern Japanese island of Shikoku, Tsutomu Kajiwara-san is a third-generation bladesmith whose expertise is manifested in his attractively priced knives.

    These kurouchi knives epitomize the timeless appeal of the rustic carbon blackened finish, a classic aesthetic widely cherished across Japan.

    The knives have undergone a heat treatment to achieve a hardness of approximately 62 HRC, reflecting a harmonious blend of tradition and technology.

  • Blacksmith: Tsutomu Kajiwara-san
  • Location: Tosa, Japan
  • Construction: San Mai, Hammer Forged
  • Cladding: Iron
  • Edge Steel: Blue #2
  • Edge: Even
  • HRC: 62
  • Finish: Kurouchi
  • Handle: Rosewood Oval
  • Ferrule: Black Pakkawood
  • Weight: 4.9 oz (140 g)
  • Edge Length: 166 mm
  • Total Length: 308 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 3.4 mm
  • Blade Height: 50.0 mm||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|kavgbu16||item-1||solidtemplate||buknupto16||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/kamo-vg10-suminagashi-bunka-165mm-232.png||||||Kamo VG10 Suminagashi Bunka 165mm||KamoVG10-Bunka||resources > bannobunkas > buknupto16 > ||Knife Types > Bunka Knives > Bunka Knives Up To 165mm > ||165.000||165.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||The Kamo VG10 Suminagashi Bunka is a very handsome knife. The blade features a really elegant suminagashi finish that is enhanced by some finely hand-chiseled kanji elements. The unusual hybrid handle is the design element that sets this knife apart from most others. It utilizes a multi-layer laminate of oak to reduce the chances of shrinkage and distortion while remaining comfortable in hand and well balanced overall. It is a light but rigid knife-to-handle interface which is particularly important for a small knife that might be used for in-hand cutting.

    The blade is made from a core of VG10 stainless steel which then receives outer layers of a softer stainless steel finished in a wonderful damascus (suminagashi) pattern. VG10 is one of the most popular stainless steels in the world for the manufacturing of kitchen knives, and for a good reason. It has excellent edge retention and is very wear and corrosion-resistant.

    The combination of the reverse tanto-style tip and short, tall blade lend the bunka a very purposeful look. These knives are gaining in popularity recently due to their do-it-all abilities. They are adept at cutting, slicing, and chopping, while the tip affords them the ability to take on smaller ingredients and get into tight spaces.

  • Blacksmith: Kamo san
  • Location: Echizen Japan
  • Weight: 6.1 oz (176 g)
  • Blade Length: 172 mm
  • Total Length: 310 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 2.4 mm
  • Blade Height: 45.1 mm
  • Photos by Gustavo Bermudez

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|kavgsugy211||item-1||solidtemplate||21wahagy||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/katsuyasu-vg10-suminagashi-gyuto-210mm-108.png||||||Kamo VG10 Suminagashi Gyuto 210mm||KamoVG10-Gyuto210||resources > gyutos > gyutos210mm > 21wahagy > ||Knife Types > Gyutos > Gyutos 210mm > 210mm Wa Handled Gyutos > ||200.000||200.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||It is rather surprising that the maker of one of our more “stylish” knives spent most of his life making industrial and farming style cutting implements. In fact the blacksmith responsible for these stunning new knives, Katsuyasu Kamo, is better known in Japan for his work in the cutting and gardening tool arenas. He has been forging blades for over 50 years and is one of the founders of the famous Takefu Village Co-operative Knife Factory.

    This sleek and elegant knife is constructed around a core of VG10 stainless steel. This is a very hard and tough stainless alloy that is capable of holding an incredibly sharp edge with longer life and easier maintenance than many other types of steel. The VG-10 core is clad in a softer multi-layer damascus stainless steel which delivers an effortless sharpening experience and adds structural ductility and support to the blade.

    There is a gentle belly that develops quite far back along the edge and rises to a medium height tip. The grind is very well executed and quite thin behind the edge. The design element that sets this knife apart is the unusual handle construction and aesthetic. Using a multi-layer laminate of oak reduces the chances of shrinkage and distortion while comfortable in hand and well balanced overall.

  • Blacksmith: Katsuyasu Kamo
  • Location: Takefu Village, Echizen, Japan
  • Construction: Hammer Forged, San Mai
  • Edge Steel: VG10
  • Cladding: Damascus Stainless
  • Type: Gyuto
  • Handle: Oak
  • Weight: 6.8oz
  • Blade Length: 214mm
  • Total Length: 353mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 2.77mm
  • Blade Height at Base: 47.96mm

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|kavgsugy24||item-1||solidtemplate||waha24gy||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/katsuyasu-vg10-suminagashi-gyuto-240mm-105.png||||||Kamo VG10 Suminagashi Gyuto 240mm||KamoVG10-Gyuto240||resources > gyutos > gyutos240mm > waha24gy > ||Knife Types > Gyutos > Gyutos 240mm > Wa Gyutos 240mm > ||240.000||240.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||The Kamo VG10 Suminagashi Gyuto looks like something out of a designer magazine or Scandinavian furniture catalog. The sleek bolstered construction. The light colored multi-ply oval handle. The slim understated finish to the blade. All of this results in a truly handsome knife. Fortunately this beauty is more than skin deep.

    In fact the skin, in this case, is that of a low count multi-layer damascus made from a stainless steel. This cladding is hammer forged to an inner core of VG10 stainless steel which is hardened to about 61 Rockwell. VG10 is a really popular steel in the knife world for its great edge retention, while being very wear and corrosion resistant. The cladding is etched to reveal the damascus in-grind line while the upper road receives a semi-matte brushed finish.

    The profile of the edge is fairly flat to about two thirds along and then turns into a gentle sweep to the medium height tip. This should be a blade suitable to all styles of cutting. The length to height ratio is also fairly average.

    A contemporary oak handle and stainless bolster combination complete this very striking and unusual picture. This is a beautiful performer with looks to match.

  • Blacksmith: Katsuyasu Kamo
  • Location: Takefu Village, Echizen, Japan
  • Construction: Hammer Forged, San Mai
  • Edge Steel: VG10
  • Cladding: Damascus Stainless
  • Type: Gyuto
  • Handle: Oak
  • Weight: 8.6oz
  • Blade Length: 246mm
  • Total Length: 400mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 2.58mm
  • Blade Height at Base: 52.52mm

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|kana16||item-1||solidtemplate||wahana||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/kamo-nakiri-165mm-137.png||||||Kamo VG10 Suminagashi Nakiri 165mm||KamoVG10-Nakiri||resources > nakiri-knives > wahana > ||Knife Types > Nakiris > Wa Handled Nakiris > ||165.000||165.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Master blacksmith Katsuyasu Kamo operates from his small forge in Takefu Village, a famed melting pot of blacksmiths that Mr. Kamo helped found. His forte was originally in the industrial and craft end of the blade making business but we are very glad he has ventured into making blades more fit for the kitchen.

    Mr. Kamo uses the ubiquitous stainless steel VG10 as his core. He then covers this with a multi-layer damascus stainless steel. VG-10 “super steel” is composed of carbon, chromium, cobalt, manganese, molybdenum, silicon, and vanadium. All of these relatively small amounts of other metals give the VG-10 steel its most important properties, such as its ability to hold an edge coupled with great durability. The core is hardened to about 61 HRC.

    The nontraditional handle is made of a sturdy and distortion-free multi ply oak wood. The possibilities of shrinking or deformation are very much reduced. The handle and blade are connected by a forged, solid stainless steel bolster. This results in a very durable, easy to maintain, and well balanced kitchen knife.

    At 160mm long and 49mm tall, this is a classic nakiri in every way. Designed to cut vegetables with ease, the flat edge and extra finger clearance make it a great choice for users who prefer push cutting over a rocking style. This nakiri will amaze you with its ability to fall through the hardest ingredients.

  • Blacksmith: Katsuyasu Kamo
  • Location: Takefu Village, Echizen, Japan
  • Construction: Hammer Forged, San Mai
  • Edge Steel: VG10
  • Cladding: Damascus Stainless
  • Type: Nakiri
  • Handle: Oak
  • Weight: 6.3 oz (180 g)
  • Edge Length: 154 mm
  • Total Length: 303 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 1.9 mm
  • Blade Height at Base: 47.2 mm

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|kavgsupe121||item-1||solidtemplate||120mmpettys||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/kamo-vg10-suminagashi-petty-120mm-183.png||||||Kamo VG10 Suminagashi Petty 120mm||KamoVG10-Petty120||resources > petty-knives > 120mmpettys > ||Knife Types > Petty Knives > 120-140mm Pettys > ||125.000||125.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||The Kamo Petty 120mm is made from a core of VG10 stainless steel which then receives outer layers of a softer stainless steel finished in a wonderful damascus (suminagashi) pattern. VG10 is one of the most popular stainless steels in the world for the manufacturing of kitchen knives, and for good reason. It has very good edge retention and is very wear and corrosion resistant.

    The design element that sets this knife apart is the unusual handle construction and aesthetic. Using a multi-layer laminate of oak reduces the chances of shrinkage and distortion while comfortable in hand and well balanced overall. It is a light but rigid knife-to-handle interface which is particularly important for a small knife that might be used for in-hand cutting.

    Petty knives are small utility knives of Japanese design. They can vary significantly in both profile and size, going from 75mm to 210mm. They are very similar to the common western paring or utility knife and are adept at many small and detailed cutting tasks. Petties are also perfect for preparing garnishes and other artistic cutting tasks. This light and nimble knife is well designed, aesthetically original, and very well constructed from prime materials.

  • Blacksmith: Katsuyasu Kamo
  • Location: Echizen, Japan
  • Factory: Takefu Village
  • Construction: San Mai, Hammer Forged
  • Edge Steel: VG10 Stainless
  • Cladding: Stainless Damascus
  • Edge Grind: Even (see choil shot)
  • Handle: Hybrid Oak
  • Weight: 2.9oz
  • Blade Length: 125mm
  • Total Length: 260mm
  • Blade Height at Base: 31mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 1.64mm||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|kamopetty150mm||item-1||solidtemplate||150mmpettys||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/kamo-petty-150mm-121.png||||||Kamo VG10 Suminagashi Petty 150mm||KamoVG10-Petty150||resources > petty-knives > 150mmpettys > ||Knife Types > Petty Knives > 150-165mm Pettys > ||145.000||145.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||The Kamo Petty 150mm is made from a core of VG10 stainless steel which then receives outer layers of a softer stainless steel finished in a wonderful damascus (suminagashi) pattern. VG10 is one of the most popular stainless steels in the world for the manufacturing of kitchen knives, and for good reason. It has very good edge retention and is very wear and corrosion resistant.

    The design element that sets this knife apart is the unusual handle construction and aesthetic. Using a multi-layer laminate of oak reduces the chances of shrinkage and distortion while comfortable in hand and well balanced overall. It is a light but rigid knife-to-handle interface which is particularly important for a small knife that might be used for in-hand cutting.

    Petty knives are small utility knives of Japanese design. They can vary significantly in both profile and size, going from 75mm to 210mm. They are very similar to the common western paring or utility knife and are adept at many small and detailed cutting tasks. Petties are also perfect for preparing garnishes and other artistic cutting tasks. This light and nimble knife is well designed, aesthetically original, and very well constructed from prime materials.

  • Blacksmith: Katsuyasu Kamo
  • Location: Echizen Japan
  • Factory: Takefu Village
  • Construction: San Mai, Hammer Forged
  • Edge Steel: VG10 Stainless
  • Cladding: Stainless Damascus
  • Edge Grind: Even See Choil Shot
  • Handle: Hybrid Oak
  • Weight: 3oz
  • Blade Length: 150mm
  • Total Length: 270mm
  • Blade Height at Base: 33.12mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 1.64mm

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|kavgsupe90||item-1||solidtemplate||75pekn||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/kamo-vg10-suminagashi-petty-90mm-171.png||||||Kamo VG10 Suminagashi Petty 90mm||KamoVG10-Petty90||resources > petty-knives > 75pekn > ||Knife Types > Petty Knives > 75mm-115mm Petty Knives > ||120.000||120.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||The Kamo VG10 Suminagashi Petty 90mm is made from a core of VG10 stainless steel which then receives outer layers of softer stainless steel finished in a wonderful Damascus (suminagashi) pattern. VG10 is one of the most popular stainless steel in the world for the manufacturing of kitchen knives, and for good reason. It has very good edge retention and is very wear and corrosion-resistant.

    The design element that sets this knife apart is the unusual handle construction and aesthetic. Using a multi-layer laminate of oak reduces the chances of shrinkage and distortion while comfortable in hand and well balanced overall. It is a light but rigid knife-to-handle interface which is particularly important for a small knife that might be used for in-hand cutting.

    Petty knives are small utility knives of Japanese design. They can vary significantly in both profile and size, going from 75mm to 210mm. They are very similar to the common western paring or utility knife and are adept at many small and detailed cutting tasks. Petties are also perfect for preparing garnishes and other artistic cutting tasks. This light and nimble knife is well designed, aesthetically original, and very well constructed from prime materials.

  • Blacksmith: Katsuyasu Kamo
  • Location: Echizen, Japan
  • Factory: Takefu Village
  • Construction: San Mai, Hammer Forged
  • Edge Steel: VG10 Stainless
  • Cladding: Stainless Damascus
  • Edge Grind: Even (see choil shot)
  • Handle: Hybrid Oak
  • Weight: 2.4 oz (68 g)
  • Edge Length: 85 mm
  • Total Length: 220 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 1.7 mm
  • Blade Height: 26.2 mm||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|kasa17||item-1||solidtemplate||wahasa||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/kamo-santoku-170mm-157.png||||||Kamo VG10 Suminagashi Santoku 170mm||KamoVG10-Santoku||resources > santokuknives > wahasa > ||Knife Types > Santokus > Wa Handled Santokus > ||165.000||165.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||The santoku knife is a really great all-around kitchen blade. It has a deft feel and tall blade which endow the knife with a great deal of versatility in its cutting capabilities. Santoku translates to three virtues and the acts of slicing, chopping, and dicing are tackled with aplomb by this classic design. Many western chefs and home cooks look to the santoku as their go-to blade for many general cutting tasks. The symmetrical 50/50 grind, coupled with the gently curved belly, make this a good choice for cooks of all types and cutting preferences.

    Master Blacksmith Katsuyasu Kamo starts with a core (hagane) of VG10 stainless steel to which he then applies an outer layer (jigane) of a softer stainless steel to protect the inner core while adding strength and durability. This outer layer is decorated with a beautiful suminagashi (damascus) finish which is lightly etched to further enhance the lovely pattern.

    The great look of this knife is accentuated by its handle design and construction. A solid stainless bolster gives the knife a very sleek look and makes for a sanitary and easy to maintain junction between blade and handle. The bolster then attaches to the well-crafted handle which is fashioned from a multi-ply oak wood.

  • Weight: 6oz
  • Blade Length: 170mm
  • Total Length: 307mm
  • Blade Height at Base: 48.05mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 2.74mm

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|kavgsusu||item-1||solidtemplate||sujihiki270mm||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/katsuyasu-vg10-suminagashi-sujihiki-270-133.png||||||Kamo VG10 Suminagashi Sujihiki 270mm||KamoVG10-Suji270||resources > sujihikis > sujihiki270mm > ||Knife Types > Sujihikis > Sujihiki 270mm > ||260.000||260.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Master Blacksmith Katsuyasu Kamo is well known in Japan for his work in the cutting and gardening tool arenas. He has been forging blades for over 50 years and is one of the founders of the famous Takefu Village Co-operative Knife Factory. As a maker of blades required to tackle tough workloads he is an expert at forging and constructing sturdy and resilient cutting utensils. We are extremely happy to be the only company outside of Japan selling these unusual and attractive kitchen knives.

    Kamo-san uses VG10 as his core steel. This is undoubtedly one of the most popular stainless steels in the world for making knives. It earns its high ranking for sharpness, edge retention, and durability. The alloy is hardened to about 61 HRC. He encases the inner core of VG10 with a multi-layer damascus stainless steel construct. Using only a few layers produces a really attractive pattern that is both subtle and very unusual.

    To add to the unique look of these knives he utilizes a solid stainless bolster which gives the knife a very sleek look and makes for a sanitary and easy to maintain junction between blade and handle. The bolster then attaches to the really lovely handle which is fashioned from a multi-ply oak wood. This construction reduces the chances of shrinkage and distortion.

    The end result is a package that is elegant looking while being easy to maintain and use. We really like these new offerings from the forge of Katsuyasu Kamo and we think you will too.

  • Blacksmith: Katsuyasu Kamo
  • Location: Takefu Village, Echizen, Japan
  • Construction: Hammer Forged, San Mai
  • Edge Steel: VG10
  • Cladding: Damascus Stainless
  • Type: Suji
  • Handle: Oak
  • Weight: 8.4oz
  • Blade Length: 270mm
  • Total Length: 427mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 3.12mm
  • Blade Height at Base: 45.86mm||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|kakn||item.||solidtemplate||japanese-knives||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/katsuyasu-knives-41.png||||||Kamo, (Katsuyasu)||||resources > japanese-knives > ||Knife Types > Japanese Knives > ||||||||||||||||0||1||0||0||||kavgsupe90 kavgsupe121 kamopetty150mm kana16 kavgbu16 kasa17 kavgsugy211 kavgsugy24 kavgsusu ||||Katsuyasu Kamo is a 77-year-old blacksmith from Echizen and one of the founding members of the Takefu Village Co-operative factory. He's doing this special line of kitchen knives for CKTG. We're the only company in the world outside of Japan that carries his kitchen knives.||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|shirokamor2||item.||solidtemplate||forknco||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/shiro-kamo-r2-54.png||||||Kamo, (Shiro)||||specials > forknco > ||Resources > For Knife Collectors > ||||||||||||||||0||1||0||0||||allshkakn shkaaosust shkabl2ku shkabl2mi shkar2kn shkawh2 ||||Shiro Kamo is one of the many blacksmiths that work at Takefu Village Cooperative in Echizen Japan. He's a recipient of the "Dento-Kogei-shi" title, which stands for "master of traditional crafts".||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|kabeha15leha||item-1||solidtemplate||lehakn||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/kanehide-bessaku-hankotsu-150mm-left-handed-99.png||||||Kanehide Bessaku Semi Stainless Hankotsu 150mm Left||2908-LEFT||resources > lehakn > ||Knife Types > Left Handed Knives > ||70.000||70.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Buying into specialty knives that will only be used occasionally can be both intimidating and, in many cases, uneconomical. The hankotsu is a knife that falls into this category for many aspiring users.

    These unusual knives are primarily designed to bone and process meat. They are built with stout, short blades that have a very pointed tip. An unusual aspect of the hankotsu is its heel design where the blade transforms straight into the handle or bolster. There is absolutely no knuckle clearance if the hankotsu is used on a cutting board, which makes the knife more useful for processing hanging meats or for boning chops or Frenching rib racks. They have really stiff blades with no flex at all, unlike a western boning knife. For safety reasons, hankotsu knives also have an edge that is not sharpened all the way to the handle.

    This knife is a single bevel style and as such is made for left-handed users.

    As is the case with all of the Kanehide TK knives, fit and finish of both blade and rosewood handle are quite amazing given its price point.

    This knife has half the chromium of a fully stainless knife, so it will be reactive and form a patina. Wash and towel dry after each use, and use Bar Keepers Friend if desired.

  • Weight: 3.9 oz (112 g)
  • Edge Length: 146 mm
  • Total Length: 259 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 2.4 mm
  • Blade Height: 29.4 mm
  • Left-Handed Grind

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|kanehide2||item-1||solidtemplate||katkkn||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/kanehide-321.png||||||Kanehide Bessaku Semi Stainless Hankotsu 150mm Right||3008-RIGHT||resources > japanese-knives > kabe > katkkn > ||Knife Types > Japanese Knives > Kanehide Knives > Kanehide TK Knives > ||65.000||65.000 ||||||

    Average rating is 5
    5.0
    By:  Aaron
    California
    Out of the box edge was good. This knife is pretty easy to sharpen and stays sharp though some beatings. It is a fun knife to use.
    0.3
    ||||||1||1||1||0||||||||These unusual knives are primarily designed to bone and process meat. They are built with stout, short blades that have a very pointed tip. An unusual aspect of the hankotsu is its heel design where the blade transforms straight into the handle or bolster. There is absolutely no knuckle clearance if the hankotsu is used on a cutting board, which makes the knife more useful for processing hanging meats or for boning chops or Frenching rib racks. They have really stiff blades with no flex at all, unlike a western boning knife. For safety reasons, hankotsu knives also have an edge that is not sharpened all the way to the handle.

    This knife is a single bevel style and as such is made for particular users, right- or left-handed. You will see the curve and bevel on the side of the blade that matches your preference.

    As is the case with all of the Kanehide TK knives, fit and finish of both blade and rosewood handle are quite amazing given its price point.

    This knife has half the chromium of a fully stainless knife, so it will be reactive and form a patina. Wash and towel dry after each use, and use Bar Keepers Friend if desired.

  • Maker: Kanehide
  • Location: Miki Japan
  • Weight: 4.2 oz (120 g)
  • Edge Length: 145 mm
  • Total Length: 260 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 2.4 mm
  • Blade Height: 29.4 mm
  • Right-Handed Grind

    ||||||||http://chefknivestogo.stores.turbify.net/kanehide2.html||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|kabeho15leha||item-1||solidtemplate||lehakn||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/kanehide-bessaku-honesuki-150mm-left-handed-118.png||||||Kanehide Bessaku Semi Stainless Honesuki 150mm Left||2906-LEFT||resources > lehakn > ||Knife Types > Left Handed Knives > ||70.000||70.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||The Kanehide Bessaku Honesuki 150mm is made from semi-stainless steel using mono steel construction. It is the same steel that is used in the ever-popular Kikuichi TKC line of blades. The honesuki pictured here is specially designed for processing poultry, but many use the knife for other tasks as well.

    Many honesuki knives are single bevel designs, reflecting their Japanese heritage. But many are now being made with a two-sided edge, as is this example. A side effect of this double bevel is that the knife becomes more of a general-purpose petty style knife. The shape and weight allow for easy and secure in-hand work as well as being an excellent blade for creating garnishes.

    Another unique aspect of this knife is that it's ground asymmetrically for better performance from the spine to the edge. The overall fit and finish of the blade and handle are a revelation given their keen pricing. The rosewood handle, in particular, is wonderfully conceived and finished.

    If you are looking for a blade that will not break the bank while allowing you entry into a specialized area of kitchen cutlery, we cannot recommend the Kanehide Bessaku Honesuki 150mm highly enough!

    This knife has half the chromium of a fully stainless knife, so it will be reactive and form a patina. Wash and towel dry after each use, and use Bar Keepers Friend if desired.

  • Weight: 4.8 oz (136 g)
  • Edge Length: 149 mm
  • Total Length: 267 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 2.5 mm
  • Blade Height: 38.9 mm
  • Left-Handed Grind

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|kanehide||item-1||solidtemplate||katkkn||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/kanehide-315.png||||||Kanehide Bessaku Semi Stainless Honesuki 150mm Right ||3006-RIGHT||resources > japanese-knives > kabe > katkkn > ||Knife Types > Japanese Knives > Kanehide Knives > Kanehide TK Knives > ||65.000||65.000 ||||kanehide2 kanehide||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||The Kanehide Bessaku Honesuki 150mm is made from a semi-stainless steel using a mono steel construction. It is the same steel that is used in the ever popular Kikuichi TKC line of blades. The honesuki pictured here is specifically designed for processing poultry, but many use the knife for other tasks as well.

    Many honesuki knives are single bevel designs, reflecting their Japanese heritage. But many are now being made with a two-sided edge, as is this example. A side effect of this double bevel is that the knife becomes more of a general purpose petty style knife. The shape and weight allow for easy and secure in-hand work as well as being a great blade for creating garnishes.

    Another unique aspect of this knife is that it's ground asymmetrically for better performance from the spine to the edge. The overall fit and finish of the blade and handle are a revelation given their keen pricing. The rosewood handle in particular is wonderfully conceived and finished.

    If you are looking for a blade that will not break the bank, while allowing you entry into a specialized area of kitchen cutlery, we cannot recommend the Kanehide Bessaku Honesuki 150mm highly enough!

    This knife has half the chromium of a fully stainless knife, so it will be reactive and form a patina. Wash and towel dry after each use, and use Bar Keepers Friend if desired.

  • Weight: 5.1 oz (144 g)
  • Edge Length: 150 mm
  • Total Length: 270 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 2.5 mm
  • Blade Height: 38.7 mm
  • Right-Handed Grind

    ||||||||http://chefknivestogo.stores.turbify.net/kanehide.html||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|kabesu27leha||item-1||solidtemplate||lehakn||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/kanehide-bessaku-sujihiki-270mm-left-handed-115.png||||||Kanehide Bessaku Semi Stainless Sujihiki 270mm Left||2918L||resources > lehakn > ||Knife Types > Left Handed Knives > ||104.950||104.950 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||The Kanehide Bessaku Sujihiki 270mm is an unusual knife in many respects. Foremost among those is its amazing value coupled with its outstanding levels of construction and fit and finish.

    The blade is made from a proprietary semi-stainless steel which Kanehide calls TK steel. This very interesting alloy is a bit like stainless with a bit of carbon, so it takes and holds a nice edge while being really easy to sharpen. Meanwhile, as it is semi-stainless, the normal maintenance routine associated with high-carbon blades is reduced quite substantially. This knife has half the chromium of a fully stainless knife, so it will be reactive and form a patina. Wash and towel dry after each use, and use Bar Keepers Friend if desired.The knife is a mono steel construction and the steel is hardened to 60-61 HRC.

    Although Kanehide calls this a sujihiki, that name is usually associated with a double-bevel design. This knife is ground on one side only, so could be regarded as a yanagiba more than the normal sujihiki style slicer.

    The blade has a lovely profile and the edge is well ground. Fit and finish are quite outstanding given its price point. So if you are looking for a versatile slicer that is easy to maintain and is easy on the pocket, you need look no further!

  • Weight: 5.8 oz (164 g)
  • Edge Length: 271 mm
  • Total Length: 390 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 2.2 mm
  • Blade Height: 38.9 mm
  • Left-Handed Grind

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|kanehide1||item-1||solidtemplate||katkkn||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/kanehide-318.png||||||Kanehide Bessaku Semi Stainless Sujihiki 270mm Right||Kanehide-Suji270RIGHT||resources > japanese-knives > kabe > katkkn > ||Knife Types > Japanese Knives > Kanehide Knives > Kanehide TK Knives > ||99.950||99.950 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||The Kanehide Bessaku Sujihiki 270mm is an unusual knife in many respects. Foremost among those is its amazing value coupled to its outstanding levels of construction and fit and finish.

    The blade is made from a proprietary semi-stainless steel which Kanehide calls TK steel. This very interesting alloy is a bit like stainless with a bit of carbon, so it takes and holds a nice edge while being really easy to sharpen. Meanwhile as it is semi-stainless the normal maintenance routine associated with high carbon blades is reduced quite substantially. This knife has half the chromium of a fully stainless knife, so it will be reactive and form a patina. Wash and towel dry after each use, and use Bar Keepers Friend if desired. The knife is a mono steel construction and the steel is hardened to 60-61 HRC.

    Although Kanehide calls this a sujihiki, that name is usually associated with a double-bevel design. This knife is ground on one side only, so could be regarded as a yanagiba more than the normal sujihiki-style slicer.

    The blade has a lovely profile and the edge is well ground. Fit and finish are quite outstanding given its price point. So if you are looking for a versatile slicer that is easy to maintain and is easy on the pocket, you need look no further!

  • Weight: 5.7 ounces
  • Blade Length: 270 mm
  • Overall Length: 390 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 2.2 mm
  • Blade Height: 38.5 mm
  • Right-handed Grind

    ||||||||http://chefknivestogo.stores.turbify.net/kanehide1.html||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|kabe||item.||solidtemplate||japanese-knives||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/kanehide-bessaku-66.png||||||Kanehide Knives||||resources > japanese-knives > ||Knife Types > Japanese Knives > ||||||||||||||||0||1||0||0||||kapskn katkkn ||||Kanehide Bessaku is a specialty brand we found while visiting Seki City. They produce many knives for professional cooks. They use mono steel construction and good edge sharpness.||||||||http://chefknivestogo.stores.turbify.net/kabe.html||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|kapsbu18||item-1||solidtemplate||buknupto17an||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/kanehide-ps60-bunka-180mm-228.png||||||Kanehide PS60 Bunka 180mm||1689U||resources > bannobunkas > buknupto17an > ||Knife Types > Bunka Knives > Bunka Knives 170mm and Longer > ||165.000||165.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||This Kanehide bunka made with PS60 steel which Hitachi makes for the razor industry and has a dominant share of the market worldwide. Kanehide was able to increase the hardness to HRC 60-61 through special heat treating and also increasing the wear resistance by giving the blades by using a cryogenic treatment with liquid nitrogen at minus 180 degrees C. The sub-zero treating works to change retained austenite to martensite, as a result, it is effective not only to enhance the hardness but also the wear resistance.

    The result is a fully stainless knife that sharpens extremely well and cuts great. It features a nice, custom handle made by our woodworker.

  • Brand: Kanehide
  • Construction: Laser Cut, Mono Steel
  • Blade: Monosteel
  • HRC: 60-61
  • Edge: 50/50
  • Steel: PS60 Stainless
  • Weight: 4.4 oz / 126g
  • Blade Length: 182 mm
  • Overall Length: 320 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Heel: 2.3 mm
  • Blade Height at Heel: 47.3 mm
  • Handle: Oak Urushi Burnt Octagonal
  • Photos by Gustavo Bermudez

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|kapsgy19||item-1||solidtemplate||kapskn||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/kanehide-ps60-gyuto-195mm-286.png||||||Kanehide PS60 Gyuto 195mm||PS60-1210||resources > japanese-knives > kabe > kapskn > ||Knife Types > Japanese Knives > Kanehide Knives > Kanehide PS60 Knives > ||123.000||123.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Here is our top choice for an excellent entry level Japanese knife! The Kanehide PS60 Gyuto 195mm is made with high quality razor steel with nice hardness of HRC 60-61 through special heat treating. These blades are cryogenic frozen with liquid nitrogen at minus 180 degrees C to enhance the hardness but also the wear resistance.

    After 2 months of testing, we felt that this was quite simply the best Western-handled stainless steel knife in its price range. It's fully stainless, sharpens extremely well, and has a nice handle. It's superior to the Mac Pro, Masamoto VG, Tojiro DP, Misono UX10, Richmond Artifex, and the Fujiwara FKM which we also sell and are all in a similar price range. Try it. You won't regret it.

  • Maker: Kanehide
  • Edge Grind: Double Bevel
  • Edge Length: 195mm
  • Spine Thickness: 2.1mm
  • Height: 44mm
  • Steel: PS60 Stainless
  • HRC: 60-61
  • Handle: Yo, Rosewood
  • Maker Region: Seki City, Japan
  • Photos by Gustavo Bermudez

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|kapswagy21||item-1||solidtemplate||kapskn||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/kanehide-ps60-wa-gyuto-210mm-165.png||||||Kanehide PS60 Gyuto 210mm||PS60-1611U||resources > japanese-knives > kabe > kapskn > ||Knife Types > Japanese Knives > Kanehide Knives > Kanehide PS60 Knives > ||149.950||149.950 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Kanehide PS60 Wa Gyuto 210mm. This knife was a special request for us and we think it's going to dominate the market for a good, thin, wa handled knife at a lower price point. The quality is too good to resist. Hitachi makes this steel for the razor industry and has a dominant share of the market world wide and is nearly identical to AEB-L.

    Kanehide was able to increase the hardness to HRC 60-61 through special heat treating and also increasing the wear resistance by giving the blades by using a cryogenic treatment with liquid nitrogen at minus 180 degrees C. The sub-zero treating works to change retained austenite to martensite, as a result, it is effective not only to enhance the hardness but also the wear resistance.

    The result is a fully stainless knife that sharpens extremely well and cuts great. It features a nice oak wood handle in an octagonal shape with a burnt finish design. Give it a try and we think you'll be as delighted with this knife as we are.

  • Brand: Kanehide
  • Location: Seki City, Japan
  • Construction: Laser Cut/Mono Steel
  • Bevel: Double Bevel
  • Edge Grind: Asymmetric 70/30 (ok for lefty or righty)
  • Weight: 4.6oz (132g)
  • Blade Length: 210mm
  • Overall Length: 355mm
  • Spine Thickness at Heel: 2.1mm
  • Blade Height at Heel: 45.7mm
  • Steel: PS60 Stainless
  • HRC: 60-61
  • Handle: Urushi Octagonal (New Trust Pictures)

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|kapsgy21||item-1||solidtemplate||kapskn||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/kanehide-ps60-gyuto-210mm-487.png||||||Kanehide PS60 Gyuto 210mm||PS60-1211||resources > japanese-knives > kabe > kapskn > ||Knife Types > Japanese Knives > Kanehide Knives > Kanehide PS60 Knives > ||135.000||135.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Our number 1 pick for a good quality, entry level gyuto! The Kanehide PS60 Gyuto 210mm is a lotta knife for the money. Hitachi makes this steel for the razor industry and has a dominant share of the market world wide. The steel is almost identical to AEB-L and 13C26. Kanehide was able to increase the hardness to HRC 60-61 through special heat treating and also increasing the wear resistance by giving the blades a cryogenic treatment with liquid nitrogen at minus 180 degrees C. The sub-zero treating works to change retained austenite to martensite, as a result, it is effective not only to enhance the hardness but also the wear resistance.

    We tested this knife for over 2 months and it's quite simply the best Western-handled stainless steel knife in its price range. It's fully stainless, sharpens exceptionally well, and has a nice handle. We think it's better than the Mac Pro, Masamoto VG, Tojiro DP, Misono UX10, Richmond Artifex, and the Fujiwara FKM which we also sell and are all in a similar price range. Give it a try and we think you'll be as delighted with this knife as we are.

  • Brand: Kanehide
  • Location: Seki City Japan
  • Construction: Laser Cut/ Mono Steel
  • Bevel: Double Bevel
  • Edge Grind: Asymmetric 70/30 (Ok for lefty or righty)
  • Weight: 6.3 ounces
  • Blade Length: 210 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 2 mm
  • Blade Height: 46 mm
  • Steel: PS60 Stainless
  • HRC: 60-61
  • Handle: Western, Rosewood

    ||||||||||||||||0||||||||||New||||||||||||||0||~~|^^|kapsgy24||item-1||solidtemplate||kapskn||https://s.turbifycdn.com/aah/chefknivestogo/kanehide-ps60-gyuto-240mm-424.png||||||Kanehide PS60 Gyuto 240mm||PS60-1212||resources > japanese-knives > kabe > kapskn > ||Knife Types > Japanese Knives > Kanehide Knives > Kanehide PS60 Knives > ||150.000||150.000 ||||||||||||1||1||1||0||||||||Kanehide PS60 Gyuto 240mm. The base of the steel is Hitachi Gin5 which is the most popular steel made for razors and is used by razor blade manufacturers around the world. The steel is almost identical to AEB-L and 13C26. Kanehide wa