The Harukaze gyuto uses core steel of Aogami #2 (Blue #2), a Blue #2 steel. Surrounding the carbon steel core is a layer of stainless steel cladding.
This gyuto sports a Yo, or Western-style handle, with full bolster. The scales on the handles are stabilized black parkawood. The Kanji is hand engraved.
Location: Tosa, Japan
Construction: San Mai (Clad)
Cladding: Hammer Stainless
Core Steel: Aogami #2 (AO)
Handle: Yo (Western)
Scales: Black Pakkawood
Knife Profile: Gyuto
Weight: 8.0 ounces
Blade Length: 245 mm
Total Length: 372 mm
Spine Thickness at Base: 2.2 mm
Blade Height: 48.80 mm
Engraving: Hand Engraved
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