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Hinoura Tamashii W#2 Gyuto 210mm
Hinoura Tamashii W#2 Gyuto 210mm Hinoura Tamashii W#2 Gyuto 210mm
Hinoura Tamashii W#2 Gyuto 210mm Hinoura Tamashii W#2 Gyuto 210mm

Hinoura Tamashii W#2 Gyuto 210mm

Item #: TamashiiHinouraGyuto210

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(4 out of 5 based on 1 reviews)

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Our Price: $340.00
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Mr. Hinoura is a highly regarded blacksmith from Sanjo City, a city renowned for sword and knife making since the 17th century. Mr. Hinouraís Tamashii line of knives are kurouchi finished with stainless steel cladding over a Shirogami #2 carbon steel core. The cladding and kurouchi finish protect the reactive core steel minimizing maintenance, however, during normal use the exposed Shirogami steel will patina. Shirogami #2 is renowned for taking keen edges quickly and easily when sharpened. This 210mm gyuto is a unique design from its 240mm big brother. The 210mm has a relatively flat profile.

The agile size complements the extremely thin grind making the 210mm Tamashii an excellent choice for delicate tasks. The new Khii handle is made with ebony and has a slim profile which feels very nice in the hand. They finish on the Tamashii line of knives is high with an attractive and uniform finish and a clean handle installation with exposed machi. Please note the video was done with the old handle so it's out of date.

  • Blacksmith: Hinoura
  • Brand: Tamashi
  • Location: Sanjo City
  • Construction: San Mai, Hammer Forged
  • Cladding: Stainless Kurouchi Nashiji
  • Blade Length: 205mm
  • Height at heel: 43mm
  • Spine Thickness: 2.4mm
  • Weight: 4oz

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    4  Best Kurouchi Knife on the site, March 21, 2015
    Posted By: Sebastian

    Incredible knife. Very thin tip just as stated in the video, which just flies through ingredients. It is however really a very small 210. Mine measures 203mm. It's also not tall, but I don't mind that. The blade itself is perfectly finished and cuts very well. Edge retention is great, and it sharpens up fantastically. Also I've yet to notice any wedging at all so far.

    My only complaint is about the handle. The wood on my handle is chipping and falling apart at the ferrule. Definitely a candidate for a re-handle. I would expect better quality control for such a (semi-) expensive 210mm. Still worth every penny though.

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