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Minamoto VG-10 Damascus Gyuto 240mm
Minamoto VG-10 Damascus Gyuto 240mm Minamoto VG-10 Damascus Gyuto 240mmMinamoto VG-10 Damascus Gyuto 240mmMinamoto VG-10 Damascus Gyuto 240mm
Minamoto VG-10 Damascus Gyuto 240mm Minamoto VG-10 Damascus Gyuto 240mmMinamoto VG-10 Damascus Gyuto 240mmMinamoto VG-10 Damascus Gyuto 240mm

Minamoto VG-10 Damascus Gyuto 240mm

Item #: MKD-M103

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Minamoto VG-10 Damascus Gyuto 240mm. Located in Seki City, Minamoto has an excellent reputation for excellent quality knives at reasonable prices. This knife features VG-10 stainless steel clad in stainless damascus with very nice Western handles using black pakka wood. The edge grinds are very nice with excellent thin grinds. HRC on these knives is 60 so they're hard enough to take and hold a nice edge.

  • Steel: VG-10
  • Cladding: Damascus 33 Layer
  • Handle: Pakka Wood
  • Edge Length: 240mm
  • Height: 50mm
  • Weight: 8oz or 226g.

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    5  Excellent Gyuto/Chefs Knife, January 4, 2016
    Posted By: A. Tucker - verified customer

    This knife is wonderful! The blade comes with a very sharp edge out-of-the-box, the 240mm (approx. 9.5") length is perfect for a chefs knife, the blade is very thin (especially compared to my German "gyuto" which makes it much lighter and nimbler) yet appropriately stiff and strong, the balance is perfect (just behind a pinch grip), the blade profile has plenty of belly in it for getting your rock-chop on, and the fit/finish is beautiful. I see in the video review that mention is made of the relief that Minamoto recesses into the handle. All I can say about that is that, if you're holding the knife even remotely properly, you won't even come in contact with it. If it hadn't been pointed out, I would likely never have noticed it and there may be 0.1% of the population on earth with hand bigger than mine.My only gripe is that there is a bit of a burr on one side of the choil and spine. It hasn't presented itself as uncomfortable so far, but you'd think that manufacturers would clean up this kind of stuff when you're paying over a hundred dollars for a blade, but they usually don't (this goes for most manufacturers, not just Minamoto). I will likely take care of this myself soon with a little bit of sandpaper.All in all, I would highly recommend this knife to anyone looking for a sharp, light, nimble, and visually stunning 9-10" gyuto or chefs knife!

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