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Tadokoro Wide Bevel White #2 Gyuto 210mm
Tadokoro Wide Bevel White #2 Gyuto 210mm Tadokoro Wide Bevel White #2 Gyuto 210mmTadokoro Wide Bevel White #2 Gyuto 210mmTadokoro Wide Bevel White #2 Gyuto 210mm
Tadokoro Wide Bevel White #2 Gyuto 210mm Tadokoro Wide Bevel White #2 Gyuto 210mmTadokoro Wide Bevel White #2 Gyuto 210mmTadokoro Wide Bevel White #2 Gyuto 210mm

Tadokoro Wide Bevel White #2 Gyuto 210mm

Item #: TadokoroW2-Gyuto210

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New for 2019! Makoto Tadokoro is a young blacksmith from Tosa Japan and was trained by Morihiro san from Sakai who is considered one of the best blade sharpeners in Japan. These knives are beautiful with high fit and finish using White #2 steel with Japanese traditional ni mai blade grinds. We were seriously impressed when we got a sample of his work and we think you will be too.

  • Blacksmith: Todokoro san
  • Location: Tosa Japan
  • Construction: San Mai Hammer Forged
  • Edge Steel: White #2
  • Cladding: Soft Iron
  • Engraving: Hand Engraved
  • Edge Grind: Even Grind
  • Blade Grind: Wide Bevel Style
  • Edge Length: 200mm
  • Height: 42mm
  • Total Length: 340mm
  • Weight: 5oz / 142g
  • Handle: Rosewood Octagonal
  • Ferrule: Black Pakka Wood



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      Good Knife, February 5, 2021
    Posted By: Jeff Dickey - verified customer

    Probably the best-looking knife I own. Fit and finish are on point and I love the gapped machi. Out of the box sharpness good, not great, but easily corrected. My reservation is in the blade height. In hand this feels almost like a short, tall Sujhiki, At least by comparison to others it is a very short Gyuto. Where my hand is in relationship to the board when doing Gyuto-type work has taken some getting used to. I didn't think 5-8mm of blade height difference would be a big deal and was surprised by how much I notice it. I recommend this knife, but you should be aware of this (not so apparent to me from the pictures) blades height. Would love to see Steve do a video review and hear his thoughts

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