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Tsunehisa SK Gyuto 240mm
Tsunehisa SK Gyuto 240mm Tsunehisa SK Gyuto 240mmTsunehisa SK Gyuto 240mmTsunehisa SK Gyuto 240mm
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Tsunehisa SK Gyuto 240mm

Item #: TSKW-G240

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Tsunehisa SK Gyuto 240mm. SK-4 steel was for many years the go-to carbon steel used in Japan for kitchen knives. Then Hitachi released the white paper and blue paper series and it fell out of favor. SK steel takes a nice, sharp edge and it's easy to work with so they can do them inexpensively.

The blade is laser cut from a single piece of SK steel before being ground, finished, and sharpened by hand.

The blade is quite thin and has a nice distal taper towards the tip. Very well done for a knife at this price point. The full tang is also stainless and the bolster is integrated into the blade. A good-looking black pakkawood handle is attached to the tang with three stainless pins. A nice laser kanji is a surprise addition to this well-priced knife.

Anyone looking to enter the world of Japanese kitchen knives would do well to include this very attractive gyuto in their short list. Just remember you must wipe it dry after use and washing to keep it from rusting.

  • Maker: Tsunehisa
  • Location: Tosa, Japan
  • Construction: Laser Cut, Mono Steel
  • Edge Grind: Even (see choil photo)
  • Steel: SK-4 Carbon Steel (Reactive, Towel Dry after washing)
  • Engraving: Laser Engraved
  • Weight: 7.6 ounces/ 218g
  • Blade Length: 243 mm
  • Total Length: 375 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 2.2 mm
  • Blade Height: 52 mm
  • Handle: Yo Black Pakkawood

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      Fun Knife, January 16, 2022
    Posted By: Nick

    Had the sharpening service done to the knife, so I am not sure on the OOTB sharpness. However, it was thinner than I thought. The handle is very basic, but balance is good, and overall f&f is good Gained a very nice blue patina after first few hot beef cuts. Clean it Everytime you are done with it, and there's no issues!

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