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Yoshimi Hino White #2 Gyuto 210mm
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Yoshimi Hino White #2 Gyuto 210mm

Item #: KTO-501

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Yoshimi Kato has graciously done a custom line of knives for CKTG and these are they. The name Hino is after the river that flows through Echizen and these special knives use White #2 steel on the edge and are clad with stainless steel with a nice basketweave cladding for great looks and high performance.

  • Blacksmith: Yoshimi Kato
  • Location: Echizen Japan
  • Construction: Hammer Forged, San Mai
  • Edge Steel: White #2
  • HRC: 61
  • Cladding: Stainless
  • Finish: Basket Weave
  • Brand Name: Yoshimi Hino
  • Handle: Sandlewood D Shape
  • Ferrule: Black Pakkawood
  • Edge Grind: Even 50/50 Double Bevel
  • Engraving: Laser
  • Weight: 5.6 oz (160 g)
  • Blade Length: 215 mm
  • Total Length: 355 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 3.1 mm
  • Blade Height: 46.8 mm



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      Wow!, September 7, 2022
    Posted By: Matt

    Just got this knife in the mail today. I'm a professional cook and I own numerous Global knives, Miyabis, and Wustofs. This is my first hand made Japanese knife. The only thing I've really cut with it so far has been onions (today was my last day on vacation, so I'm going to rock this thing at work tomorrow), but given my experience with my other knives, I can already tell just how awesome this knife is.

    I think the handle is more comfortable than a more traditional wa handle (I do have a DaoVoa or whatever it's called from CKTG with a wa style handle) but neither style is particularly more or less ergonomic to me. In fact, I'd say my Myiabi Artisan knives my favorite handles. Nevertheless, this one has a good handle.

    The pattern hammered into the knife is stunning. I really love it. Plus, I think once the carbon steel portion develops a nice patina, the contrast will be wonderful.

    Overall, I'm really impressed with the quality and ease of use with this knife and I plan to by others from this line.


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