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Gyuto Swirl Damascus in Stabwood


Color: Stabwood

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Sharp and elegant chef knives, hand-forged in Japan

A quality chef's knife is almost as essential to preparing a great meal as heat and salt. Whether you're a burgeoning home cook just starting your culinary journey or a seasoned pro with a well-established collection, sharp, well-crafted knives are the difference between hours laboring over a cutting board and breezing through your prep work with ease. Hand-forged by Japanese masters from strong and durable steel, these knives are sure to be your most trusted kitchen companion from day one.

  • Hokiyama Gyuto Swirl Damascus is a multi-functional Japanese kitchen knife suitable for everyday use at home or in a professional kitchen
  • Versatile knife perfect for chopping and slicing, with a curved blade for easy rocking on the cutting board
  • Beautiful 33-layer Damascus pattern on the blade, unique to every individual knife
  • Polished into a mirror-like reflective surface
  • Curvy, matte-finish near the edge is the line between the 33 outer layers and the core
  • San-mai clad design with a super hard core with a softer stainless steel outer layer
  • Forged from Aichi's AUS-10 stainless steel, hardened to around 62 HRC
  • High Chromium content for a high resistance to corrosion
  • Octagonal handle is well balanced for right- and left-handed users
  • Handle made from strong and handsome maple burl stabilized and treated with resin
  • Made by Hokiyama Hamono, a smithy making traditional Japanese blades for over a century
  • Core: AUS-10 stainless steel
  • Outer: Stainless steel, 33 layers
  • Handle: Stabilized maple burl
Blade Shape Gyuto
Steel Type AUS-10
Hardness (HRC scale) 62
Overall Length 13.5"
Blade Length 8.3"
Blade Height 1.77"
Spine Thickness 0.08"
Weight 5.6 oz
Handle Length 5.0"
Handle Type / Wood Japanese / Stabwood
Blacksmith Hokiyama
  • Handwash in warm water and towel dry
  • Use a sharpening stone (not a honing steel) to sharpen your knife
  • Do not cut frozen foods and meat bones
  • Do not put the knife in a dishwasher

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