240mm Tsubame MV gyuto
240mm Tsubame MV gyuto
The Tsubame series is made by Kataoka hamono of Niigata, Japan. Kataoka hamono, founded in 1958, is also the maker of the Brieto and Tamahagane brands which are popular in the Japanese domestic market.
If you want a wa-gyuto that is hygienic, this is the answer. The handle is made of elastomer resin with an antibacterial agent called Novalon AGZ330. The handle feels good in the hand thanks to its rubber-like properties. It is also heat-resistant and can withstand temperatures up to 115C. This is a practical, affordable, and reliable gyuto; a true bang-for-the-buck.
Maker: Kataoka hamono
Location: Niigata, Japan
Knife type: gyuto
Construction type: monosteel
Steel category: stainless
Steel type: AUS8 - Molybdenum Vanadium
Total length: 389mm
Blade length: 241mm
Blade height at heel: 49mm
Spine thickness at handle: 1.7mm
Spine thickness at heel: 1.6mm
Spine thickness at middle: 1.5mm
Spine thickness 1cm from the tip: 0.8mm
Handle: octagonal elastomer resin
Hand orientation: ambidextrous
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Shipping & Returns
Shipping & Returns
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Japanese kitchen knives requires some attention. It's crucial to pay attention to the following points.
• Always use the appropriate knife for the task.
• Refrain from moving the knife in a lateral direction.
• Avoid bones, frozen food, and ingredients with hard seeds.
• Always use a wooden or rubbing cutting board. Avoid hard plastic, glass, or marble.
• Wash and dry the blade as soon as you're done with it especially carbon steel knives.
• Always wash your Japanese kitchen knife by hand. Never use a dishwasher.
• Use sharpening whetstones to sharpen or touch up your Japanese knife. Honing rods are not recommended as using these will cause damage to the edge. Only use a honing rod on western knives; never use them on Japanese knives.