Takada no Hamono Silver #3 Suiboku Gyuto 210mm Rosewood Handle (Extra Thin)
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Mitsuaki Takada-san has trained under Hiroshi Ashi-san for years before setting up his own sharpening house, Takada Hamono late 2019. Takada-san has a unique sense of beauty in his patterns and profiles but what sets his work apart from other blades is his consistent convex grind that imbues both strength and cutting ability in perfect balance; additionally, his style minimizes ingredient stiction to the blade. He is a jolly man full of smiles, and we are proud to support his new venture.
A chef's knife ('Gyuto' in Japanese) is the most versatile blade that can handle almost anything in the kitchen. Their shape and often generous edge length mean that whether it's cutting small tomatoes or portioning a large roast, you can do it with one blade. Most cooks have multiple chef's knives and it is not hard to justify getting one more when it has so much utility.
Brand: Takada no Hamono
Blacksmith: Nakagawa Blacksmith
Producing Area: Sakai-Osaka/ Japan
Steel: Yasuki Silver #3 (Ginsan), Soft Stainless Clad
Handle: Rosewood & Pakka Ferrule Octagonal
Total Length: 349mm
Edge Length: 194mm
Handle to Tip Length: 208mm
Blade Height: 45mm
Handle Length: 138mm
Hand Orientation: Ambidextrous
Sharpener: Mitsuaki Takada