About the Shape: Inspired by the profile of a traditional European chef knife, Gyutos are a multi purpose knife with a slight meat cutting bias. “Gyuto” translates to “cow sword.” If you want one knife to do it all, This is it. Starting at 180mm, Gyutos can reach the ridiculously long (and awesome) 370mm. For the at-home or professional cook, we recommend a Gyuto which measures between 210mm and 270mm long.
About of the Blacksmith: Born in 1942, Ken Kageura is a 25th generation black- smith and has been making knives for over 50 years. Hailing from the city of Yusuhara on Shikoku Island, his methods are super cool; old school and modern all at the same time. Kaguera-san puts more effort than most into making his knives. The primary example of this is his penchant for recycled materials. He often uses scrap metal in the form of discarded hand tools, or even a ship’s hull to clad his high quality carbon steel creations. The result is something unlike any other blacksmith’s work we know of.
||#2 Aogami (Blue carbon) Steel
||American Cherry with Red Pakka Collar