The Itto Ryu Gyuto kitchen knife is the Japanese version of the Western chef's knife. Boasting an all-inclusive design, this kitchen knife can meet all your meals' many demands. Designed with high-grade VG10 steel, the partial-tang design makes this an affordable but durable implement for your kitchen. Inspired by the rough-and-tumble atmosphere of Japanese fish markets, this knife isn't afraid to get dirty.
The blade is made of VG10 carbon steel, an especially hard material that allows you more force with less effort. The handle, made of black Pakka wood, is moisture resistant and hardwearing, essential attributes in every high quality kitchen knife. Hold the handle, and you'll be pleased to discover that it's easy to grip. You'll also notice its good balance at the hilt, giving you more control in your cuts. Honour your kitchen with this Japanese chef's knife: its dazzling charm will inspire your every meal.
Total Length: 12 inches (30 cm)
Blade Length: 7 inches (18 cm)
Weight: 4.2 oz (119 g)
Made in Japan
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