Nakagawa Ginsan Kasumi Wide-bevel Gyuto 180/210/240 mm
Nakagawa Ginsan Kasumi Wide-bevel Gyuto 180/210/240 mm - 180 mm is backordered and will ship as soon as it is back in stock.
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|180 mm||210 mm||240 mm|
|Weight||136g||166 g||213 g|
|Tip to Heel Length||170 mm||201 mm||232 mm|
|Blade Height at Heel||41.4 mm||46 mm||52 mm|
|Width of Spine Above Heel||2.7 mm||2.5 mm||3.0 mm|
|Width of Spine at Middle of Blade||2.4 mm||2.2 mm||2.9 mm|
|Width of Spine at about 2cm from tip||0.9 mm||1 mm||1.2 mm|
Steel type: Ginsan core with stainless clad
Hardness (HRC): 60 - 61
Handle Design: K&S Teak wood handle. Optional handles available.
After the retirement of legendary master craftsman Kenichi Shiraki, Nakagawa-san, as Shiraki-san's disciple for almost 20 years, is heading the Shiraki Hamono (now as Nakagawa Hamono).
In fact, many of Shiraki-san's works including honyaki in the last 5 or more years were done by Nakagawa-san.
Nakagawa-san is also forging knives for some top tier lines from Sakai retailers, namely Sakai Kikumori, Sakai Jikko, and some other brands.
So K&S now is very pleased and honored to carry the latest works from Nakagawa-san, primarily in Ginsan steel with featured wide bevel, followed by more profiles and various steels in the near future.
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