Nigara Aogami (Blue) Super Kurouchi Tsuchime Finished Gyuto 210/ 240mm – K&S - Sydney

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Nigara  |  SKU: NIGA_ASKU_GY210

Nigara Aogami (Blue) Super Kurouchi Tsuchime Finished Gyuto 210/ 240mm

$199.00
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The Blue Super line from Nigara features the unique Kaen (火炎, flame) hammer pattern. The stainless cladding and Blue Super core is the perfect entry point to dive into the world of carbon steel.
I often recommend professionals to get the stainless clad carbon rather than full carbon because sometimes the kitchen can be a bit too busy to look after an iron cladded knife. 

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Since being appointed by the domain of Tsugaru to make Japanese swords, Nigara Forging has a history of over 350 years.

As one of the few noble swordsmiths in Japan, Nigara homono has continued to preserve this art. The making of swords has been abandoned as a business item since 1965, but the same forging techniques such as welding and hammering have been kept alive in the making of kitchen knives since then.

 

Measurements 

210 mm 240 mm
Weight 158 g 187 g
Total Length 345 mm 380 mm
Tip to Heel Length 199 mm 228 mm
Blade Height at Heel 48.5 mm 48.8 mm
Width of Spine Above Heel 2.1 mm 2.2 mm
Width of Spine at Middle of Blade 2.1 mm  2.2 mm
Width of Spine at about 2cm from tip 0.9 mm 0.8 mm

 

Steel type: Aogami (Blue) Super

Hardness (HRC): 63-64

Handle Design: K&S Teak wood handle. Optional handles available. 

 

 

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Nigara

Nigara Aogami (Blue) Super Kurouchi Tsuchime Finished Gyuto 210/ 240mm

From $199.00

The Blue Super line from Nigara features the unique Kaen (火炎, flame) hammer pattern. The stainless cladding and Blue Super core is the perfect entry point to dive into the world of carbon steel.
I often recommend professionals to get the stainless clad carbon rather than full carbon because sometimes the kitchen can be a bit too busy to look after an iron cladded knife. 

==========

Since being appointed by the domain of Tsugaru to make Japanese swords, Nigara Forging has a history of over 350 years.

As one of the few noble swordsmiths in Japan, Nigara homono has continued to preserve this art. The making of swords has been abandoned as a business item since 1965, but the same forging techniques such as welding and hammering have been kept alive in the making of kitchen knives since then.

 

Measurements 

210 mm 240 mm
Weight 158 g 187 g
Total Length 345 mm 380 mm
Tip to Heel Length 199 mm 228 mm
Blade Height at Heel 48.5 mm 48.8 mm
Width of Spine Above Heel 2.1 mm 2.2 mm
Width of Spine at Middle of Blade 2.1 mm  2.2 mm
Width of Spine at about 2cm from tip 0.9 mm 0.8 mm

 

Steel type: Aogami (Blue) Super

Hardness (HRC): 63-64

Handle Design: K&S Teak wood handle. Optional handles available. 

 

 

Length

  • 210 mm
  • 240 mm
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