Kanjo HAP40 Gyuto 240mm
Kanjo HAP40 Gyuto 240mm
Kanjo HAP40 Gyuto 240mm
Kanjo HAP40 Gyuto 240mm
Kanjo HAP40 Gyuto 240mm
Kanjo HAP40 Gyuto 240mm
Kanjo HAP40 Gyuto 240mm
Kanjo HAP40 Gyuto 240mm
Kanjo HAP40 Gyuto 240mm
Kanjo HAP40 Gyuto 240mm

Kanjo HAP40 Gyuto 240mm

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Knife Information

This line of outstanding HAP40 Steel knives are crafted by Master Kanjo Tsukahara, from Seki City, Japan. Coming from a family of master sharpeners, Kanjo San has taken to creating these pieces to share with the world. They are a clean, classy knife with light weight, subtle hammer finish, and extreme out of the box sharpness, as you’d come to expect from a family of sharpeners. HAP40 is an exotic Powder Stainless Steel of exceptional performance. It has 20% more Carbon than VG10, and can be hardened much higher for fantastic edge retention.

Best paired with a 27cm felt lined blade guard and a 1000/6000 whetstone

Specifications
Style: Gyuto
Blade Length: 240mm
Blade Material: HAP40 Powder Stainless Steel
Blade Height: 50mm
Spine Thicnkess @ Heel: 2mm
Spine Thicnkess @ Mid: 1.9mm
Handle Material: Octagon Pakka Wood
Weight: 175g
HRC: 65

Customer Reviews

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Eric Fuhrmann
Excellent

Love the new knife! HAP40 is a top tier steel and these knives look beautiful with the subtle hammer finish. Just remember its semi-stainless so they will patina, you need to wash and wipe after use. They should stay sharp for a long time before needing a sharpen, which I am yet to attempt but have heard they are easier than metals such as R2, VG10 or ZDP.
I found them to be well priced and if lucky to get them on sale then they're a bargain. I bought the 240mm gyuto and have since ordered the Nakiri and Petty also.

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Eric Fuhrmann
Excellent

Love the new knife! HAP40 is a top tier steel and these knives look beautiful with the subtle hammer finish. Just remember its semi-stainless so they will patina, you need to wash and wipe after use. They should stay sharp for a long time before needing a sharpen, which I am yet to attempt but have heard they are easier than metals such as R2, VG10 or ZDP. I found them to be well priced and if lucky to get them on sale then they're a bargain. I bought the 240mm gyuto and have since ordered the Nakiri and Petty also.