Seki Kanetsugu Saiun VG10 Gyuto 230mm
Seki Kanetsugu Saiun VG10 Gyuto 230mm
Seki Kanetsugu Saiun VG10 Gyuto 230mm
Seki Kanetsugu Saiun VG10 Gyuto 230mm
Seki Kanetsugu Saiun VG10 Gyuto 230mm
$269.00 AUD

Seki Kanetsugu Saiun VG10 Gyuto 230mm

Seki Kanetsugu

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Seki Kanetsugu was founded in 1918 by Matsujiro Kawamura, who’s bloodline traces back to a swordsmith by the name of Kanetsugu, making Katanas in 1345. He prides himself on producing the best knives possible to honour Kanetsugu’s name. Using a combination of traditional blacksmithing techniques and modern technology, the knives of the Saiun line perform superbly whilst paying homage to their roots. 

With a full tang western handle design, these knives carry a little extra weight, and are made from VG10 Steel, a fully stainless high-carbon steel. They are excellent knives for the price. 

STEEL BREAKDOWN – VG10 is perhaps the most common of the stainless steels found in Japanese knives. Made by Takefu Special Steel, it’s quality and all round high performance makes it a solid choice for a knife with good edge holding, low maintenance, and low fragility.

Specifications

Style: Gyuto
Blade Length: 230mm
Weight: 250g
Blade Height @ Heel: 49mm
Bevel: Double Bevel
Spine Thickness @ Heel: 2.3mm
Blade Material: VG10 Core, Stainless Damascus Cladding
Handle Material: Western Full Tang Linen Micarta
HRC: 60

Knife Information

Seki Kanetsugu was founded in 1918 by Matsujiro Kawamura, who’s bloodline traces back to a swordsmith by the name of Kanetsugu, making Katanas in 1345. He prides himself on producing the best knives possible to honour Kanetsugu’s name. Using a combination of traditional blacksmithing techniques and modern technology, the knives of the Saiun line perform superbly whilst paying homage to their roots. 

With a full tang western handle design, these knives carry a little extra weight, and are made from VG10 Steel, a fully stainless high-carbon steel. They are excellent knives for the price. 

STEEL BREAKDOWN – VG10 is perhaps the most common of the stainless steels found in Japanese knives. Made by Takefu Special Steel, it’s quality and all round high performance makes it a solid choice for a knife with good edge holding, low maintenance, and low fragility.

Specifications

Style: Gyuto
Blade Length: 230mm
Weight: 250g
Blade Height @ Heel: 49mm
Bevel: Double Bevel
Spine Thickness @ Heel: 2.3mm
Blade Material: VG10 Core, Stainless Damascus Cladding
Handle Material: Western Full Tang Linen Micarta
HRC: 60

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