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Hitohira T10 Migaki Gyuto 210mm Pakka Handle

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Description

What kind of knife is this?

The gyuto is a true all-rounder and suitable for a wide variety of cutting tasks. A go-to knife for many and an ideal shape to start out with. Based on the Western style chef’s knife, the gyuto has a decent length, enough height to clear the knuckles from the cutting board and a somewhat narrow tip. It’s just as good at chopping an onion or cabbage, as slicing a roast or portioning fish. There's no shame in owning multiple gyuto's

Care Instructions

This is a stainless steel knife. It becomes stainless due to a certain amount (10-13%) of chromium and/or nickel in the alloy, it forms a film layer which acts as a barrier between metal and oxygen. Stainless steel is easy, practical and functional but not completely maintenance free. With very bad maintenance it can rust or show pitting, after all it’s called stainless not stain-free steel. The corrosion resistance varies with each stainless steel. In my opinion the same rules apply here as with carbon steel (non-stainless).

Store your knife dry and clean, never let it air-dry after washing, no dishwasher and avoid extremely hard products like frozen foods or bones ect. But a big difference to carbon steel is that your margin of error is much bigger, the rust resistance is much greater and thus easier and more worry free to maintain.

Please note that there are many different stainless steels, just like carbon steels, each with its own properties and characteristics. Each should be judged individually.



Detailed Spec

Brand: Hitohira ひとひら
Producing Area: Echizen-Fukui/ Japan
Profile: Gyuto
Size: 210mm
Steel Type: Stainless Steel
Steel: V10 Special, Soft Stainless Clad
Handle: Pakka Western
Total Length: 338mm
Edge Length: 214mm
Handle to Tip Length: 218mm
Blade Height: 44mm
Thickness: 2.1mm
Handle Length: 120mm
Weight: 159g
Hand Orientation: Ambidextrous
Hardness: 61±1HRC
Update: October 14, 2023