Description et Histoire
Nakagawa x Myojin Damascus B1 gyuto 240mmThe gyuto is now known as the Japanese equivalent of a chef’s knife. This blade will amaze you from all points of view: finish, performance, geometry. Everything is taken care of down to the smallest detail.
History and curiosityNagakawa-san apprenticed with legendary master blacksmith Kenichi Shiraki who created the Shiraki Hamono brand, until becoming its leader when Shiraki-san retired. In 2005 Nakagawa-san changed the brand name to Nakagawa Hamono.
Nakagawa-san is today one of the renowned blacksmiths when it comes to high-end artisanal cutlery. He works with all types of steel, but where you can appreciate all his mastery of heat treatments is with Ginsan, Aogami #1 and Shirogami #1 steels.
Forged from Aogami #1 steel with a soft damask iron coating, giving us a hardness of approximately 63 HRC. In addition, the part concerning the sharpening and finishing of the blade has been entrusted to Naohito Myojin, one of the most recognized master sharpeners of the moment. Which sublimate the work of the blacksmith with a breathtaking blade geometry and a polishing entirely with natural stone.
The handleThe handle is handcrafted in dyed and stabilized black ash burl with mother-of-pearl inclusions, mammoth molar and silver nickel spacer, mother-of-pearl resin ferrule.
Technical sheetBrand: Nakagawa Hamono
Blacksmith: Satoshi Nakagawa
Steel: Aogami #1 with soft damask iron coating
type: gyuto 240mm
Hardness: 63 HRC
Blade length: 22 cm
Blade height at heel: 4.91 cm
thickness at heel: 2.5 mm
thickness at the tip: 0.3 mm
Weight: 126 g