Tadafune Vintage SK Komakiri Gyuto 270mm Rosewood Handle (Brass Pin) | HITOHIRA
Tadafune Vintage SK Komakiri Gyuto 270mm Rosewood Handle (Brass Pin) | HITOHIRA
Tadafune Vintage SK Komakiri Gyuto 270mm Rosewood Handle (Brass Pin) | HITOHIRA
Tadafune Vintage SK Komakiri Gyuto 270mm Rosewood Handle (Brass Pin) | HITOHIRA
Tadafune Vintage SK Komakiri Gyuto 270mm Rosewood Handle (Brass Pin) | HITOHIRA
Tadafune Vintage SK Komakiri Gyuto 270mm Rosewood Handle (Brass Pin) | HITOHIRA
Tadafune Vintage SK Komakiri Gyuto 270mm Rosewood Handle (Brass Pin) | HITOHIRA
Tadafune Vintage SK Komakiri Gyuto 270mm Rosewood Handle (Brass Pin) | HITOHIRA
Tadafune Vintage SK Komakiri Gyuto 270mm Rosewood Handle (Brass Pin) | HITOHIRA
Tadafune Vintage SK Komakiri Gyuto 270mm Rosewood Handle (Brass Pin) | HITOHIRA
Tadafune Vintage SK Komakiri Gyuto 270mm Rosewood Handle (Brass Pin) | HITOHIRA

Tadafune Vintage SK Komakiri Gyuto 270mm Rosewood Handle (Brass Pin)

Part No. ZAA-010-FA270

Regular price $120.00 $0.00
Sourced from a closed supplier in Seki city, this new old stock has been waiting 30 years for use.
The vintage design and shape of this Gyuto is something special, too difficult and too expensive to make in the modern day at anywhere near this price. With a wider and taller stance, it allows a thinner and sharper edge than usual, all whilst maintaining a thick enough spine to be durable.
There is evidence of vintage quenching techniques on the blade, made from SK high carbon steel. This steel is somewhat similar to Kigami Yellow, simple to sharpen and retains its sharp edge longer. It is also easier to maintain than the pure carbon steels such as White or Blue steel.
The handle is made from rosewood, this was a popular choice for Gyuto produced around Tokyo of this time, and is available with brass or stainless steel handle pins.
We may never see this same shaped knife at this price in future, unless more new old stock is discovered. There is limited availability at Ai and Om knives, Pro Tooling Australia and Tosho Knife Arts also.

* Video was taken by Tosho Knife Arts using Tadafune Vintage SK Komakiri Gyuto 230mm Rosewood Handle (Stainless Pin).

Detailed Spec

Brand: Tadafune 源正舟 (忠舟)
Producing Area: Seki-Gifu/ Japan
Profile: Komakiri Gyuto
Size: 270mm
Steel Type: Carbon Steel
Steel: Mono SK High Carbon
Handle: Rosewood Western
Total Length: 412mm
Edge Length: 278mm
Handle to Tip Length: 282mm
Blade Height: 75mm
Thickness: 2.2mm
Handle Length: 130mm
Weight: 315g
Hand Orientation: Ambidextrous

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Might available on our partners website:
Tosho Knife Arts (Toronto, Canada)
Ai & Om Knives (Vancouver, Canada)
Professional Tooling (Australia)
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*Measurement and photos are from sample I picked up randomly, please understand that each item(s) has unique profile because of handmade.

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- Please use a soft plastic or wooden cutting board to protect the blade’s edge.

- Please don't heat or cool rapidly as it may change the structure of the steel.

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