Goko Hamono

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This hand-forged Mandai Kogetsu Gyuto knife was made by Goko Hamono (Yoshito Yamakawa) from Kashiwa City in Chiba Prefecture. 240mm long blade made from Korikin stainless steel (Korikin is proprietary stainless steel and heat-treat protocol developed by Goko Hamono), heat-treated up to 59-60HRC. Round shape handles made from natural Rosewood.
454 USD
This hand-forged Mandai Kogetsu Gyuto knife was made by Goko Hamono (Yoshito Yamakawa) from Kashiwa City in Chiba Prefecture. 210mm long blade made from Korikin stainless steel (Korikin is proprietary stainless steel and heat-treat protocol developed by Goko Hamono), heat-treated up to 59-60HRC. Round shape handles made from natural Rosewood.
387 USD


This hand-forged Musashinokuni Kogetsu Petty knife was made by Goko Hamono (Yoshito Yamakawa) from Kashiwa City in Chiba Prefecture. Musashinokuni (武蔵国) means the Musashi Province, the old name for the province of Japan, which today comprises Tokyo, Kawasaki, Yokohama, Saitama Prefecture, and part of Kanagawa Prefecture. Musashinokuni Kogetsu is the knife series that represents Goko Hamono. The series offers exceptional value for money, as well as excellent sharpness for professionals. 150mm long blade made from SK5 high carbon steel, heat-treated up to 60-61HRC. Round shape handles made from natural Rosewood.
137 USD
This hand-forged Mandai Kogetsu Petty knife was made by Goko Hamono (Yoshito Yamakawa) from Kashiwa City in Chiba Prefecture. 150mm long blade made from Korikin stainless steel (Korikin is proprietary stainless steel and heat-treat protocol developed by Goko Hamono), heat-treated up to 59-60HRC. Round shape handles made from natural Rosewood.
332 USD
This all-hand-forged Shimosanokuni Kogetsu Hon-yaki Gyuto knife was made by Goko Hamono (Yoshito Yamakawa) from Kashiwa City in Chiba Prefecture. Shimosanokuni Kogetsu series is the highest grade series among all Goko Hamono's knives. 240mm long blade made from HITACHI White Steel 1(Shirogami#1), heat-treated (Honyaki) up to  62-63 HRC. Round shape handle made from natural Rosewood.
452 USD


This all-hand-forged Shimosanokuni Kogetsu Hon-yaki Gyuto knife was made by Goko Hamono (Yoshito Yamakawa) from Kashiwa City in Chiba Prefecture. Shimosanokuni Kogetsu series is the highest grade series among all Goko Hamono's knives. 210mm long blade made from HITACHI White Steel 1(Shirogami#1), heat-treated (Honyaki) up to  62-63 HRC. Round shape handle made from natural Rosewood.
378 USD
This hand-forged Musashinokuni Kogetsu Gyuto knife was made by Goko Hamono (Yoshito Yamakawa) from Kashiwa City in Chiba Prefecture. Musashinokuni (武蔵国) means the Musashi Province, the old name for the province of Japan, which today comprises Tokyo, Kawasaki, Yokohama, Saitama Prefecture, and part of Kanagawa Prefecture. Musashinokuni Kogetsu is the knife series that represents Goko Hamono. The series offers exceptional value for money, as well as excellent sharpness for professionals. 240mm long blade made from SK5 high carbon steel, heat-treated up to 60-61HRC. Round shape handles made from natural Rosewood.
209 USD
This hand-forged Musashinokuni Kogetsu Gyuto knife was made by Goko Hamono (Yoshito Yamakawa) from Kashiwa City in Chiba Prefecture. Musashinokuni (武蔵国) means the Musashi Province, the old name for the province of Japan, which today comprises Tokyo, Kawasaki, Yokohama, Saitama Prefecture, and part of Kanagawa Prefecture. Musashinokuni Kogetsu is the knife series that represents Goko Hamono. The series offers exceptional value for money, as well as excellent sharpness for professionals. 210mm long blade made from SK5 high carbon steel, heat-treated up to 60-61HRC. Round shape handles made from natural Rosewood.
170 USD
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Goko Hamono is a Japanese producer of handcrafted Gyuuto kitchen knives with the Dento seal of approval, which the country bestows on high-quality traditional crafts. Goko Hamono's knives are used by both expert chefs and regular people in kitchens all around the world.
Goko Hamono's knives are one-of-a-kind since they are entirely handcrafted. The degree of quality is significantly different. A Goko Hamono handcrafted knife is first and foremost a cooking tool, but it also represents the character and individuality of its creator from tip to handle. Real handcrafted blades may not have the same immaculate surface as machine-made knives, but the functioning of the blade, or how it cuts, is far more essential.
It is not rare for international customers to wait 6-8 months for their own Goko Hamono Knife.

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