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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 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


Semiprofessional Gyuto knife made by Japanese Miki Knife Company. With 270mm long, blade made from well-known “Workhorse” of Japanese knife industry and one of the most popular steel for Gyuto among professionals-SK5. Simple and neat Black Pakkawood handle.
163 USD


Semiprofessional Gyuto knife made by Japanese Miki Knife Company. With 240mm long, blade made from well-known “Workhorse” of Japanese knife industry and one of the most popular steel for Gyuto among professionals-SK5. Simple and neat Black Pakkawood handle.
142 USD


Semiprofessional Gyuto knife made by Japanese Miki Knife Company. With 210mm long, blade made from well-known “Workhorse” of Japanese knife industry and one of the most popular steel for Gyuto among professionals-SK5. Simple and neat Black Pakkawood handle.
110 USD


Semiprofessional Gyuto knife made by Japanese Miki Knife Company. 180mm long, blade made from well-known “Workhorse” of Japanese knife industry and one of the most popular steel for Gyuto among professionals-SK5. Simple and neat Black Pakkawood handle.
106 USD
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SK-5 is a Japanese carbon tool steel equivalent to American 1080 steel. Essentially, it is a simple spring steel with added chromium for better hardenability. Keeps sharpening well, but is known mainly for its toughness.

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