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Gyuto knife made by Japanese Tetsuhiro Knife Company from Sanjo City in Niigata Prefecture. 240 mm long blade made by Japanese traditional method "Varicomi" (Inserted hard steel between softer stainless steel) using super-pure high carbon Blue Super steel as a core. Western-style knife handle made from strong black paper micarta.
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Gyuto knife made by Japanese Tetsuhiro Knife Company from Sanjo City in Niigata Prefecture. 210 mm long blade made by Japanese traditional method "Varicomi" (Inserted hard steel between softer stainless steel) using super-pure high carbon Blue Super steel as a core. Western-style knife handle made from strong black paper micarta.
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Gyuto knife made by Japanese Tetsuhiro Knife Company from Sanjo City in Niigata Prefecture. 210 mm long blade made by Japanese traditional method "Varicomi" (Inserted hard steel between softer stainless steel) using super-pure high carbon Blue steel 2 (Aogami 2) as a core. Western-style knife handle made from strong black paper micarta.
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Santoku knife made by Japanese Tetsuhiro Knife Company from Sanjo City in Niigata Prefecture. 160mm long blade made by Japanese traditional method "Varicomi" (Inserted hard steel between softer stainless steel) using super-pure high carbon Blue steel 2 (Aogami 2) as a core. Western-style handle made from solid black paper micarta.
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Nakiri knife made by Japanese Tetsuhiro Knife Company from Sanjo City in Niigata Prefecture. 160mm long blade made by Japanese traditional method "Varicomi" (Inserted hard steel between softer stainless steel) using super-pure high carbon Blue steel 2 (Aogami 2) as a core. Western-style handle made from solid black paper micarta.
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Gyuto knife made by Japanese Tetsuhiro Knife Company from Sanjo City in Niigata Prefecture. 240 mm long blade made by Japanese traditional method "Varicomi" (Inserted hard steel as a core between softer stainless steel) using spesialized cutlery powder steel Super Gold 2 (SG2)-also known as "powder high-speed stainless steel) as the central core. Western-style handle made from strong black paper micarta.
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Gyuto knife made by Japanese Tetsuhiro Knife Company from Sanjo City in Niigata Prefecture. 210 mm long blade made by Japanese traditional method "Varicomi" (Inserted hard steel as a core between softer stainless steel) using spesialized cutlery powder steel Super Gold 2 (SG2)-also known as "powder high-speed stainless steel) as the central core. Western-style handle made from strong black paper micarta.
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Gyuto knife made by Japanese Tetsuhiro Knife Company from Sanjo City in Niigata Prefecture. 175mm long blade made by Japanese traditional method "Varicomi" (Inserted hard steel as a core between softer stainless steel) using high-purity steel Super Gold 2 (SG2)) as the central core. Western-style handle made from black paper micarta.
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Nakiri knife made by Japanese Tetsuhiro Knife Company from Sanjo City in Niigata Prefecture. 160mm long blade made by Japanese traditional method "Varicomi" (Inserted hard steel as a core between softer stainless steel) using specialized cutlery powder steel Super Gold 2 (SG2)-also known as "powder high-speed stainless steel) as the central core. Western-style handle made from solid black paper micarta.
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Gyuto knife made by Japanese Tetsuhiro Knife Company from Sanjo City in Niigata Prefecture. 175 mm long blade made by Japanese traditional method "Varicomi" (Inserted hard steel between softer stainless steel) using super-pure high carbon Blue Super steel as a core. Western-style knife handle made from strong black paper micarta.
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Tetsuhiro Santoku knife is an excellent choice for home "Everyday" cooking and it is an excellent first knife for people who wants to start using a Japanese knife. Knife packed in premium Japanese authentic gift box with traditional patterns.
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The blade shape and high carbon Blue Super steel will guarantee an excellent cutting ability and high sharpness for a long time. The blade corrosion resistance a quite high but it is better to wipe it to dry after use (core steel is not stainless).
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Santoku knife made by Japanese Tetsuhiro Knife Company from Sanjo City in Niigata Prefecture. 170 mm long blade made by Japanese traditional method "Varicomi" (Inserted hard steel between softer stainless steel) using super-pure high carbon Blue Super steel as a core. Western-style knife handle made from strong black paper micarta.
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Nakiri knife made by Japanese Tetsuhiro Knife Company from Sanjo City in Niigata Prefecture. 170 mm long blade made by Japanese traditional method "Varicomi" (Inserted hard steel between softer stainless steel) using super-pure high carbon Blue Super steel as a core. Western-style knife handle made from strong black paper micarta.
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Gyuto knife made by Japanese Tetsuhiro Knife Company from Sanjo City in Niigata Prefecture. 240 mm long blade made by Japanese traditional method "Varicomi" (Inserted hard steel between softer stainless steel) using super-pure high carbon Blue steel 2 (Aogami 2) as a core. Western-style knife handle made from strong black paper micarta.
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Gyuto knife made by Japanese Tetsuhiro Knife Company from Sanjo City in Niigata Prefecture. 175 mm long blade made by Japanese traditional method "Varicomi" (Inserted hard steel between softer stainless steel) using super-pure high carbon Blue steel 2 (Aogami 2) as a core. Western-style knife handle made from strong black paper micarta.
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In the late Edo period, was founded Yoshiyo Knife company where Tetsuo Kiryu became a disciple. Then he founded independently as Kiryu Seisakusho Company with the brand name of Tetsuhiro(Tetsuhiro Knives) in 1945.

Initially, it was a blacksmith who specialized in deba and sashimi knives, eventually worked on hatchets, etc. This company was known as a luxury brand in the local area, and was able to mass-produce with many disciples.

When stainless steel knives came in from Europe after the war, Mr. Tetsuo, who was enthusiastic about research and liked new things, put the production of stainless steel knives on track due to trial and error.

As a result, he closed the blacksmith and made replaced many of the spring hammers and blacksmithing equipment he owned at the time with mass-produced machines such as presses.

Kiryu Seisakusho Company succeed in mass production of stainless steel knives for the first time in the Niigata production area of Japan.

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