Nigara Hamono SG2 Raindrop Damascus Kiritsuke Gyuto 210mm - Ebony
Nigara Hamono SG2 Raindrop Damascus Kiritsuke Gyuto 210mm - Ebony
Nigara Hamono SG2 Raindrop Damascus Kiritsuke Gyuto 210mm - Ebony
Nigara Hamono SG2 Raindrop Damascus Kiritsuke Gyuto 210mm - Ebony
Nigara Hamono SG2 Raindrop Damascus Kiritsuke Gyuto 210mm - Ebony
Nigara Hamono SG2 Raindrop Damascus Kiritsuke Gyuto 210mm - Ebony
Nigara Hamono SG2 Raindrop Damascus Kiritsuke Gyuto 210mm - Ebony
Nigara Hamono SG2 Raindrop Damascus Kiritsuke Gyuto 210mm - Ebony
Nigara Hamono SG2 Raindrop Damascus Kiritsuke Gyuto 210mm - Ebony
Nigara Hamono SG2 Raindrop Damascus Kiritsuke Gyuto 210mm - Ebony
Nigara Hamono SG2 Raindrop Damascus Kiritsuke Gyuto 210mm - Ebony
Nigara Hamono SG2 Raindrop Damascus Kiritsuke Gyuto 210mm - Ebony
Nigara Hamono SG2 Raindrop Damascus Kiritsuke Gyuto 210mm - Ebony
Nigara Hamono SG2 Raindrop Damascus Kiritsuke Gyuto 210mm - Ebony

Nigara Hamono SG2 Raindrop Damascus Kiritsuke Gyuto 210mm - Ebony

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Specifications

Style: Kiritsuke
Blade Length: 200mm
Overall Length: 340mm
Height @ Heel: 49mm
Spine Thickness @ Mid: 2mm
Weight: 183g
Blade Material: SG2 Core, Stainless Raindrop Damascus Clad
Handle Material: Octagon Ebony
HRC: ∼63

Introducing

Nigara Hamono

Nigara Hamono are truly some of the most experienced knifemakers in Japan. Now on their 8th generation of blacksmiths, they are masters at stainless damascus forging and heat treatment. The Anmon Damascus we have available have a matte finish and are polished underneath, resulting in a brilliant visual contrast.

Blade Type

The Gyuto is the general purpose chef knife to suit many tasks, including cutting larger meats and vegetables. It is the most commonly found knife type in many professional kitchens around the world.

Steel Type

SG “Powder Stainless Steel” contains more carbon that traditional carbon steel knives (Aogami, Shirogami) but is also high in stainless elements. This means your knife will hold an extremely sharp edge for a very long time, whilst requiring basically no maintenance in order to stay rust-free. This steel is extremely hard. The harder the steel, the more brittle it can be.

For more information check the definitive guide to Japanese steel

Recommended Maintenance

· Store your knife in a dry environment away from leather pouches or any sources of moisture.

· To maintain your Japanese knives’ sharp edge use a
whetstone. Stones are available on our website.

For more indepth information read our blog Caring For Your Japanese Knife

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Customer Reviews

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Peter

Beautiful blade, quite sharp. The maker did forget the cap on the handle however.