175mm GYUTO #220
This is a tall solid variant.
The Gyuto shape was developed by Japanese knifemakers in the second half of the 19th century when western-made chefs' knives started to be seen in Japan. Gyuto literally means 'cow sword'.
Low carbon cladding - laminated in-house
Aogami (blue paper) no.2 carbon steel core for a 'san-mai' (three layer) blade. Aogami 2 is a really great cutlery steel alloyed with around 1.5% added tungsten, enabling extra hardness and toughness. We do like the contrast we get between the cladding and core steel with this combination of materials.
Handle in 5000 year old Fenland bog oak - 125mm