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Introducing the Hatsukokoro Komorebi Gyuto: A Masterpiece of Japanese Craftsmanship
Experience the exquisite craftsmanship and unparalleled performance of the Hatsukokoro Komorebi Gyuto, a truly unique addition to your Japanese kitchen knife collection. This exceptional blade is forged using Aogami #1 steel and clad in a house-made Suminagashi or soft Damascus cladding, showcasing the beauty and precision of traditional Japanese knife-making techniques.
The Komorebi line is named after the enchanting effect of sunlight filtering through tree leaves, which is beautifully captured in the blade's migaki polish finish. This mesmerizing visual is further enhanced by the knife's distinctive profile, featuring a tall blade height of over 52mm and a classic Japanese Gyuto edge with a flat, subtly curved design.
Designed for unparalleled performance, the Hatsukokoro Komorebi Gyuto boasts an aggressive distal taper, transitioning from just under 4mm at the spine to just above 1mm at the tip. This premium blade also showcases an expertly ground walkschliff geometry, ensuring a sharp and precise cutting experience every time.
To complement this exquisite blade, we've paired it with a premium hidden tang handle, crafted from a combination of ebony and black buffalo materials. This ambidextrous handle offers a perfect balance of elegance and durability, making the Komorebi Gyuto a true work of art for your kitchen.
- Blade Type: Gyuto
- Edge Length: 240mm
- Spine Heel: 3.77mm
- Spine Mid: 1.95mm
- Spine Tip (20mm before): 1.38mm
- Blade Height: 53.8mm
- Weight: 249g
- Cutting Edge Steel: Aogami #1
- Stainless: No
- HRC: 64+
- Blade Construction: 3 Layer (San Mai)
- Blade Finish: Mirror Polish (Migaki)
- Grind: Walkschliff
- Handle Materials: No Handle
- Grind: 50/50