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Wa Gyutou Knife 8.3"Added 9 months ago by bluevertigo6 via Sakai Takayuki For 600 years and counting, Sakai, Japan has perfected the art of traditional sword forging and craftsmanship. The Wa Gyutou knife is a chef’s knife that follows in that tradition. This sharpest of blades is made up of 45 layers of hand-hammered Damascus steel with a VG10 steel core—one of the best steels for kitchen knives due to edge retention and stain resistance. Plus, the octagonal handle ensures easy grip, even when wet. The result is a stunning work of craftsmanship that’s fit for an Iron Chef (a.k.a. you).
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