Fujiwara Gyuto (Chefs Knife) 210mm octagon handle

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Fujiwara is a Japanese sword manufacturer established 140 years ago.
These knives are made with the same manufacturing methodology of a Katana (Japanese swords)
If these knifes are treated well they should last a lifetime.
These knives consist of a Stainless clad Yasuki White 1 carbon steel.
White 1 carbon steel making them very sharp and the Stainless fairly resistant.

Recommended for professionals with experience and solid cutting technique.
These knifes are not toys.

All knives are obviously hand made. No two knives are the same.
Some knives come with certain “imperfections.”

This is a positive NOT a negative in my opinion.
Artistically beautiful and razor sharp!

 “……quality, sharpness, hardness and edge retention of his knives is simply stunning…..”

Steel: Yasuki White #1 Stainless Clad
Blade length: 210mm
Blade thickness: 3.0mm
Overall length: 362mm
Blade Height: 55mm
Weight: 167g
RHC: 63
Bevel: Double
Handle: Octagonal 

Additional information

Weight .49 kg
Dimensions 50 × 15 × 8.5 cm
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1 review for Fujiwara Gyuto (Chefs Knife) 210mm octagon handle

  1. Stewart (verified owner)

    TLDR: Great knife from a great store.
    There are lots of differing opinions about knives and none quite as polarising as Master Teruyasu Fujiwara’s. I found this knife to outperform many of my current knives (which are uniformly well reviewed and renowned by the online forums) and as a result reaching for it every time I’m in the kitchen.

    Before buying this knife I had read many reviews and forum posts, as such finding a mix of devoted fans that fawned over their TFs with the legendary heat treatment and another group that were always concerned about TFs and the ‘chipping’ (even though this is resolved after sharpening for the first time). After reading countless reviews and posts I decided to purchase the 210mm Gyuto from Leigh. (Leigh was great and I look forward to more purchases in the future, especially stoked to have a quality shop in Newcastle with amazing prices and stock).
    My gyuto arrived and it was beautiful, after unboxing the knife looked great – I couldn’t see any FnF issues that people complain about online. I immediately tested it out against my other Gyutos (Blue 2, Aogami Super and 52100). I was surprised by how well it performed out of the box, compared to my lasers (very thin gyutos) it managed to slice through produce just as easily and compared to my workhorse knives (thicker, tougher with better food release than gyutos (typically)) the food release was quite good.
    I then took it to my stones to put my own edge on the blade, here it felt amazing – forming a bur quickly and easily and taking a crazy sharp edge.
    I would recommend this knife to anyone that is looking for a gyuto that performs well as both a laser and a work horse, and is happy to treat it to whetstone sharpening or is interested in a knife that can be truly customised on the stones.

    • Leigh (store manager)

      THank you so much for the review. It really helps people decide of this is the right knife.
      I agree with everything you wrote.

      Teruyasu Fujiwara (TF) is known for extremely sharp knives. At this RHC these knives are expected to chip in my opinion.
      The fit and finish: If you are looking for a perfect knife do not buy Fujiwara.

      Fujiwara represent the artform of handmade knives.

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