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This is a Wa-Gyuto knife by Yoshikazu Ikeda, a traditional craftsman. 

The steel is probably White#1 or White#2, and the sharpener is traditional craftsman Mr.Ino.

It has become difficult to find Mr. Ikeda's Mizu-honyaki. It seems that many kitchen knives are not for sale. 

If you want to resharpen yourself, please finish with a natural whetstone.



Wa-Gyuto WhiteSteel Mizu Honyaki 230mm By Yoshikazu Ikeda

和牛刀 白鋼 水本焼 8寸 鍛冶:池田美和

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Specification

Status:
Brand New/unused
Rust prevention:
The rust-proof liquid vinyl that looks like a rainbow is painted.
Use applications:
Professional cooks are also available for general home cooking.
Country/Region of Brade:
Sakai / Osaka Pref./ Japan
Blacksmith:
Yoshikazu Ikeda (Traditional Craftman)
Sharpener:
Unknown
Knife Type:
Wa-Gyuto
Constraction of Knives:
SIngle Edge (Bebvel)
Steel Name:
White #Unknown Steel
Forge Welding:
Honyaki (Mono Carbon Steel)
Forging Method:
Free forging
Quenching Methood:
Traditional Water Quenching (Mono Steel)
HRC (Rockwell hardness):
Unmeasured
Hamon (Wave) :
Wave visible
Cutting Blade Length (From tin to chin) :
approx 230mm
Total Knife Length (from tip to hip of handle) :
approx 420mm
Blade Height (Maxim point) :
approx 48mm
Thickness(Maxim point) :
approx 2.8mm
Weight:
According to image
Handle Material:
Octagonal ebony
Joining Handle:
Joined
Saya (Sheath):
Equipped
Certificate or Booklet:
Without Certificate
Dominant hand:
Right-handed
Note of Use:
Since the blade can chip or break, do not attempt to cut, hit or chop frozen products or hard bones.
Maintenance:
this is a high carbon steel knife, the knife rusts easily,which requires special care. Apply oil if for long-term storage. Also use a sharpening stone to maintain the sharpness of the blade.
Product contains:
Fukusa(keeping bag)
Remark:
Professional use (for top chef )

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