Masaru Knives | Teruyasu Fujiwara 藤原照康 "Maboroshi no Meito" Shirogami #1 Tsuchime Nashiji Gyuto 210mm – Masaru Knives Malaysia
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teruyasu Fujiwara masaru knives Japanese Japan Malaysia knife shop gyuto 210mm carbon steel shirogami 1 western handle
[SAVE 15% ] Teruyasu Fujiwara 藤原照康 "Maboroshi no Meito" Shirogami #1 Tsuchime Nashiji Gyuto 210mm
teruyasu Fujiwara masaru knives Japanese Japan Malaysia knife shop gyuto 210mm carbon steel shirogami 1 western handle
[SAVE 15% ] Teruyasu Fujiwara 藤原照康 "Maboroshi no Meito" Shirogami #1 Tsuchime Nashiji Gyuto 210mm
[SAVE 15% ] Teruyasu Fujiwara 藤原照康 "Maboroshi no Meito" Shirogami #1 Tsuchime Nashiji Gyuto 210mm
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[SAVE 15% ] Teruyasu Fujiwara 藤原照康 "Maboroshi no Meito" Shirogami #1 Tsuchime Nashiji Gyuto 210mm

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Teruyasu Fujiwara - Master Teruyasu Fujiwara is the fourth generation blacksmith of the Fujiwara family, with a history of sword-forging since 1870. After the Second World War, at that time, the production of swords was limited, so Mr. Fujiwara decided to adopt his traditional blade forging techniques from the early-Meiji era into making modern kitchen knives. If you are looking for or expecting the knife to be pass down from father to son, and mother to daughter- This is the one to go for.


This gyuto from the "Maboroshi no Meito" range is handcrafted by Mr. Teruyasu Fujiwara with Shirogami #1 steel core and clad in stainless steel. The blade is heat-treated to a high hardness of 64-65 HRC, which ensures excellent edge retention. The blade features Tsuchime (hand-hammered) pattern and Nashiji finish, and is fitted with a Western handle made of black pakkawood. Mr. Fujiwara insist in making these knives from ground up, and from start to finish, with a focus on superior heat-treatment and grinding. The finishes of these knives have a rough and rustic look, but the blade itself is simply exceptional. You'll be amazed how well and fast these blades cut. 


Craftsman: Teruyasu Fujiwara

Edge : 50/50

Core steel : Shirogami #1 (White #1) with Stainless Steel clad.

Handle : Black Pakkawood ( western style )

Length : 210mm

Blade Height  : 48mm

Heel Thickness 2.6mm

Weight : 209g

Hardness: 64-65 HRC

Fully hand-forged from Tokyo Japan

 

Care Guide 

1. Do not attempt to cut frozen item or bones as it may result chip or worst.
2. Remember to keep your knife dry after use. Do not store them close to a water source.
3. Please make sure you apply a layer of oil after wash and dry to prevent it from rust during storage.
4. Always wash your knife after cutting something acidic as it will react to the blade and cause a burnt mark or worst.