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High performance VG-10 steel which provides amazing sharpness and incredible edge retention.  Hammered Damascus clad givies a beautiful look.
Slightly Curved Polywood handle is comfortable to hold. And triple riveted to the full tang, which gives exceptional strength & durability.  

Razor sharp!  It is perfect gift for who loves cook! 
The blade is made of VG10(V Gold 10), razor sharp edge and rust resistance steel, in between 33-layers hammer eyes damascus. These knives have a hard special alloy thrust into 33 Damascus layers.

Petty/Utility knife
Petty/utility knives can come in handy for peeling, cutting between one's hands, curving or can used for boning and trimming sinew off meat. It is designed to be an all-purpose knife, similar to a chef's knife, except smaller. 

Blade Length: 150mm / 5.9"
Blade: VG-10, 33 layers  Double edged blade  Hammered tsuchime finish
Handle : Polywood

Paring Knife
A paring knife is a small knife with a plain edge blade that is ideal for peeling and other small or intricate work (such as de-veining a shrimp, removing the seeds from a jalapeño, 'skinning' or cutting small garnishes). 

Blade length: 80mm / 3.1"
Blade: VG-10, 33 layers, Double edged blade hammered tsuchime finish
Handle: Polywood

Use & Care

- Do not attempt to cut, hit or chop frozen products or bones. The blade can chip or break.
- Hand wash with warm water and towel dry.
- No dish washer

 History of Gokaden

Japanese swords were researched after every battle and were renovated to improve its effects.  Furthermore, many talented blacksmiths started emerging during the late Heian to the Kamakura period and five producing districts-Yamato, Bizen, Yamashiro, Soushu, Mino-were established, each with their own style and technique in forging Japanese swords.  In the Katana industry, these five areas became generically known as the “Gokaden” during the Meiji period(1868-1911)

After MASA visited these areas and he said to himself, GOKADEN would be the perfect name for his knives.  His knives are reflection of traditional art of Japanese sword which hand forged by skilled craftsman, sharp as a razor and edge retention is like no other.  The Japanese tradition of beauty and excellence that’s what HITACHIYA KNIVES are.

Masa believes one great knife can be cherished for a lifetime.
He sincerely hoping that HITACHIYA KNIFE will be the your one.