OUL Shirogami2 Gyuto 180mm is a high-quality Gyuto blade that is skillfully finished. Shirogami2 carbon steel is one of the easiest and most pleasant steels to sharpen, especially when the heat treatment is done well, as with this particular blade. The blade manufacturer is known as a very skilled handler of classic Japanese steels. The knife has a high level of finish and is chamfered very thin towards the tip.
Ter as: Shirogami2
Ter hardness: approx. 63/64HRC
Ter length: approx. 180mm
Blade height: -
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