Yoshihiro VG-10 16 Layer Hammered Damascus Stainless Steel Gyuto 8.25'' (210mm) Japanese Chefs Knife & Paring Utility Knife 3.2'' (80mm) SET
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No. they came with a plastic sheath for each knife, which I lost, however, they were extremely sharp when I received them, and how long they would stay that way will depend on how they are used. Please don't ask me to help you with sushi I don't know where to begin. After about a year of usage, people who use these products still find them to be wonderful.
I want to say "Hello," I am 210mm and 80mm in size for the Gyuto and Paring. The Yoshihiro Cutlery Company
Thank you for stopping by. This knife is a general-purpose model, and it has a So that the chef knife can be used to fillet small fish, use it that way. This knife is not designed to fillet fish we recommend that you purchase a Deba knife which is specifically designed to do so. *br> *br>If you wish to use this knife to fillet fish, please avoid contact with bones as they can chip the knife. Knives by Yoshihiro Cutlery and Jensen Knives
I'd like to let you know that our knives usually range from around 8 to 15 inches The temperature is nine We recommend squeezing them both at around 8 to 10 times if you wish to sharpen them The Yoshihiro Cutlery Company
Selected User Reviews For Yoshihiro VG-10 16 Layer Hammered Damascus Stainless Steel Gyuto 8.25'' (210mm) Japanese Chefs Knife & Paring Utility Knife 3.2'' (80mm) SET
The first thing I noticed was its sharpness out of the box. On bamboo cutting boards and hard plastic cutting boards, I have used it half a dozen times for prep work, and it is extremely My wife was incredibly pleased with how well it cut after she used it once or twice. Compared to our Chicago Cutlery set (which is STILL excellent and solid, but chipped and rusted after each use), it cut so well she didn't want to impart my excitement. If you compare the Chicago Cutlery knives to a $20 Walmart set with no name, these are twice as good. This is an amazing performance. As for durability, I have not yet used it for a dozen times, but it has remained razor sharp after using it for meat, fish, fruits, and vegetables. Being an amateur cook who sort of knows his way around the kitchen, enjoys good food, good ingredients, almost every cuisine, and cooks good food that makes most people at work say, "I don't know what you're doing!" I use the knives a couple of times a week and they are a thing of beauty. It is possible that there is a better way. An excellent rating 'Blue steel' - a carbon steel with a low carbon content When I've had a couple of years to think about it, I'll try them. If we compare it to anything such as Henckels or Chicago Cutlery, we find it to be inferior. Compared to one another, they don't compare. It is a real pleasure to use these knives. It is a beautiful steel, but it is incredibly hard and sharp. Even with the best set of mediocre tools, you won't need the whetstone nearly as often as you would with an average one. It may be a good idea to use other knives These are excellent, without a doubt. This is an experience that you will not regret. Thus, take that with a grain of salt. Cook safely and have fun! In addition, I would like to underscore A 5" chopper is more comfortable to use for chopping than a 9" chopper. You can also say 5" or 10. For me, I bought 8" (I bought all of them) The height of 6'' is my height. The blade on this knife is extraordinary. Despite being a bit larger than a paring knife, the smaller model is perfectly used for quick and detailed prep work An example of really fine slicing is the stem being taken out of a tomato. There is a lot to like with this set. If you wish to purchase the longer blades, you need to know what you're buying and why. In the majority of cases, these will be just right and complete for almost all kitchen prep. A good whetstone, this knife set, and some specialty knives are essentials in any tool set. I'm sorry, but I can't go too far This is good, so let's emphasize that. There are no words to describe how sharp the image is. You may only be able to beat a laser-based system because it has a long life cycle It is possible to get a sharper edge with harder steel, but I doubt the difference is worth the price difference. These knives are truly extraordinary. There is no way to go wrong with this purchase. For comparison on a more or less scientific basis, this razor shaved almost as smooth as the one above after a decent sharpening on the whetstone. Razor sharp almost to the point of being perfect. When we bought the Chroma knife, it was barely enough to chop off a hair. There are different hardnesses and sharpnesses The proof is in the pudding. I shaved with a Yoshihiro after applying shaving cream. As hard as cutting with a razor even though it is very similar to it. A proof of the pudding is in the eating.
You can cut whatever you are trying to dry with them because they are so sharp. Aside from that, they are also very heavy and feel great, and do not feel like cheap toys. I have been asked where I got them a lot. Everyone loves them and wants to know where they can get As a result, Wüsthof has been replaced, and I am glad about that. In order to find out more about Japanese water, I'm researching There are stones for when the edges of these stones start to wear. In the future, I'm definitely going to buy again!.
What an incredible experience! Over the last 30 years of marriage, I have purchased three sets of knives. These knives are so nice and sharp that I will probably never need to buy another set and will give them to my children when they grow up. worth the money and are a good product. My opinion is that these are beautiful pieces of art and they have razor sharp edges.
These knives have impressed me from the moment I received them. Even the packaging is of exceptional quality, as the knives themselves seem absolutely stunning, and the packaging was carefully ordered and dispatched. I am extremely impressed by the blade's quality, and I think the blades are highly sharp as well. They have a very solid feel to the handles and are fully tang so I do not worry about the knives breaking. Yoshihiro even sent me a "Knife Care Tips" list to make sure these blades last as long as possible.
It was such an amazing experience that I bought more knives right away. This book is highly recommended. My first day as a sushi chef is perfect. I've been in the business for 10 years, and these made my day seamless. I was immediately able to use it out of the box because it arrived super sharp. I cannot think of a better pair of shoes for this price.
As a result of reading several books about knives and food preparation, I was told to buy knives individually. It is better to slowly put together a collection of knives that are precisely tailored to your needs rather than purchase a set of knives. In addition to the chef's knife, paring knives are two of the most important knife types in the kitchen. This pair is a symbol of the lighter, sharper Japanese knife style that differs from the traditional In spite of the fact that the petty is longer than the paring, it can be used for the same purpose. The craftsmanship of the brand is also superior to some of the more major brands that are more widely distributed. Tomatoes, onions, and poultry are all cut like butter by it. This Damascus layering is stunning, and the oak is polished and smooth. In addition to these two knives, every chef will have a solid foundational tool to build on when designing a culinary masterpiece The top knife collection in the kitchen.
It's hard to know where to begin. The hammered damascus is wonderful. The balance of this Japanese gyutoh is good and the weight seems to be correct. It is unlikely when buying a german knife that it will be heavier since japanese knives are usually My judgement is that it looks like the blade is about 14 degrees off the horizontal. If you want to do heavy prep work like cutting chops or boning don't use this knife. Its purpose is fine prep. You should get a deba instead of a gyutoh if you are planning to cut meat, fish, or poultry. The knife is extremely sharp straight from the box and a great prep tool. The blade is so sharp that I was able to shave my entire arm in one pass, and split hair with it. Don't try this at home unless you are very familiar with using an extremely sharp blade. All in all I gave it a big 5 out of 5 stars. The petty knife or fruit/paring knife has a nice light weight for small and precise cuts and for slicing and peeling vegetables. Making rolls with petty's is much better than making Buying this knife is the best thing you can do for an introductory japanese knife. If you worked a lot with japanese knives, you should buy ao-th. KO steel and be prepared to spend at least a thousand dollars or four thousand for a real KO.
The quality of the video is excellent. This product is used by a professional chef daily and he is very happy with it.