Goko Hamono Shirogami Gyuto 180

Goko Hamono

These traditional black kitchen knives come from the Goko Hamono smithy in the prefecture of Chiba. The knives are forge-welded and possess a core of Shirogami (white paper steel). Blades made from this type of steel are known for good sharpenability and excellent sharpening results. The octagonal handle is made of wood from the keyaki tree (Japanese zelkova), a light-coloured timber with a beautiful grain; the ferrule is made of ebony. These knives are NOT rustproof and NOT dishwasher-proof! Clean with water and a detergent, then lightly oil the blade, preferably with camellia oil. Hardness 59 - 60 HRC.

  • Dettaglio lama: Filo piano
  • Lunghezza lama: 18.00 cm/7.08 in
  • Spessore lama al tallone: 3.00mm/0.118in
  • Larghezza lama: 5.00cm/1.96in
  • Materiale lama: san mai con tagliente in Shirogami N°1, kuruochi
  • Sistema di porto:
  • Materiale manico: Zeyaki
  • Tipo di costruzione: Hidden Tang
  • Lunghezza totale: 33.00 cm/12.99 in
  • Made in: Giappone
  • Peso:
Goko Hamono

Data sheet

Carbon Steel:
White Steel #1 / Shirogami No.1 / Shiroko No.1
Knife type