Tsunehisa Ginsan Nashiji Gyuto 210mm

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Super looks, performance and a price that's hard to beat for anyone looking for a versatile and nimble gyuto to take their food prep to the next level.

First Impressions

Impressive. We'd expected at this price point that there might be a little bit of tweaking on a stone or honing rod to be done but actually right out of the box the edge is good. 

There's also scope to get a lot more out of the knife too so while it's absolutely good to go right from the start, it's also got plenty of potential for more with minimal effort.

Beauty

This is a nice looking knife, available in a classic nashiji or migaki finish and a range of handles including magnolia, a single piece oak, teak and red pakka wood yo handle. They're a great looking, classic Japanese knife in every respect.

In Hand

The only real area on this range we'd perhaps look to tweak would just be rounding off the finish along the spine of the knife but often this is one of the finishing touches that you find on higher cost knives because it's a reflection of the increased time required to finish those knives.

Durability

Overall durability might not quite match the more expensive carbon steels but at this price point, the Ginsan (Silver 3) steel core is a great option and although it's not as hard as some of the other steels, at 61HRC it's plenty hard enough to retain an edge well and performs at a great level.

Ease of Care

Ginsan is a stainless steel and the cladding on the knife is stainless so it's easy to care for and maintain if you follow our normal care guide and we'd recommend a Japanese knife care kit for long term care.

Our Verdict

This range is excellent value for money. 

Ginsan steel is a super option for those who would like the carbon steel like properties and edge retention but without having to worry about caring for carbon steel. 

As a stainless steel it's easy to care for and at the price we think it's a truly great purchase for either a first Japanese knife, an addition to your collection or a low maintenance gift option for a keen cook.

Product details

  • Blade Length: 217mm (Measurement of the cutting edge)
  • Total Length: 354mm (Blade tip to handle end)
  • Blade Height: 46.6mm (Heel to spine)
  • Blade Thickness: 1.77mm (Spine width above the heel)
  • Total Weight: 139 grams
  • Core Steel: Silver 3
  • Cladding Steel: Stainless
  • Hardness: 61 (HRC)
  • Handle Style: Various
  • Handle Material: Various
  • Left or Right handed: Either (Double Bevel)

Product SKU: TSU-0084

Our aim is to measure and photograph our products as accurately as possible but due to many items being handmade, finished or using natural materials, there can be minor variance in measurements and things such as blade or wood finishes can vary. We will always endeavour to provide the most accurate measurements, photos and descriptions of our products.

Some measurements such as HRC are provided by manufacturers and should therefore be used as a guide.

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Tsunehisa

Tsunehisa is a brand that supply knives from a range of blacksmiths and forges from around Japan including Sakai, Tosa and Seki and as such the range of knives available under the Tsunehisa name features a wide range of steels, styles and finishes but each one has a high level of quality and finish in common.

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