Gyuto HZ2-3005DS - chef knife
Gyuto HZ2-3005DS - chef knife Gyuto HZ2-3005DS - chef knife Gyuto HZ2-3005DS - chef knife Gyuto HZ2-3005DS - chef knife Gyuto HZ2-3005DS - chef knife Gyuto HZ2-3005DS - chef knife

Gyuto HZ2-3005DS - chef knife

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Handle: Wooden
Blade lenght: 21cm
Blade material: Damascus
Usage: Universal
Producer: Mcusta Zanmai

The all-purpose chef knife with a 33-layered Damascene blade. VG-10 core. Hardness 61 HRC. Symmetrical Hamaguri blade. Nickel-silver alloy bolster. Handle made of stabilized pakka wood. Decorative red stripe and decorative rivet. Option to purchase a wooden saya sheath.

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The blades of the Hybrid Damascus gained many fans as expected. They look very decent and at the same time do not hide their craftsmanship perfection. You can observe this, for example, on a wooden handle, which passes smoothly into a circle from the hexagon. If someone was looking for a damask knife, in addition to Kasumi style, Hybrid Damascus was the main candidate.

Anyone who has visited Japan will confirm that the Japanese like proven and functional things. But they would not be Japanese if they did not try to constantly improve and perfect them. This is exactly the case with Hybrid Splash knives. These are based on the Hybrid Damascus line, but they surpass it with a beautiful drawing of their blades. Let's take a closer look at them.

Like its predecessor, the Hybrid Splash has 33 layers. They consist of a core of cobalt stainless steel VG-10 and 16 + 16 interlaced layers. The alternation of softer and harder materials gives the blade strength. Well, this obviously did not satisfy the creators, and with the help of a special press and the dexterity of their craftsmen, they played a wonderful theater on the blades. Whatever you imagine under Splash, you will find it there. Stepping a stone into a pond? Yes it is there. Bubbles penetrating from the diver to the sea surface? Yes exactly. It just depends on your imagination.

Mcusta Zanmai knives are known for their a edge called Hamaguri. Hybrid Splash is no exception. The thin tip and convex curves ensure ultimate sharpness and its very slow degradation. The blade hardening technology is also responsible for this, resulting in a hardness of 61 HRC.

The blade passes through a hexagonal ferrule made of nickel and silver alloy and a red decorative strip into the handle made of stabilized pakka wood. Here the angles change into curves, resulting in perfect ergonomics. The handle is decorated with a decent pin.

The Mcusta Zanmai Hybrid Splash knives will convince you not only with their appearance, but also with their perfect grip and great cutting performance.

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About producer

Mcusta Zanmai

Marusho Industry Inc. - a company producing refined Mcusta pocket knives, luxurious Zanmai kitchen knives and iconic Silky scissors - located in the center of Japanese cutlery, in the city of Seki. The city gained this status already in the middle of the 13th century thanks to sand with a rich content of iron ore, high-quality peat and water sources. These were the reasons why the renowned sword maker Motoshige relocated to this area from the island of Kyushu. During the Muromachi period (1338-1573), more than 300 blacksmiths worked in Seki. Among the most famous were Kanemoto Magoroku and Saburo Shizu. Seki swords quickly gained a reputation throughout Japan.

The Marusho company was founded in 1964. Today, it is run by the founder's grandson and his family. It operates one of the most advanced knife factories not only in the city of Seki, but in all of Japan. Thanks to advanced technologies (laser cutters, CNC mills, 3D CAD/CAM projection), the company produces products refined to the smallest detail. The best example is Zanmai brand kitchen knives. But without manual finalization by experienced craftsmen, the products would be far from perfect.

Zanmai means Luxury in Japanese. However, the word is actually derived from the Sanskrit "Samadhi", which is the term for the process of meditation leading to consciousness. It is not known how deeply the Hasegawa clan devotes itself to meditation, but this matter is more than clear. Their knives are consciously polished to the highest luxury.

©2010-2018 Copyright Roman Ulík, Nippon Knives, all rights reserved.

Photos and texts are protected by copyright law and their use without the author's consent is not possible.

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