Damascus is a forging process in which two types of steel materials of different hardness are bent over many layers and forged together, and by polishing the blade, the hard steel material glistens and the soft steel material dulls, creating a unique pattern on the surface that resembles the grain of wood. This ripple pattern is called Damascus steel. The beautiful rippled pattern of Damascus steel is very popular among foreign chefs. The core material used is V-Kin No. 10, which has high hardness and is resistant to corrosion. Because this v-Kin-10 is forged and hardened, the knife is more tenacious than the usual interrupted knives and can cut longer.
Purpose of use
The Gyuto(Chef Knife) is a Western knife originally designed to cut meat and is widely used throughout the world. It was originally designed to carve meat, but due to its easy-to-use shape, it is now a versatile knife used for a variety of purposes other than meat, such as cutting fish and vegetables. In addition, many people use the Gyuto(Chef Knife) for both professional and household use, and the Gyuto(Chef Knife) is the most user-friendly knife. Professionals often use the 240mm-270mm size knives. For home use, the most popular sizes are 180mm to 210mm.
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