Kanetsune knivesForged throughout an amazing 800 years of history, the Kanetsune knives are impressively strong, beautiful and exceedingly sharp. The Kitasho Company limited is the name behind this trusted brand, and they have been established since 1948 in Seki City, Japan (affectionately known as the city of blades). The company are actively and passionately enthused by their work, and continue to make a wide range of the finest swords, knives, cutlery, axes etc. The company uses three main types of steel in the production of their knives and swords. First of all there is White steel (known as Shirogami in Japan). This is a refined Carbon steel which does not contain any ingredients such as Blue steel. Secondly they use Blue steel (known as Aogami in Japan). With this steel they add Tungsten and Chromium to White steel. This makes the steel far more durable. Thirdly they use Super Blue Steel (known as Aogami Super in Japan). This is their highest grade of steel and has high levels of Carbon and Chrome to make it extremely strong, hard, resistant to corrosion and is able to keep a strong edge for long periods of time. They use the steel from Hitachi Metals Ltd, as their steels are high grade, and are often found in electronic devices. They also make Yasuki Hagane (YSS Yasuki speciality steel) for the cutlery industry. White steel has Rockwell hardness rating of 60-61, Blue steel has the 61-62 and super Blue steel has a 62-63 HRC rating. So when you want to experience supremely high quality knives and hunting tools, take a really close look at Kanetsune knives. You will definitely not be disappointed.
|Part Description||Quantity Avail.||Price|
|Kanetsune Santoku - KT103|
Kanetsune Santoku. 11 7/8 overall. 7 1/4" VG-10 33 layer Damascus steel blade. Full tang construction. Black wood handles."
|Kanetsune Medium Gyuto - KT102|
Kanetsune Medium Gyuto. 13 1/8 overall. 8 3/8" VG-10 33 layer Damascus steel blade. Full tang construction. Black wood handles."
|Kanetsune Large Gyuto - KT101|
Kanetsune Large Gyuto. 14 3/4 overall. 9 3/4" VG-10 33 layer Damascus steel blade. Full tang construction. Black wood handles."
|Kanetsune Go - KB504||1||$230.00|
|Kanetsune Shun-2 Small - KB253||1||$102.95|
|Kanetsune Shun-2 Medium - KB252||1||$105.95|
|Kanetsune Sabaki-2 - KB250||1||$124.95|
|Kanetsune Nishiki - KB224|
Kanetsune Nishiki. 9 1/2 overall. 4 3/4" 15 layer damascus blue steel blade. Oak handle with black cord wrap. Wooden sheath."
|Kanetsune Hi - KB222|
Kanetsune Hi. 6 3/4 overall. 2 1/2" white steel blade. Leather sheath."
|Kanetsune Seki Takumi-Katana Damascus Blue Steel|
From Kanetsune Seki we bring you this the Kanetsune Takumi Katana KB219 Damascus Blue steel knife. Measuring 8 1/4 inches overall it's one knife you' simply adore looking at day after day. Takumi translates to master of craftsmen and Katana translates to Samurai sword.
|Kanetsune Takumi-Yari - KB217|
Kanetsune Takumi-Yari. 9 overall. 4 1/4" 15 layer damascus blue steel blade."
|Kanetsune Akatsuki - KB213|
Kanetsune Akatsuki. 9 1/2 overall. 5" white steel blade. Oak handle. Wooden sheath."
|Kanetsune Asobi - KB212|
Kanetsune Asobi. 11 overall. 6" 15 layer damascus blue steel blade. Parachhute cord wrapped handle."
|Kanetsune Irodori - KB207|
Kanetsune Irodori. 9 1/2 overall. 5" 15 layer damascus blue steel blade. Oak handle with red lacquer finish. Wooden sheath."
|Kanetsune Sakura - KB201|
Kanetsune Sakura. 9 1/2 overall. 5" 15 layer damascus blue steel blade. Cherry tree skin and oak handle. Wooden sheath."
|Kanetsune Ryou-Takumi - Medium - KB146||1||$294.98|
|Kanetsune Yamashi - KB144||1||$210.45|
|Kanetsune Markiri - Medium - KB143||1||$253.58|
|Kanetsune Nata Small - KB141||1||$176.53|
|Kanetsune Nata Medium - KB140||1||$196.08|
|Kanetsune Nata Large - KB139||1||$237.48|
|Kanetsune Yoroi - KB128|
Kanetsune Yoroi. Blue Steel Magnolia Handle
|Kanetsune Hana - KB120|
Kanetsune Hana. 26 1/4 overall. 18" white steel blade. Magnolia handle with black cord wrap. Wooden sheath."
|Kanetsune Kiwami - KB119|
Kanetsune Kiwami. 14 overall. 8 1/4" super blue steel blade. Oak handle. Wooden sheath."