Kengata Knife 190mm (7.4") #7400

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The Kengata is very similar to the Bunka which is a mix between a santoku and a gyuto, it has a much more aggressive look but slightly wider than other knives. The tip of the knife is more pronounced and sharp raked knife. This is a more modern style knife and has taken on a huge popularity with chefs.

The 33 layer Sakai Takayuki knives are one of our most popular knives we have and for many years they have been a chef’s favourite. This is due to the outstanding quality of knife and value for money. The handle is made from Mahogany wood in a western style, the blade is stainless steel with a VG10 core and holds a great edge for a very long time. The hammered 33 layer blade is called a moonlit due to it resembling a moonlit waves at sea. 


Weight: 224g

Handle Material: Mahogany Wood

Handle Length: 130mm (5.1")

Blade Length: 200mm (7.8")

Blade Depth: 50mm

Thickness at spine: 1.8mm

Thickness at tip: 0.5mm

Cutting Edge: Double 50/50

Blade Material: VG 10 steel

Hardness (Rockwell scale): 60 - 61