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In 2008, Some of the Seki knife authorities have formed "Challengers Knife Club" to train and inherit Seki traditional knifemaking technique and knowledge to young knife carftsmen in Seki. There are now 15 club members gathering once a month. They are working at Seki knife factories, and challenging to make their own custom knives after work and weekends.
JKD is trying to support and encourage them by introducing their knives for sale. Here are some of the latest knives received.
Takumi Ichikawa Custom Kitchen Knife TI-10 Gyuto 200mm (8 Inch)
Takumi Ichikawa is young and active knife lover, who moved to Seki to learn knifemaking, and is now working at Master Ichiro Hattori (Hattori Hamono) for 5 years. He likes tactical knives and so far, he has made several tactical knives for his own use.
Now, he came up with two Gyuto style Hocho (Kitchen knife) with unique handles. 8-inch solid SKH55 Hi-speed tool steel (Molybdenum based tool steel with Cobalt) Japanese Gyuto style French Cook blade with his "T's Blood" logo,
Your choice of the handle: TI-10A 5-inch Hand contoured Red G10 + Black Micarta handle with Carbon Fiber onlay with solid 304 stainless steel bolster and Nickel silver rivets and pins), or TI-10B White Corian + Black Micarta handle with Carbon Fiber onlay with solid 304 stainless steel bolster and Nickel silver tubular rivets filled with blue resin, Each in gift box.
SKH55 blade in 2.2mm thick, 200mm blade, 330mm overall, Weight 140g
Knife Model: Takumi Ichikawa Custom Kitchen Knife TI-10 Gyuto 200mm (8 Inch)
Blade Material: SKG55 Hi-Speed Tool steel
Rockwell Hardness (HRc): 61-62
Handle Material: Combination of G10, Micarta, Corian and Carbonfiber
Overall Length: 330mm
Cutting Edge Length: 200mm
Blade Thickness: 2.2mm