Does Your Kitchen Have A High-Quality Gyuto Chef Knife?

Photo via Amazon

Jack Kocsis Director of Commerce
Font Size:

Does your kitchen knife collection feature a Gyuto chef’s knife? Do you even know what a Gyuto knife is? Apparently, Gyuto translates to “beef-sword,” and this Gyuto knife “is the be-all-end-all knife for would-be chefs.” Whether cutting vegetables, slicing fish, or “tackling tough meats such as pork belly,” “this knife does it all with grace and professionalism.”

What more can I tell you about this Gyuto knife? First, it is made with 420HC stainless steel that is “heat-treated for optimum hardness and edge retention while maintaining the ability to be sharpened to a razor edge.” It consists of a single, sharp bevel knife edge and a full-tang traditional rosewood handle. Oh, and it is currently 78 percent off, dropping it from an eye-popping $150 to a much more manageable $33 price tag.

Normally $150, this Gyuto chef's knife is 78 percent off (Photo via Amazon)

Normally $150, this Gyuto chef’s knife is 78 percent off (Photo via Amazon)

Traditional Japanese Professional Gyuto Kitchen Chef Knife – Premium 8-inch High Carbon Stainless Steel Gyuto Sushi Knife with High Corrosion Resistance in a Single Bevel Chisel Edge Grind on sale for $32.73

Although craft and professionalism may not be the first words to come to mind when thinking of products made in Asia, the East is certainly known for quality knifework. This knife certainly fits the bill. Nearly 80 percent of customers have given this Gyuto knive a perfect 5-star rating, leading to a respectable 4.5-star average. The reviews are glowing, with several titles along the lines of “I love this knife.”

Photo via Amazon

Photo via Amazon

Have a suggestion for a cool product or great deal that you think Daily Caller readers need to know about? Email the Daily Dealer at  

Follow The Daily Dealer on Twitter and Facebook

Follow Jack on Twitter

The Daily Caller is devoted to showing you things that you’ll like or find interesting. We do have partnerships with affiliates, so The Daily Caller may get a small share of the revenue from any purchase.