Spyderco K19GPBNBK Itamae Gyuto Chef Plain Edge Knife


Regular price $378.25

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Literally “cow blade,” the Gyuto is the Japanese equivalent of the Western chef’s knife. Its versatile design is suitable for slicing, carving, chopping, and detailed food preparation chores.  Nothing magnifies the skills of a chef more than extraordinary tools.  And when it comes to kitchen knives, none are more extraordinary than those crafted by master bladesmith Murray Carter.


  • Overall Length: 15.43" (392mm)
  • Blade Length: 10.14" (258mm)
  • Edge Length: 9.48" (241mm)
  • Blade Thickness: 0.094"  (2.4mm)
  • Blade Material: Super Blue Steel/SUS410
  • Handle Thickness: 0.86" (21.8mm)
  • Handle Material: Burl G-10
  • Weight: 7.5oz (214g)
  • Origin: Japan

Literally meaning “in front of the cutting board,” Itamae is an extremely prestigious title reserved for highly skilled sushi chefs. Consistent with that elite status, the Murray Carter Collection’s Itamae Series—the highest tier in the Collection—proudly features premium materials and uncompromising craftsmanship.

The blades of Itamae Series knives are expertly crafted from laminated steel consisting of an Aogami Super Blue core clad between layers of SUS410 stainless steel. This classic three-layer construction allows the outer layers to protect and support the ultra-hard carbon-steel center layer that forms the blade’s edge. Ground exceptionally thin and straight for unparalleled cutting performance, the blades also feature Murray Carter’s signature “Carter Elbow”—a distinctive taper from the spine to the point that reinforces the blade’s tip. The elite blades of the Itamae Series are paired with traditional “wa-style” (octagonal) handles made from stunning burl G-10 (a durable fiberglass and epoxy laminate) and highlighted with black G-10 ferrules. Created for those who demand the very best, the Itamae Series faithfully captures the spirit of Murray Carter’s coveted handmade knives and sets a new standard in high-performance kitchen cutlery.  

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