Pesky is right. It's a left-handed gyuto, made by TC. I've only used it a couple of times, but off the bat, I knew it was something special. The most intriguing part about the knife, besides the looks, is that it has me re-thinking what makes a good/great cutter. Heft and a proper grind (thin BTE with food releasing directly at the shinogi line) cuts as effortlessly as a laser. Between Rodrigue, Harner and Tslil, I seem to be more than taken care of in the "holy crap, this knife blows my mind and I'm going to steal it from Tom when his back is turned I don't care if I'm not left-handed screw it I deserve it as much as he does and he already has so many great knives it's sickening" department.