Made-in-Japan Kitchen Knives "Hocho"— generally called Sashimi or Sushi Knives・Japanese chef knife — with Excellent Design and Unparalleled Tradition.
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Grand Chef, Sophisticated Premier Grade Professional Knives

Some professional chefs gave their positive feedback to the “Grand Chef” knives, “For the longer time I use it, I must have more understood the competitive advantage and sharpness durability of the Grand Chef.” The Grand Chef series is a durable razor-sharp knife made in Sakai Japan, using the highest-grade quality material, Swedish stainless steel by …

How to Slice Sashimi ?

If you have a Japanese sashimi knife like a yanagiba, please try making more beautiful sashimi for your family, friend or customers. But! Do you know there are several type of sashimi as follows? Hira-dukuri Sogi-dukuri Usu-dukuri Ito-dukuri Matsukawa-dukuri Don’t be scared 🙂 We recommended you to learn how to slice sashimi through the following video. Is the …

Kasumi-togi, reasonably priced line of traditional forged knives

The Kasumi blade is a reasonably priced line of traditional forged knives which work well for first time users as well as more experienced chefs. It is made to put soft kitchen knife iron on Yasuki’s traditional Nihonko or Hagane — Shiroko / White Paper No.3 Steel — which has been widely used for a …

For Professional chefs among the Professional, Powdered High Speed Steel Knives

Do you know the material of the Powdered High Speed Steel ? This premium and extremely hard material has been used for production of cemented carbide cutting tool, and recently applied to the kitchen knives especially for professional chefs among the professional.  Sabun POWDER PRO 100 Powdered High Speed Steel Knives Tojiro R2 SG2 Powdered …

Do you know How to use Japanese Knives for better cooking ?

Recently, more and more Japanese Traditional-type Kitchen Knives or “Wa-bocho” have got used in the world. But we regret to say that few people in the world know correctly how to use them for better cooking. In case that your friends have the three main types of Japanese Knives — Yanagiba, Usuba and Deba —  please …

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