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  1. Takohiki "蛸引" Sashimi Knife: Sakai Masafusa Series

    Takohiki "蛸引" Sashimi Knife: Sakai Masafusa Series

    A sashimi knife made by professionals located in the town of Sakai, famed for its knife forging with a distinctive sharpness to it. As the knife itself is composed of steel and soft iron, it is especially susceptible to moisture and acidity. PRECAUTIONS: - Please wipe dry after use and store in a dry place. - Please refrain from placing in dishwasher or dish dryers as it will cause deterioration in the handle. - Please make sure to use the correct knife when dealing with hard ingredients (such as frozen food or bones) as it will cause chipping. - Please do not use for any other purpose other than cooking. - Please keep out of reach from children. Learn More
  2. Yanagiba "柳刃" Sashimi Knife: Sakai Masafusa Series

    Yanagiba "柳刃" Sashimi Knife: Sakai Masafusa Series

    A sashimi knife made by professionals located in the town of Sakai, famed for its knife forging with a distinctive sharpness to it. As the knife itself is composed of steel and soft iron, it is especially susceptible to moisture and acidity. PRECAUTIONS: - Please wipe dry after use and store in a dry place. - Please refrain from placing in dishwasher or dish dryers as it will cause deterioration in the handle. - Please make sure to use the correct knife when dealing with hard ingredients (such as frozen food or bones) as it will cause chipping. - Please do not use for any other purpose other than cooking. - Please keep out of reach from children. Learn More
  3. Washiki Sujihiki Knife: Sakai Masafusa Series

    Washiki Sujihiki Knife: Sakai Masafusa Series

    A stainless Sujihiki knife fashioned by professional knife forgers from Sakai with an octagonal handle, however, unlike other Japanese knives, the Sujihiki could be used for all kinds of ingredients. The knife itself is forged out of Ginsan steel, making it slightly more resistant to rusting. Also, there will be cases where the knives will look slightly different from that of the site. (shape of handle, carved seals etc). PRECAUTIONS: - Please wipe dry after use and store in a dry place. - Please refrain from placing in dishwasher or dish dryers as it will cause deterioration in the handle. - Please do not bleach or disinfect with chemicals. - Please make sure to use the correct knife when dealing with hard ingredients (such as frozen food or bones) as it will cause chipping. - Please do not use for any other purpose other than cooking. - Please keep out of reach from children. Learn More
  4. Washiki Petty Knife: Sakai Masafusa Series

    Washiki Petty Knife: Sakai Masafusa Series

    A stainless petty knife fashioned by professional knife forgers from Sakai with an octagonal handle, however, unlike other Japanese knives, the petty knife could be used for all kinds of ingredients. The knife itself is forged out of Ginsan steel, making it slightly more resistant to rusting. Also, there will be cases where the knives will look slightly different from that of the site. (shape of handle, carved seals etc). PRECAUTIONS: - Please wipe dry after use and store in a dry place. - Please refrain from placing in dishwasher or dish dryers as it will cause deterioration in the handle. - Please do not bleach or disinfect with chemicals. - Please make sure to use the correct knife when dealing with hard ingredients (such as frozen food or bones) as it will cause chipping. - Please do not use for any other purpose other than cooking. - Please keep out of reach from children. Learn More
  5. Nakiri "菜切" Vegetable Knife: Sakai Masafusa Series

    Nakiri "菜切" Vegetable Knife: Sakai Masafusa Series

    A knife made by professionals located in the town of Sakai, famed for its knife forging with a distinctive sharpness to it. This knife is specially designed for cutting vegetables. As the knife itself is composed of steel and soft iron, it is especially susceptible to moisture and acidity. Also, there will be cases where the knives will look slightly different from that of the site. (shape of handle, carved seals etc). PRECAUTIONS: - Please wipe dry after use and store in a dry place. - Please refrain from placing in dishwasher or dish dryers as it will cause deterioration in the handle. - Please make sure to use the correct knife when dealing with hard ingredients (such as frozen food or bones) as it will cause chipping. - Please do not use for any other purpose other than cooking. - Please keep out of reach from children. Learn More