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Nakamura Yanagiba Kaishin-Saku Yanagiba
The Kaishin-saku series is an affordable yet extremely performant line of Japanese traditional knives forged in Sakai, Osaka prefecture. Sakai has a long history of blacksmithing, and their work is of such quality that in...
hibi Nakiri Hakkei VG10 Nakiri 160mm
Our Hakkei (meaning White Scenery) series was designed to be easy to use, easy to maintain while keeping a high performance, thanks to its VG10 core. The core is covered with a hammered and damascus pattern layer of...
Tagai Santoku 165mm / Oak/Black Walnut Handle & Soft Iron Cladding Tagai Tradition Santoku
The Hinoura Hamono workshop forges the Tagai Tradition line, founded in 1905; the shop is still owned by the family today in Tsubamesanjo.  Hinoura Tsukasa was recognized as a Master of Japanese Traditional Crafts by...
Nakamura Deba Kaishin-Saku Deba
The Kaishin-saku series is an affordable yet extremely performant line of Japanese traditional knives forged in Sakai, Osaka prefecture. Sakai has a long history of blacksmithing, and their work is of such quality that in...
Tagai Gyuto 210mm / Oak/Black Walnut Handle & Soft Iron Cladding Tagai Tradition Gyuto
The Hinoura Hamono workshop forges the Tagai Tradition line, founded in 1905; the shop is still owned by the family today in Tsubamesanjo.  Hinoura Tsukasa was recognized as a Master of Japanese Traditional Crafts by...
Nakamura Santoku Kurouchi (Black) Kaishin Santoku 165mm
The Kaishin series from Nakamura are forged in the Shikoku region in southern Japan. The knives usually come with a cherrywood handle but it is customizable on-demand, just send us a message!
hibi Petty Hakkei VG10 Petty 150mm
Our Hakkei (meaning White Scenery) series was designed to be easy to use, easy to maintain while keeping a high performance, thanks to its VG10 core. The core is covered with a hammered and damascus pattern layer of...
Nakamura Gyuto Kurouchi (Black) / 210mm Kaishin Gyuto
¥14,400
The Kaishin series from Nakamura are forged in the Shikoku region in southern Japan. The knives usually come with a cherrywood handle but it is customizable on-demand, just send us a message!
Nakamura Takohiki Kaishin-Saku Takohiki
The Kaishin-saku series is an affordable yet extremely performant line of Japanese traditional knives forged in Sakai, Osaka prefecture. Sakai has a long history of blacksmithing, and their work is of such quality that in...
Tagai Nakiri 180mm / Oak/Black Walnut Handle & Soft Iron Cladding Tagai Tradition Nakiri
The Hinoura Hamono workshop forges the Tagai Tradition line, founded in 1905; the shop is still owned by the family today in Tsubamesanjo.  Hinoura Tsukasa was recognized as a Master of Japanese Traditional Crafts by...
Tagai Petty 135mm / Oak/Black Walnut Handle & Soft Iron Cladding Tagai Tradition Petty
The Hinoura Hamono workshop forges the Tagai Tradition line, founded in 1905; the shop is still owned by the family today in Tsubamesanjo.  Hinoura Tsukasa was recognized as a Master of Japanese Traditional Crafts by...
hibi Sujihiki Hakkei VG10 Sujihiki 240mm
Our Hakkei (meaning White Scenery) series was designed to be easy to use, easy to maintain while keeping a high performance, thanks to its VG10 core. The core is covered with a hammered and damascus pattern layer of...
Nakamura Nakiri Damascus Kaishin Nakiri 165mm
The Kaishin series from Nakamura are forged in the Shikoku region in southern Japan. The knives usually come with a cherrywood handle but it is customizable on-demand, just send us a message!
hibi Santoku Hakkei VG10 Santoku 180mm
Our Hakkei (meaning White Scenery) series was designed to be easy to use, easy to maintain while keeping a high performance, thanks to its VG10 core. The core is covered with a hammered and damascus pattern layer of...
hibi Gyuto 210mm Hakkei VG10 Gyuto
Our Hakkei (meaning White Scenery) series was designed to be easy to use, easy to maintain while keeping a high performance, thanks to its VG10 core. The core is covered with a hammered and damascus pattern layer of...