Traditional Japanese Knife

Traditional Japanese kitchen knives are hand-forged, usually with single beveled blades (single cutting edge or Kataba), and they are highly specialized for each ingredient and method of preparation. This type of kitchen knife appeared in Japan between 1603 and 1867 year (Edo Period). But even nowadays, many famous Japanese chefs use only traditional Japanese knives for cooking Washoku (Japanese cuisine) to achieve the best.

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This beautiful hand-forged Nakiri knife was made by Hokiyama cutlery from the Tosa province on Shikoku Island of Japan. 165mm long special ROU-Wave Damascus blade (acid etching finish) has AUS10 core steel, heat-treated up to 59-60 HRC. Octagon handle made from natural Magnolia Wood and finished with traditional Japanese Burnt pattern Urushi lacquer.
185 USD
This beautiful hand-forged Nakiri knife was made by Hokiyama cutlery from the Tosa province on Shikoku Island of Japan. 165mm long special ROU-Wave Damascus blade (acid etching finish) has AUS10 core steel, heat-treated up to 59-60 HRC. Octagon handle made from natural Magnolia Wood and finished with traditional Japanese Urushi Black lacquer using a Gold Dust technique.
202 USD
This "OLD SCHOOL" Nakiri knife was made by Ichimonji Kichikuni of Sakai Genkichi brand from Sakai city in Osaka Prefecture in Japan. 180mm long blades are hand-forged in Japanese traditional method "Warikomi" (Inserted hard steel between softer steel) using Aichi Steel company stainless steel AUS8 as a core. Japanese-style knife handle made from Magnolia Wood with unique Japanese Negoro-Nuri Urushi finished.
133 USD
Nakiri knife made by Japanese Tetsuhiro Knife Company from Sanjo City in Niigata Prefecture. 160mm long blade made by Japanese traditional method "Varicomi" (Inserted hard steel between softer stainless steel) using super-pure high carbon Blue steel 2 (Aogami 2) as a core. Western-style handle made from solid black paper micarta.
97 USD 82 USD
Beautiful Nakiri knife made by Japanese Miki Knife Company. With 165mm long, blade made from stainless Damascus steel, using high-purity steel VG10 as the central core. Western-style black Pakkawood handle.
131 USD
Beautiful VG10 Damascus  Nakiri knife made by Japanese Tetsuhiro Knife Company from Sanjo City in Niigata Prefecture. 160mm long blade made  from beautiful multi-layer Damascus with high-purity (highly-selected pure iron material used) steel VG10 (VG 10), as the central core. Western-style handle made from solid black paper micarta.
132 USD 112 USD
This outstanding Deba knife was made by the Sakai Genkichi company from Sakai city in Osaka Prefecture in Japan. 180mm long single-edged blade are hand-forged in the Japanese traditional smithing technique called "Tsukehagane" (hammer welding) that welds low-carbon steel and high-carbon steel (Hitachi Metal Blue steel 2). Kasumi finish.
364 USD
This outstanding Deba knife was made by the Sakai Genkichi company from Sakai city in Osaka Prefecture in Japan. 165mm long single-edged blade are hand-forged in the Japanese traditional smithing technique called "Tsukehagane" (hammer welding) that welds low-carbon steel and high-carbon steel (Hitachi Metal Blue steel 2). Kasumi finish.
316 USD
This gorgeous single edged Yanagiba knife was made by the Sakai Genkichi company from Sakai city in Osaka Prefecture in Japan. 300mm long blade are hand-forged in the Japanese traditional smithing technique called "Tsukehagane" (hammer welding) that welds low-carbon steel and high-carbon steel (Hitachi Metal Blue steel 2). Kasumi finish.
443 USD
This gorgeous single edged Yanagiba knife was made by the Sakai Genkichi company from Sakai city in Osaka Prefecture in Japan. 270mm long blade are hand-forged in the Japanese traditional smithing technique called "Tsukehagane" (hammer welding) that welds low-carbon steel and high-carbon steel (Hitachi Metal Blue steel 2). Kasumi finish.
348 USD
This outstanding Deba knife was made by the Sakai Genkichi company from Sakai city in Osaka Prefecture in Japan. 180mm long single edged blade are hand-forged in the Japanese traditional smithing technique called "Tsukehagane" (hammer welding) that welds low-carbon steel and high-carbon steel (White steel 2). Kasumi finish.
190 USD
This outstanding Deba knife was made by the Sakai Genkichi company from Sakai city in Osaka Prefecture in Japan. 165mm long single edged blade are hand-forged in the Japanese traditional smithing technique called "Tsukehagane" (hammer welding) that welds low-carbon steel and high-carbon steel (White steel 2). Kasumi finish.
158 USD
This gorgeous single edged Yanagiba knife was made by the Sakai Genkichi company from Sakai city in Osaka Prefecture in Japan. 300mm long blade are hand-forged in the Japanese traditional smithing technique called "Tsukehagane" (hammer welding) that welds low-carbon steel and high-carbon steel (White steel 2). Kasumi finish.
237 USD
This gorgeous single edged Yanagiba knife was made by the Sakai Genkichi company from Sakai city in Osaka Prefecture in Japan. 270mm long blade are hand-forged in the Japanese traditional smithing technique called "Tsukehagane" (hammer welding) that welds low-carbon steel and high-carbon steel (White steel 2).
190 USD
This beautiful hand-forged Nakiri knife was made by Hokiyama cutlery from the Tosa province on Shikoku Island of Japan. Hammered texture (Tsuchi-me) on 165mm long Damascus blade has AUS10 core steel, heat-treated up to 59-60 HRC. Octagon handle made from natural Magnolia Wood and finished with traditional Japanese Burnt pattern Urushi lacquer.
158 USD
This beautiful hand-forged Nakiri knife was made by Hokiyama cutlery from the Tosa province on Shikoku Island of Japan. Hammered texture (Tsuchi-me) on 165mm long Damascus blade has AUS10 core steel, heat-treated up to 59-60 HRC. Octagon handle made from natural Magnolia Wood and finished with traditional Japanese Urushi Black lacquer using a Gold Dust technique.
172 USD
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