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Mail in Japanese whetstone sharpening service

Coming Soon, Japanese whetstone finish sharpening delivered to your door.

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Masakage Yuki 120mm Petty Stainless Clad White Steel

Masakage Yuki 120mm petty stainless clad white steel is made in Takefu Japan by Hiroshi Kato, the Masakage Yuki series is a stainless clad #2 white steel with a round Japanese magnolia handle. Yuki is the Japanese word for snow which refers to the texture of the stainless after it has had the scale removed from the forge, this texture is sometimes also called nashiji, or pear. Hiroshi Kato began making knives in 1959 and is a third generation knifemaker.

$140.00

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Masakage Yuki 240mm Guyto Stainless Clad White Steel

Masakage Yuki 240mm gyuto stainless clad white steel is made in Takefu Japan by Hiroshi Kato, the Masakage Yuki series is a stainless clad #2 white steel with a round Japanese magnolia handle. Yuki is the Japanese word for snow which refers to the texture of the stainless after it has had the scale removed from the forge, this texture is sometimes also called nashiji, or pear. Hiroshi Kato began making knives in 1959 and is a third generation knife maker.

$228.00

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Masakage Yuki 270mm Sujihiki Slicer Stainless Clad White Steel

Masakage Yuki 270mm sujihiki slicer stainless clad white steel is made in Takefu Japan by Hiroshi Kato, the Masakage Yuki series is a stainless clad #2 white steel with a round Japanese magnolia handle. Yuki is the Japanese word for snow which refers to the texture of the stainless after it has had the scale removed from the forge, this texture is sometimes also called nashiji, or pear. Hiroshi Kato began making knives in 1959 and is a third generation knifemaker.

$267.00

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Masakage Yuki 300mm Sujihiki Slicer Stainless Clad White Steel

Masakage Yuki 300mm sujihiki slicer stainless clad white steel made in Takefu Japan by Hiroshi Kato, the Masakage Yuki series is a stainless clad #2 white steel with a round Japanese magnolia handle. Yuki is the Japanese word for snow which refers to the texture of the stainless after it has had the scale removed from the forge, this texture is sometimes also called nashiji, or pear. Hiroshi Kato began making knives in 1959 and is a third generation knifemaker.

$294.00

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Sakai Kikumori Nihon-kou Carbon Steel 210mm gyuto

210mm Sakai Kikumori carbon steel gyuto chef knife made with proprietory Nihon-Kou (“Japanese steel”) .95% carbon high carbon steel hardened to HRC 62/63

$88.00

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Sakai Kikumori Nihon-kou carbon steel 240mm gyuto

240mm Sakai Kikumori carbon steel knife made with proprietory Nihon-Kou (“Japanese steel”) .95% carbon high carbon steel hardened to HRC 62/63

$98.00

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Sakai Kikumori Nihon-kou Carbon Steel Chukka Bocho Chinese Cleaver 220mm

220mm Sakai Kikumori carbon steel Chukka bocho Chinese cleaver style chef knife made with proprietory Nihon-Kou (“Japanese steel”) .95% carbon high carbon steel hardened to HRC 62/63

$98.00

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