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Japanese BBQ knife Nikukiri - MIYAZAKI KAJIYA - Blue steel No.2 - Damascus - Kurouchi - Size : 18cm
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"Miyazaki Kajiya" is located in Goto islands, Nagasaki Prefecture, a city rich in nature, and its knives are made entirely by hand. The craftsman, Haruo Miyazaki, is the third generation of the Oba blacksmith family from Fukuoka Prefecture. He had been trained for five years under Toshio Oba, a master craftsman who forged the traditional "Hakata Ippon Hocho”. He makes knives with the wildness that only a field smith can create, including the Tsubaki knife, which has a unique shape similar to the Hakata knife.
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Japanese BBQ knife Nikukiri - MIYAZAKI KAJIYA - White steel No.2 - Damascus - Kurouchi - Size: 18cm
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"Miyazaki Kajiya" is located in Goto islands, Nagasaki Prefecture, a city rich in nature, and its knives are made entirely by hand. The craftsman, Haruo Miyazaki, is the third generation of the Oba blacksmith family from Fukuoka Prefecture. He had been trained for five years under Toshio Oba, a master craftsman who forged the traditional "Hakata Ippon Hocho”. He makes knives with the wildness that only a field smith can create, including the Tsubaki knife, which has a unique shape similar to the Hakata knife.
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Japanese Petty knife - MIYAZAKI KAJIYA - Stainless Ginsan steel - Hammered - Magnolia wooda handle - Size :
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"Miyazaki Kajiya" is located in Goto islands, Nagasaki Prefecture, a city rich in nature, and its knives are made entirely by hand. The craftsman, Haruo Miyazaki, is the third generation of the Oba blacksmith family from Fukuoka Prefecture. He had been trained for five years under Toshio Oba, a master craftsman who forged the traditional "Hakata Ippon Hocho”. He makes knives with the wildness that only a field smith can create, including the Tsubaki knife, which has a unique shape similar to the Hakata knife.
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Japanese Chef knife Gyuto - MIYAZAKI KAJIYA - Super Blue Carbon steel - Kurouchi - Magnlolia wood handle - Size : 24/25cm
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"Miyazaki Kajiya" is located in Goto islands, Nagasaki Prefecture, a city rich in nature, and its knives are made entirely by hand. The craftsman, Haruo Miyazaki, is the third generation of the Oba blacksmith family from Fukuoka Prefecture. He had been trained for five years under Toshio Oba, a master craftsman who forged the traditional "Hakata Ippon Hocho”. He makes knives with the wildness that only a field smith can create, including the Tsubaki knife, which has a unique shape similar to the Hakata knife.
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Japanese Chef knife Kiritsuke Gyuto - MIURA - Stainless SRS13 - Rosewood handle - Size : 24cm
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Miura Knives Series offer a wide range of knives, from entry-level models that are easy to use for beginners to high-quality models used by professionals in their work, and products made by world top class craftsmen to provide the best knives for various needs. Please choose the best knife for your needs and preferences. The series includes knives from famous cutlery producing regions in Japan and the advanced series such as "Itadaki," "Obidama," and "Kuchinashi".
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Japanese Slicer knife Sujihiki - MIURA - Stainless SRS13 - Rose wood handle - Size : 27cm
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Miura Knives Series offer a wide range of knives, from entry-level models that are easy to use for beginners to high-quality models used by professionals in their work, and products made by world top class craftsmen to provide the best knives for various needs. Please choose the best knife for your needs and preferences. The series includes knives from famous cutlery producing regions in Japan and the advanced series such as "Itadaki," "Obidama," and "Kuchinashi".
Japanese Chef Knife Gyuto - MANAKA - KISUKE【KOKUENN】- Blue Carbon Steel No.1 - Damascus - Custom Handle Blue - size: 30cm
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"Kisuke" is a completely handmade kitchen knife produced by Shunsuke Manaka, the fifth generation of Manaka Hamono.He has not only inherited the traditional techniques, but has also researched the steel from a scientific point of view to create his own unique style.The materials used for the knives are not limited to the traditional Shirogami and Aogami, but also include a wide range of stainless steels and high performance powder steels, and are finished with a calculated heat treatment.The powerful Kisuke kitchen knives with extremely sharp cutting ability are excellent products that we can recommend with confidence.