Discover the fascinating world of Japanese knives with our exciting blog! Delve into the rich history and traditions behind these renowned blades, learn about their unique features and uses, and explore the latest trends and innovations in the world of Japanese cutlery. Join us on a journey of discovery and appreciation for the art of Japanese knife-making.

How to Spot a Fake Japanese Knife

With the help of our in-depth tutorial, learn how to identify fake Japanese knives. Make sure you receive the genuine article and avoid being fooled by imitations.

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5 Best Japanese Chef Knives for Plant-Based and Vegetarian Kitchens: Featuring Opinions from real-life experts on Japanese knife

Have you ever had a Chef vs. Vegetable moment in the kitchen? I certainly have. It's that unforgettable moment when your knife decides it wants to play "Hide and Seek"...

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What Kind of Knife Material is Best for Acidic Vegetables?

For cutting vegetables, a Japanese nakiri knife is the best choice. With its thin, sharp blade and double-beveled edge, it offers precision and accuracy.

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Cut Styles using Japanese Knives

Japanese knives have a wide range of cutting styles and techniques, each suited to specific types of food and cutting tasks. In addition, they are typically made with harder and...

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Nakiri, Deba, and Gyuto - Can they cut "soft" bones?

Cut soft bones with Nakiri, Deba, and Gyuto knives. Discover the craftsmanship and perfection that goes into making exquisite Japanese blades. Improve your knowledge right now!

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Knives for Sushi at Home

Take your sushi-making game to the next level with our guide to the best Japanese knives for sushi at home. Read now and elevate your skills!

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The Science Behind Why Knife Quality Matters for Food Taste

High-quality knives are made with superior materials and construction, resulting in better performance, longevity, and user safety."

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Do I need a sashimi or yanagiba knife for sushi?

A sashimi or yanagiba knife is essential for making sushi due to its long, thin blade that allows for precise cuts of fish and other ingredients.

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