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Traditional skills have been succeeded to the methodology to produce modern kitchen knives, which makes sure how authentic all the hand made products are.

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Japnese Kitchen Knives
Established a company as a Japanese sword manufacturer 140 years ago.
We can not provide an opportunity to appreciate how sharp and splendid the traditional swords are directly ,however, we make sure how good they are by using the practical kitchen knives with the same methodology.
We can provide the modern practical kitchen knives to you all , the technology of which is taken over the traditional sword manufacturing methodology,
Anyone will be realized how sharp the authentic kichen knives wherever you use.
Not only professionals but users at home would be pleased with using our products.

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Customer review
Japanese Gyuto Knife (Chefs Knife)
Peter Matheson
Rating: ★★★★★  Date: 01/02/2016
I am admittedly enchanted by the rustic beauty of Fujiwara knives. I own a Denka Santoku and now a Maboroshi Gyuto. These knives are truly handmade, no two exactly the same. Your knife will be unique in its own way. What is in common with both of my knives is a wicked cutting edge.
After over 25 years of working in a professional kitchen, the daily routine of cutting meat and vegetables can become monotonous. Working with Fujiwara knives has changed the way I think about kitchen knives. I now take a new delight in my daily routine of cutting and chopping.
I can also say that I've had and excellent experience with their attentive customer service.

Japanese Nakiri Knife (Vegetable-cutting Knife)
Hjalmar Hake
Rating: ★★★★★  Date: 19/12/2015
For about 9 months now, I have had the pleasure of having a Teruyasu Fujiwara knife in my kitchen. I also have knives by Itto Ryu (Shirogami #2), Takeo Murata (Aogami #1) and a Dojo (Aogami Super) as well as a few other pieces. I sharpen them all the same, using the same procedure and stones. My Teruyasu knife is by far the best of them, and what I notice the most is that it stays sharper than all the other ones, for a longer period of time. I have the finger rest design, and I must say that I now wish my other knives had the feature as well. I would not hesitate to purchase yet another Teruyasu Fujiwara knife, and I strongly recomend his products.

Japanese Gyuto Knife (Chefs Knife)
Simon Dockray
Rating: ★★★★★  Date: 15/12/2015

Japanese Sashimi Knife (Sashimi-slicer Knife)
Jana Hildebrandt
Rating: ★★★★★  Date: 19/11/2015

Japanese Gyuto Knife (Chefs Knife)
christophe wong-tremblay
Rating: ★★★★★  Date: 14/11/2015
I own the 21cm gyuto and it is honestly the best knife i used so far. Easy to sharpen. I would recomend it to anyone looking for this kind of knives !!
Christophe wong-tremblay,

Japanese Nakiri Knife (Vegetable-cutting Knife)
d t copeland
Rating: ★★★★★  Date: 13/11/2015
Not every day but when used particularly
with fish it is perfect

Japanese Gyuto Knife (Chefs Knife)
Jimmie Turic
Rating: ★★★★★  Date: 12/11/2015
This knife is gorgeous and highly functional! Sharp and takes a great edge. Clearly, Master Fujiwara loves his craft, and he excels at it. I can't wait to add more of his knives to my collection.

Japanese Gyuto Knife (Chefs Knife)
Chris Meikrantz
Rating: ★★★★★  Date: 10/11/2015

Japanese Santoku Knife (All-purpose utility Knife)
valentinus hendrikx
Rating: ★★★★★  Date: 09/11/2015
Me and my wife really love your knife ,it's a real tool and no decoration. We use it every day in our kitchen. Cutting is mutch faster and cleaner.
It handels well and sharpening it is only needed very rarely.

Japanese Gyuto Knife (Chefs Knife)
Stuart Carter
Rating: ★★★★★  Date: 30/01/2016
Simply the best knife I have ever used. I have worked kitchen for approximately 12 years professionally, and there is no equivalent to this knife. Received knife quickly via mail, hand-made; obtained with ebony-style handle and finger holster. Extremely well balanced, blade is better than razor sharp and cuts through meat and vegetables, etc., effortlessly. Beautiful knife overall, would buy again, and recommending to friends. From another professional source here locally in Edmonton, this knife is known as one of the best knives in the world, and this is obvious once used. Easily a five-out-of-five star knife.

Thank you very much Fujiwara-san!

Japanese Santoku Knife (All-purpose utility Knife)
pinchas reichman
Rating: ★★★★★  Date: 05/01/2016

Japanese Gyuto Knife (Chefs Knife)
Chris Valkiers
Rating: ★★★★★  Date: 16/12/2015
I had to wait some time before the knife arrived, probably because of the ebony handle I ordered. When it arrived it was packed as a gift. I'm very pleased with this knife. I use it for some time now. It is super sharp and has a beautiful artisan look and feel.

Japanese Handle Collection
Douglas Kim
Rating: ★★★★  Date: 29/11/2015
I have to say that this knife is amazing at cutting. One thing that I must note is that you must create a better cutting edge. The steel of the blade is amazing and doesn't chip easily. The handle I do recommend changing to a more comfortable handle. For the price the price of the steel can't be beat though!

Japanese Gyuto Knife (Chefs Knife)
Carl Sawatsky
Rating: ★★★★★  Date: 17/11/2015
What can I say other than that this knife is amazing. Functional Art. Great distal taper, great medium weight, amazing edge retention and ease of sharpening. Not super reactive at the edge either. It is an absolute pleasure to work with his knives in a professional kitchen. Dont hesitate to buy something of this level of quality, just do it!

Japanese Gyuto Knife (Chefs Knife)
d t copeland
Rating: ★★★★★  Date: 13/11/2015
Not every day use but perfect with meats, salamis etc;

Japanese Sashimi Knife (Sashimi-slicer Knife)
d t copeland
Rating: ★★★★★  Date: 13/11/2015

Japanese Nakiri Knife (Vegetable-cutting Knife)
Rating: ★★★★★  Date: 11/11/2015
Fantastic knife. I needed a short and tall blade to deal with garlic, herbs and spring onion...this one delivers every time as long as you know how to look after it.

Japanese Gyuto Knife (Chefs Knife)
Pawel Szczepaniak
Rating: ★★★★★  Date: 09/11/2015

Japanese Petty Knife (Paring Knife)
Rating: ★★★★  Date: 09/11/2015
I purchased this 150 mm petty almost a year ago as an inexpensive way to experience handmade knives. All my previous knives were french, japanese, and german production.

I reach for it whenever my larger knives feel too cumbersome or my cutting board is crowded. It can easily handle anything up to large potatoes and onions, and is perfect for shallots, garlic, and other small tasks, including boneless meats.

The blade has a very pleasing rustic look, yet it is wonderfully ground and tapered for performance. Very thin at the edge, but with just enough body behind it to feel solid. The exposed carbon edge has become a grey-blue color that contrasts against the stainless in a very pleasing way. It sharpens easily, and stays sharp far longer than it should, especially if stropped occasionally. The initial edge was very sharp, but had areas of very small chipping, which I quickly fixed on a 4000 stone. No problems of any kind since.

The (western style) handle is a bit too rustic. The spine is below the level of the top of the handle enough to let food particles stick in, making cleaning more of a chore. It is also visually distracting. That said, the handle is made from surprisingly nice Indian Rosewood (I believe) and feels good in the hand. I was worried it felt too small at first, but in use it provides the knuckle clearance I need, and the easy cutting of the blade does not require a wood chopping grip.

Overall, this knife does everything it should, and is just a better handle away from full marks. Thinking about it now though, I've had almost a year to fix or replace the handle and haven't. I probably never will either (though it is worthy of something nicer). I'll probably buy another one too, because I haven't seen or used anything that worked so well for the price.

2013.07.18 FUJIWARA EDGED TOOL CRAFT will be introduced in the segment “Japanese Knives loved by chefs around the world” in NHKs “TOKYO EYE” program. 2010.12.01 FUJIWARA TERUYASU EDGED TOOL CRAFT English Web Site Published.