NASHIJI

Established a company as a Japanese sword manufacturer 140 years ago.
We are afraid that the Japanese swords are only a kind of traditional art, we will not be able to provide an opportunity to appreciate how sharp and splendid the traditional swords are directly for you all.
We would like to guarantee you how well the hand made kitchen knives with the same manufacturing methodology of Japanese swords"KATANA".
We , the 4th successor, make sure you might feel the products we provide are authentic and sharp no matter how long you might use ,moreover , you might realize the one as a precious practical utility.
We contrive to last and improve the same traditional Japanese sword manufacturing skills so that our products will be able to satisfy your needs ; sharpness, long life time.
Please do not hesitate to contact us if you would like to get the further information.
  • NASHIJI
    Gyuto knife [Nashiji]
    [ Length ] [ Weight ] [ Price ]
    180mm 150g 17,600 JPY
    195mm 160g 18,700 JPY
    210mm 170g 24,200 JPY
    240mm 240g 38,500 JPY
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    Size
    17,600 JPY

    approximately:152.29USD

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  • NASHIJI
    Santoku knife [Nashiji]
    [ Length ] [ Weight ] [ Price ]
    165mm 150g 16,500 JPY
    180mm 160g 18,700 JPY
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    Size
    16,500 JPY

    approximately:142.77USD

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  • NASHIJI
    Santoku knife [Japanese style]
    [ Length ] [ Weight ] [ Price ]
    165mm 120g 16,500 JPY
    180mm 135g 18,700 JPY
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    Free Name-Engraving Service
    Size
    16,500 JPY

    approximately:142.77USD

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  • NASHIJI
    Nakiri knife [Western style]
    [ Length ] [ Weight ] [ Price ]
    165mm 140g 16,500 JPY
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    Free Name-Engraving Service
    Size
    16,500 JPY

    approximately:142.77USD

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  • NASHIJI
    Nakiri knife [Japanese style]
    [ Length ] [ Weight ] [ Price ]
    130mm 120g 12,100 JPY
    150mm 130g 14,300 JPY
    165mm 140g 16,500 JPY
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    Size
    12,100 JPY

    approximately:104.70USD

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  • NASHIJI
    Sashimi knife [Nashiji]
    [ Length ] [ Weight ] [ Price ]
    210mm 115g 22,000 JPY
    240mm 140g 27,500 JPY
    270mm 210g 39,600 JPY
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    22,000 JPY

    approximately:190.36USD

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  • NASHIJI
    Deba knife [Nashiji]
    [ Length ] [ Weight ] [ Price ]
    105mm 100g 14,300 JPY
    135mm 180g 17,600 JPY
    150mm 200g 19,800 JPY
    165mm 260g 22,000 JPY
    180mm 300g 25,300 JPY
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    Size
    14,300 JPY

    approximately:123.73USD

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  • NASHIJI
    Western Deba knife [Nashiji]
    [ Length ] [ Weight ] [ Price ]
    105mm 120g 19,800 JPY
    135mm 230g 27,500 JPY
    165mm 300g 33,000 JPY
    180mm 340g 38,500 JPY
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    Size
    19,800 JPY

    approximately:171.32USD

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  • NASHIJI
    Petty knife [Nashiji]
    [ Length ] [ Weight ] [ Price ]
    135mm 90g 8,800 JPY
    150mm 100g 9,900 JPY
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    Size
    8,800 JPY

    approximately:76.14USD

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  • NASHIJI
    Deba knife [Nashiji left-handed]
    [ Length ] [ Weight ] [ Price ]
    135mm 250g 41,250 JPY
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    Size
    41,250 JPY

    approximately:356.93USD

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  • NASHIJI
    Sashimi knife [Nashiji left-handed]
    [ Length ] [ Weight ] [ Price ]
    240mm 140g 41,250 JPY
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    41,250 JPY

    approximately:356.93USD

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  • NASHIJI
    Japanese Petty knife [Japanese style]
    [ Length ] [ Weight ] [ Price ]
    135mm 65g 8,800 JPY
    150mm 75g 9,900 JPY
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    Size
    8,800 JPY

    approximately:76.14USD

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  • NASHIJI
    Japanese Gyuto knife [Japanese style]
    [ Length ] [ Weight ] [ Price ]
    180mm 110g 17,600 JPY
    195mm 130g 18,700 JPY
    210mm 160g 24,200 JPY
    240mm 180g 38,500 JPY
    Free Worldwide Shipping
    Free Name-Engraving Service
    Size
    17,600 JPY

    approximately:152.29USD

    Quantity
Review
  • Alec Redpath
    Score:★★★★★
    Date:2017/07/26
    This knife is definitely a bruiser/workhorse, but thin where it counts, behind the edge, with great convex grind and geometry.
    Measurements:
    1. Edge length: 213mm
    2. Height about heel: 49.mm
    3. Spine thickness: 3.9mm at heel, 2.5mm halfway,
    2mm an inch from the tip.
    4. Weight: 189 grams.

    Performance:
    Lasers through soft product with ease despite the thick spine. This knife really lives up to the
    Gyuto knife [Nashiji]
  • Vasilis Maniatis
    Score:★★★★★
    Date:2016/03/17
    Gyoto knife nashiji 195mm with octagonal handle and finger rest.and write on the knife the
    Gyuto knife [Nashiji]
  • Chris Meikrantz
    Score:★★★★★
    Date:2015/11/10
    Gyuto knife [Nashiji]
  • Pawel Szczepaniak
    Score:★★★★★
    Date:2015/11/09
    Gyuto knife [Nashiji]
  • Stephen Layne
    Score:★★★★★
    Date:2015/11/08
    This knife takes a very keen edge and is easy to sharpen. The Nashiji finish prevents food from sticking.
    Gyuto knife [Nashiji]
  • William Kelsall
    Score:★★★★★
    Date:2015/11/07
    An absolutely superb knife. Not a 'pretty' knife - this is all about doing what a knife should do well - cutting. Razor sharp, beautifully balanced - truly the knife for a serious cook.
    Gyuto knife [Nashiji]
  • Soumya Sarkar
    Score:★★★★★
    Date:2015/11/06
    Excellent craftsmanship and edge retention.
    Gyuto knife [Nashiji]
  • Jeff Brown
    Score:★★★★★
    Date:2015/11/06
    Very well crafted gyuto. Very easy to sharpen and stays sharp for a very long time. A very enjoyable knife to use.
    Gyuto knife [Nashiji]
  • chris phillips
    Score:★★★
    Date:2015/11/06
    The bones of this knife is superb. No matter how much it is polished, still has bite.
    The problem was that the knife required a lot of work on the stones. A lot of overgrind and the knife needed considerable thinning. Working through SS is laborious. Last, the neck or choilwas gauged. More of a fit and finish issue as this does not impact performance. Many of us knife nuts buy these knifes for its steel and accept that we will need to subject it to our stones, for better or worst. Currently, the knife is wedging more than I would like on tall dense products. The cutting edge is awesome.
    Gyuto knife [Nashiji]
  • Robert Glenn
    Score:★★★★★
    Date:2017/04/27
    Absolutely the best knife in my kitchen. The ergonomics are excellent for chopping or slicing, the steel maintains its edge and requires little honing and the handle is as beautiful as the craftsmanship of the blade.
    Santoku knife [Nashiji]
  • Robert Glenn
    Score:★★★★★
    Date:2017/04/27
    Absolutely the best knife in my kitchen. The ergonomics are excellent for chopping or slicing, the steel maintains its edge and requires little honing and the handle is as beautiful as the craftsmanship of the blade.
    Santoku knife [Nashiji]
  • pinchas reichman
    Score:★★★★★
    Date:2016/01/05
    Santoku knife [Nashiji]
  • Richard Miller
    Score:★★★★★
    Date:2015/11/06
    An amazing knife by an amazing knife maker, sharp, balanced, beautiful, a work of art!
    Santoku knife [Nashiji]
  • Michael Hans
    Score:★★★★★
    Date:2017/01/28
    The knife is a wonderful peace of art and cutting with it is like breathing - effortless and releaxing.
    Santoku knife [Japanese style]
  • Alec Redpath
    Score:★★★★★
    Date:2017/07/11
    Knife is forged/ground extremely thin from the primary bevel resulting in high performance. The knife is around 53 mm tall, 2.5mm spine thickness at the heal, and around 160mm along the cutting edge. I asked for a finger rest and it is very comfortable in a pinch grip. The steel (white#1 HRC 65) is some of the best available on the market. OOB needs a finish sharpening as micro chips can occur out of the box because of the high heat treat and acute bevel that is applied. It just needs a few passes on a higher grit stone(2000-8000) and the micro chipping issues are gone. Overall, great performer with the ability to handle heavy vegetable prep to detail work in a professional setting. The stainless Nashiji finish is very durable, low maintenance, aesthetically pleasing, low friction, releases food with ease, and full of character. I would not hesitate to order again because customer service is great and Mr Fujiwara is simply one of the best blacksmiths out there!!! Thank you very much!!!
    Nakiri knife [Japanese style]
  • d t copeland
    Score:★★★★★
    Date:2015/11/13
    Not every day but when used particularly
    with fish it is perfect
    Nakiri knife [Japanese style]
  • Olivier
    Score:★★★★★
    Date:2015/11/11
    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.
    Nakiri knife [Japanese style]
  • Jana Hildebrandt
    Score:★★★★★
    Date:2015/11/19
    Sashimi knife [Nashiji]
  • d t copeland
    Score:★★★★★
    Date:2015/11/13
    Excellent
    Sashimi knife [Nashiji]
  • Vasilis Maniatis
    Score:★★★★★
    Date:2016/03/17
    Deba knife nashiji 165mm with octagonal handle and write on the knife
    Deba knife [Nashiji]
  • John Ridgway
    Score:★★★★★
    Date:2017/08/22
    This is a beautiful knife, the rough forged pattern on one side looks to me like a river running along the edge of a forest. I was surprised how great this knife feels in the hand so balanced and so sharp. Practical handmade beauty.
    Petty knife [Nashiji]
  • Vasilis Maniatis
    Score:★★★★★
    Date:2016/03/17
    Paring knife nashiji 150mm with octagonal handle.write on the knife the
    Petty knife [Nashiji]
  • Adam
    Score:★★★★
    Date:2015/11/09
    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.
    Petty knife [Nashiji]
  • Stephen Layne
    Score:★★★★★
    Date:2015/11/08
    I use this knife more often than I expected. It is easy to keep sharp, and the size is perfect for small jobs.
    Petty knife [Nashiji]
  • Steven Playford
    Score:★★★★
    Date:2015/11/07
    I bought the 150mm, great handmade blade, at a great price. Basic western handle, If you want a nicer one mabroishi no meito range offers that upgrade. Will order again.
    Petty knife [Nashiji]
  • John O'Connor
    Score:★★★★★
    Date:2015/11/07
    I purchased the 150mm Nashiji Paring knife for my wife to use daily in her dinner preparation. Both she and I love the feel and balance of this knife. It came very sharp and held the edge a very long time. I find the steel to be easy to sharpen and a few strokes on a leather strop after use keeps the edge in perfect shape. I bought this knife after purchasing my 240mm Nashiji Gyuto last year that also is a work of art and a real workhorse in the kitchen. The knife arrived in perfect condition and was beautifully packaged with care instruction and micro fiber towel. I highly recommend this knife.
    Petty knife [Nashiji]
  • Richard Miller
    Score:★★★★★
    Date:2015/11/06
    An amazing knife by an amazing knife maker, sharp, balanced, beautiful, a work of art!
    Petty knife [Nashiji]
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