Japanese knife Store - Nokaze

( Last up date July 09 , 2020 )

From Japan directly to your home. We ship top quality japanese kitchen knives all over the world.

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Tel : 81-574-67-3781
E-mail : viento@cuchillo-japones.com

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Top selling Japanese knives

Top Selling Japanese Santoku knives

Santoku is a multipurpose knife that can be used for meat, fish and vegetables. It is the most popular kitchen knife in Japan and the most exported Japanese knife to the western market.

TC Zen-Pou Santoku 185mm

Blade 185mm (7.28inch) , Total Length 305mm (12inch) / Weight 176grs (6.20oz)

Hand forged VG10 steel cutting egde is very hard and sharp, and it has strong resistance to oxidation. A perfect knife from Blacksmith city, Seki.

Minamoto Santoku 180mm

US$ 83.00
Blade 180mm (7.08inch), Total Length 300mm (11.8inch) / Weight 140grs (4.9oz)

Perfect collaboration by best European steel and Japanese technology, made by Sandvik Steel. Sandvik is one of the biggest steel companies in the world founded in Sweden 1862.

Saiun Santoku 170mm

US$ 123.00
Blade 170mm (7inch) , Total Length 300mm (11.8inch) / Weight 225grs (7.9oz)

The blade has enough thickness and weight... strong and sharp like Japanese sword, and has resistance to oxidation. Micarta handle is not deformed by humidity or temperature...

Zenpou Aogami super Santoku 180mm

US$ 146.00
Blade 18cm (7.08inch) , Total Length 30cm (11.8inch) / Weight 180grs (6.34oz)

The black blade is forged in a traditional way, made of Aogami super steel. This is the sharpest Japanese santoku knife!

SP Zen-Pou Santoku 170mm

Blade 170mm (7inch), Total Length 290mm (11.4inch) / Weight 167grs (5.9oz)

Beautiful damascus blade has very sharp VG10 steel cutting edge, and has resistance to oxidation. One of the highest grade kitchen knives in our shop.

Zenpou Gingami3 Santoku 180mm

US$ 134.00
Blade 18cm (7.08inch) , Total Length 30cm (11.8inch) / Weight 180grs (6.34oz)

It's very sharp and has resistance to oxidation. Japanese Gingami3 steel santoku knife forged in trditional way...

Kawamura Santoku 160mm

US$ 98.00
Blade 160mm (6.3inch) , Total Length 305mm (12inch) / Weight 118grs (4.16oz)

For 40 years, Master Kawamura has manufactured handmade knives in his workshop. His work was broadcast by Japanese national TV channel NHK.

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Top Selling Japanese Chef Knives

Gyuto is the Japanese version of classic Western chef's knife. It has a longer blade than Santoku, and it can be used for meat, fish and vegetables as a multi-purpose knife. Also called chef's knife.

Saiun Gyuto Chef 200mm

US$ 132.00
Blade 200mm (7.87inch), Total Length 325mm (12.8inch) / Weight 230grs (8.1oz)

Saiun series has inherited the tradition of Japanese swordsmith craftsman "Kanetsugu" (1300-1349)... enough thickness and weight , hard to bend, strong and very sharp.

TC Zen-Pou Chef Gyuto 215mm

Blade 215mm (8.46inch) , Total Length 335mm (13.2inch) / Weight 185grs (6.52oz)

VG10 Damascus steel blade is very sharp and has strong resistance to oxidation, so it is easy to maintain. Also it has excellent shape , enough length to cut various ingredients and beauty of steel.

Zenpou Aogami super Gyuto 210mm

US$ 168.00
Blade 21cm (8.26inch) , Total Length 33.5cm (13.2inch) / Weight 200grs (7.05oz)

Aogami (blue) super is a steel of Hitachi metals. It has maximum quality of Hitachi Metals and maximum hardness of Japanese steel (HRC = 67). If you want maximum sharpness knife, it is recommended aogami super knife.

Sakai Takayuki Kiritsuke Gyuto 190mm

US$ 150.00
Blade 190mm (7.5inch) , Total Length 340mm (13.4inch) / Weight 215grs (7.6oz)

This Kiritsuke Gyuto can be used for various foods in the same way as normal Gyuto knives, and it also has an advantage that it is convenient to work using the tip.

Sakai Takayuki Wa-Gyuto 210mm

US$ 148.00
Blade 210mm (8.3inch) , Total Length 360mm (14.2inch) / Weight 148grs (5.2oz)

Sakai Takayuki is the most famous Damascus kitchen knife brand in Osaka, Japan. And this is the damascus gyuto knife with a traditional Japanese-style handle.

Zenpou Gingami3 Gyuto 210mm

US$ 158.00
Blade 21cm (8.26inch) , Total Length 33.5cm (13.2inch) / Weight 195grs (6.87oz)

Gingami3 is the best stainless steel from Hitachi metals. Very sharp like a carcon steel knife , has resistance to oxidation and it can sharpen with the stone easier than VG10.

Zenpou Aogami super Gyuto 210mm

US$ 162.00
Blade 21cm (8.26inch) , Total Length 33.5cm (13.2inch) / Weight 190grs (6.7oz)

Aogami (blue) super is a steel of Hitachi metals. It has maximum quality of Hitachi Metals and maximum hardness of Japanese steel (HRC = 67). If you want maximum sharpness knife, it is recommended aogami super knife.

Minamoto chef 210mm

US$ 128.00
Blade 210mm (8.26inch) , Total Length 330mm (12.99inch) / Weight 165grs (5.82oz)

Minamoto knives are renowned for their precious works. And this is the top quality knife of Minamoto brand. Good length for cutting meat or large vegetables.

Zuiun Slicer SPG2 240mm

US$ 285.00
Blade 240mm (9.4inch) , Total Length 390mm (15.4inch) / Weight 155grs (5.5oz)

The SPG2 (Super Gold 2) steel edge is integrated in 62-layer damascus steel. SPG2 has HRC62-63 hardness, it is harder and sharper than vg10. This is a knife that inherits the tradition and skill of Japanese swords.

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Japanese Petty Knives

Petties and Paring knives are recommended as your second kitchen knife. for delicate work such as peeling, de-seed and slicing vegetables and fruit.

Sakai Takayuki Petty 150mm

US$ 97.00
Blade 150mm (5.9inch) , Total Length 260mm (10.2inch) / Weight 95grs (3.35oz)

It has good weight (95grs) and blade length (15cm). Not only for fruits and small vegetables, but can also be used for various foods.

Saiun Petty 150mm

US$ 85.00
Blade 150mm (5.9inch) , Total Length 255mm (10.0inch) / Weight 90grs (3.17oz)

Saiun series has inherited the tradition of Japanese swordsmith craftsman "Kanetsugu" (1300-1349). This petty has only 90grs , but it is very sharp , strong and has high quality micarta handle.

Saiun paring knife 90mm

US$ 76.00
Blade 90mm (3.54inch) , Total Length 195mm (7.67inch) / Weight 73grs (2.57oz)

Paring small knife, however 33 layer vg10 steel damascus blade is very sharp and beautiful as an art. Over 650 years, Saiun has inherited the tradition of Japanese swordsmith craftsman Kanetsugu.

Zen-Pou paring knife 80mm

US$ 65.00
Blade 80mm (3.2inch) , Total Length 190mm (7.5inch) / Weight 75grs (2.6oz)

VG10 steel cutting edge is very sharp, and hand-forged damascus blade has own beauty of steel. peeling and slicing vegetables , fruits... especially suitable for working holding food in hand.

SP Zen-Pou Petty 140mm

US$ 82.00
Blade 140mm (5.5inch) , Total Length 260mm (10.2inch) / Weight 87grs (3.06oz)

What a beautiful! and very sharp. Zen-Pou SP damascus is one of the highest grade kitchen knives in our store. peeling and slicing vegetables , fruits... you can work with fun.

Minamoto Petty 150mm

US$ 65.00
Blade 150mm (5.9inch), Total Length 265mm (10.4inch) / Weight 75grs (2.64oz)

Minamoto brand is recognized for its elaborate workmanship and sharpness. It is light and easy to use Petty knife.

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The tradition of Japanese blacksmith has continued 700 years , and its quality is known internationally. Each knife has craftsmen's spirits. Try it and enjoy cooking.

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Other recommended japanese goods

Sharpening Stone #1000 + #3000

US$ 58.00
Suehiro : 180mm x 60mm x 25mm
sharpener and knife
How to sharpen a Japanese knife.

After using for some period, the knife edge will be rounded.
To maintain enough function, it is recommended to sharpen constantly.
kitchen knife maintenance
Clean a knife

Sharpening guide : Super Togeru
US$ 16.00
Holder to maintain same angle. With this you can sharpen faster and more correctly.

Sashimi Tweezer , Fish Bone Remover

US$ 14.00

<How to make Sashimi>
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Japanese Chopsticks

Japanese Mandoline vegetable slicer
US$ 31.00
314mm x 92mm x 24mm

Kaijirushi Kitchen scissors

Kaijirushi is a manufacturer of Japanese knife brand Seki-magoroku, and also known as kitchen tool's manufacturer.

Kaijirushi Kitchen scissors

There is possibility to scratch your beautiful knife. Please use this product only to remove strong rust.

Nail clippers Parada (M)

As kitchen knives, Nail clippers are also typical product of the smith city Seki /Japan. We have received many orders for gift!
We also have large size and small size.
types of japanese kitchen knives
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Our selection of kitche knives
Our office is near the seki city that is the largest kitchen knife production city in Japan. However, not only from Seki City, but also we contract with factories and craftsmen in various places , and we purchase top quality kitchen knives throughout Japan.

Those have the highest quality at a price that is not too expensive. Also we have a variety kinds of kitchen knives such as carbon steel knives, stainless steel knives, western style knives, Japanese traditional knives.. etc.

We don't have many rare knives. We do not have similar knives. Therefore, there are not many items, but we believe that we have the best selection for daily use (for professional chefs and for home use) . We hope you find your favorite Japanese kitchen knife.

About stainless steel kitchen knife
The advantage of stainless steel kitchen knives is that it is easy to maintain because they do not oxidize easily.

In the past, stainless steel knives were not sharp, but now there are many steels called high carbon stainless steel that are hard and sharp like carbon steel. VG10(from Takehu corp. Japan), Swedish steel and Gingami3 steel(from Hitachi Metals Japan)... etc are the main. These are best-selling knives, and of course professional chefs also use.

About carbon steel kitchen knife
Carbon steel is not stainless, so it rusts. But it is sharper than stainless steel and easy to sharpen. And if you care well it works great. That is why many professional chefs prefer carbon steel kitchen knife.

Most carbon steels are manufactured by Hitachi Metals Ltd. Kigami steel is used for agricultural tools, Shirogami steel is traditionally used for Japanese kitchen knives. And Aogami steel is harder and has higher quality than shirogami steel.

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