- Maher Knives 52100 High Carbon Steel, Black Palm handle $899.99
- Shapton Professional Whetstone #1500 $94.99
- Maher Knives 26C3 Carbon Steel (Spicy White) Walnut Burl handle $999.99
- Ohishi x Brook Turner Gyuto (Chefs Knife) Blue Steel #2, 210mm No.6 (2022 batch) $475.00
- Ohishi x Brook Turner Gyuto (Chefs Knife) Blue Steel #2, 210mm No.5 (2022 batch) $475.00
- Ohishi x Brook Turner Gyuto (Chefs Knife) Blue Steel #2, 210mm No.4 (2022 batch) $475.00
- Ohishi x Brook Turner Gyuto (Chefs Knife) Blue Steel #2, 210mm No.3 (2022 batch) $475.00
- Hitohira, Imojiya ST, Petty (Utility Knife) Damascus 135mm by David James
- Knife Sheath (saya) Santoku 165mm by Daniel
- Akifusa Santoku (All purpose Knife) 170mm, Super Blue Steel, Suminagashi by Daniel
- Naniwa Whetstone Set 220/1000/3000 by Daniel
- Morihei Whetstone Set Hishiboshi (Hi) Series by Kevin Noonan
- Atoma Lapping Plate (140 grit) by Jarrod
Why to not buy a generic kitchen knife?
For a similar price you could own a Japanese chef knife that will make kitchen prep at work or home a breeze
and with proper care should last a lifetime!
Hi my name is Leigh, and I’m a chef from Newcastle Australia.
I’ve been cooking professionally for around 15 years and I’ve created a small collection of high-quality Japanese Knives and Chef Knives that I recommend.
Basically, if I wouldn’t use it professionally then I don’t sell it!
There is lot of junk and cheap knives available on the market.
Knives with Asian symbols and pretty packaging made to fool people.
Knives that “stay sharp forever” and ride on magical carpets with dragons and unicorns!
I hope to provide a small store where you can shop with confidence knowing you will receive quality regardless.
Have any questions?
Not sure what you’re looking for?
Confused or intimidated by the Japanese words?
Contact me and I’ll be more than happy to chat.