Made-in-Japan Kitchen Knives "Hocho"— generally called Sashimi or Sushi Knives — with Excellent Design and Unparalleled Tradition.
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Super Cutting Show with Japanese Kitchen Knives

Using a razor sharp Japanese kitchen knife “Hocho”, a chef showed an amazing Super Cutting demonstration.     Such a skill is said not so special but a basic technique acquired from a training to be a true Japanese cuisine chef. Do you think that it is true?   Visit the Hocho-Knife online shop for …

“Washoku” to be Intangible Cultural Heritage

“Washoku” — traditional Japanese cuisine — is now likely to be designated by UNESCO as an Intangible Cultural Heritage.Japan will become only the second nation after France to have its national cuisine designated heritage status.Please refer to the following contents, you know, Razor-Sharp Japanese Kitchen Knives are essential for the sophisticated Japanese Cuisine, especially Sushi …

Traditional Blacksmith’s Factory in Sakai City, Osaka, JAPAN

MIZUNO Blacksmith’s Factory is said the only one traditional factory existing in Sakai using ancient bellows to forge metal for Hocho(kitchen knives) and Katana(swords). Therefore it is officially allowed to provide the swords of Yokozuna, the highest-rank Sumo wrestlers, including the current Yokozuna HAKUHO.Kitchen knives made in Sakai have been having for a long time …

Welcome to our “Hocho-Knife” Official Blog

Hello, I’m the shop owner of Japanese Kitchen Knives. Do you know what a Kitchen Knife is called in Japan? Of course “Hocho”, you know 🙂 The “Hocho”, Japanese Kithen Knives, are generally known by professional chefs as the most Razor-Sharp ones in the world. In addition to that, they have gotten to known as a important part of Japanese culture …

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