Kitchen Knives

Discover the must-have kitchen knives that every home cook needs. From versatile chef knives to precision slicing knives, find the perfect tools to elevate your culinary skills.
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Traditional Japanese knives are divided into two classes: Honyaki knives are made from true-forged high-carbon steel, while kasumi knives are made by forging high-carbon steel and soft iron together. Here, learn the names of a wide variety of Japanese knives and how to use them.

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This guide is for the inquisitive home cook to learn about the most common types of kitchen knives and their uses. Upgrade your tools, and it might seem like anything is possible in the kitchen. Maybe you’ve just purchased a kitchen knives set and realized you don’t actually know what each is meant for. Maybe you’ve had a knife set for a while, and you’re starting to wonder how the ones you never use might make your life easier. Either way, understanding the different types of knives and how…

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Kamikoto makes single bevel knives from Japanese Ibaraki Steel. Each knife comes sharpened into a perfect edge, is individually inspected before leaving our workshop, and comes housed in an ash wood box for storage and safe keeping.

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Have you ever been using a Santoku and thinking to yourself “Man, this knife slaps. So good at chopping veggies. So nimble and easy to use. I love this knife. It’s amazing. But I wish it had a super rad pointy tip”? Well, you need a Bunka, aka my new favourite knife shape. The name Bunka translates to “culture, and was created in the 1950s when Japanese culture was modernizing. “Bunka apartments” were highly popular in urban areas, and the name was eventually lifted for this knife shape…

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