Crafted by master blacksmiths and in a range of beautiful styles and steels, Masakage knives blend outstanding quality with value for money.
A very talented young blacksmith, Kurosaki San has been making beautiful knives since 2002.
Nishida San forges these beautiful knives in Kumamoto using White#1 steel completely by hand.
Great looks and value for a perfect introduction to the world of Japanese chef knives.
Thin, light and graceful, the Kotetsu range are an instant favourite.
Well known and respected, Sakai knives are created by a skilled team of craftsmen and as a company have been creating knives for more than 600 years.
Fabulous, unique knives with a particular attention to perfection.
Almost unparalleled quality and sharpness, Teruyasu Fujiwara's knives are on another level.
A family company with a very long tradition of handmade tools and ancient Japanese swords with experience in forging from ZDP-189 in the traditional way.
With more than 100 years knife making experience, Jikko are widely regarded as one of the finest knife makers in the city of Sakai.
Swedish made performance knives good enough for the King of Sweden, NATO forces and your kitchen.
The place to find one offs and seconds.
Magnetic Knife Racks
Don't hide your knife away in a box or a drawer - show it off with a magnetic wall mounted rack.
Ideal for those who want to give their blades a quick sharpen on a regular basis.
The perfect low cost option for protecting your blades.
A range of wooden protective cases for your knife blade.
Keep your knives in tip top condition with our different grades of sharpening stones.
Buying a kitchen knife - a crash course
Our guide to finding the best knife for you.
Styles of knife (that you will actually use)
Find out what the different knives do and what would suit you the best.
Caring for your knives
With a few easy care tips, your knife will last you a lifetime.
Don't know your VG10 from your Powder Steel? We're here to help!
A guide to steel hardness
All our knives are rated for how hard they are with what is called the Rockwell rating or measurement (aka HRC) of the steel.
How to hold a knife
A quick guide to handling and cutting with Japanese knives.
Tips & Tricks
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