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Japanese Knives

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The traditional Western knives have been made with the double bevel that symmetrically tapers to the slashing edge on both sides. The single bevel knives that taper only to a side (typically to the… Japanese Chef, Japanese House, Japanese Kitchen Knives, Traditional Kitchen, Knife Making, Blade, Hunting, Google, Llamas

Best 6 Japanese Knives in Blade Grind

The traditional Western knives have been made with the double bevel that symmetrically tapers to the slashing edge on both sides.

We have been making and taking orders on Japanese knives for a few years now. Based on the orders we’ve been getting below are the eight most popular Japanese knives and our guess on why they are popular…. Kitchen Knives, Kitchen Tools, Vegetable Chopper, Chef Knife, Japanese, Popular, Vegetables, Restaurant, Diy Kitchen Appliances

WHAT ARE THE "TOP 8 JAPANESE KNIVES?"

We have been making and taking orders on Japanese knives for a few years now. Based on the orders we’ve been getting below are the eight most popular Japanese knives and our guess on why they are popular…..

The Petty Knife is the perfect knife for intricate cuts of just about anything however it is most commonly used for chopping and slicing small fruit and veg. Japanese Chef, Chef Knife, Fruit And Veg, Knife Sets, Knives, Fruits And Veggies, Knife Making, Knifes

THE PETTY KNIFE

The Petty Knife is the perfect knife for intricate cuts of just about anything however it is most commonly used for chopping and slicing small fruit and veg.

Overview: Yanagiba (in Japanese meaning “willow blade”) is the most popular knife for slicing raw fish and fillets , also known as hobu-bocho (sashimi knife). Japanese Meaning, Japanese Chef, Knife Sets, Sashimi, Knives, Blade, Fish, Popular, Vegetables

YANAGIBA | SUSHI KNIFE

Overview: Yanagiba (in Japanese meaning “willow blade”) is the most popular knife for slicing raw fish and fillets , also known as hobu-bocho (sashimi knife).

The bunka knife (or bunka-bōcho) is a general purpose kitchen knife for meat, vegetables and fish. Japanese Meaning, Chefs, Japanese Chef, Damascus Blade, Wood Resin, Buy Kitchen, Chef Knife, Knife Sets, Kitchen Knives

THE BUNKA KNIFE OR BUNKA BOCHO KNIFE | PERFECT FOR DICING

The bunka knife (or bunka-bōcho) is a general purpose kitchen knife for meat, vegetables and fish.

The Deba Knife was one of the first high level Japanese blades made soon after the sword making industry moved to knife making (public holding of swords was banned so sword makers had to change what they did). Japanese Blades, Japanese Chef, Chef Knife, Knife Sets, Knife Making, High Level, Swords, Knives, Public

THE DEBA KNIFE

The Deba Knife was one of the first high level Japanese blades made soon after the sword making industry moved to knife making (public holding of swords was banned so sword makers had to change what they did).

Derek Lau talks about his experienced using KOI Japanese Knives. Derek Lau is a participant of MasterChef Australia. He has been a popular kitchen figure eve. Masterchef Australia, Koi, Knives, Japanese, Youtube, Japanese Language, Knife Making, Knifes, Youtubers

KOI Japanese Knives Review by Derek Lau Of MasterChef Australia

Derek Lau talks about his experienced using KOI Japanese Knives.

A Nakiri knife when translated literally means vegetable chopper. Na means vegetable and Kiri means chopper (Kiri is also my wifes name). - Vegetable Chopper - Ideas of Vegetable Chopper Vegetable Chopper, Vegetable Slicer, Japanese Chef, Wood Resin, Buy Kitchen, Chef Knife, Knife Sets, Knife Making, Kitchen Knives

WHAT IS A NAKIRI KNIFE?

A Nakiri knife, when translated, literally means "vegetable chopper." "Na" means "vegetable" and "Kiri" means chopper (Kiri is also my wifes name).

The Gyuto Knife translates as the “Cow Knife” and much like a cow it works daily as one of the broader utility knives in anyone’s collection. The Gyuto is the Japanese knife that comes close to the western “Chefs Knife. Japanese Chef, Japanese Kitchen, Vegetable Chopper, Knife Handles, Utility Knife, Chef Knife, Knife Sets, Knives, Cow

THE ANATOMY OF THE GYUTO KNIFE

The Gyuto Knife translates as the “Cow Knife” and much like a cow it works daily as one of the broader utility knives in anyone’s collection.

The JCK and JKD name and products have been getting famous in the market world. Needless to say, the products are very special for the Seki knife industry High Carbon Steel, Chef Knife, Kitchen Essentials, Knife Making, Kitchen Knives, Cutlery, Damascus, Gifts, Stilettos

The History of the Premium Hattori Knife

The JCK and JKD name and products have been getting famous in the market world. Needless to say, the products are very special for the Seki knife industry

The difference of Chukabocho and Kiritsuke. Know more about these 2 knives. Sword, Knives, Cabbage, Veggies, Japanese, Fish, Cooking, Design, Kitchen

The difference of Chukabocho and Kiritsuke

This Kiritsuke is the hybrid knife designed for working as the fish slicer and the veggie knife. Lean and long, it has the striking sword-like form with the sheepfoot tip, and this is one from those little multipurpose blades which are utilized in the Japanese cooking.

Koi Knives founders Ramon and Shannon is giving information about using Japanese knives and how they decide to offer it as a product. Japanese knives are sat. Koi, Knives, Japanese, Make It Yourself, Japanese Language, Knife Making, Knifes

Why buy Japanese knives in Australia?

Koi Knives founders Ramon and Shannon is giving information about using Japanese knives and how they decide to offer it as a product.