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Clearance Sale November

Clearance Sale <November>


November 1st - 30th 2019



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Grand Chef SP

Grand Chef Gyuto -Premium Model-

This is a high-grade knife designed for chefs. It is manufactured from imported Uddeholm’s special alloy steel from Sweden and resistant to rusting with a very low amount of impurities.

Handle : Ironwood


size240mm   Was$785.00
   $100 Off  
                  $685.00



Grand Chef Premium Model Slicer

Grand Chef Sujihiki -Premium Model-

This is a high-grade knife designed for chefs. It is manufactured from imported Uddeholm’s special alloy steel from Sweden and resistant to rusting with a very low amount of impurities.
Handle : Ironwood


size240mm   Was$750.00
   $150 Off  
                  $600.00



Sugihara Custom Yanagiba

Sashimi 240mm Yanagiba knife
lade: special molybdenum corrosion steel / Single edge (corrosion-resistant steel)
Handle: Desert ironwood
Accessory: scheide saya


size240mm   Was$750.00
   $130.00 Off  
                  $620.00



G Chef Petty

Grand Chef

Swedish Steel –Stainless Steel-
The Swedish Steel is an excellent quality , the best of stainless steel’s blade that performs extremely well, are easy to sharpen and holds a good edge.



size120mm   Was$165.00
   $30 Off  
                  $135.00

size150mm   Was$175.00
   $30 Off  
                  $145.00



Damascus 33`s

Damascus 33`s Layer  Santoku

Damascus refers to metal with a visible grain pattern or something with a texture. Folding and twisting while hammer forging controls the striped pattern.


size180mm   Was$265.00
   $55 Off  
                  $210.00


Damascus 33`s

Damascus 33`s Layer

Damascus refers to metal with a visible grain pattern or something with a texture. Folding and twisting while hammer forging controls the striped pattern.


size160mm   Was$245.00
   $45 Off  
                  $200.00






Damascus 33`s Layer  Gyuto

Damascus Gyuto

Damascus refers to metal with a visible grain pattern or something with a texture. Folding and twisting while hammer forging controls the striped pattern.


size180mm   Was$265.00
   $55 Off  
                  $210.00

size210mm   Was$285.00
   $55 Off  
                  $230.00

size240mm   Was$345.00
   $60 Off  
                  $285.00



Damascus 33`s Layer Slicer

Damas 33`s Slicer

Damascus refers to metal with a visible grain pattern or something with a texture. Folding and twisting while hammer forging controls the striped pattern.


240mm   $295.00
size240mm   Was$295.00
   $50 Off  
                  $245.00



Damascus 33`s Petty

Model Damascus 33`s Layer

Damascus refers to metal with a visible grain pattern or something with a texture. Folding and twisting while hammer forging controls the striped pattern.


size80mm   Was$140.00
   $40 Off  
                  $99.00



-Hagane-

Hagane

It is used for all kinds of ingredients to slicing, peeling, and cutting as Chef knife. The blade is not stainless steel but Japanese steel called "Hagane", so it is going to be rust, if we do not take care of the blade for a long time, however; it is much sharper than stainless steel and the blade of edge hold on last longer without sharpening the edge with whetstone.

size240mm   Was$175.00
   $20 Off  
                  $155.00

size270mm   Was$185.00
   $20 Off  
                  $165.00



TUS

TUS Sujihiki

TUS Steel are very light and well balanced, which makes them an ideal choice for long preparations as well as for those who have to do repetitive manual tasks often.  



240mm   $185.00
size240mm   Was$185.00
   $20 Off  
                  $165.00

size270mm   Was$195.00
   $20 Off  
                  $175.00




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Masamitsu Wa Santoku


While wrapped in stainless steel for ease of maintenance, the carbon core of the knife will discolor with normal use and could rust if abused.
Handles are oval shaped Shitan-wood.


size180mm   Was$265.00
   $50.00 Off  
                  $215.00



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Masamitsu Gyuto

While wrapped in stainless steel for ease of maintenance, the carbon core of the knife will discolor with normal use and could rust if abused.


size180mm   Was$260.00
   $50.00 Off  
                  $210.00



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Kikutora Gyuto

DCK is a regular chef’s knife. It’s comfortable and easy to handle. DCK use hi-quality by carbon. The wood-handles provide good grip. DCK is used many chefs in Japan.

size270mm   Was$278.00
   $50.00 Off  
                  $228.00



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Kikuhiro Gyuto

MCK is a regular chef’s knife. It’s comfortable and easy to handle. The blade is almost the same quality as the DCK. However MCK is lighter than the DCK. The handle is all black. It is generally for semipro and professional use. Simple is the best.


     

size270mm   Was$245.00
   $50.00 Off  
                  $195.00



Takohiki

Takohiki

The Takohiki is the fish-slicing knife like the Yanagi, but a style that hails from Japan’s Kanto region (Tokyo ). The main difference is the Takohiki’s squared head, which helps chefs deftly scoop up slices of Sashimi and arrange them on a plate. Like the Yanagi , the length of the Takohiki and the sharpness of its single bevel blade allow chefs to make one smooth pull to cleanly slice raw fish and seafood without bruising or producing rough surfaces.

Legend states that the Takohiki was created because the Sushi chefs of the Edo era were once reprimanded for pointing the sharp tip of their sword-like Yanagiba knives in the direction of one of their customers, who was of noble birth, and that consequently they modified their knifes with a squared-off tip. Interestingly, the tradition of not pointing your knife in the direction of your customers still persists in some of the older restaurants in present-day Tokyo, where the Takohiki is still favored above the Yanagiba.


size240mm   Was$315.00
   $30.00 Off  
                  $285.00

size270mm   Was$345.00
   $50.00 Off  
                  $295.00

  size300mm   $385.00

size300mm   Was$385.00
   $60.00 Off  
                  $325.00



Mukimono

Mukimono

The Mukimono Hōchō is small knife with a thin blade that is commonly used for the Japanese art of Mukimono (Creating decorative garnishes), and also Kazari-giri (“Decorative vegetable carving”). However, it is often used as a small general-purpose knife for peeling and cutting fruits and vegetables since it can perform these tasks well.

The Mukimono Hōchō has blade geometry similar to the Usuba, but it is ground much thinner and is smaller in size. Similar to the Kiritsuke, it also has a 'clipped point’ / ‘reverse tanto tip’ that is primarily intended for making the decorative cuts mentioned above, but it is also useful for any task which requires the precise cutting of soft ingredients.


size180mm   Was$210.00
   $30.00 Off  
                  $180.00



Inox Wa

Inox Santoku

Inox Steel are very light and well balanced, which makes them an ideal choice for long preparations as well as for those who have to do repetitive manual tasks often.  
Handle: Magnolia wood and buffalo-horn.


size180mm   Was$230.00
   $40.00 Off  
                  $190.00



TUS

TUS Santoku

TUS Steel are very light and well balanced, which makes them an ideal choice for long preparations as well as for those who have to do repetitive manual tasks often.  


size180mm   Was$168.00
   $40.00 Off  
                  $128.00



TUS

TUS Gyuto

TUS Steel are very light and well balanced, which makes them an ideal choice for long preparations as well as for those who have to do repetitive manual tasks often.  


size210mm   Was$165.00
   $40.00 Off  
                  $125.00




Musashi


SSPetty

2017 Model -SS Steel-



‟Musashi”is our brand. The special-grade PS steel used in making these blades. SS and PS steel is high-speed steels were originally developed for metalworking tools.It can withstand higher temperatures without losing its temper. It is a hard steel with a rough grain structure and not suitable for kitchen knives. To over come this, powdered high-speed steel (Ps and Ss steel) which is produced by completely different method called powder metallurgy, was developed. Its toughness, high wear resistance, long edge retention and its suitability for knives with finer grain structures. Classic Utility Knife is one of the most frequently used knives in the kitch.

size120mm   Was$120.00
   50% Off  
                  $60.00

size150mm   Was$135.00
   50% Off  
                  $65.00



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Suehiro Fine Stone #6000

#6000 Whetstone

Ceramic Stone is generally more abrasive and less forgiving than synthetic sharpening stones. They do not wear down as readily as standard synthetic stones and require only a small amount of water sprayed on the surface for sharpening, making them convenient for professionals in a busy kitchen.


Fine #6000 Grit

(M) 183x63x20mm   Was$ 85.00
   20% Off  
                  $68.00

(L) 206x73x23mm   Was$128.00
   10% Off  
                  $115.00


Suehiro Fine Stone #5000

#5000 Whetstone

Ceramic Stone is generally more abrasive and less forgiving than synthetic sharpening stones. They do not wear down as readily as standard synthetic stones and require only a small amount of water sprayed on the surface for sharpening, making them convenient for professionals in a busy kitchen.

Fine #5000 Grit

(L) 206x73x23mm   Was$$110.00
   10% Off  
                  $99.00


Suehiro Fine Stone #3000

#6000 Whetstone

Ceramic Stone is generally more abrasive and less forgiving than synthetic sharpening stones. They do not wear down as readily as standard synthetic stones and require only a small amount of water sprayed on the surface for sharpening, making them convenient for professionals in a busy kitchen.


Fine #3000 Grit

(M) 183x63x20mm   Was$ 60.00
   30% Off  
                  $42.00

(L) 206x73x23mm   Was$ 98.00
   20% Off  
                  $78.50



Shuehiro SKG-25 #1000/ #280

SKG-25 Whetstone

Ceramic Stone is generally more abrasive and less forgiving than synthetic sharpening stones. They do not wear down as readily as standard synthetic stones and require only a small amount of water sprayed on the surface for sharpening, making them convenient for professionals in a busy kitchen.


Two side: Medium #1000/Rough #280 Grit

183x63x27mm  Was$58.00
   $20.00 Off  
                  $38.00



1000  -Ceramic Stone-

Whetstone 1010

Ceramic Stone is generally more abrasive and less forgiving than synthetic sharpening stones. They do not wear down as readily as standard synthetic stones and require only a small amount of water sprayed on the surface for sharpening, making them convenient for professionals in a busy kitchen.
Medium stone is essential for establishing an edge and for bringing up the even burr necessary for sharpening.


Medium #1000 $80.00
Medium #1010  Was$80.00
   30% Off  
                  $58.00



1000 -Akamon Stone-

Whetstone 1000

Akamon has long been known for exceptionally high good quality stones, and these Traditional style stones are no exception. Akamon (1000 Grit) stone is a great beginner's stone. It is a medium grit sharpening stone. These are water stones and require soaking before use; the coarser the grit the more readily it will absorb the water.


Medium #1000  Was$45.00
   15% Off  
                  $38.00


3 Set -2 Stones + Stone Holder-
#6000s, SKG-25 #1000/ #280, Stone Holder
-Fine, Medium, Rough, Stone Holder-

3 set

Ceramic Stone is generally more abrasive and less forgiving than synthetic sharpening stones. They do not wear down as readily as standard synthetic stones and require only a small amount of water sprayed on the surface for sharpening, making them convenient for professionals in a busy kitchen.

This stone holder is a good and it`s easy to use.
These, stable base, specifically designed to hold Suehiro whetstone series. (These whetstone fit #3000 s, #6000 s, SKG-23, SKG-24 and SKG-25.) The holder allows you to use the sharpening stone vigorously and concentrate on the process without fear of movement or slippage.

Fine #6000 Grit

SKG-25: Medium #1000/Rough #280 Grit

Stone Holder

3 set   Was$159.00
   $40.00 Off  
                  $119.00



1000 -Akamon Stone-

Whetstone 1000

Akamon has long been known for exceptionally high good quality stones, and these Traditional style stones are no exception. Akamon (1000 Grit) stone is a great beginner's stone. It is a medium grit sharpening stone. These are water stones and require soaking before use; the coarser the grit the more readily it will absorb the water.


Medium #1000   Was$45.00
   20% Off  
                  $36.00




Arato / Rough -800-

Whetstone 300

Ceramic Stone is generally more abrasive and less forgiving than synthetic sharpening stones. They do not wear down as readily as standard synthetic stones and require only a small amount of water sprayed on the surface for sharpening, making them convenient for professionals in a busy kitchen.
This stone is 300 grit, and is mostly used on newly purchased knives that have not yet been sharpened. Arato(rough grain) is used adjust the angle of the edge and reform the shape.


Rough #300   Was$45.00
   20% Off  
                  $36.00




700  -Ceramic Stone-

Whetstone 700

Ceramic Stone is generally more abrasive and less forgiving than synthetic sharpening stones. They do not wear down as readily as standard synthetic stones and require only a small amount of water sprayed on the surface for sharpening, making them convenient for professionals in a busy kitchen.
Medium stone is essential for establishing an edge and for bringing up the even burr necessary for sharpening.


Medium #700   Was$70.00
   20% Off  
                  $56.00



1000  -Ceramic Stone-

Whetstone 1010

Ceramic Stone is generally more abrasive and less forgiving than synthetic sharpening stones. They do not wear down as readily as standard synthetic stones and require only a small amount of water sprayed on the surface for sharpening, making them convenient for professionals in a busy kitchen.
Medium stone is essential for establishing an edge and for bringing up the even burr necessary for sharpening.

Medium #1000   Was$80.00
   30% Off  
                  $56.00


Shuehiro CR-3800 #3000/ #1000

CR-3800 Whetstone

Ceramic Stone is generally more abrasive and less forgiving than synthetic sharpening stones. They do not wear down as readily as standard synthetic stones and require only a small amount of water sprayed on the surface for sharpening, making them convenient for professionals in a busy kitchen.

Two side: Fine #3000/Medium #1000 Grit

$117.00

183x63x28mm   Was$117.00
   $20.00 Off  
                  $95.00



Shuehiro CR-4800 #6000/ #1000

CR-4800 Whetstone

The Cerax stones are also super practical. This set has the 1000 Grit stone and 6000 Grit stone, back to back, in a protective box that also works as a holder while you sharpen. They are both 185mm long and 65mm wide, but the 1000 Grit stone is a bit thicker at 16mm than the 13mm 6000 Grit stone. The set also comes with a small Nagura stone for creating a slurry or for cleaning your stones. These are water stones, so you'll want to soak for 5-10 minutes before use, but let them thoroughly dry between uses.

CR-4800 Whetstone

Ceramic Stone is generally more abrasive and less forgiving than synthetic sharpening stones. They do not wear down as readily as standard synthetic stones and require only a small amount of water sprayed on the surface for sharpening, making them convenient for professionals in a busy kitchen.

Two side: Fine #6000/Medium #1000 Grit

183x63x28mm  Was$135.00
   $20.00 Off  
                  $115.00



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