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Synthetic Whetstone


Suehiro Fine Stone #10000

#10000 Whetstone

#10000 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 #10000 Grit


(L) 206x73x23mm $375.00



Suehiro Fine Stone #8000

#8000 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 #8000 Grit

(L) 206x73x23mm $189.00



Suehiro Fine Stone #6000

#6000 Whetstone

#6000 M 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 $ 85.00
(L) 206x73x23mm $127.00



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 $110.00


Suehiro Fine Stone #3000

#3000 Whetstone

#3000 M 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 $ 60.00
(L) 206x73x23mm $ 98.00



Shuehiro SKG-38・27 #3000/#1000

SKG-38/27 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

SKG-38 130x40x27mm $28.00
SKG-27 150x50x27mm $36.00





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 $58.00



Shuehiro SKG-24 #3000/ #1000

SKG-24 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

183x63x27mm $68.00


Stone Holder

SKG-26 Stone Holder

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.



215x74x30mm $16.00



Shuehiro CR-1800 #800/ #400

CR-1800 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 #800/Rough #400 Grit

183x63x28mm $85.00



Shuehiro CR-2800 #1500/ #280

CR-2800 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 #1500/Rough #280 Grit

183x63x28mm $89.00





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

183x63x28mm $117.00



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 $135.00



Suehiro Fixing Stone

Fixing Whetstone

A 80 grit Aluminium Carbide flattening stone with a flat of surface for extra abrasion and a channel for excess water to run off. This is a must with any stone to maintain its profile and efficiency.

(S) 130x50x25mm $25.00
(M) 205x50x25mm $35.00




Suehiro Fixing Stone B005

Fixing Whetstone 2

A 80 grit Aluminum Carbide flattening stone with a grooved surface for extra abrasion and a channel for excess water to run off. This is a must with any stone to maintain its profile and efficiency.

(M)150x50x27mm $39.00



Suehiro Fixing Stone B006

Fixing Whetstone 2

A 200 grit Aluminum Carbide flattening stone with a grooved surface for extra abrasion and a channel for excess water to run off. This is a must with any stone to maintain its profile and efficiency.

(M)150x50x27mm $49.00




PWA Fixing Stone

Fixing Whetstone PWA

A 200 grit Aluminium Carbide flattening stone with a grooved surface for extra abrasion and a channel for excess water to run off. This is a must with any stone to maintain its profile and efficiency.

(M) 205x50x25mm $43.00




Keshigomu Toishi

Keshigomu

This Rust Eraser nicely cleans and buffs away scratches & light surface rust on metal surfaces and more.400 grit abrasive is suspended in a slightly "springy" rubber matrix, making it perfect for cleaning up slight imperfections on both curved and flat surfaces. The 400 grit Rust Eraser is very quick to remove rust and scratches and provides a clean looking satin finish. To clean up a surface faster, use the 180 grit.

(F)  65x40x9mm $16.00
(M)   65x40x9mm $16.00



Arato / Rough SKG 23

Whetstone 220

Arato ranges from 80 to 600 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.



185x65x20mm #220 $35.00



Arato / Rough

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 220 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.



#220 $45.00



400  -Ceramic Stone-

Whetstone 400

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 #400 $68.00



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 $70.00


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



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 $45.00



Rough 300 / Medium 1000 -Diamond Stone-

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Diamond Stone is a steel plate sometimes with a plastic or resin base. The whetstone is coated with diamond grit, an abrasive that will grind metal. It may have a series of holes cut in it that capture the swarf cast off as grinding takes place. Diamond stone can serve two purposes: they can be used as a stand-alone alternative to stones for sharpening steel edge tools; and they can also be used for maintaining the flatness of man-made whetstone, which can become grooved or hollowed in use. Flattening deformed whetstone is considered essential to the sharpening process. Diamond stone can be used to flatten these stones and are considered an alternative to more traditional methods.

Not for the novice knife sharpener, this double-sided diamond sharpening stone makes quick, efficient work of knife sharpening with its incredibly abrasive, hard surface. A great tool for quickly creating a new sharp edge on your knife, use this stone with a few soft strokes being careful not to over-sharpen. A great gift for an experienced chef and an excellent second sharpening stone (after a water stone)


Two Side 300/1000  $250.00

Carver`s Slipstone

Carver's Slipstone

Carver's Slipstone - 280 Grit

Carver's Slipstone - 1000 Grit

Carver's Slipstone - 3000 Grit

These paired waterstone sets include a standard slipstone and a fluted block for working outside bevels. Five flutes offer radii of 2.5mm, 6mm, 9mm, 12mm & V edges.

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98x65x20mm 280 Grit $30.00

98x65x20mm 1000 Grit $35.00

98x65x20mm 3000 Grit $45.00


Sculptor’s Whet Stone - How to use them

These stones can be used to sharpen most sculptor's tools. The large concave stones sharpen the outside edges; the small convex stones sharpen inside edges. The illustration at the upper left shows how a stone is used. Sharpening motion is elliptical, i.e., back-and-forth and side-to-side simultaneously. Using the stone in this manner has the advantage that much larger tools may be sharpened than the size of the groove indicates.

Carver`s Slipstone

Because Japanese stones are soft, their shapes may be changed using 80 - 120 grit wet-or-dry sandpaper. This is especially useful if you wish to use the convex stones to sharpen the inside of a V-tool, for example, and the stone does not have the proper shape. You only need to pass the stone over a piece of wet-or-dry sandpaper mounted on a flat work surface (i.e., glass, MDO, saw table, etc.) to achieve the desired shape.

Carver`s Slipstone

If you wish to shape the stone for a specific tool, wrap wet-or-dry sandpaper around a dowel the approximate radius of the tool, and enlarge the groove to fit.

Backs of concave stones can also be used to sharpen chisels.


Cone Shaped Waterstone

Carver`s Slipstone

Sculptor’s Whet Stone - How to use them

Cones shaped slipstones are used for sharpening the inside of larger-sized gouges. For carvers, these stones are a great complement to our smaller carving slips. For cabinetmakers, these slips are probably the only special stones you will need to hone the few straight gouges that are occasionally used in the course of regular casework. You will find that with the larger radius, it is easier to evenly hone the bevel. The stones are about 6" long and 2" wide at the big end, and 1/2" wide at the narrow end. The generous size also makes them easy to hold.

Carver`s Slipstone

These stones can be used to sharpen most sculptor's tools. The large concave stones sharpen the outside edges; the small convex stones sharpen inside edges. The illustration at the upper left shows how a stone is used. Sharpening motion is elliptical, i.e., back-and-forth and side-to-side simultaneously. Using the stone in this manner has the advantage that much larger tools may be sharpened than the size of the groove indicates.

Carver`s Slipstone


 300 Grit $36.00

1000 Grit $42.00

4000 Grit $48.00

Carver`s Slipstone


Natural Whetstone

Natural Whetstone are still found in Japan, especially in Kyoto and Kumamoto prefectures, their increasing rarity has made them expensive – from $150 to $2000 for a single stone. These days, they are mainly used for polishing traditional Japanese swords “Katana”; most people use synthetic whetstone – usually aluminum or silicon carbide – for maintaining cooking knives. These are inexpensive and more readily available than natural whetstone, in additional to being easier to use.

$150.00
$185.00
$350.00
$450.00
$550.00



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Tsubaki Oil


Camellia Oil has been used for centuries to prevent Samurai swords from rusting, and this Japanese-made blend is the most effective oil for the protection and care of your knives, axes, tools or firearms. Apply just a small amount to keep them free of rust or corrosion.

20ml   $12.00
30ml   $18.00
50ml   $25.00




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