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You can cook more easily to use this Japanese kitchen knife ARITSUGU.

The first-class chefs in the world love ARITSUGU’s knives too.

Because they can cut any ingredients your own way without changing their tastes and shapes.

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This is our customer testimonial.

When I started working at this new restaurant, I was fortunate to receive one of these knives from the head chef.

Aritsugu knives are very popular and I found that they are easy to use and cut very well.

Obviously good for cutting fish used in traditional Japanese food, cutting meat, fruit, bread, bell peppers and vegetables, I’m able to maintain the full flavor of the ingredients with a beautiful presentation.

I’m so grateful that I received such a high quality knife from the head chef.

From the head chef’s encouragement, I will do my best!

From USA

ARITSUGU are made not only stainless steels and ceramics, but also steels.

The knives are made of Japanese swords technique for a long time, then they feature toughs and sharpness.

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Since the chefs use ARITSUGU, they can cut ingredients to bring out the flavor, have food imaginations more and widen their idea.

That is the reason why the chefs in the world love ARITSUGU.

Of course you can use it as a household kitchen knife.

The ARITSUGU had made Japanese swords for “Samurai” since 1560.

Their swords had very sharp edged, so they dedicated them to Japanese emperor.

ARITSUGU’s high technique has been inherited as Japanese kitchen knives for a long time.

If you are interested in our knives, please see here.

Thank you.

Japanese knife ARITSUGU

4-13-6 Tsukiji, Chuo-ku Tokyo, Japan
The hours of operation are from 6 3 p.m.
Sunday & national holidays are closed.

Japanese knife ARITSUGU

It is located in Tokyo Tsukiji fish market.
Subway Tokyo Metoro Hibiya line
It is 5 minutes’ walk from Tsukiji station 1 & 2 exit.


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