If 7 days have gone by since your purchase, unfortunately we can’t offer you a refund or exchange. Just received this lovely present from my wife Yuka a Damascus 24 cm Sakai Jikko Chefs knife. Sakai knives are of high quality because there’re specialists in each manufacturing process. Let us guide you to choose the good knife to change your life. Of all the Damascus knives, this one is particularly beautiful. Hotels near Jikko Cutlery Sakai: (1.63 km) Daiwa Roynet Hotel Sakai Higashi (1.39 km) Hotel Agora Regency Sakai (0.86 km) Guest House Taiko Tataki no Yume (7.92 km) Funtoco Backpackers Namba (1.19 km) APA Hotel Sakai Ekimae; View all hotels near Jikko Cutlery Sakai on Tripadvisor There’s no doubt that this quality has been recognized by professionals. I love it and intend to build a set. Since then, the craftsmanship of the area has been passed down to the local blacksmiths, and to this day, a number of sharp-edged knives used by professional chefs have been produced. I was given a Damascus Santoku knife for my birthday, its very comfortable and versatile and definitely one of my everyday knives. Jikko is located in City of Sakai, Osaka where most high quality Japanese cutlery originated and its production is a major industry of the city. Just received my 3 Knife Set: Jikko Damascus Gyuto, Santoku, Petty and safe to say that is amazing quality and very well sharpen.Thanks heaps for your service and truly recommend. Since its establishment, Sakai Jikko has made the best kitchen knives while talking with chefs. We are very excited to give this knife as a gift to my fiance's best man. The profile of Akebono is made 100% to my specification; The Akebono is forged by a well-known master smith, Kenichi Shiraki who is most famous for his blue steel work; I consider the Akebono as an experimental line that is focused on the knife-nut community, and I will throw in many of my ideas here. Called Sakai-Uchihamono it’s said to have a 600 year tradition, dating back to the 5th century. / per. The market share of knives in Sakai is small at about 7% in Japan, but the market share of knives used by Japanese professional chefs is more than 90%. To make a beautiful dish, a kitchen knife needs an overwhelming sharpness. I would definitely shop here again. Established in 1901, Sakai Jikko has more than 100 years of technology of Japanese knife making. And now they’re being exported across the ocean to over 100 countries around the world. I just purchased a Sakai Jikko"Mille Feuille" Santoku Knife Damascus with hammered finish. Notify me when this product is available: 1: Sakai Jikko "Sujihiki" Slicer/Carving Knife Damascus with hammered finish (24cm) $212.30.
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