Kamikoto presents Steak Knives from steel near Keiyō region, Japan
The respected producer of Japanese Steel Knives has made its Steak Knives available through its website Kamikoto.com. A single 5-inch Steak Knife is available for $109, and a complete set of 4 Steak Knives can be purchased for $249.
Kamikoto, the renowned producer of Japanese steel knives found in a number of Michelin-starred kitchens around the world, is bringing forth its Japanese Steel Steak Knife offering. Kamikoto uses steel exclusively from select steel mills located on the Honshu island of Japan, and has specifically selected a high-corrosion resistant steel from the Keiy? region near Tokyo for its Steak Knives.
Non-serrated, razor sharp blade
Continuing Japanese tradition, the blade of the Kamikoto Steak Knife is non-serrated and sharpened into an 11° angle. Handcrafted through a process refined over generations, it cuts through steak without sawing. This way more capillaries of the meat remain intact, retaining more juices of the meat inside.
Masters of Tradition
Kamikoto Steak Knives are presented in a traditional, handcrafted ash wood box for safekeeping and storage. Each Steak Knife goes through an individual inspection by one of Kamikoto’s knifesmiths before leaving the workshop.
Features of the Kamikoto Steak Knives include: Double-bevel Ryoba ?? blade, sharpened into an 11° angle; Traditional Japanese non-serrated edge; Handcrafted from high-grade Japanese Honshusteel from the Keiy? region near Tokyo, Japan; Presented in a handcrafted ash wood box for safekeeping and storage; Each knife is individually inspected and every set comes with a Lifetime Guarantee and a Certificate of Authenticity
Living up to Kamikoto’s original values
While the world around us has moved to less exacting production techniques, Kamikoto remains true to its original values of craftsmanship and quality.
Kamikoto is a premium producer of Japanese steel knives, relying on traditional craftsmanship methods and using steel exclusively sourced from select and carefully chosen steel mills on the Honshu island in Japan. The company is notable not only for their commitment to traditional, immaculate handmade blade creation, but for serving a demanding clientele of executive chefs based out of restaurants in Asia, Europe and the United States.
Mr. Tsuyoshi Inagaki
Client Relationship Manager
Nakano Sunplaza, Sunplaza 9F 4–1–1
164–0001, Tokyo, Japan