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  As everyone knows about there were Samurai (BUSHI) in Japanese history.  There were also Japanese Sword Smith who made Japanese Sword that is Samurai's main weapon and symbol. According to history, about 700 years ago, the master Sword Smith Motoshige chose Seki (Now it is one of biggest knife capital in this world.) and moved to Seki for making Swords. Main reason to choose Seki was Seki had a lots of natural materials for making swords. During Muromachi Era (1338-1573) there were over 300 SwordSmiths working in Seki. Throughout Japan, the highest quality of swords were recognized as having originating in Seki.People called "SEKI-DEN"  "ŠΦ“`hin Japanese.  

   Now generation in Seki City Japan, still the technique and way of making Japanese Swords are handing over for cutlery industry. And Seki Knife industry has been well known as knife capital in this world. Sword Smith "Fujiwara Kanefusa" is one of a few Sword Smiths who exists in this generation. They have been making real Japanese Swords with over 700 years traditional technique. The scene of their sword making are very interesting. We can see their works during Seki Knife Festival (middle of October). I hope this traditional technique and Soul last for future. 

FKM Series
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Blade Material Molybdenum Vanadium Stainless Steel
Blade Kinds  Petty, Santoku, Honesuki, Deba, Gyuto, Sujihiki,Western Deba
 Edge Shape Double Bevel Edge 70/30 
HRC  57 to 58 

FKS Series
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Blade Material Molybdenum Vanadium Stainless Steel
Blade Kinds  Petty, Santoku, Gyuto, Sujihiki,
 Edge Shape Double Bevel Edge 70/30 
HRC  57 to 58 

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FKH Series

Blade Material  High Carbon Steel
Blade Kinds  Petty, Santoku, Gyuto,
Sujihiki
 Edge Shape Double Bevel Edge 70/30 
HRC  58 to 59 


FKJ Series

Blade Material White Steel No.2
Blade Kinds  Wa Santoku, Nakiri
 Edge Shape Double Bevel Edge 50/50 
HRC 

 

 
 
 
 
 
 

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