April 23rd* Sukenari Custom Limited Edition ZDP-189 Damascus Knives (Carbon-Fiber Handle), *Mizuno Tanrenjo Custom Limited Edition Ao Hagane DX Suminagashi Wa Gyuto, *Sukenari ZDP-189 Clad Wa Gyuto "Bocote Wood Handle", *Fu-Rin-Ka-Zan Aogami Super Custom Damascus Series, March 16th * Sukenari ZDP-189 Nickel Damascus Wa Gyuto & Kiritsuke Knives, March 12th * JCK Natures Blue Clouds AUS-8 Basic Series March 5th *"Natural beauty" and "elegance, Hattori FH Series Gyuto (Olive Wood Handle Version) * Kanetsugu ZUIUN Series R-2 Damascus Bunka, Kiritsuke knivesShop The Collection
Here, we wanted to show you the most popular, best-selling knives from our huge product range. Truly, each one of the Knife Makers and Craftsmen has their own distinct knife making philosophy and knife characteristics. We deeply respect all of the knife makers and craftsmen that we work with and, of course, each one of our fine Japanese knives.Shop The Collection
After years of the collaborative work with the Knife Forums "In the Kitchen" members and the premier knife maker, Mr. Ichiro Hattori, we are proud to introduce our first JCK Original, FH Series High-end Chef's knives.Shop The Collection
Echizen Blacksmith, Takeshi Saji is the leading knife maker in Takefu city, another town of cutlery. Creating unique kitchen knives with ingenious ideas and traditional technology in overwhelming power.Shop The Collection
Our innovative KAGAYAKI CarboNext product range uses a next generation carbon tool steel that we call “CarboNext” . Our CarboNext blades allow you to enjoy all the usual advantages of traditional high carbon steels, but they offer the additional benefit of improved rust resistance.Shop The Collection
From my first glance of these beautiful knives, I knew they should be called "Gekko”, or月光, which means "Moonlight" in Japanese. From every angle, the Gekko knife reminded me of the way that the shape and light of the Moon changes each night.Shop The Collection
Feel the tradition and taste of Japan from the JCK Original “Fu-Rin-Ka-Zan” brand Japanese traditional style Wa-Bocho collection, produced by JCK with collaborative work with Japan’s top blacksmiths and master craftsmen. Blade is made of Japan’s premium steel "ZDP-189".Shop The Collection
Have you been looking for the perfect place to discover the ancient and beautiful art of handcrafted Japanese knives?
Perhaps you’ve heard about the amazing sharpness and unrivaled cutting performance that a knife from Japan offers,and you wondered where to get them without going all the way to the country.
Maybe a friend told you that once they started using Japanese cutlery they stopped using their regular knives… and you wanted to learn more?
Or, maybe you were out at your favorite sushi spot and the chef’s knife caught your eye, and as you watched him prepare the sushi, it looked super effective.
You’re in the right place.
Since 2003, we’ve supplied a large assortment of the best quality knives, and we’re able to sell them for lower than you can buy them for if you visited Japan yourself.
We’re proud to carry over 2000 different models of Japanese knives, all the major brands, and we also offer our own knife line which is known as JCK Original.
We’ve also got rare knives from actual master blacksmiths from Japan. Yes, we’re the real deal.
Our knives come direct from knife makers in and around Seki City, Takefu City, Sakai City, Sanjyo City Japan, which are widely known as the Japanese knife and cutlery capitals. The good news is that we can ship our knives to you quickly for only $7!
As you browse our online shop, you’ll realize that our knives are rooted in Japanese tradition with historical methods dating back to Samurai sword-making techniques from over 800 years ago.
This tradition is evident in the designs, handles, and blades you’ll see in the knives and cutlery on our site… but nothing compares to actually holding and using these amazing Japanese knives in your own kitchen.
But we’re not just a seller of Japan's finest cutlery, we also want to educate the world on how to sharpen Japanese blades, how to choose a Japanese knife, and teach about the history of the makers of various Japanese knives and blades.
One more thing, we know you’ll be happy with your purchase, so we’re proud to offer a satisfaction guarantee on any Japanese knife you purchase from us.
I hope you enjoy your time on our site, and I look forward to helping you decide on the perfect new centerpiece of your kitchen’s cutlery.