Nowadays, Japanese foods (和食 Wa-Shoku) are widely well known and popular among people in the world. Fine Japanese Kitchen Knives are very important tool for professional Japanese food chefs, however there are some other important tools to help prepare and embellish Japanese dishes.
Since we started to introduce Japan’s fine kitchen knives, we often have received inquiries for quality Moribashi.
These are our recommendation of Moribashi with Blackpakka wood handle.
Among professional Japanese food chefs, Moribashi is a necessary tool to dishing up Sashimi, vegetables etc. for visual art. You will often enjoy the beauty of decorative fine Japanese cuisine at Japanese restaurants. The Moribashi is helpful and the must-have tool as well as Japanese kitchen knives for all professional Japanese food chefs.
We hope you will enjoy fine Japanese knives for cooking your special Japanese foods and now quality Japanese Moribashi are also available for JCK Customers.
Moribashi 150mmmm (5.9")
Total Length: 290mm
Moribashi 180mm (7")
Total Length: 320mm
Moribashi 210mm (8.2")
Total Length: 350mm
I bought 150mmmm (5.9"). It's a great size for sashimi and toppings. Good balance and wight. Quality looks great. Its not so good on photo but believe me on hands it's look gorgeous. I just love them. They are my everyday working tools. I have mad a youtube video on my moribashi. Please visit the link below if you want to watch it. https://youtu.be/U2MqWo6DSsU
I love working with my moribashi. They lay well in your hand, good balance and the tops are rasor sharp. I couldnt think my Kitchen without them.
Great Quality with very speedy recovery.
Muy buenos chopsticks, muy buena calidad y buen servicio
Being Western getting to use these chopsticks for plating can be somewhat time-consuming and frustrating. However stick with it. When plating we tend to use tweezers, and they do the job effectively but with the Moribashi you actually have a greater reach and more control. It is the fineness behind this technique that controls the amount of micro herbs etc. being used and less is definitely more in these ‘minimal’ days. Also a prettier picture can be created instead of just the usual ‘pile’ of petals. But be warned practice makes perfect.