A double-edged knife with the concept of a blade that was born from the flames of Sakai. The highest quality black knives that Takayuki Sakai is proud of, forged and sharpened with sharp Aoni steel. The deeply engraved flame stamp on the blade is also the belief and pride of the 600-year-old Sakai Uchihamono baked with the flame of Guren.
A full-scale Japanese kitchen knife resin pattern series with water resistance and durability that could not be realized with conventional wooden handles with the concept of more beautiful and clean. The blade is made of molybdenum special steel, which is resistant to rust, and the handle can be washed with detergent, etc., making it easy to clean.
The elegant and beautiful design realized in collaboration with Echizen Shikki has a lineup of 14 colors.
About The Company
About Aoki Hamono
As a luxury knife brand of Takayuki Sakai, TAKAYUKI, Kikutaka Sakai, to kitchen tool stores, Japanese and Western tableware stores, pottery stores, knife specialty stores, packaging material companies, food trading companies, department stores, trading companies and overseas knife sales companies. Sakai in the Edo rent prospered so brightly that it was touted as golden days.
Takayuki Sakai, who was born in the beautiful town of Sakai, was supported by everyone’s patronage and was able to receive strong support not only from Japan but also from customers in more than 20 countries around the world. They will continue to strive to make kitchen knives that will please their customers while gratitude and respect for the 600-year tradition of Sakai knives and the skills of their predecessors.
The characteristic of Sakai blades is that it is said to be a division of labor system, and blacksmiths and blade sharpeners spend their entire lives trying to master their respective jobs. By working hard with each other, high-quality kitchen knives that are unparalleled in other production areas are born. Sakai Uchihamono was designated as a traditional craft in 1982, and its quality is widely recognized not only in Japan but also in the world.
Cutlery born in Sakai has now crossed the sea and is now exported to more than 30 countries around the world, including Europe, the United States, China, South Korea, Australia, and Southeast Asia. They are confident that uncompromisingly forged and polished knives will attract many people across national borders and will continue to attract the attention of people all over the world.