Shinji Fujishita Santoku 165mm Kurouchi Aogami #2


Shinji Fujishita Kurouchi Santoku are made in Echizen city are called Echizen Uchi(Forging) Hamono(Cutlery). The art of making Japanese kitchen knives has a history of about 700 years. Echizen Uchi Hamono is designated as “Traditional Crafts” by the Minister for Economy, Trade and Industry. These knives are forged by blacksmiths, those knives are harder to be chipped and the sharpness continues longer.   Mr. Shinji Fujishita is a great master craftsman in Echizen city. He won “Medal with Yellow Ribbon” of the Japanese government as Great Craftsmen in the present world. A blacksmith in Echizen city says that his forging is incredible skills. Actually it is very difficult to forge blades to the shape that oneself expects.

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