Welcome To Seisuke Knife

We are a team dedicated to curating authentic, handcrafted Japanese kitchen knives. At Seisuke Knife, a kitchen knife is more than just a tool to cut food - it's a piece of art that reflects the heart and soul of the craftsman who made it.

Getting Started

New to knives? Find the knife that fits your needs.

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A Cut Above

Expert level knives to complete your set.

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From The Masters

Rare knives by renowned blacksmith.

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Knife Styles

View each style of knife and what they do best.

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Steel Types

Learn about the various types of steel found in our knives.

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Craftsmen & Brands

Meet the makers behind the knives.

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Our Chefs

These culinary experts understand the necessity of having the right knife for the job. Take their advice and experience the difference for yourself.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Authentic Japanese kitchen knives are forged with traditional craftsmanship and made from quality steels. Not only are they sharper than other knives, but Japanese knives stay sharper for longer. Whether you are a professional chef, a casual home cook, or something in between, a good knife can make all the difference in the kitchen.

Stainless steels, as the name implies, are resistent to rust. This is due to the added metalurgic components. While often softer than true high carbon steels, this gives them extra durability & damage resistence.

High carbon steels are more pure forms of steel and can form rust easily. To avoid this, they should be regularly wiped dry during use. While more brittle than stainless steels, high carbon steels can hold a finer edge for longer time, and are often easier to sharpen.

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Whetstone Sharpening Tutorial

Get started with whetstone knife sharpening by checking out our video series.

Tamahagane: The Rarest Steel in Japan

Using ancient techniques, Japanese ironsand is made into supremely high-quality steel known as tamahagane for use in Japanese swords. How are these swords made? What exactly are the properties of...

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