Reviving the Japanese Cooking Knife

A project in Osaka, Japan by Ajikitcho

Cancelled by Creator

A Project to Resurrect the Traditional Japanese Knives Left by a Michelin-starred Chef Father
Backers: 26
Average Pledge Per Backer: ¥54889

Funded: ¥1,427,109 of ¥1,500,000
Dates: Apr 30th -> Jun 14th (45 days)
Project By: Ajikitcho
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Latest News

With 44 hours remaining, our challenge is coming to an end.

June 12th - via:
With 44 hours remaining, our challenge is coming to an end. We say thank you to all those who supported us today.Thank you so much. If we reach our goal in 40 hours, we will be happy. In that case, don't worry, we'll still give away cutting boards to... (Read More)

Important Messages〈Apologies to all supporters〉

June 11th - via:
We have a report from us to all our current supporters. With 48 hours remaining, our project has not yet reached its goal. Most likely, if we do not, we will not reach it and the project will fail. The reason is that we have not been able to... (Read More)

Please support us a little more!

June 10th - via:
Thank you so much for your support, supporters. The challenge will end in three days. Unfortunately, we have not reached our goal yet. If there are any supporters who would be willing to purchase one more bottle as an add-on, I would be happy to do... (Read More)

Easy to cut any kind of food!

June 8th - via:
We have 5 days left until the end of our challenge,We are short about $500 more for product development. At this rate, unfortunately, we will not be able to send our products to everyone who has supported us. We will not give up until the last day,... (Read More)

The sharpness of Japanese knives is amazing!

June 7th - via:
Hello!This update is an introductory message for a Japanese knife project I am producing. These knives are light, thin, and easy to use.Because these knives are used by real Japanese chefs. Would you like to use a professional knife too? Very rare,... (Read More)

Demonstration of MUKIMONO knife

June 4th - via:
To everyone who supports this project Today we are demonstrating MUKIMONO knives. This small, palm-sized knife is suitable for peeling vegetables and fruits. The blade is thin and sharp, allowing you to relax and enjoy cooking without exerting much... (Read More)

Dear Supporters!

May 29th - via:
Dear Supporters Please be careful in handling the knives of Ajikikicho, as they are very sharp. This knife has a non-slip wooden handle. Therefore, it can be used safely. Please try to hold it!  (Read More)

The sharpness of the knife revived!

May 27th - via:
Dear Supporters Today I tried to test the sharpness of my knife.Look especially closely at the cross section of a vegetable!Isn't the cross-section of an onion beautiful? Japanese knives exert their maximum strength by pulling toward you.Japanese... (Read More)

Left-handed Japanese knives, can be made!

May 13th - via:
Can this knife be used by a lefty? I received this question yesterday from several of my supporters. After consulting with the knifemaker, it was decided that they can be prepared, so I am adding a new reword. The production time and cost will be... (Read More)

Product Specifications

May 6th - via:
We will answer a few questions that we have received. 【Blade length】 ・Mukimono…105mm(4 in.) ・Kiritsuke-santoku…150mm(6 in.) ・Yanagi…270mm(10 in.) ・Takohiki…330mm(13 in.) Blade Material…白紙Hakushi(carbon steel)... (Read More)

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