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Featured in City Guide
Featured in City Guide

January 07, 2022

City Guide Magazine, an online NYC visitor guide, featured Syosaku-Japan. This magazine continues to guide NYC visitors to sightseeing and tours. Broadway, museums, dining, and even restaurant reviews are also here. Believe it or not, it also includes shopping and more with coupons, a calendar of events, and many more.

 Syosaku's knives were featured by City Guide. The knives are in their article entitled "NYC Holiday Gift Guide."

The knives mentioned are two among Syosaku's Chef Knives. One of which has an INOX AUS-8A stainless steel blade. The blade of the second knife noted is Takefu VG-10 high carbon stainless steel (HRC 60-62). These blade steels give exceptional sharpness, edge retention, durability, and ease of sharpening.

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Featured in East End Taste
Featured in East End Taste

January 07, 2022

Syosaku-Japan got featured in East End Taste Magazine. This elevated digital food-focused lifestyle publication serves as a source for all things. It includes food and drink in the Hamptons and North Fork, and culinary-focused travel.

East End Taste Magazine featured Syosaku's knives and Urushi Glass Plates. The products are in their article entitled "Kitchen and Home Holiday Gift Guide."

Syosaku knives are being handcrafted in Sakai, Japan. The knives' master craftsmanship shines through in every single product. Syosaku also has Urushi Glass Plates. This is a traditional Japanese lacquer having 9,000 years of history. Unique transparent glass materials protect the Urushi lacquer using the newest Japanese technology. This is to avoid surface flaking and reduce the plate surface sensitivity.

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Featured in Daily Mom
Featured in Daily Mom

December 14, 2021

Daily Mom, a parent portal for women who are looking for information and education, has featured Syosaku-Japan.

Petty knives of Syosaku were mentioned in their recent article entitled "25 Home Chef Gifts To Cook Up Something Special For The Holidays"

"This knife will cut meal prep time in half and increase your efficiency with every dish you create. So go ahead and host the entire family at your home this holiday, knowing you have the Syosaku Japanese Petty Knife to make your meal preparation a breeze!"

 

25 Home Chef Gifts To Cook Up Something Special for the Holidays, Daily Mom

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Featured in Aubrey's Kitchen
Featured in Aubrey's Kitchen

December 14, 2021

Syosaku-Japan was featured in Aubrey's Kitchen, which gives dozens of recipes and resources focused on healthy eating, weight loss, and everyday fitness.

Syosaku's knives were mentioned in their recent article entitled "THE ULTIMATE HOLIDAY GIFT GUIDE FOR FOODIES, HOME COOKS AND COCKTAIL ENTHUSIASTS".

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Beef Ragu Recipe
Beef Ragu Recipe

Italian Beef Ragu: It is an Italian dish that's easy and packed full of flavor. This ground beef ragu is made using only a few simple ingredients.

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Urushi (Japanese lacquer) 101
Urushi (Japanese lacquer) 101

When you spell Japan with the uppercase letter “J”, it’s my country. When you spell japan with the lowercase letter “j”, it means Urushi. What is Urushi? The Urushi is a traditional Japanese natural resin lacquer. It is made from the sap of the lacquer tree (or urushi tree), which is a native to south-eastern Asia. They make [...]

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Gyuto vs Santoku, what’s the difference?
Gyuto vs Santoku, what’s the difference?

Gyuto and Santoku. Two of the most popular Japanese kitchen knives. What is the difference? I often have the question. Here are my answers.1. Gyuto vs Santoku, general rule: When discussing the difference, always do within the same maker and the same series. Otherwise, you end up with the discussion about other factors. Like steel [...]

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Gyuto
Gyuto

1. The origin of Gyuto:Gyuto knives are the Japanese version of the Western Chef’s knives. It's often called just "Gyuto". Let's learn all about one of the most popular Japanese kitchen knives.Gyuto “牛刀” in Japanese means “cow sword”. Because the origin of the Gyuto is swords, with which Japanese cows used to fight each other? [...]

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