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Featured in Kitchn
Featured in Kitchn

October 21, 2021

Syosaku Japan got featured in Kitchn, a website inspiring cooks and nourishing homes through daily recipes, tips, kitchen design, and shopping guides.

The Syosaku Japanese Chef Knife was recently mentioned in their "7 Veggie Tools These Professional Chefs Use on Repeat During the Fall" article. 

"For vegetables, I use the Santoku Knife 18cm Damascus by Syosaku. The great thing is the thin blade’s weight is well-balanced with the handle of the knife. It cuts smoothly without burdening the ingredients — especially when chopping herbs and delicate greens, as it cuts without crushing them.”

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Featured in Apple Eats
Featured in Apple Eats

October 14, 2021

Syosaku Japan got featured in Apple Eats, a go-to website for restaurant reviews, food news, recipes, wines and events within the industry.

The Syosaku Japanese Chef Knife got featured in "Only 74 Shopping Days Left Till Christmas: Timely Gift Ideas For Food Lovers" article.

"Made by Syosaku, the blades are forged in Sakai, a Japanese port city with a centuries-long history of knife-making that dates back to the samurai era.

We test-drove the 9-inch chef’s knife, which he found to be light and easy to handle. The razor-sharp blade passed through a tomato effortlessly and was so precise that we managed to produce paper-thin slices of garlic."

 

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Featured in Hot Mess Housewife
Featured in Hot Mess Housewife

October 06, 2021

Syosaku Japan got featured by Hot Mess Housewife, a relatable blog to find new items, fun recipes, and other great reads.


The Syosaku Japanese Chef Knife got featured in the "2021 Gift Guide For The Home" article. 


"Whether you are a novice home cook or a professional chef, you will love this exceptional chef’s knife...It is such a well-built, strong, sturdy knife, that will be able to complete most of your cutting tasks with just one knife.


..This exquisite knife will be a great asset in any home. It would make awesome wedding and housewarming gifts."

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FEATURED IN THE KNOCKTURNAL
FEATURED IN THE KNOCKTURNAL

August 31, 2021

Syosaku Japan got featured by The Knockturnal, a go-to website for entertainment industry insiders. 

The article, "Syosaku Knives Are A Chef’s Best Friend" was published by Vinesh Vora.

"Overall, the Syosaku knife is one of our favorite knives to have as a chef.  The sharpness, hold, weight, and craftsmanship of this knife is unmatched.  A good chef’s knife is a staple in any kitchen and it is worth it to spend a little more to get a knife that will last for years and years to come..."

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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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