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The Syosaku Japanese Chef Knife got featured in "Only 74 Shopping Days Left Till Christmas: Timely Gift Ideas For Food Lovers" article.
Syosaku's Gyuto/Chef knife is ready to use out of the box with ruthless sharpness. The skilled Japanese master artisans produced this from Sakai, Japan. You can cut, dice, slice, mince, and chop with one knife. You can cut meats, fish, vegetables, fruits, and more. The blade is the Premium Molybdenum Stainless Steel. The handle is full tang triple-riveted POM resin. They fused a hygienic 18-8 Stainless Steel bolster on the handle. The handle is then water-resistant and non-slip.
"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."
Only 74 Shopping Days Left Till Christmas: Timely Gift Ideas for Food Lovers *UPDATE*, Apple Eats
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Syosaku published a new press release about its continued partnership with De Gustibus Cooking School.
Syosaku continues its partnership with De Gustibus Cooking School, a culinary institution based in Macy's Herald Square in New York. A year after the partnership launched, Syosaku continues to be part of the recognized culinary school's sole provider of Japanese knives.
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