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"In a memorable scene from “Kill Bill,” Samurai sword maker Hattori Hanzo remarks on the sharpness of his blades, “I can tell you with no ego. If on your journey, you should encounter God, God will be cut.”
If you’d like to give Dad the gift of Japanese steel for his special day, consider a kitchen knife or collection from Syosaku, which has been forging knives since the Samurai era.
All of Syosaku’s knives are hand-forged by master artisans in the port city of Sakai. The 8.3-inch chef’s knife (shown below) is forged from premium molybdenum stainless steel and sells for $89.99."
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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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