Syosaku offers budget-friendly knive for any kitchen

Market Bound: Syosaku Offers Budget Friendly Knives For Any Kitchen

The most affordable kitchen knives from Syosaku include the Premium Molybdenum and Molybdenum-Vanadium Knife Series.

Authentic Japanese knives are known for their razor sharpness and unparalleled quality. Alongside with a world-class caliber is a price not economical to many. Syosaku-Japan has two knife series that are inexpensive. Their prices don't mean they compromise the trademark of a genuine Japanese knife. These are the Gyuto knives with premium molybdenum and molybdenum-vanadium stainless steels.

A Gyuto knife is a versatile knife that can handle a variety of cutting tasks in the kitchen. It is the Japanese version of the classic Western chef's knife. Gyuto knife is thinner, lighter, and sharper than its counterpart. A Gyuto knife can be used to chop, slice, mince, and dice boneless meat, fish, vegetables, fruits, and herbs. The blade of a Syosaku Gyuto knife is between 180mm and 240mm long. This knife has a slight curve from the middle to the pointed tip. The flat heel of the blade is suitable for tap-chopping or thrust-cutting. The curved edge is ideal for rock-chopping or pull-cutting. The pointed tip can also be used for precision cuts or working in tight spaces. A Gyuto knife is a true all-rounder in the kitchen and a must-have for any chef or home cook.

Syosaku’s Gyuto knife series with premium molybdenum and molybdenum-vanadium stainless steels with Rockwell hardness of 55-57. The molybdenum metal increases corrosion resistance and high-temperature strength. Molybdenum-vanadium stainless steel is a type of steel that contains chromium, nickel, molybdenum, and vanadium alloying elements. Molybdenum and vanadium improve the hardness and strength of steel. These metals also enhance the wear resistance and toughness of the steel. The steel needs these improvements, especially for high temperatures during quenching and tempering. This steel has good edge retention and corrosion resistance. Their handles are triple riveted POM resin with hygienic 18-8 stainless steel bolster. It is water-resistant and non-slip. Both knives also are double-edged making them suitable for right-handed and left-handed individuals.

The above-mentioned knives series are not so expensive. Their prices range from $54.99 - $104.99 (USD). Their prices are very different compared to other handmade Japanese knives. Yet, these knives are working effectively in daily kitchen tasks.

Some advantages of using authentic Japanese kitchen knives:

● They can cut through different types of food with ease and precision. Thus, they can reduce the risk of injury and waste.
● They can save time and energy by making the cooking process faster and more efficient.
● They can enhance the flavor and appearance of the dishes. It is through the creation of uniform and attractive slices or pieces.
● They can last longer and perform better than dull or low-quality knives. It is when they are well-maintained and stored.

"Owning legit Japanese kitchen knives nowadays is costly. We want to give equal opportunities to all individuals aiming to have one for themselves. We continue to distribute genuine knives that will do most of the kitchen jobs at a reasonable price."

Toshi Sekiya, Owner - Syosaku-Japan

About Syosaku-Japan:

Syosaku-Japan sells ready-to-purchase Japanese kitchen knives and Urushi glass plates. Syosaku offers Japanese kitchen knife engraving. They can also fulfill custom orders of plates featuring any size, shape, or design desired. Syosaku’s Aficionados and Ambassadors spread the company's motto, "We don't make products. We make a piece of art", worldwide. Because of them, it’s now more than a statement. These credible people have revived the products that Syosaku once envisioned. A revived product, it is an art.


"This is a 7-inch Molybdenum Vanadium Clad Stainless Steel, super sharp and dishwasher safe. Perfect size for a lot of my kitchen work! Note: do not cut into bone with Japanese kitchen knives! I turned these ribs over to see where to cut. The knife worked perfectly."

Gil Asakawa, Syosaku Brand Ambassador

"While this type of handle design is not usually something I would gravitate towards, the blade is impressively sharp and durable. It’s very light weight and I will be using this knife primarily for when traveling to cook."

Isabel Lederman, Syosaku Brand Ambassador

"Love using this Gyuto from Syosaku-Japan. With an easy to maintain 180mm Molybdenum-Vanadium stainless steel blade and the well balanced feel it has in the hand whilst using it, makes it a go to knife for a lot of my cooking.

The knife feels very well balanced in the hand and is a pleasure to use. It makes chopping and slicing things (not fingers 😊) very easy. Straight out of the box it is amazingly sharp as always with Syosaku knives."

Jonathan Brazier, Syosaku Brand Ambassador

"If you are serious about cooking get serious about your knives and buy a Syosaku knife, they are the best knives I own. They stay sharp to give you great results."

Chef Kevin Ashton, Syosaku Brand Aficionado

"I sliced watermelon with a 8.3-inch Premium Molybdenum Stainless Steel Gyuto Chef Knife with great weight and balance. It's super sharp and elevates cooking from a chore to a pleasure. It handles other vegetables well with perfect balance, and of course is crazy sharp".

Gil Asakawa, Syosaku Brand Ambassador

"I'm delighted to have received a superb knife from Syosaku-Japan. It is a Gyuto knife with super sharp stainless steel blade. It has a 210mm premium Molybdenum stainless steel blade. Straight out of the box it is amazingly sharp as always with Syosaku knives."

Jonathan Brazier, Syosaku Brand Aficionado

"If you are serious about your food then get serious about the knives you use!

Today I was preparing a fresh whole salmon for tomorrow so I used my Syosaku 240mm Gyuto knife for the job. It's made from Premium Molybdenum Stainless Steel and its razor sharp! It's well balanced and very comfortable to hold even if its a long day. I recommend them!"

Chef Kevin Ashton, Syosaku Brand Aficionado

"This knife has a nice weight and balance to it and the blade is very sharp. After chopping up vegetables to test out, I know I’ll be using this knife often. I’m really pleased to have it in my collection."

Isabel Lederman, Syosaku Brand Ambassador