Updated pandemic hours: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Saturday from 10am - 6pm. Customer Service hours are from 10am-6pm on Mondays to Fridays. The showroom is taking both store drop-off and mail in knife sharpenings. Please fill out the online sharpening form for all mail in sharpenings.
We are experiencing a 4 weeks delay kitchenware/tableware and knife ONLY orders are 3 days delay.
Knife Specialist Hotline: 646-951-7242 or email@example.com
About Masamoto Molybdenum The Masamoto Molybdenum line provides high-quality, affordable knives under the trustworthy name of Masamoto. These Western-style knives are a pragmatic choice, as they are made of softer steel than Masamoto’s VG knives, making them easier to sharpen and maintain. The addition of molybdenum also helps to improve edge retention and makes the blade stain- and rust-resistant. Equipped with a comfortable, durable composite wood handle. This steel achieves a harmonious balance between sharpness and brittleness. About Masamoto Minosuke Matsuzawa, the founder of the Masamoto Sohonten Company started making knives in 1866. It was his dream that his family would come to be remembered as knife craftsmen throughout the generations. Now, five generations later, Matsuzawa’s vision has been realized and professionally crafted Masamoto knives have become widely regarded as the finest knives made for professional use. Purpose of Yo-Deba The yo-deba is the Western style version of the traditional Japanese deba. It is a heavy-duty butcher knife used for cutting meat with minor bones, fish, and semi-frozen food. - As seen on Grub Street: 30 Knives & Techniques, May 204