Damascus kitchen knife

$ 250.00$ 150.00
Kiritsuke Kitchen Knife

$ 310.00$ 186.00
Butcher Knife

$ 210.00$ 126.00
Damascus Chef Knife

$ 170.00$ 102.00
Nakiri Knife

$ 170.00$ 102.00
Sashimi Knife

$ 180.00$ 108.00

High quality kitchen knives are a must-have for making your kitchen chores easier. Get ready to dive into the incredible world of the best kitchen knives at Yakushi Knives!

Even if you already have a few knives in your kitchen, you must check out and shop for the best kitchen knife set available at our online store. From filleting to rough chopping and from dicing and slicing to everything that you need to cut through in your kitchens, we have the...... Read More


  • What are the different types of kitchen knives and their uses?

    Counting on good kitchen knives, there are endless possibilities available in the market. The common ones are:

    >> Chefs knife: the multipurpose knife used for chopping, slicing, dicing, and many other functions.

    >> Paring knife: the miniature one utilized for peeling or slicing small fruits and vegs.

    >> Bread knife: A knife that does not crush the bread when gliding through them.

    >> Utility knife: Another versatile addition that fulfills various purposes including meat slicing, sandwich cutting, veg chopping, and others.

    >> Slicing knife: With a long and narrow design, the knife is used for slicing cooked meat.

    >> Cleaver knife: This rectangularly-shaped knife is used for heavy chopping including cutting bones, poultry, and others.

    >> Boning knife: A knife useful for picking out the bones from the meat.

    >> Fillet knife: This long knife is used for filleting and skinning the fish.

    >> Tomato knife: Utilized for chopping and slicing soft fruits and vegs.

  • What is the difference between a Japanese knife and a Western knife?

    Here is how a Japanese knife differs from a Western knife

    >> Japanese knife blades are thinner, lighter, and sharper than Western ones.

    >> Wooden material is composed of Japanese knife handles whereas Western handles are made using materials like plastic or composite materials.

    >> Japanese knives are made of harder steel than Western ones.

  • What is the best material for a kitchen knife blade?

    One material cannot be determined as superior to others as every element of metal has its own significance and purpose. For instance, high-carbon steel is known for its durability and sharpness whereas Damascus steel has the forte of visual appeal as well as excellent edge retention.

  • How often should I sharpen my kitchen knives?

    The frequency of sharpening is directly proportional to the use of the knives. However, a regularly used knife should be sharpened every 2-3 months.

  • How do I properly care for my kitchen knives?

    You can care for your knives by cleaning them after every use, storing in suitable covers or holders, oiling them regularly, and sharpening them once in a while.

  • Can I put my kitchen knives in the dishwasher?

    It is not recommended to wash the knives in a dishwasher due to the reasons listed below:

    1. Risk of damage to the knife’s blade.

    2. The dishwasher may undergo structural damage or scratches from the sharp edges.

    3. If washed with other dishes, there is a probability of damage to the utensils.

  • What is the best way to store my kitchen knives?

    You can store your knives safely in one of our knife holders and bags. Explore and buy our safe knife storage products such as Yakushi’s Mounted knife holders, knife roll bags, and premium knife holders.