Japanese Knife Sharpening releases "The Art of Knife Sharpening" 2-disc DVD set.   

  

 

 

Japanese Knife Sharpening Service

  

 

It is a fact, that one bad sharpening job will turn your expensive Japanese knife into a butter knife or worse. We have seen a great number of damaged Japanese knives that were sharpened on grinding machines and left nearly ruined as a result.

Most professional knife sharpeners are charging a premium for sharpening these knives. Why? It's simple - because they can. They know that these knives take more time and skill to sharpen and they know that the user understands this. They take advantage of the situation while not offering anything "premium" beyond their pricing.

Do not make the mistake of allowing a sharpener to work on your Japanese knives unless they confirm that the work is done by hand on waterstones - not a belt grinder. You need to find a service that will sharpen by hand using expensive Japanese waterstones.

We, at "Japanese Knife Sharpening", do charge more for sharpening these knives but we offer a great deal in return. We offer a highly refined "hand" sharpening procedure that utilizes between 6 - 10 different waterstones. The resultant edge is strong, highly polished/refined, and is nothing short of "High Performance". It's the best possible edge that can be attained through any sharpening method. It is the edge that your fine Japanese knives deserve.

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 If you find the maker of your knives on the list below then they are special Japanese knives and need to be sharpened as such....

Ashi Hamono, Akifusa, Al Mar, Aritsugu, Artisan, Asai, Blazen, Brieto, Bu-Rei-Zen, Carbonext, Carter, Dojo, Fujijiro, Fujitora, Fujiwara, Glestain, Global, Hattori, Heiji,  Hiromoto, Hirotomo, Hokiyama, Hon Kasumi, Ichimonji, Ikeda, Inazuma, Ino, Inotada, Ishido, Itou, Ittosai, Kai, Kamata, Kanetsugu, Kansui, Kasumi, Katsuhiro, Kenma, Kikuichi, Kiya, Kobayashi, Kogetsu, Konosuke, Konosuke Sakai, Korin, Kumagoro, Kumidori, MAC, Magotsugu, Mamiya, Masamoto, Masanobu, Minamoto, Misono, Miyabi (Henckels Japan), Mizuno, Monzaburo, Moritaka, Nenohi, Nenox, Oishi, Ryusen, Sakai, Takamura, Takayuki, Sakai Kikumori, Sakon, Seikon Dojo, Seki Magoroku, Sekizo, Shigefusa, Shigeki, Shiki, Shimatani, Shun (Kershaw), Sugimoto, Suien, Suisin, Tadafusa, Tadatsuna, Takagi, Takahashi, Takahisa, Takeda, Tanaka, Tanegashima, Togiharu, Tojiro, Tokifusa, Tosa, Watanabe, Yokayama, Yoshihiro, Yoshikane, & Zakuri

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