You’ve been meaning to get a good set of kitchen knives. How do we know that?
Because we’ve all been meaning to get a good set of kitchen knives. Even if you’re a vicarious chef who does all your cooking in your imagination while watching Chopped, you know that there is no grace in the kitchen without a masterful knife.
The problem is, there are so many options — and knives are an investment. How do you know you’re making the right choice?
It’s all about quality craftsmanship, balance, and grip.
What checks all the boxes, without cluttering up your kitchen with unnecessary pieces? The Damasukasu Japanese 3-Piece Master Chef Hanshu Knife set.
These knives are a part of a Japanese tradition that goes back hundreds of years to Samurai sword-making. Damasukasu steelmakers spend more than 120 hours crafting each knife by hand. Strong but ultra-thin carbon-rich steel is the secret, plus nitrogen-cooling for maximum hardness and flexibility.
A limited number of sets are produced each year, and every single knife is crafted with meticulous attention to detail.
This set includes a 7-inch Nakiri vegetable knife, an 8.5-inch slicing knife and a 5-inch utility knife. With these three tools, you’re ready for anything in the kitchen: smashing garlic, dicing onions, slicing fruit, and carving meat quickly, efficiently and precisely.
These knives are a joy to use; you might even find yourself cooking more complex meals than ever before, empowered by their capabilities.
Transform your everyday cooking experience with this Damasukasu Japanese 3-Piece Master Chef Hanshu Knife set at a price that can’t be beat. Right now this elite set is 75 percent off, down from $300 to a mere $70. You’d be hard-pressed to find even one quality knife at that price, much less a trio of knives that answer all your food prep needs.
Damasukasu guarantees that each of its knives will deliver smooth, sharp, precision performance for 100 years. Talk about a cut above!
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