You can depend on us when it comes to cutlery. In order to meet our customers' needs, we offer a wide selection of cutlery including kitchen knives, scissors, and carpentry and gardening tools.
For over 100 years, we have been handling Japanese cutlery, renowned worldwide for its excellent quality and artistic beauty.
We also offer a full-range of after-sales services such as knife sharpening and repair.
|Shop Name||KIKUHIDE Cutlery|
|Address||238-0008 view map
2-20 Odakicho, Yokosuka
|TEL/FAX||046-822-2480 / 046-822-2480|
|Opening Hours||10:00 - 19:00|
|Closed||The 2nd & 4th Wednesday of each month|
*Please use the toll parking lot pipo 320 in the basement of the park near Yokosuka City Hall. With a purchase of over 2,000 yen at designated shops, you can get a one hour-free parking voucher.
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We can sharpen a variety of blades for kitchen knives, scissors, as well as, carpentry and gardening tools like sickles and pruning shears.
If your knife can't slice through a tomato easily, then you need to get it sharpened. Please visit us to have it sharpened and you will be surprised by how well it cuts.
Japanese kitchen knives are popular souvenirs for their excellent cutting edge.
Japanese scissors have a unique shape. A long, narrow metal plate with the edges at both ends is bent into a horseshoe shape.
These scissors are very useful for cutting threads and other fine objects.
From left to right: sewing scissors, 3 kinds of floral scissors, pruning shears
Bottom: Japanese scissors
We have many kinds of other scissors as well.
Washoku (traditional Japanese cuisine) was added to UNESCO's Intangible Cultural Heritage List in 2013.
Japanese kitchen knives are icons in Japanese cuisine for preparing and extracting the flavors of various ingredients.
When preparing washoku at home, please try using Japanese kitchen knives.
These kitchen knives incorporate welding and forging techniques only used in Japan. The blade has its own distinct charm.
This 5-piece set is recommended for bonsai beginners.
From left to right: long handled bonsai shears, pruning shears, tweezers, wire cutters, bonsai pliers
Please feel free to ask us anything about cutlery.
We have foreign language tablets installed with English, Chinese, and Korean to help you communicate!
I had my kitchen knife sharpened at KIKUHIDE Cutlery. I was really surprised to find how well it cuts! With a sharp kitchen knife, now I am very happy when cooking.
I also bought a sickle at KIKUHIDE to cut weeds in my garden, which cuts well, too. I am sure that the quality of cutlery at KIKUHIDE is totally different from that in home improvement stores.