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Staying modest and out of the spotlight, Mr. Kawamura produces his knives in small quantities in Sakai in Japan. He has been working to perfect his artform for over 40 years, and his kitchen knives sharpness rival the performance of the major brands, without the price tag.
He prefers to utilise a core (cutting edge) of Shirogami or “White Steel”, sandwiched between 2 layers of stainless steel, which is then hammered to produce a beautifully unique finish. The knives are finished with an octagon walnut and ebony handle, and are light, durable, and a great addition to any kitchen.