Japanese MCUSTA knives - Kitchen and Pocket
Japaneese MCUSTA Knives for the KITCHEN
The MCUSTA company was knowed by the pocket knives.
The MCUSTA cooking hochos have a blade with a core of high-quality VG-10 steel, often in addition with 32 layers Damas steel.
The slight handle made of laminated black Pakka Wood and Nickel-Silver gives a ligth apparence.
The blades of the hochos are marked MCUSTA, a Japanese ambiance!
Made in Japan
Japaneese MCUSTA Pocket Knives
The MCUSTA company is best known for the pocket knives but also for the kitchen knives.
Since the 13th century, the city of Seki is the center of the Japanese cutlery industry.
It is part of Japanese tradition to pass on the skills and techniques of the ancient sword smiths from generation to generation. Consequently, the specific knowledge was preserved over the centuries and constantly enhanced by modern technology.
The knives of the brand MCUSTA are manufactured in one of the leading knife manufacturers in Seki. They represent a synthesis of traditional Japanese craftsmanship and the latest cutting tool technology.
All knives are made by hand at the highest level of quality.
Made in Japan
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