Indigo Japanese Knife / New Santoku

  • Indigo Japanese Knife / New Santoku

Indigo Japanese Knife / New Santoku


Japanese Santoku Knife with indigo dye wood handle.

Type: Santoku Knife
Seel : VG10 Damascus steel (rust resistant), Double-edged (both-handed)
Blade length: 18cm
Handle : Hiba wood with indigo dye and waterproof coating. 

This item is takes about 3 - 4 weeks for production time as it's semi order-made knife by craftsman in Osaka, Japan


What is Santoku Knife :

Santoku knives are widely used for daily cooking for Japanese households.
It can be used for cutting meat, fish, and vegetables, which is for multifunctional. 
Recommend to choose for the first time or buying as second one.

About steel :

Damascus steel known as a very hard steel. Although it is not stainless steel, and popular material that does not easily rust and has long time use. 

What is Ai (藍 - indigo) Knife : 

Indigo dyeing has been said to have antibacterial and deodorizing effects. The "Ai (藍 - indigo)" achieves both functionality and visuals by using this technology. It's a product that combines the traditional Sakai cutlery of Osaka and the indigo dyeing rooted in the history of Tokushima.

This item is made by collaboration product with craftsmen from different regions and different techniques.

Handmade in Japan (Osaka and Tokushima)

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Furoshiki are the original multi-use textile. The Japanese have been using them to wrap things since the 17th century but today they’re worn as chic scarves, carried as lightweight bags and displayed as works of art.


Wear your furoshiki

Our contemporary designs give a modern edge to the traditional furoshiki, and look stunning as a scarf. Each design is printed by hand onto premium cotton giving a soft feel and elegant drape, then the edges are carefully hand rolled and sewn. Furoshiki scarf gallery


Turn it into a bag

You can easily convert your furoshiki into a simple shoulder bag with one of our handmade straps &mdash ideal for lightweight travels, or in those unexpected moments when you need an extra bag.

How to turn your furoshiki into a bagJust thread the corners of the furoshiki through the metal buckles of the strap, pull to tighten and you're done. They don’t damage the fabric so you can easily switch between using your furoshiki as a scarf or a bag. See all our bag sets here


Hang it in the home

Turn your furoshiki into a beautiful artwork by hanging it with our display pole.

Furoshiki display pole

The wooden construction sandwiches the furoshiki into poles at the top and bottom, gently pulling the furoshiki flat and creating a simple display for the furoshiki. Learn more about the display pole


Learn how to wrap

The Japanese have perfected the art of wrapping furoshiki over 400 years. You can use one of the many traditional techniques to elegantly wrap anything from books to bottles and make any gift extra special. See our wrapping guide

Learn how to wrap furoshiki

Why multi-use matters

We’re reluctant to use the term “eco-friendly” as making any product consumes resources. But the great thing about furoshiki is that they can be used in so many ways; they spend less time in your closet, and more time in use.

That’s not going to save the planet, but it’s a better use of resources and helps you declutter your life a little bit too.


Handmade in Japan

We believe Japanese craftsmanship is second to none. That’s why all our furoshiki are hand-printed and sewn in Japan by a family-owned business with over 50 years experience in furoshiki production. See our furoshiki being made here

Hand printing furoshiki in Japan

By collaborating with international artists and designers, we aim to cross cultures and generations by creating beautiful, functional products that merge contemporary design with traditional Japanese craftsmanship. Learn more about the story behind Link



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