The Kamikoto Knives Difference
When selecting knives for your kitchen or your collection, you want the very best. While there are many to choose from on the market,
Kamikoto Steel Process
Steel work has always been the center of Honshu Island in Japan. Over the course of 800 years, the special forging process has been passed down through the generations and continues today much as it did in the past. Rich ore is mined and heated to 1,922 degrees Fahrenheit over a special coal fire. After a 48-hour cooling period, the hardened metal is carefully shaped and sharpened before being polished and inspected and shipped to discerning customers. From beginning to end, the process requires 19 precise steps.
Kamikoto Customer Relationship
A good knife is an investment, and you want to be sure you are making the right choice. Kamikoto prides itself on having honorable relationships with all of its customers. It does not matter whether you are a professional chef or a casual collector. The company wants you to have the best experience with its products. This is why it offers omotenashi, which is the humble practice of selfless hospitality. Responding to the needs of customers in a fast and clear manner allows Kamikoto to provide the best possible customer service. When you purchase a Kamikoto knife, you know the company behind it cares about your satisfaction.
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Kamikoto strives to offer the very best blades and customer service in the industry while continuing to uphold the 800 years of tradition behind every knife made. When you purchase a Kamikoto, you also become a member of the family, highly honored and treated with the utmost of respect. This the real value of any product, and it is the value you will receive with Kamikoto.