My work  is heavily inspired on the style of the Japanese knives and although I don´t aim to make them the traditional way – they are my interpretation of this style.  The blades are 1095 steel, sellectivelly heat treated and assimetrically ground (for left or right hand users), covered with the color and texture developed during the heat treatment process and the handles are made of solid imbuia wood with a brass ferrule to reinforce it their point of junction with the blade. Like all my knives, these are tools meant to be used – and used hard. Using a quality tool is a pleasure and a source of inspiration to complete the task at hand so if you own one of them, don´t miss the oportunity to put it to work!

Most of the knives shown here get ready to deliver in a 30 day period (to be confirmed at the moment of the order) and although I don´t have dealers outside Brazil, my creations have been shipped to many countries (The US, Canada, Latvia, England, Thailand, Portugal, Sweden,israel,  Bolivia and Malaysia, are some examples) with no problems and I will be happy to make the necessary arrangements to get your order to you in the most safe and timely way. Just contact me at of through my mobile phone/whatsapp 00-55-15-997120993.


The Japanese version of the chef´s knife

17cm long blade: 160,00

21cm long blade: US$ 175.00

25cm long blade: US$ 190.00

29cm long blade: 205.00



Perfect for precision and delicate cuts

11cm long blade: US$ 115.00

15cm long blade: US$ 130.00



Versatility in a compact package

19cm long blade: 160.00



A very efficient vegetable cutter

19cm long blade: US$ 160.00


Yanagi Ba

The classic sashimi knife

20cm long blade: 225.00

25cm long blade: 245.00

29cm long blade: 265.00




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