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Tojiro Pro Kiri Wood Japanese Cutting Board

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Tojiro’s cutting boards are manufactured in Niigata, Japan using specially-selected, traditional, Kiri (Paulownia) wood.

They’re lightweight, fine-grained, warp-resistant and quick-drying, and won’t dull or damage the fine edges of Japanese knife blades.

Paulownia wood is also known for its antibacterial properties.

About Tojiro

For over one thousand years, Japanese sword and knife makers have been renowned for crafting the world’s sharpest, hardest and most refined blades. Tojiro, one of Japan’s top knife makers, still follows ancient techniques handed down by generations of master smiths to handcraft knives for the 21st century.

All Tojiro knives are painstakingly made at their Niigata, Japan factory. Tojiro knives are the #1 selling brand for professional in Japan.

Heston Blumenthal 

Owner of the three Michelin stars restaurant The Fat Duck, voted No. 1 in The World's 50 Best Restaurants in 2005.

"I use Tojiro for their precision, quality and design."

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    08/18/2019
    I recommend this product

    Tojiro Pro Kiri Wood Japanese Cutting Board

    Product delivered in a timely manner of good quality. would order again

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    Lesley C.
    Australia
    07/02/2019

    This is a really nice size cutting board

    This is a really nice size cutting board. I live in a small apartment and my old board was to big and cumbersome making it difficult to clean. This cutting board fits in the sink and is very nice size to clean. I like that it has a hole cut and includes a string so it can easy be hung on the wall to save space in the kitchin. I'd also like to point out that It's very well made and attractive. All in all this is a great cutting board at a very reasonable price. Highly recommend if you are like me and live in a smaller space.

    AE
    Anthony Edwards