Japanese Knives

A 30-second guide to 30 years in food history: important gadgets, tools and equipment.

In the ’80s, U.S. chefs like Charlie Trotter began working with the Japanese knives wielded by sushi chefs. Now, pricey knives like Aritsugu sell briskly, as do less expensive versions like MAC (korin.com).

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