Special Japanese Experiences

Do you know that Japanese kitchen knives are famous?

Although it may not be well known, Japanese knives are one of the most important things to buy in Japan. Even if you are not interested in kitchen knives, if you find them attractive, you may want to get one. This website introduces MUSASHI, a Japanese kitchen knife brand available in Asakusa. Experience Japanese culture here.

Special Souvenirs at MUSASHI

¿Por qué recomendamos Cuchillos Japoneses?

Japanese-style wrapping

Tenemos cajas que se ajustan a cada cuchillo. Recomendamos esto como un regalo para alguien especial. La caja está decorada con las palabras de Musashi Miyamoto, de quien se deriva MUSASHI: "Concéntrate en una cosa", que es el origen de MUSASHI.

Special knife rolls to fit your knives

A special knife roll made of Nishijin textile from Kyoto, Japan. Various patterns are available to match Japanese knives.

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The Charm and Types of Japanese Knives

Japanese knives have evolved along with Japan's unique culture, as the word "Japanese" implies.

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If you want to find your own special knife, come to MUSASHI.

Our store is like an art gallery, where beautiful knives are displayed. Samurai armor is also exhibited in the store, allowing you to experience the traditional craftsmanship of Japan. Asakusa is an area known for its collection of traditional Japanese crafts and antique items, making it a place where you can experience Japanese culture. At our store, we also display beautiful knives and samurai armor made by Japanese craftsmen. The knives are made using traditional Japanese techniques, showcasing the skills of the craftsmen who have paid attention to every detail.

Visit the store

English-speaking staff will assist you.

MUSASHI JAPAN cuenta con personal no solo de Japón, sino de todo el mundo, para brindar un soporte detallado y rápido a todos los clientes en inglés. Estamos comprometidos a ofrecer el mejor servicio interactivo para hacer de Asakusa un lugar donde los visitantes puedan experimentar la "cultura japonesa" en su máxima expresión.

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