40% OFF! Togiharu Handcrafted Japanese Petty Knife

40% OFF! Togiharu Handcrafted Japanese Petty Knife

  • Price $84.99

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Handcrafted in Japan, our chef-approved petty knife meticulously masters the most intricate hand-prep tasks–think hulling fruit, supreming citrus or seeding peppers. Our Culinary team worked closely with Togiharu, a world-class purveyor of Japanese steel and a favorite of Blue Apron co-founder Matt Wadiak, to design a more petite version of our popular chef’s knife. Boasting a super sharp stainless steel blade and edge retention, it’s the knife you’ll enlist to handle the most delicate of tasks.

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  • 5.8” petty knife
  • 50:50, V-shaped blade, suitable for left- and right-handed users
  • Steel Type: VG10 Clad Sanmai Awase Style
  • Handle material: eco-friendly composite wood
  • Handcrafted in Japan
  • Produced by Togiharu for Blue Apron
  • Wipe dry after washing to help prevent rusting
  • Stain-resistant
  • This knife is all purpose, but not meant for heavy duty use like butchering or boning
  • Your credit card will be charged at time of purchase.
  • Shipping is only available to the 48 contiguous United States and not available to PO Box addresses.
  • Standard shipping takes 5-7 business days from ship date.
We accept returns (non-consumable products only), and will provide a full refund for the price of the item. Items must be shipped back within 30 days of receipt in their original packaging and condition. To make a return, please email market@blueapron.com and we will provide you with the return address as well as any shipping instructions that may apply. Consumable products are non-returnable but are protected by our Freshness Guarantee

The Story Behind Togiharu for Blue Apron


Blue Apron Co-Founder and Chef Matthew Wadiak is a long-time fan of Korin, a tiny storefront in Manhattan that’s home to the most extensive collection of Japanese chef’s knives in the world (including Japan). In addition to the array of imported knives, Korin produces its own collection, Togiharu, named for the master Japanese craftsman who mentored Korin’s founder. The line is handmade in Japan using traditional techniques perfected over centuries. Our culinary team worked closely with the makers of Togiharu to create knives for the home cook with the same elegance and performance of those found in the hands of professional chefs. The final creation is a pleasure to use and designed to be a part of your kitchen arsenal for decades.