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REPORTS: HI-CONDITION POP-UP AT TORONTO

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REPORTS: HI-CONDITION POP-UP AT TORONTO

Matt, Steven, Joey, Brian from Tosho Knife Arts and Osada san from HI-CONDITION Thank you for everyone who showed up at the pop-up with HI-CONDITION at Tosho Knife Arts on the last weekend 20 - 22nd. We were really happy to see everyone during POP-UP, here is some pictures took by Mr. Yuji Osada the president of HI-CONDITION. Tosho followers Jean drive all the way from Calgary for POP-UP. Thank you for your support! It is always nice to meet people in person and explain what craftsman think to make crafts, I believe there is a passion that you can...

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HI-CONDITION POP UP AT TOSHO KNIFE ARTS

Hokuto Aizawa HI-CONDITION shop TOSHO KNIFE ARTS

HI-CONDITION POP UP AT TOSHO KNIFE ARTS

  HI-CONDITION will have a pop-up at Tosho Knife Arts at 20 - 22nd of September. Tosho Knife Arts have been known as one of the originators for high-end Japanese knife shops in North America running a business over 10 years. Owner, Olivia Go created kitchen knife and sharpening culter which hasn't popular as much as now at 10 years ago. Her passion and creativity created a new trend in North America, also many talented people started their career by working under her.  Co-owner, Ivan Fonseca is now working as a professional sharpener/ finisher in Sakai where the Japanese kitchen knife produces....

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SHOP: CUTLERY TSUBAYA

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SHOP: CUTLERY TSUBAYA

The famous Kappabashi Dougu Street in Tokyo is world famous for restaurant supplies and food-related tools. The knife shop called Tsubaya is one of the smallest and oldest kitchen knife shops on this street. Tsubaya was a normal cutlery store when they began in 1952 until 1981 when the first owner returned from traveling the world. During his travels, he recognized how great the Japanese knife is, so he built Tsubaya as a specialized Japanese kitchen knife shop in Kappabashi. In recent years, Kappabashi street has become famous for Japanese knife shops, but at the time, Tsubaya was the only...

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