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Japanese Style Knife Stand

We crafted our very first knife stand as a special request. Our daughter was working the sushi bar at a local restaurant, and the executive chef there wanted us to make one for him to give as a gift to the sushi team.

We posted a pic of that first stand on our Instagram page, and from there things just took off! Now we've made hundreds of them and sent them to all corners of the Earth.

Easily Customized To Your Needs

Of all our creations, this is the one we customize the most. The standard knife stand is what you see pictured above. It stands approximately 19 inches and holds four knives. But along the way we've made them taller, shorter, skinnier, wider, whatever people have needed! We even made a stand designed to hold almost 40 knives! With that flexibility and almost two dozen wood choices, we can make a stand to fit just about anyone's needs.

Available Exclusively In Our Etsy Store

Our Japanese Knife Stand makes it's home in our Etsy store. Head over there now and check it out!

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*** IMPORTANT*** Before purchase we require that you make contact with us so we can discuss your knife. We want to make sure we can work with it, discuss timing, and also address any questions you may have. Email us at sales@artandsoule.com before purchasing. Thank you.

Our immensely popular sayas are custom-made for each knife. We have been making sayas for a long time now. Our first was for our daughter - a chef who was in need of one for her new "baby." Since that first saya we have been making them for both chefs and home cooks around the world. Our sayas have gone to customers in North America, Europe, and Australia. We are able to accommodate most custom requests and knives of just about any size and shape, so feel free to share any ideas with us.

We have a proven system for making sayas where we never need to see your knife. We simply need some measurements, a couple of traces of your knife, and a couple of photos. The process is easy. It will only take you about fifteen minutes, and we're here to guide you through it.

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