The beauty of the Tokyo Knife is in its simplicity and versatility. It's all you need for a picnic cheese plate.
Break into the baguette, dice those tomatoes, and slice your cheese with one knife. Save the extra space for what matters, like that second bottle of wine.
With hundreds, no thousands, of different kinds of cheeses in the world, it can be hard to keep names and places straight.
Even for those of us who dedicate our lives to a love of cheese, some extra visual inspiration can help renew and deepen our appreciation.
To Start a Movement
Japan is a land of craftsmen who commit their lives to pursuing one passion.
For many Japanese, their livelihood is making cheese - really good cheese. And I want the world to know what they're doing.