Absolutely London and Japana have teamed up to giveaway a Sakai Kyuba x Japana kitchen knife set, worth £650


The Sakai Kyuba x Japana kitchen knife set, worth £650, is designed for home cooks to intensify pleasure from cooking. It includes three knives, each perfectly balanced and weighted for optimal form and long lasting performance.  With these three high-quality knives – the Gyuto (chef’s knife), Nakiri (veggie knife) and Petty (paring knife) – you will be able to perform any cutting task in the kitchen. The blades are set in beautiful premium-cut maple wood available in green, blue and brown.

Japana Kitchen Knives - Sakai KyubaThis Sakai Kyuba set has been designed, forged and rigorously tested to serve your family for generations. It is made from the highest quality V10 46-layer Damascus hammered stainless steel – sturdier and sharper than anything you have experienced before.

Although inspired by 1,000 years of tradition, each of the Sakai Kyuba blades is absolutely unique. Every single one has been meticulously handmade and perfected in Japan by Sakai’s master blacksmith. Given that the knives are hand-crafted, no two handle patterns are the same, guaranteeing you a unique piece of craftsmanship. The set comes in a natural-coloured pinewood box for safe storage and keeping, and is backed by a lifetime guarantee.

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To be in with a chance of winning a Sakai Kyuba x Japana kitchen knife set, complete the form below.

Terms and Conditions
  • The winner must be 18 and older and live in the UK.
  • There will be no cash or other alternative to the prize offered and prizes are not transferable.
  • Competition closes 7th November 2020 at 23:59. Entries after this date will not be counted.
  • The winner will be picked at random and notified by email within 7 days of closing.
  • Should the first winner not respond within 3 days, we reserve the right to pick a second winner.
  • Prize cannot be exchanged for anything else and is not in conjunction with any other offer.

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