Phoenix Knife House

4837 E. Indian School Rd.
Phoenix, AZ 85018
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  • Mon-Fri 10am-6pm, Sat 11am-5pm
Serious knife enthusiasts tend to head over to Phoenix Knife House located in east Phoenix. It is a culinary store that specializes in Japanese and custom-made professional-quality cutlery and also provides sharpening and repair services. We're not talking about J.A. Henckels or Shun knives here. Phoenix Knife House sells premium Japanese brands of such high quality that you might not have even heard of them, including Sugimoto, Yoshikane, Takeda, and Mcusta Zanmai. And the selection doesn't stop at knives. Take home professional accessories including knife rolls, sharpening stones, chef jackets, utensils, books, and if you're lucky, a little bit of knowledge from the friendly staff.

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