In most of the world, a 'factory-made' knife is made entirely by machines. Not so in Japan. A company like Haruyuki is made of expert crafts people, each one a master of their trade. Despite being known as 'factory-made knives', Haruyuki knives are very much crafted by human hands, each pair responsible for a different step of the process.
Haruyuki knives consist of several lines of high-quality kitchen knives that were manufactured by several highly skilled knife-making companies in Japan. The names of the lines are inspired by Shochu (Japanese vodka-like spirit), and each has unique attributes that make them great for different people.